Biohydrogen

This book provides in-depth information on basic and applied aspects of biohydrogen production. It begins with an introduction to the topic, and follows with the basic scientific aspects of biohydrogen production, such as the enzyme involved in biohydrogen production, the microorganisms and metabolic engineering information. It then provides state-of-art information on various aspects of biohydrogen production methods such as from solid wastes, from industrial effluents, thermo-chemical route for biohydrogen production, etc. It also includes information on engineering aspects such as the design of bioreactors for biohydrogen production and scale-up issues. Finally, it touches on the issues of hydrogen economy and commercialization. The book introduces you to all aspects of biohydrogen research, helping you understand the various issues involved and plan your own research based on recent findings and commercial needs. Provides information on the most advanced and innovative biohydrogen technologies, including fermentation and metabolic processes Provides examples on large-scale and commercial applications of biohydrogen processes and explains the steps necessary for scaling-up Explains the chemistry/theory of the processes involved and provides information on integration of the various processes and technologies on biohydrogen Guides through the process design, reactors and materials selection Devotes a whole chapter on the economical aspects of the processes and their commercialization

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  • Author : Ashok Pandey
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Pages : 588 pages
  • ISBN : 0444595481
  • Rating : 4/5 from 21 reviews
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Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : Ashok Pandey,Jo-Shu Chang,Patrick C Hallenbeck,Christian Larroche
  • Publisher : Newnes
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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This book provides in-depth information on basic and applied aspects of biohydrogen production. It begins with an introduction to the topic, and follows with the basic scientific aspects of biohydrogen production, such as the enzyme involved in biohydrogen production, the microorganisms and metabolic engineering information. It then provides state-of-art information on various aspects of biohydrogen production methods such as from solid wastes, from industrial effluents, thermo-chemical route for biohydrogen production, etc. It also includes information on engineering aspects such as

Biohydrogen III

Biohydrogen III
  • Author : Matthias Rogner,Yasuo Igarashi,Yasuo Asada
  • Publisher : Elsevier
  • Release : 19 February 2004
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Hydrogen is an almost ideal fuel and its wider use will result in an improvement in the environment due to factors including decreased air pollution. Hydrogen is the element of greatest abundance in the universe; however, its production from renewable resources remains a major challenge. The papers presented within this volume enhance and expand upon presentations made at the "Workshop on Biohydrogen 2002". Biohydrogen III evaluates the current status of Biohydrogen research worldwide and consider future research directions. Important research on

Biohydrogen Production: Sustainability of Current Technology and Future Perspective

Biohydrogen Production: Sustainability of Current Technology and Future Perspective
  • Author : Anoop Singh,Dheeraj Rathore
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 22 August 2016
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Increase in green, renewable and sustainable energy demand due to higher environmental impacts (e.g. Greenhouse gases emissions, climate change, etc.) on consumption of fossil fuel resource put down an extra pressure on government, researchers and industrialists. Among several available biofuel options, biohydrogen is considered as one of the best environmentally clean fuel and a strong candidate to fulfil the future demand of sustainable energy resource. Although, biohydrogen production technology and its use as a fuel is still in infancy

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : Ayhan Demirbas
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 30 June 2009
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Biohydrogen: For Future Engine Fuel Demands covers the production, purification, storage, pipeline transport, usage, and safety of biohydrogen. Hydrogen promises to be the most significant fuel source of the future, due to its global availability and the fact that water is its only by-product. Biofuels such as bioethanol, biodiesel, bio-oil, and biohydrogen are produced using technologies for thermochemically and biologically converting biomass. Hydrogen fuel production technologies can make use of either non-renewable sources, or renewable sources such as wind, solar,

BioHydrogen

BioHydrogen
  • Author : Oskar R. Zaborsky
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 26 April 2013
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The world needs clean and renewable energy and hydrogen represents an almost ideal resource. Hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant molecule in the universe, yet one that is a challenge to produce from renewable resources. Biohydrogen, or hydrogen produced from renewable resources such as water or organic wastes by biological means, is a goal worthy of increased global attention and resources. The purpose of BioHydrogen '97 was to bring together leaders in the biological p- duction of hydrogen from

Biohydrogen Production

Biohydrogen Production
  • Author : Debabrata Das,Namita Khanna,Chitralekha Nag Dasgupta
  • Publisher : CRC Press
  • Release : 21 February 2014
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Biohydrogen Production: Fundamentals and Technology Advances covers the fundamentals of biohydrogen production technology, including microbiology, biochemistry, feedstock requirements, and molecular biology of the biological hydrogen production processes. It also gives insight into scale-up problems and limitations. In addition, the book discusses mathematical modeling of the various processes involved in biohydrogen production and the software required to model the processes. The book summarizes research advances that have been made in this field and discusses bottlenecks of the various processes, which presently

