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Advances in Applications of Industrial Biomaterials

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Advances in Applications of Industrial Biomaterials
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Advances in Applications of Industrial Biomaterials
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  • Preface -- Contents -- 1 Some Applications of Biomaterials in Automotive Industry -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 About Biomaterials -- 3 Short Historical Overview -- 4 Today's Applications -- 4.1 Plastics -- 4.2 Rubber -- 4.3 Composites -- 5 Conclusions -- References -- 2 Marine Applications of Natural Fibre-Reinforced Composites: A Manufacturing Case Study -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Composite Materials -- 1.2 Composites and Ecology -- 1.3 Composites and Boats -- 2 Green Composites -- 2.1 Environmentally-Friendly Materials -- 2.2 Eco-Based Matrices -- 2.3 Natural Fibers -- 2.4 Hybridization -- 3 A Technology for Green Composite Production -- 3.1 Stratification -- 3.2 Hand Lay-up Method -- 3.3 Vacuum Bagging Method -- 4 Materials and Hybrids -- 4.1 Mechanical Characteristics -- 4.2 Experimental Tests -- 4.3 Advantage of Hybridation -- 5 Manufacturing -- 5.1 Case Study -- 5.2 Mould Preparation -- 5.3 "Skin Coat" Stratification -- 5.4 Surface Finishing -- 5.5 Vacuum Bag Preparation -- 5.6 Vacuum Sealing -- 5.7 Core Inclusion -- 5.8 Lower Surface -- 5.9 Final Finishing -- 5.10 An Ecofriendly Artefact -- 6 Discussion and Conclusion -- 6.1 General Considerations -- 6.2 New Functionalities -- 6.3 Green Composites and Environmental Sustainability -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 3 Influence of Biodiesel Blends on Characteristics of Gaseous Emissions from Two Stroke, Low Speed Marine Diesel Engines -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Experimental Procedure -- 3 Results and Discussion -- 3.1 Engine/Propeller Parameters -- 3.2 Exhaust Emission -- 3.2.1 Oxides of Nitrogen, NOx -- 3.2.2 Sulfur Dioxide, SO2 -- 3.2.3 Carbon Monoxide, CO -- 3.2.4 Carbon Dioxide, CO2 -- 4 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 4 Review of Synthetic Fuels and New Materials Production Based on Pyrolysis Technologies -- Abstract
  • 1 Introduction to the Biomass Pyrolysis Process -- 2 Fast Biomass Pyrolysis Reactor Types -- 2.1 Fluidized Bed Reactors -- 2.2 Ablative Pyrolysis Reactors -- 2.3 Vacuum Pyrolysis -- 2.4 Microwave Pyrolysis -- 2.5 Catalytic Pyrolysis -- 2.6 Hydropyrolysis -- 3 Liquid Products from the Pyrolysis Process -- 4 Gaseous Products -- 5 Solid Products -- 6 Conclusion -- References -- 5 Biodegradable Polymers Based on Proteins and Carbohydrates -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Polysaccharides (Carbohydrates) -- 1.1.1 Thermoplastic Starch -- 1.1.2 Cellulose and Its Derivatives -- 1.1.3 Fibers (Lignocellulosic Complex) -- 1.1.4 Chitin and Chitosan -- 1.1.5 Gums -- 1.2 Polypeptides (Proteins) -- 1.2.1 Corn Zein -- 1.2.2 Wheat Gluten -- 1.2.3 Soy Protein -- 1.2.4 Collagen and Gelatin -- 1.2.5 Casein and Caseinates -- 1.2.6 Whey Proteins -- 1.2.7 Other Proteins -- 2 Conclusions -- References -- 6 Application of Biopolymers in the Food Industry -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Biopolymers -- 2.1 Polysaccharide-based Films -- 2.1.1 Alginate, Pectin, Carrageenan -- 2.1.2 Chitosan and Pullulan -- 2.1.3 Starch, Cellulose and Their Derivatives -- 2.2 Protein-based Films -- 2.2.1 Wheat Gluten and Corn Zein -- 2.2.2 Caseinate and Whey Protein -- 2.2.3 