Developments in cereal-based biorefineries

A. A. Koutinas, C. Du, C. S K Lin, C. Webb

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Abstract

Restructuring conventional cereal-based processes is essential in order to create viable biorefineries for the production of fuels, chemicals and materials. Advanced biorefinery schemes should exploit the full potential of cereal grains by exploiting every component and residue to produce a wide spectrum of commodity and speciality products. This chapter presents generic biorefinery approaches that utilize the wheat grain for the production of bioethanol, polyhydroxybutyrate, succinic acid and various added-value products (e.g., arabinoxylans). Cereal-based food by-product or waste streams generated from primary processing of cereals, households, restaurants and catering services could be used for the development of second-generation biorefineries.

LanguageEnglish
Title of host publicationAdvances in Biorefineries
Subtitle of host publicationBiomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation
EditorsK. W. Waldron
PublisherElsevier Ireland Ltd
Pages303-334
Number of pages32
ISBN (Print)9780857095213
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2014
Externally publishedYes

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NameWoodhead publishing series in energy

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Koutinas, A. A., Du, C., Lin, C. S. K., & Webb, C. (2014). Developments in cereal-based biorefineries. In K. W. Waldron (Ed.), Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation (pp. 303-334). (Woodhead publishing series in energy). Elsevier Ireland Ltd. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.303
Koutinas, A. A. ; Du, C. ; Lin, C. S K ; Webb, C. / Developments in cereal-based biorefineries. Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. editor / K. W. Waldron. Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2014. pp. 303-334 (Woodhead publishing series in energy).
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Koutinas, AA, Du, C, Lin, CSK & Webb, C 2014, Developments in cereal-based biorefineries. in KW Waldron (ed.), Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Woodhead publishing series in energy, Elsevier Ireland Ltd, pp. 303-334. https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.303

Developments in cereal-based biorefineries. / Koutinas, A. A.; Du, C.; Lin, C. S K; Webb, C.

Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. ed. / K. W. Waldron. Elsevier Ireland Ltd, 2014. p. 303-334 (Woodhead publishing series in energy).

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Koutinas AA, Du C, Lin CSK, Webb C. Developments in cereal-based biorefineries. In Waldron KW, editor, Advances in Biorefineries: Biomass and Waste Supply Chain Exploitation. Elsevier Ireland Ltd. 2014. p. 303-334. (Woodhead publishing series in energy). https://doi.org/10.1533/9780857097385.1.303