748 Separation Processes in Biorefineries

Thursday, November 17, 2016: 3:15 PM - 5:45 PM
Lombard (Hilton San Francisco Union Square)
This session will focus on separation processes in biorefineries. Included are separation of hydrolyzates, particulates, fermentation products, solid-liquid separations, molecular separation processes and the like. Separation processes are key to the economic viability of biorefineries in the future.

Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass
Sustainable Biorefineries (23B), Forest and Plant Bioproducts Division (17)

Bandaru V. Ramarao
Email: bvramara@syr.edu

Shri Ramaswamy
Email: shri@umn.edu

3:15 PM

3:35 PM
(748b) Cell Lysis and Lipid Recovery from Oleaginous Yeast
Jacob S. Kruger, Nicholas Cleveland, Tao Dong, Mary Biddy and Gregg T. Beckham

4:15 PM
(748d) Lignin-Derived Products from Biocrude As Building Block Chemicals
Ofei D. Mante, David Dayton and Mustapha Soukri

4:35 PM
(748e) Continuous Butanol Extraction Using Supercritical Carbon Dioxide
Michael T. Timko, Kristala L. Jones Prather and Janelle Thompson

4:55 PM
(748f) Development of an Integrated Aquaculture System for Clean Water and Animal Feed Production
Tanner Barnharst, Aravindan Rajendran, Cristiano Reis, Yanmei Zhang, Jing Gan, Yuchuan Wang, Yu Cao, Bo Hu and Xin Zhang
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