Synopses & Reviews
Waste to Renewable Biohydrogen: Volume One: Advances in Theory and Experiments provides a comprehensive overview of the advances, processes and technologies for waste treatment to hydrogen production. Sections introduce and compare the most widely adopted (and promising) technologies, such as dark fermentation, thermochemical and photosynthetic processes, look at modeling and simulation methodologies for the design and optimization of different processes and systems, and discuss the economic, environmental and sustainability implications of waste-to-biohydrogen systems. Other sections cover cost-benefit analysis, techno-economic analysis, lifecycle assessment, sustainability ranking and supply chain design, with a final section devoted to future trends and pathways.
The book's threefold coverage, spanning technology, systems modeling and sustainability offers a well-rounded reference that supports decision-making for energy researchers and industry practitioners alike. Graduate students, early career researchers and waste management professionals will also find the book helpful with its thorough introduction to the topic and its surrounding issues.