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pretreatment_fractionation_600Scientists on the research platform Bio4Energy Wood Pre-processing design technology to provide well-defined, fractionated biomass for further upgrading. Photo used with permission.

Bio4Energy Wood Pre-processing
 is a leader in the area of research on:

  • Transformation of forest biomass and organic waste to industrial feedstock;
  • Torrefaction or roasting as a method to pre-treat woody materials for use in the production of heat, electricity or fuel;
  • Spectroscopic on-line analysis for efficient characterisation and quality-assurance of bio-based industrial streams and;
  • Use of by-products of municipal operations/utilities (flue gas and waste water) in pilot-scale algae production.


Platform leader
 as of 1 January 2018 is associate professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., taking over from associate professor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Both are affiliated with the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences at Umeå, Sweden.

The following researchers are part of Bio4Energy Wood Pre-processing

Department of Forest Biomaterials and Technology,
Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences
, Umeå, SE
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+46 90 786 8795

SLU, K2 006

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- Feng Chen
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 Firoz Shah

+46 90 786 5264


+46 73 841 56 74

SLU, K2 206
SLU, K2 020
SLU, K2 211

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  • Atanu Kumar Das   +46 76 133 9953              A210
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Mikael Thyrel

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+46 90 786 8774
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SLU, K2 010

SLU, K2 022
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+46 73 802 6660



SLU, 208




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Centre, Röbäcksdalen, Umeå
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Energy Technology and Thermal Process Chemistry,
Umeå University, Umeå, Sweden
   
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+46 90 786 5264; 
+46 70 239 1133

Technology Building, TB411

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scientific Articles

Exopolysaccharides Production by Cultivating a Bacterial Isolate from the Hypersaline Environment of Salar de Uyuni (Bolivia) in Pretreatment Liquids of Steam-Exploded Quinoa Stalks and Enzymatic Hydrolysates of Curupaú SawdustFermentation 7(1):33
Diurnal in vivo xylem sap glucose and sucrose monitoring using implantable organic electrochemical transistor sensors. iScience 24 (1) 101966. 22 January

Cultivation of Pleurotus ostreatus Mushroom on Substrates Made of Cellulose Fibre Rejects: Product Quality and Spent Substrate Fuel PropertiesWaste Biomass Valor. 3 December
Integrated production of edible mushroom (Auricularia auricular-judae), fermentable sugar and solid biofuel. Renewable Energy 170, 172-180. June
Impacts of Fuel Nonequidiffusivity on Premixed Flame Propagation in Channels with Open EndsPhysics of Fluids 33, 13604, American Institute of Physics (AIP). January
Understanding Flow Properties of Mannitol Powder at a Range of Temperature and HumidityInternational Journal of Pharmaceutics 120244. January


A review of lithium-ion battery safety concerns: The issues, strategies, and testing standardsJournal of Energy Chemistry 59, 83-99. August