sunflower-based feedstocks in nonfood applications

Sunflower

Sunflower-based Feedstocks in Nonfood Applications: Perspectives from Olefin Metathesis Moreover the high oleic sunflower varieties make the oil attractive for applications requiring high temperature processes and those targeting the C=C double bond functionality Herein an overview of the recent developments in olefin metathesis of

Plant oils as feedstock alternatives to petroleum

Jun 01 2009It should be noted that the total amount of plant oils produced annually equals to less than four percentage of the petroleum used for energy and about one-third of the amount used as feedstocks (Fig 1 Fig 2) Hence replacing the petroleum that is used for energy applications will have to be solved by other alternatives while plant oils can make a substantial impact in substituting

Perspectives on non

Biotechnology and non-food applications - Modern biotechnologies: in SSA predominantly used for primary production (green biotech) addressing food security also for human animal health (red biotech) - Industrial (white) biotechnology: a the manufacture of biochemicals bioplastics biofuels from

Resins and additives for powder coatings and alkyd paints

same time prices of renewable feedstocks have dropped continuously over the last few decades as a result of increased yields of biomass per acre 1 Conse-quently there is in all respects a growing opportunity to price effectively use of renewable feedstocks in nonfood products such

Sunflower

The possibilities in nonfood applications present a promising future to sunflower-based feedstocks in the global world market Finally concerted research efforts and ongoing discussions between researchers industry leaders and policy makers are critical in making the commercialization of seed oil feedstocks a reality

Project : USDA ARS

The demand for agricultural feedstocks is growing as global demand for food is ever increasing and efforts mount to create alternatives to petroleum products that feed global warming This plan highlights the use of nonfood fibers and crop waste to create new bioproducts and help improve the efficiency in utilizing agricultural commodities

Plant oils as feedstock alternatives to petroleum

Jun 01 2009About 15% of this production is already today used as industrial feedstocks The markets in which plant oils find its usage include a range of product applications such as surfactants soap detergents lubricants solvents paints chemical feedstocks and cosmetics More information on application areas for plant oils can be found in Refs

Human Metabolome Database: Showing metabocard for (E)

Marvey BB: Sunflower-based feedstocks in nonfood applications: Perspectives from olefin metathesis Int J Mol Sci 2008 Aug 9(8):1393-406 doi: 10 3390/ijms9081393 Epub 2008 Aug 13 [PubMed:19325810 ] Elisia I Kitts DD: Quantification of hexanal as an index of lipid oxidation in human milk and association with antioxidant components

Palm Oil For Non

Oct 13 2015Introduction of palm oil for non food application Palm oil products particularly palm kernel oil have become major feedstocks for the oleochemical industry The basic oleochemical products are fatty acids esters alcohols nitrogen compounds and glycerol Oleochemical products are in turn used in the production of other products such as

Human Metabolome Database: Showing metabocard for (E)

Marvey BB: Sunflower-based feedstocks in nonfood applications: Perspectives from olefin metathesis Int J Mol Sci 2008 Aug 9(8):1393-406 doi: 10 3390/ijms9081393 Epub 2008 Aug 13 [PubMed:19325810 ] Elisia I Kitts DD: Quantification of hexanal as an index of lipid oxidation in human milk and association with antioxidant components

Mercurius Australia

Mercurius Australia was formed in 2012 and was established to produce profitable drop-in fuel (Diesel and Jet Fuel) and renewable chemicals from nonfood biomass feedstocks in Australia Through a process of novel applications of existing technology Mercurius is developing a non-fermentation non-alcohol based "faster ~cheaper~ better

Seven new biobased surfactant technologies

New technologies are making it easier than ever to make such products from nonfood feedstocks Technically everything that can be made from petroleum-based feedstocks can now be made from biomaterials with the dream of going bio being limited only by nontechnical factors such as price reliability of supply and labeling

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Sunflower-based Feedstocks in Nonfood Applications: Perspectives from Olefin Metathesis ChemInform Abstract: Catalytic Conversion of Nonfood Woody Biomass Solids to Organic Liquids Decreased intake of a liquid diet in nonfood-deprived rats following intra-PVN injections of

Second

Second-generation biofuels also known as advanced biofuels are fuels that can be manufactured from various types of non-food biomass Biomass in this context means plant materials and animal waste used especially as a source of fuel First-generation biofuels are made from the sugars and vegetable oils found in food crops using standard processing technologies

Multienzymatic Nanoassemblies: Recent Progress and

Biotechnological research has turned to multienzymatic nanoassemblies as a promising concept to host multiple applications Here we consider important aspects around the development and optimization of such biocatalytic systems and present current advances in utilizing bi- and multienzymatic cascade reactions in diverse fields including ultrasensitive biosensing development of