Soy Protein -- 2.3 Lipid-based Films -- 2.4 Hydrocolloid/Lipid Composite Films -- 2.5 Synthetic Polymer/Biopolymer -- 3 Potential Application of Biopolymers in Food Production -- 4 Packaging Materials -- 4.1 Edible Films and Coatings -- 4.2 Antimicrobial Films and Active Packaging -- 4.3 Nanomaterials and Food Packaging -- 5 The Influence of Biopolymeric Materials on the Environment -- References -- 7 Application of Edible Films and Coatings in Food Production -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Edible Materials -- 2.1 Proteins -- 2.1.1 Milk Proteins -- 2.1.2 Collagen and Gelatin -- 2.1.3 Plasma Proteins
  • 2.1.4 Egg White -- 2.1.5 Soy Protein -- 2.1.6 Wheat Gluten -- 2.2 Polysccharides -- 2.2.1 Cellulose and Derivatives -- 2.2.2 Starch and Derivatives -- 2.2.3 Chitosan, Carrageenan and Alginat -- 2.2.4 Pectins -- 2.3 Hydrophobic Compounds -- 2.3.1 Waxes -- 2.3.2 Triglycerides and Fatty Acids -- 2.3.3 Resins -- 2.4 Plasticizers -- 2.5 Additives -- 3 Edible Active Packaging Materials -- 4 Application of Edible Films and Coatings -- 4.1 Meat Products -- 4.2 Cereal, Bakery and Confectionary Coatings -- 4.3 Fresh and Minimally Processed Produce -- 4.4 Coating Application on Fried Foods -- 5 Future Trends -- References -- 8 Biopolymers as Food Packaging Materials -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Biopolymers Based on Starch -- 3 Biopolymers Based on Cellulose -- 4 Biopolymers Based on Chitosan -- 5 Polylactic (PLA)-Based Biopolymers -- 6 Polyhydroxyalkanoate (PHA) Biopolymers -- 7 Other Biopolymers Used in Food Packaging -- 8 Biopolymers Used in Paper Packaging -- 9 Advantages of Biopolymers -- 10 Toxicity Concerns Related to Biopolymers in Food Applications -- 11 Conclusion -- References -- 9 New Technologies for Microclimatic and Indoor Air Quality Analysis for the Protection of Cultural Heritage: Case Studies of the Classense Library and "Tamo," The Museum of Mosaics at Ravenna -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Description of the Area of Study and the Sampling Locations -- 3 Instrument Descriptions -- 3.1 The Thermo-Hygrometric Testers -- 3.2 The Air Pollutant Concentration Samplers -- 4 Case Studies of Indoor Air Quality Analysis Monitoring Campaigns -- 5 Conclusion -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 10 Potential Application of Nano Zero Valent Iron in Environmental Protection -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Synthesis, Support and Characterization of nZVI Particles -- 2.1 Synthesis Techniques of nZVI -- 2.2 Support and Characterization of nZVI
  • 3 nZVI for Treating Sediment Contaminated with Metals -- 3.1 In situ and Ex situ Sediment Remediation by Supported Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Materials-Case Study -- 4 nZVI for Treating Coloured Waste Water -- 4.1 Supported Nanoscale Zero-valent Iron Materials for Dye Degradation-Case Study -- 5 Conclusion and Further Challenges in Using Nano Zero Valent Iron in Environmental Protection -- Acknowledgements -- References -- 11 Development of New Composites Made of Waste Materials for Wood Pallet Element -- Abstract -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Experimental Study: Materials and Methods -- 3 Results and Discussions -- 4 Conclusions -- Acknowledgements -- References -- Erratum To: Advances in Applications of Industrial Biomaterials -- Erratum to: E. Pellicer et al. (eds.), Advances in Applications of Industrial Biomaterials, https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-319-62767-0
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