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In the past few years, biofuels have emerged as renewable alternative to encounter global energy requirements in a greener way. Biomass is a sustainable cost‐effective natural resource with wide diversity for conversion to biofuel such as biodiesel, biogas, bio‐oil, biohydrogen, etc. via various...
Biodiesel synthesis processes including pyrolysis, direct blending, transesterification, and advanced technologies such as microwave‐ and ultrasound‐assisted and supercritical processes from palm oil mill effluent (POME) are reviewed to highlight the significance and advances in terms of process...
The research progress made in recent years in removal of organic‐inorganic pollutants from wastewater using various types of carbon materials as adsorbents such as carbon nanotubes, carbon nanofibers, graphenes, graphitic carbon nitride, fullerene, activated carbon spheres, and carbon quantum...
Graphene oxide (GO), a derivative of graphene with a hydrophilic 2D crystalline nanostructure and being an exfoliated form of graphite, is designed with several oxygen‐functional groups. Due to its characteristics it has attracted much interest for applications for gas separation membranes. This...
Bioprinting is an additive manufacturing technology with great potential in medical applications. Among available bioprinting techniques, laser‐assisted bioprinting (LAB) is a promising technique due to its high resolution, high cell viability, and the capability to deposit high‐viscousity...
Enhancement in boiler efficiency via controlled operation could lead to energy savings and reduction in pollutant emission. Activities such as scheduled maintenance could be improved by increasing boiler availability and reducing running costs. However, the time interval between recommended...
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