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Biorefinery in W ageningen. 2013, Marieke Bruins (BCH) Ton van Boxtel (BRD) Michel Eppink (BPE) David Strik (ETE). 2 new biobased minors. Course schedule Biorefinery 2013. Biorefinery. Practical. BCH-50306 . Products. Raw materials. Processes. Calculations. NYLON. seed.

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biorefinery in w ageningen
Biorefinery in Wageningen

2013, Marieke Bruins (BCH)

Ton van Boxtel (BRD)

Michel Eppink (BPE)

David Strik (ETE)

biorefinery
Biorefinery

Practical

BCH-50306

Products

Raw materials

Processes

Calculations

NYLON

seed

(Mechanical)

Preprocessing

Conversion

Separation

leaf

Biodiesel

tuber

Bioelectricity

Components

biorefinery1
BioRefinery
  • Biorefining: Sustainable processing of biomass into a spectrum of bio-based products (food, feed, chemicals, materials) and bioenergy (biofuels, power and/or heat).
problems with industrialisation
Problems with industrialisation
  • Serious problem.
  • Government and industry tried to put an end to the water pollution, technology was insufficient to be economically feasible.
  • 1900-1950: “Water pollution is part of industrialisation and a price that people pay for prosperity”

A nauseating stench rose from the canals. The watercourses were littered with dead fish floating on their backs, because the water was so filthy that it had become useless for animals and humans alike, even the pumps produce nothing but spoilt liquid

Quote from: Anthony Winkler Prins (1872)

solanic
Solanic

Previous attempts were not successful

New driver for innovation

  • After World War II environmental awareness increased.
    • New laws: 1969: “de vervuilerbetaald”
    • Financial aid for research and reorganisation
  • Now: Separation of proteins at an industrial scale for biorefinery.
biobased economy chains
Biobased Economy Chains

HTU: Hydro Thermal Upgrading

practical
Practical
  • Computer Practical
  • Algae biorefinery
  • Microbial Fuel Cell
  • Biorefinery of plant seeds