Conference Papers

TAPPI Conference Papers

Our conferences are known throughout the pulp, paper and converting industries as the best place to learn the latest information on process troubleshooting, new technology, increasing profits and more.

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Biofuels and Energy: Outlook, Efficiency and Production: Presentations from the 2006 TAPPI Forum on Energy and the 2007 TAPPI International Conference on Renewable Energy CD-ROM

Biofuels and Energy: Outlook, Efficiency and Production: Presentations from the 2006 TAPPI Forum on Energy and the 2007 TAPPI International Conference on Renewable Energy CD-ROM

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Fuel and bulk flow properties of coal and torrefied wood mix

Fuel and bulk flow properties of coal and torrefied wood mixtures for co-firing application, 2015 IBBC

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AVAP®Fractionation Process •The Excellent Platform for Biore

AVAP®Fractionation Process •The Excellent Platform for Biorefineries, 2015 IBBC

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Lignosulfonate from SPORL as Dispersant for Coal Water Slurr

Lignosulfonate from SPORL as Dispersant for Coal Water Slurry and Graphene, 2015 IBBC

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Formulating green chemicals: Reinventing value for downstre

Formulating green chemicals: Reinventing value for downstream markets, 2015 IBBC

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OPTIONS AND ECONOMICS FOR FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION OF PULP A

OPTIONS AND ECONOMICS FOR FLUIDIZED BED COMBUSTION OF PULP AND PAPER SLUDGE AND RESIDUALS, 2015 IBBC

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Expanding agricultural viability in arid regions by making t

Expanding agricultural viability in arid regions by making the retention of plant nutients and water in sandy soils possible, 2015 IBBC

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Dilute Acid, Acid and Alkaline Pretreatments for Wheat Straw

Dilute Acid, Acid and Alkaline Pretreatments for Wheat Straw, 2015 IBBC

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CELLULOSE FILAMENTS REINFORCEDLOW-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE, 2015

CELLULOSE FILAMENTS REINFORCEDLOW-DENSITY POLYETHYLENE, 2015 IBBC

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Pellet Utilization for Bioenergy, 2015 International Bioener

Pellet Utilization for Bioenergy, 2015 IBBC

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Biomass Availability, Costs, and Market Developments in the

Biomass Availability, Costs, and Market Developments in the US South, 2015 IBBC

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Main findings on LignoDeco project, 2015 International Bioen

Main findings on LignoDeco project, 2015 IBBC

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AVAP®Fractionation Process •The Excellent Platform for Biore(1)

AVAP® Fractionation Process •The Excellent Platform for Biorefineries, 2015 IBBC

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Utilization of Pellets in USA and Europe, 2015 International

Utilization of Pellets in USA and Europe, 2015 IBBC

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CAPM and ROCE Modeling of Forestry for Biomass, Biofuels and

CAPM and ROCE Modeling of Forestry for Biomass, Biofuels and Biochemicals, 2015 IBBC

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Environmental Assessment of Aviation Biofuel: Gasification w

Environmental Assessment of Aviation Biofuel: Gasification with Fischer Tropschusing Forest Biomass from the US Southeast, 2015 IBBC

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High Titer Ethanol Production from Forest Residue Using Sulf

High Titer Ethanol Production from Forest Residue Using Sulfite Mill Pulping Chemistry, 2015 IBBC

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Hybrid opportunities for bio projects in the pulp & paper in

Hybrid opportunities for bio projects in the pulp & paper industry, 2015 IBBC

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The optimal use of forestland to meet the 2°C target: BECCS

The optimal use of forestland to meet the 2°C target: BECCS vs. REDD, 2015 IBBC

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Activated Carbon and Hemicellulose Extract from Hardwoods, 2

Activated Carbon and Hemicellulose Extract from Hardwoods, 2015 IBBC