Developments in Sustainable Chemical and Bioprocess Technology

  • Ravindra Pogaku
  • Awang Bono
  • Christopher Chu

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiv
  2. Environmental Engineering

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 1-1
    2. S. W. Lau, S. H. Chong, H. M. Ang, T. K. Sen, H. B. Chua
      Pages 11-17
    3. A. S. Japar, M. S. Takriff, J. M. Jahim, A. A. H. Kadhum
      Pages 35-41
    4. H. W. Kim, G. J. Lee, D. M. Kim, Y. W. Lee, Y. S. Kim, H-J. Chung
      Pages 51-57
    5. Z. Zawani, L. Chuah-Abdullah, F.-R. Ahmadun, K. Abdan
      Pages 59-64
    6. M. Y. Liew, A. Salmiaton, W. A. K. G. Wan Azlina, R. Yunus
      Pages 73-79
    7. A. Yaqub, M. H. Isa, S. R. M. Kutty
      Pages 89-96
    8. A. H. Alwash, N. A. Jamalluddin, N. Ismail, A. Z. Abdullah
      Pages 97-102
  3. Chemical and Bioprocesses

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 127-127
    2. R. F. Mansa, H. Mansuit, K. F. Fong, C. S. Sipaut, F. Y. Chye, S. M. Yasir
      Pages 129-136
    3. S. Kumaresan, M. M. Rahman, C. M. Chu, H. K. Phang
      Pages 145-150
    4. N. M. Yusoff, J. Gimbun, M. M. Yusoff
      Pages 151-157
    5. P. Y. Ong, C. T. Lee, M. R. Sarmidi, H. M. Awad, L. S. Chua, F. Razali
      Pages 173-179
    6. N. Ibrahim, P. A. Jensen, K. Dam-Johansen, M. K. A. Hamid, R. M. Kasmani, R. R. Ali
      Pages 181-187
    7. M. A. A. Bukhari, A. N. Thomas, N. K. Wong
      Pages 203-210
    8. M. K. Tan, H. J. Tham, K. T. K. Teo
      Pages 211-217
    9. H. S. E. Chuo, M. K. Tan, H. J. Tham, K. T. K. Teo
      Pages 219-225
  4. Separation Processes

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 239-239
    2. S. M. Nurhafizah, M. Maizirwan, H. Anuar, R. Othman, M. N. Nur Aimi
      Pages 241-248
    3. D. Krishnaiah, D. M. R. Prasad, R. Sarbatly, A. Bono, S. M. Anisuzzaman, K. Krishnaiah
      Pages 249-261
    4. Y. Y. Farm, S M. Anisuzzaman, D. Krishnaiah, A. Bono
      Pages 271-284
  5. Advanced Materials

    1. Front Matter
      Pages 311-311
    2. R. F. Mansa, A. R. A. Yugis, K. S. Liow, S. T. L. Chai, M. C. Ung, J. Dayou et al.
      Pages 313-319
    3. W. M. H. F. W. Harun, M. A. T. Jaya, M. A. Ahmad
      Pages 321-328
    4. A. Bono, S. M. Anisuzzaman, N. M. Ismail, R. Haziami
      Pages 337-345
    5. R. R. Ali, W. A. W. A. Rahman, N. B. Ibrahim, R. M. Kasmani
      Pages 347-354
    6. S. M. Anisuzzaman, A. Bono, S. Samiran, B. Ariffin, Y. Y. Farm
      Pages 355-363
    7. D. Krishnaiah, S. M. Anisuzzaman, S. F. Shi, A. Bono
      Pages 365-370

About this book


Developments in Sustainable Chemical and Bioprocess Technology is an emerging, multidisciplinary field with applications to the production of chemicals, fuels, materials, and pharmaceuticals. The field's novelty lies in the integration of the techniques and various diverse technologies with the tools of mathematical analysis. The case studies are elucidated for rational selection of targets for process modifications. By providing a rigorous description of chemical and bioprocesses a sustainable approach is highlighted.

Key elements of the book include process integration and consideration of technology as a fundamental determinant of sustainable development. Chemical and bioprocesses mathematical complexity is kept to a minimum and provides sidebars as additional background on various mathematical operations. Computational tools for process analysis are described, and a glossary of biological terms facilitates use of the book by a broad audience of chemists, chemical engineering, biotechnologists, microbiologists, and biochemical/biomedical engineers.


BioFuel Bioprocess Energy Sustainability

Editors and affiliations

  • Ravindra Pogaku
    • 1
  • Awang Bono
    • 2
  • Christopher Chu
    • 3
  1. 1.University Malaysia SabahKota kinabaluMalaysia
  2. 2.University Malaysia SabahKota kinabaluMalaysia
  3. 3.University Malaysia SabahKota kinabaluMalaysia

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