496 Reaction Engineering for Biomass Conversion

Wednesday, November 16, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Franciscan B (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
Description:
Crop residues, forest residues, woody biomass, and plant-based industrial processing woody biomass wastes provide a broad renewable feedstock base for developing energy efficient and environmentally sustainable processes for producing a wide range of chemicals, fuels, and bio-based materials. This session provides a forum for the application of Reaction Engineering in the biomass conversion area. Attempt will be made to publish a special issue on a journal for selected papers presented in this session along with other related sessions.

Sponsor:
Catalysis and Reaction Engineering Division
Co-Sponsor(s):
Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass (T4A), Alternative Energy & Enabling Technologies (T4E)

Chair:
Fernando Resende
Email: fresende@uw.edu

Co-Chair:
Keith W. Hutchenson
Email: Keith.W.Hutchenson@usa.dupont.com

- indicates paper has an Extended Abstract file available on the online proceeding.


8:50 AM

9:10 AM
(496c) Lignin Depolymerization into Aromatic Monomers over Acidic Mesoporous Silicates
Kakasaheb Nandiwale, Andrew Danby, Anand Ramanathan, Raghunath V. Chaudhari and Bala Subramaniam

9:30 AM
(496d) Characteristics and Activity of Steamed Zeolites for Butanol Upgrading to Higher Olefins
Mond Guo, Michel Gray, Vijayakumar Murugesan and Karthikeyan K. Ramasamy

9:50 AM
(496e) Tandem Catalysis in a New, Solid-Phase Route to Renewable Aromatic Chemicals from Biobased Furanics
Homer Genuino, Shanmugam Thiyagarajan, Jan van der Waal, Ed de Jong, Jacco van Haveren, Dan van Es, Bert Weckhuysen and Pieter Bruijnincx

10:10 AM
(17j) Can We Use Short Rotation Hybrid Poplar Coppice for Fuels and Chemicals Production Via Biochemical and Thermochemical Conversion?
Chang Dou, Devin Chandler, Jessica Djaja, Lydia Sim, Chester Pham, Fernando Resende and Renata Bura
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