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Cellulosic Films Obtained from the Treatment of Sugarcane Bagasse Fibers with N-methylmorpholine-N-oxide (NMMO)
(HUMANA PRESS INC, 2009)
Ethanol/water organosolv pulping was used to obtain sugarcane bagasse pulp that was bleached with sodium chlorite. This bleached pulp was used to obtain cellulosic films that were further evaluated by Fourier transform ...
Hydrothermal treatments applied to agro- and forest-industrial waste to produce high added-value compounds
(North Carolina State University. Department of Wood and Paper Science, 2017-01)
Agro- and forest-industrial wastes are abundant and low cost sources of carbohydrates and phenolic compounds, which can be converted into biofuels, biomaterials, and high added-value compounds by different pathways in small ...
Textile fiber produced from sugarcane bagasse cellulose: an agro-industrial residue
(Transstellar Journal Publications and Research Consultancy Private LtdChennai, 2013-06)
Sugarcane bagasse with and without acid hydrolysis was used for extraction of cellulose. The bagasse pulps without or with hydrolysis, and commercial mixtures of these materials in different proportions were used for the ...
Self-compacting mortar with sugarcane bagasse ash: development of a sustainable alternative for Brazilian civil construction
The technically controlled use of industrial residues in replacement of natural resources for the production of new products with comparable quality presents a great economic and sustainable contribution. In this sense, ...
Sugarcane energy use: The Cuban case
(Elsevier Sci LtdOxfordInglaterra, 2008)
Stagnant effective thermal conductivity of agro-industrial residues for solid-state fermentation
The stagnant effective thermal conductivities (K0) of sugar cane bagasse (SCB), wheat bran (WB), orange pulp and peel (OPP) and their combination (weight proportion 1:2:2 SCB/OPP/WB) were obtained using the line heat source ...
Hygroscopic properties of solid agro-industrial by-products used in solid-state fermentation
(Elsevier B.V., 2015-02-01)
One of the main drawbacks in operating solid-state fermentation (SSF) bioreactors is the reduction in moisture content (MC) of the solid phase due to microbiological and physicochemical issues. Therefore, heat and mass ...