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Renewable systems engineering for waste valorisation ΙΙ

Deliverables

Systems library for (i) glycerol biorefinery, (ii) food industry waste biorefinery, (iii) pulp and paper biorefinery and (iv) oleochemical biorefinery including transformation paths, models and case studies

Collection of information in various forms (data, models, case studies) for biorefinery based on (i) glycerol sources (ii) food industry effluents (iii) pulp and paper effluents and (iv) oleochemical transformation paths identified by experiments in ARKEMA.

Systems library for MSW, food waste and WWT for thermo- and biochemical treatment, including models and case studies

Collection of information in various forms (data, models, case studies) for MSW thermochemical treatment of biomass waste, biochemical treatment of household waste to various types of chemicals and integrating WWT plants and microalgae cultivation.

Web-based tool for generation and multiobjective optimisation of superstructures linking products, production paths, feedstocks and spatial resources and infrastructures

Web-based tool for generation and optimisation of superstructures of feedstocks, production paths and products and spatial resources and infrastructures based on user-defined criteria

Systems library for lignocellulosic biorefinery using agricultural and forestry waste, including transformation paths, models and case studies

Collection of information in various forms (data, models, case studies) for biorefinery with lignocellulosic agricultural and forestry waste as feedstock.

Data management plan

Data management plant (i.e., special focus on linking with Open Research Data Pilot)

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Publications

Waste Streams Property Characterisation in Biorefinery Systems Engineering Using an Ontology Approach

Author(s): Olivia A. Perederic*, Franjo Ceceljab, John M. Woodley, Georgios M. Kontogeorgis, Antonis Kokossis
Published in: Journal of Functional Materials and Chemical Engineering, Issue Vol. 1, No. 1, December 2019, 2019, Page(s) 189-194, ISSN 2707-0530