636 Design of Integrated Biorefineries II

Thursday, November 17, 2016: 8:30 AM - 11:00 AM
Carmel I (Hotel Nikko San Francisco)
This session emphasizes recent advancements in Integrated Biorefinery design for production of valued added chemicals, materials, fuels and more. In particular contributions are encouraged in the following aspects of integrated biorefinery research from process concept development to flowsheet synthesis and design as well as strategies for biorefinery operation and optimization. In particular, scholarly discussions on novel integrated biorefinery concepts, techno-economic analysis, multi-criteria sustainability analysis, uncertainty and sensitivity analysis, economic risks of integrated biorefineries against market price fluctations as well as impact of low oil era on the competitiveness of integrated biorefineries.

Systems and Process Design
Sustainable Biorefineries (23B), Biorefinery Technologies for Forest Based Lignocellulosic Biomass (T4A)

Gürkan Sin
Email: gsi@kt.dtu.dk

Tom Xu
Email: Tom.Xu@dupont.com

8:30 AM
(636a) On the Systematic Integration of Different Generation Biorefineries
Aikaterini D. Mountraki, Ana M. López Contreras, Bouchra Benjelloun Mlayah and Antonis C. Kokossis

8:52 AM
(636b) Use of Multi-Objective Optimization for Selecting Optimally Integrated Biorefinery Processes
Ayse Dilan Celebi, Adriano Ensinas, Shivom Sharma and François Maréchal

9:14 AM
(636c) Process Models to Assess the Co-Processing of Gasoil and Bio-Based Feedstocks in Hydroprocessing Unit Operations
Asad H. Sahir, Michael Talmadge, Mary Biddy, Mark Bearden, Steven Phillips and Susanne B. Jones

9:36 AM

9:58 AM
(636e) Design and Economic Analysis of a Macroalgae-to-Butanol Process Via a Thermochemical Route
Chinedu Okoli, Thomas A. Adams II, J. Jay Liu and Boris Brigljevic

10:20 AM
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