Plastics Design Library, Plastics to Energy
Fuel, Chemicals, and Sustainability Implications
Plastics to Energy: Fuel, Chemicals, and Sustainability Implications covers important trends in the science and technology of polymer recovery, such as the thermo-chemical treatment of plastics, the impact of environmental degradation on mechanical recycling, incineration and thermal unit design, and new options in biodegradable plastics. The book also introduces product development opportunities from waste materials and discusses the main processes and pathways of the conversion of polymeric materials to energy, fuel and chemicals. A particular focus is placed on industrial case studies and academic reviews, providing a practical emphasis that enables plastics practitioners involved in end-of-life aspects to employ these processes.
Final sections examine lifecycle and cost analysis of different plastic waste management processes, exploring the potential of various techniques in modelling, optimization and simulation of waste management options.
- Introduces new pathways for the end-of-life treatment of plastics and polymers, including conversion to energy, fuel and other chemicals
- Compares different options to assist materials scientists, engineers and waste management practitioners to choose the most effective and sustainable option
- Covers the latest trends in the science and technology of polymer energy recovery
|Titel:||Plastics Design Library, Plastics to Energy|
|Plaats van publicatie:||03|
|Afmetingen:||276 x 216|
He has worked on a number of R&D projects in the oil & gas sector, as well as the environmental and techno-economic side of chemical engineering. He focuses on applied research in in depolymerization kinetics, thermal engineering, polymer characterization, process & reactors design, separation technologies, weathering and Life Cycle Assessment (LCA).
Practical guide to end-of-life options for plastics and polymers, comparing mechanical recycling techniques with processes that convert plastics to energy