Ask the Experts: The food versus fuel debate

636 Biofuels (2012) 3(6) future science group News nalysis Ask the xperts where population and diet shifts are still requiring increased production of food Whether the land is appropri-ated for food or fuel indigenous people are usually living and subsistence farming in these landscapes with deep

Conversion of cellulose rich municipal solid waste blends

The principles of Raman spectroscopy its advantages and applications related to biomass analysis are also illustrated Chapter 2 and 3 comprise two published or submitted manuscripts and the thesis concludes with an appendix more In Chapter 2 a Raman spectroscopic protocol is described to study the efficiency of enzymatic hydrolysis of

Renewable Monomer Feedstocks via Olefin Metathesis

Ruthenium Olefin Metathesis Catalysts for the Ethenolysis of Renewable Feedstocks CLEAN - Soil Air Water 2008 36 (8) 669-673 DOI: 10 1002/clen 200800088 Bassie Marvey Sunflower-based Feedstocks in Nonfood Applications: Perspectives from Olefin Metathesis

Core Concept: Can bioenergy with carbon capture and

Nov 22 2016Even the most optimistic models of climate change suggest a sobering reality: Making a significant dent in carbon emissions may require removing carbon from the atmosphere not just mitigating it "The math tells us we need carbon-removal processes of some kind " says Julio Friedmann Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary for the Office of Fossil Energy at the US Department of Energy

Subject: nonfood products

Sacha inchi (Plukenetia volubilis L ) is native to the Peruvian Amazon and is recognised in other parts of the world as a sustainable crop with viable commercial applications In recent years there has been growing interest in developing the sacha inchi plant as a novel source of oil rich in unsaturated fatty acids

Turning nonfood crops into biofuel

His study concluded cellulosic conversion of biomass into ethanol offers the potential for a wide variety of feedstocks From an economics standpoint a biofuel facility that uses these nonfood feedstocks must pay a grower enough to assure the supply can be available and sustainable Salassi said

Sunflower

Sunflower-based feedstocks in nonfood applications: Perspectives from olefin metathesis the high oleic sunflower varieties make the oil attractive for applications requiring high temperature processes and those targeting the C=C double bond functionality Herein an overview of the recent developments in olefin metathesis of sunflower-based

Stellate MSN

Applications such as new industrial processes creating new functional foods and contributing to medical treatments are a few areas where innovative of on-Food Feedstocks to Food Products Thermodyn Catal : 15 doi: 1417/2157-7544115 Page 2 of 6 oe e 2 5 eo aa a oe ae oa

Palm Oil For Non

Oct 13 2015Introduction of palm oil for non food application Palm oil products particularly palm kernel oil have become major feedstocks for the oleochemical industry The basic oleochemical products are fatty acids esters alcohols nitrogen compounds and glycerol Oleochemical products are in turn used in the production of other products such as

SUNFLOWER BASED GREASE FOR HEAVY DUTY

Sunflower based grease for heavy duty applications Mecnica Experimental 2006 Vol 13 Pg 129-133 133 perform better in tribological experiments After this laboratory testing campaign the biogrease was validated in full scale bench tests confirming the results presented in this paper ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS This work has been done with the

Synthesis of Furandicarboxylic Acid Esters From Nonfood

Jan 26 2017Introduction One of the most promising examples of biobased building blocks is furan‐2 5‐dicarboxylic acid (FDCA) which has many potential applications in polyesters polyamides and plasticizers 1 The majority of research for the production of FDCA focusses on the use of hexose sugars (i e d ‐glucose and d ‐fructose) which are first dehydrated to the intermediate 5

Revalorization of Grape Seed Oil for Innovative Non

Mar 30 2017Grape processing produces a substantial amount of residues that are highly polluting and expensive to treat being grape seed one of the main by-products with high commercial interest During the extraction process of grape seed oil most of the nutraceutical compounds remain on the solid cake This book chapter resumes the potential utilization of grape seed oil for producing biobased

Will we shift from fossil

Furthermore because it uses renewable and abundant nonfood feedstocks such as wood corn stover and bagasse the Bio-TCat process is less expensive compared to those that use sugar-based feedstock and avoids competition with the food chain Global Polylactic Acid Market by Applications - Polylactic Acid Products Biodegradable Polymers

Current Nonfood Industrial Uses Of Sugars

Sep 17 2018Other nonfood applications of d-sorbitol result from etherification and poly-condensation reactions providing biodegradable polyetherpolyols used for soft polyurethane foams and melamine/formaldehyde or phenol resins Sizable amounts of d-sorbitol also enter into the production of the sorbitan ester surfactants (cf later in this chapter)