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Title Green technologies for the oil palm industry / Dominic C. Y. Foo, Mustafa Kamal Tun Abdul Aziz, editors.
Imprint Singapore : Springer, [2019]

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Series Green energy and technology.
Green energy and technology.
Subject Palm oil industry -- Environmental aspects.
Green technology.
Alt Name Foo, Dominic C. Y.,
Mustafa Kamal Tun Abdul Aziz,
Description 1 online resource.
polychrome rdacc
Note Includes index.
Summary This book reports the latest work on green technologies in palm oil milling processes, including new processes and various optimisation techniques. It covers the latest developments on palm oil milling process with new technologies, alternative solvent design, residual oil recovery, palm oil mill effluent treatment, palm biomass supply chain, as well as ecoindustrial park concept. The book is intended for industrial practitioners and academics interested in green technologies for palm oil milling processes.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (EBSCO, viewed September 28, 2018).
Contents Computer-aided molecular design for alternative solvent for oil extraction from Palm Pressed Fibre -- High vitamin oils through sub ?critical water extraction process -- Squalenes production though super-critical CO2 -- Solvent crystalisation for phospholipids -- Simulation of palm oil milling processes -- Numerical Methods to Estimate Biomass Calorifix Value via Biomass Characteristics Index -- Economic Viability of Disruptive Technologies from Palm Oil Milling Processes. .
ISBN 9789811322365 (electronic bk.)
9811322368 (electronic bk.)
9789811322358
981132235X
OCLC # 1054627455
Additional Format Original 981132235X 9789811322358 (OCoLC)1044865507.


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