Bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) are unique systems capable of converting the chemical energy of organic waste, such as low-strength wastewaters and lignocellulosic biomass, into electricity, hydrogen/chemical products, or other products formed at the cathode by an electrochemical reduction process in microbial fuel cells (MFCs) or microbial electrolysis cells (MECs), respectively. In comparison to traditional fuel cells, BESs function at lower temperatures, use a wider range of organic substrates, and don't rely on expensive precious metal catalysts. Bioelectrochemical systems (BESs) are rapidly gaining popularity, with a wide range of applications.
The decomposition of organic matter in algal biomass for the production of biofuels such as liquid, gaseous, and solid fuels is referred to as thermochemical conversion. Thermochemical conversion is an efficient way to turn biomass into biofuels. It is divided into two categories: dry (nonaqueous) and hydrothermal procedures. Combustion, gasification, and pyrolysis are the three basic processes for thermochemical conversion of biomass. Despite their importance in catalysis, thermochemical conversion mechanisms have remained largely unexplored until recently.
Title : The opportunities of biofuels in times of E-Fuel and hydrogen "hopium"
Hans Henning Judek, J E Access, Japan
Title : Effects of iron-activated waste hay-derived biochar on anaerobic digestion treating cow manure
Eunsung Kan, Texas A&M University, United States
Title : The management of slag and lead with slag in port-piri furnace
Ahmet Haxhiaj, University of Mitrovica, Republic of Kosovo
Title : Hybrid decision-making for prioritizing biofuel supply chain challenges in Norway based on AHP and DEMATEL approaches
Zahir Barahmand, University of South-Eastern, Norway
Title : Effect of temperature and loading rate on biogas production via a co-digestion of sugar wastewater and food waste
Zikhona Tshemese, Durban University of Technology, South Africa
Title : Estimation of methane generation from Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) of gujranwala city (Pakistan)
Chaudhry Haider Ali, University of Engineering & Technology, Pakistan