Severity factor kinetic model as a strategic parameter of hydrothermal processing (steam explosion and liquid hot water) for biomass fractionation under biorefinery concept

Héctor A. Ruiz, Mats Galbe, Gil Garrote, Diana M. Ramirez-Gutierrez, Eduardo Ximenes, Shao Ni Sun, Daniel Lachos-Perez, Rosa M. Rodríguez-Jasso, Run Cang Sun, Bin Yang, Michael R. Ladisch

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Hydrothermal processes are an attractive clean technology and cost-effective engineering platform for biorefineries based in the conversion of biomass to biofuels and high-value bioproducts under the basis of sustainability and circular bioeconomy. The deep and detailed knowledge of the structural changes by the severity of biomasses hydrothermal fractionation is scientifically and technological needed in order to improve processes effectiveness, reactors designs, and industrial application of the multi-scale target compounds obtained by steam explosion and liquid hot water systems. The concept of the severity factor [log10 (Ro)] established>30 years ago, continues to be a useful index that can provide a simple descriptor of the relationship between the operational conditions for biomass fractionation in second generation of biorefineries. This review develops a deep explanation of the hydrothermal severity factor based in lignocellulosic biomass fractionation with emphasis in research advances, pretreatment operations and the applications of severity factor kinetic model.

Originalspråkengelska
Artikelnummer125961
TidskriftBioresource Technology
Volym342
DOI
StatusPublished - 2021 dec.

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