Design and Analysis
«<p>"<i>Biorefineries: Design and Analysis</i> presents current state-of the-art of the biorefineries design and analyses for in depth understanding of biofuels and biomaterials; explores conceptual design of processes; presents concepts discussed with strong engineering approach, including design strategies and techno-economic analyses; includes bio-based materials, natural products and food products in the biorefinery concept; and presents a structured method to calculate indices of performance of biorefineries.<br />Critique: A seminal work of a groundbreaking technology, <i>Biorefineries: Design and Analysis</i> is impressively well organized and presented, making it an ideal and unreservedly recommended addition to professional, corporate, governmental, college, and university library Chemical Engineering collections in general, and Biorefinery supplemental studies lists in particular."<br />— <em>Midwest Book Review, December 2018 Issue</em></p>»
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Presents current state-of the-art of the biorefineries design and analyses for in depth understanding of biofuels and biomaterials
Explores conceptual design of processes
Concepts discussed with strong engineering approach, including design strategies and techno-economic analyses
Includes bio-based materials, natural products and food products in the biorefinery concept
Presentation of structured method to calculate indices of performance of biorefineries
Forlag: CRC Press
Format: 23 x 16 cm
Jonathan Moncada Botero received a Chemical Engineer and M.Sc. (Laureate distinction) degrees from Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales in 2010 and 2012, respectively. Since 2014, he has worked as a junior researcher and at the same time, he has developed his Ph.D. in sustainability assessment of biorefinery systems at Utrecht University (The Netherlands), Copernicus Institute for Sustainable Development. M.Sc. Moncada has scientific expertise in topics such as, techno-economic analysis, sustainability assessments, biorefineries, process modelling and simulation, Aspen Plus and life cycle assessment (LCA). In particular, he has worked on different research projects concerning the modeling, techno-economic and environmental assessment of processes and biorefineries. He has authored and co-authored over 25 research papers as well as 4 book chapters. Additionally, he has presented over 30 works at scientific events.
Valentina Aristizábal-Marulanda received Chemical Engineer and M.Sc. degrees from Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales in 2013 and 2015, respectively. Aristizábal's research focuses on processes engineering, process modelling and simulation, design and analysis of biorefinery configurations considering technical, economic, environmental and social aspects. She has worked in the production of jet fuel through furfural platform and in the development of projects related to the valorization of residues. She has authored and co-authored over 6 research papers as well as 5 book chapters. She has given over 33 works in scientific events. M.Sc. Aristizábal has done internships at University of Salamanca (Spain) and University of Minho. Currently, she is Doctoral candidate in Engineering - Chemical Engineering at Universidad Nacional de Colombia sede Manizales and she was qualified as Junior Researcher in 2017 by the Departamento Administrativo de Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación (Colciencias) in Colombia.