Waste to Renewable Biohydrogen

Waste to Renewable Biohydrogen
  • Author : Quanguo Zhang,Chao He,Jingzheng Ren,Michael Evan Goodsite
  • Publisher : Academic Press
  • Release : 30 April 2021
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Waste to Renewable Biohydrogen: Volume 1: Advances in Theory and Experiments provides a comprehensive overview of the advances, processes and technologies for waste treatment to hydrogen production. It introduces and compares the most widely adopted and most promising technologies, such as dark fermentation, thermochemical and photosynthetic processes. In this part, potential estimation, feasibility analysis, feedstock pretreatment, advanced waste-to-biohydrogen processes and each individual systems element are examined. The book delves into the theoretical and experimental studies for the design and optimization of

BioHydrogen

BioHydrogen
  • Author : Oskar R. Zaborsky
  • Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media
  • Release : 31 January 1999
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The world needs clean and renewable energy and hydrogen represents an almost ideal resource. Hydrogen is the simplest and most abundant molecule in the universe, yet one that is a challenge to produce from renewable resources. Biohydrogen, or hydrogen produced from renewable resources such as water or organic wastes by biological means, is a goal worthy of increased global attention and resources. The purpose of BioHydrogen '97 was to bring together leaders in the biological p- duction of hydrogen from

Biohydrogen Production from Organic Wastes

Biohydrogen Production from Organic Wastes
  • Author : Jianlong Wang,Yanan Yin
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 27 May 2017
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This book comprehensively introduces fundamentals and applications of fermentative hydrogen production from organic wastes, consisting of eight chapters, covering the microbiology, biochemistry and enzymology of hydrogen production, the enrichment of hydrogen-producing microorganisms, the pretreatment of various organic wastes for hydrogen production, the influence of different physicochemical factors on hydrogen production, the kinetic models and simulation of biological process of fermentative hydrogen production, the optimization of biological hydrogen production process and the fermentative hydrogen production from sewage sludge. The book summarizes

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : Biswarup Sen,Chen-Yeon Chu,Chiu-Yue Lin
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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Extensive researches in the past have shown substantial improvement and development in both the yield and the volumetric production rates of biohydrogen. Yet, for commercial-scale applications that are cost-effective, biohydrogen yields and production rates must outdo significantly the existing accomplishments. Until now, there have been no reports of a commercial-scale biohydrogen production system in the world. This chapter deals with technoeconomic evaluation, fundaments of scale-up, and pilot-scale studies to help in the setup of a commercial-scale system. The scale-up process

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : G. Balachandar,Namita Khanna,Debabrata Das
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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Hydrogen can be produced sustainably by dark, anaerobic bacterial growth on carbohydrate-rich substrates. This chapter discuses microbiology, biochemistry, molecular biology, and the various other aspects related to dark hydrogen production. Pure cultures, known to produce hydrogen from carbohydrates, include species of Enterobacter and Clostridium. However, for efficient degradation of complex substrates, mixed cultures easily obtainable from natural sources and able to proliferate on nonsterile feedstock are required. Compared to pure substrates, complex substrates, especially different kinds of waste, may offer

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : Ganesh D. Saratale,Rijuta G. Saratale,Jo-Shu Chang
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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The world’s energy markets rely heavily on fossil fuels (such as coal, petroleum, and natural gases). However, due to increasing energy demands, depleting reserves of fossil fuels, and increasing negative effects on the environment (e.g., global warming and climate changes), as well as growing political instability in oil-producing nations, the world is facing a major energy threat that needs to be solved by virtue of alternative energy sources utilizing renewable resources. The only natural, renewable carbon resource known

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : S. Venkata Mohan,K. Chandrasekhar,P. Chiranjeevi,P. Suresh Babu
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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Biohydrogen (H2) production from renewable wastewater signifies a sustainable alternative to a fossil fuel-based economy. H2 is deemed to be the futuristic energy carrier with a high-energy yield. This chapter specifically addresses H2 production through wastewater remediation. A comprehensive emphasis is made on the fermentative routes, namely, light-driven and light-independent processes, encompassing wastewater and mixed culture application as a focal point. Important process parameters that have critical roles on process efficiency are elaborated. Some of the persistent limitations encountered during

Biohydrogen

Biohydrogen
  • Author : Kuan-Yeow Show,Duu-Jong Lee
  • Publisher : Elsevier Inc. Chapters
  • Release : 11 June 2013
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In combating global warming and other environmental issues over the use of fossil fuels, extensive research has been focusing on developing hydrogen production from biological processes. Biohydrogen is considered a promising future biofuel because of its intrinsic clean and high-energy content properties and the way it is produced. In addition to being produced through environmentally friendly biological means, its conversion to energy yields only pure water, which is an ideal energy carrier in reducing greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel