Applied Biopolymer Technology and Bioplastics
Sustainable Development by Green Engineering Materials
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With growing concern for the environment and the rising price of crude oil, there is increasing demand for non-petroleum-based polymers from renewable resources. Recognizing emerging developments in biopolymer systems research, this book brings together a number of key biopolymer and bioplastic topics in one place. The book highlights the importance and impact of eco-friendly green biopolymers and bioplastics, both environmentally and economically. It provides important insight into the diversity of polymers obtained directly from, or derived from, renewable resources.
This volume, Applied Biopolymer Technology and Bioplastics: Sustainable Development by Green Engineering Materials, will be valuable for a broad audience of engineers and scientists, especially those designing with biopolymers and biodegradable plastics, or evaluating the options for switching from traditional plastics to biopolymers. The content of this book will prove useful for students, researchers, and professionals working in the field of green technology.
Table of Contents
1. Processing Relation to Rheological Behavior of Some Systems Containing Green Polymers
Andreea Irina Barzic
2. Properties of the Magnetic Polymer Nanocomposites in Magnetic Fields
Jimsher Aneli and Grigor Mamniashvili
3. Microbial Fuel Cell: A Green Microbial Approach for Production of Bioelectricity Using Conducting Polymer
Swapnali A. Patil, Akshada A. Bakliwal, and Swati G. Talele
4. Sustainability of the Tire Industry: Through Material Approach
Sanjit Das et al.
5. Silk, an Explorable Biopolymer in Biomedical Arena
Athira John, Ananthu Prasad, and Neha Kanwar Rawat
6. Influence of Nanotechnology on Prevention of Biofouling in Aquaculture Cage Nets: Green Conducting Polymers and Their Significance in Case Studies
P. Muhamed Ashraf
7. Mesoporous SiO, Gender, Climate Change, and Science in Parliament
Francisco Torrens and Gloria Castellano
8. Biodegradable PHAs: Promising “Green” Bioplastics and Possible Ways to Increase Their Availability
Tatiana Gr. Volova et al.
9. Membrane Technology for Green Engineering Supriya Dhume and Yogesh Chendake 10. Green Hydrogen Energy: Storage in Carbon Nanomaterials and Polymers
Brahmananda Chakraborty and Gopal Sanyal
11. Self-Assemblies of Macromolecular Systems Containing Green Polymers
Andreea Irina Barzic, Raluca Marinica Albu, and Cristian Logigan
Neha Kanwar Rawat, PhD, is a recipient of prestigious DST Young Scientist Postdoctoral Fellowship and is presently a researcher in the Materials Science Division, CSIR–National Aerospace Laboratories, Bangalore, India.
Tatiana G. Volova, DSc, is Professor and Head, Department of Biotechnology at Siberian Federal University, Krasnoyarsk, Russia.
A. K. Haghi, PhD, is the author and editor of 165 books, as well as 1000 published papers in various journals and conference proceedings. Since 1983, he served as professor at several universities. He is also a member of the Canadian Research and Development Center of Sciences and Cultures (CRDCSC), Montreal, Quebec, Canada.