BSS Magazine

V2.N2 - Julho/2020 - ISSN 2674-9025

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BSS MAGAZINE - SECOND EDITION

Summary
  • Interview: Prof. Dr. Marcos Fava Neves

  • Elephant Grass as a Feedstock for Bioenergy Production

  • Potencial for Utilizing Palm Oil Residues in Biorefinery

  • Potential of Sustainable Use of Banana Waste to Produce Bioactive Compounds

  • Physical Chemical Characterization and Technical Analysis of Biodiesel Production From Vegetable Oils Via Homogene Alkaline Transesterification

  • Potential of Barley Waste in the Production of Polymeric Biocomposites 

  • Alternative to Add Value to Whey: Developmente, Physicochemical and Microbiological Evaluation of Apricot Ricotta

ISSN 2674-9025

Editorial 

CHIEF EDITOR 

Prof. Dr. Fernando Santos - Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul

ADJUNCT EDITOR

Eng. MSc. Paulo Eichler - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL 

Prof. Dr. Chunbao (Charles) Xu - Western University London

Prof. Dr. Sarani Zakaria - University Kebangsaan Malaysia

Prof. Dr. Bruce Sithole - College of Agriculture & Engineering Sciences

Prof. Dr. Mukund Adsul - DBT-IOC Centre for Advanced Bioenergy Research

Prof. Dr. Ana Luísa Fernando - Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof. Dr. Margarida Gonçalves - Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof. Dr. Andreia Peixoto - Universidade do Porto

Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos García - Universidad de Huelva

Prof. MSc Jaqueline de Mattia - Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul

Prof. Dr. Sarita Cândida Rabelo - Universidade Estadual Paulista

Prof. Dr. Rogério Lourega - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

Dr. Guilherme de Souza - Secretariat of Environment and Infrastructure of the State of Rio Grande do Sul

Prof. Dr. Flávia Zinani - Universidade Vale do Rio dos Sinos

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Criation

Pablo Martins

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Frequency

Quarterly publication

Circulation: March/July/November

Eletronic Version – (www.energybss/revista)

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Language

English

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Responsible Institution 

Biorefinery Sustainable Solutions

Av. Unisinos, 950, Unitec 1 - 205

CEP: 93020-190 São Leopoldo / RS

Whatasapp: +55 51 99708-0721

E-mail: magazine@energybss.com

CHIEF EDITOR 

Prof. Dr. Fernando Santos - Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul

ADJUNCT EDITOR

Eng. MSc. Paulo Eichler - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

SCIENTIFIC COUNCIL 

Prof. Dr. Chunbao (Charles) Xu - Western University London

Prof. Dr. Sarani Zakaria - University Kebangsaan Malaysia

Prof. Dr. Bruce Sithole - College of Agriculture & Engineering Sciences

Prof. Dr. Mukund Adsul - DBT-IOC Centre for Advanced Bioenergy Research

Prof. Dr. Ana Luísa Fernando - Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof. Dr. Margarida Gonçalves - Universidade Nova de Lisboa

Prof. Dr. Andreia Peixoto - Universidade do Porto

Prof. Dr. Juan Carlos García - Universidad de Huelva

Prof. MSc Jaqueline de Mattia - Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul

Prof. Dr. Sarita Cândida Rabelo - Universidade Estadual Paulista

Prof. Dr. Rogério Lourega - Pontifícia Universidade Católica do Rio Grande do Sul

Dr. Guilherme de Souza - Secretariat of Environment and Infrastructure of the State of Rio Grande do Sul

Prof. Dr. Flávia Zinani - Universidade Vale do Rio dos Sinos

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Criation

Pablo Martins

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Trainee

Betina Aita - Universidade Estadual do Rio Grande do Sul

Biorefinery Sustainable Solutions magazine is a quarterly publication of original and unpublished works related to biorefinery or presenting results of studies and research on the activities of the biorefinery sector in science, technology and innovation.

Coupled with this concept is sustainability, which has been much sought after in recent years and is linked to the replacement of renewable energy sources by renewable sources. Within this form of sustainability is the concept of biorefinery, which aims to convert biomass into biofuels, as well as bioenergy and bioproducts of commercial interest, seeking to find a solution that combines economic viability with environmentally sound production.

Several countries have stood out as a major entrepreneur in energy agriculture, mainly due to the diversification of cultivated biomass and favorable soil and climate conditions for their cultivation. Crops such as cotton, rice, bananas, potatoes, coffee, sugarcane, eucalyptus, corn, soybeans, wheat, oats, coconut and others have been drawing attention not only for their productivity, but also for the generation of agroindustrial waste.

These residues are mainly used for a number of agronomic benefits, for example in weed control, moisture retention, improved soil physical, chemical and biological properties. However, due to the significant amount of waste generated, its composition and, consequently, the chemical and energetic potential of the vegetable fiber, it is possible to use part of this waste in a more noble way, from both chemical and energetic point of view. without prejudice to the agronomic benefits, through processes involving the different biorefinery platforms - chemical, biochemical and thermochemical.

This concept of biorefinery is gaining more prominence with great investment potential and has been identified as one of the most promising ways to create new industries. This vision of technological development will have great relevance and importance regarding the evolution of the agricultural and industrial sectors of the world biomass, directly reflecting the generation of jobs and income in different segments of society.

Thinking about this optimistic scenario, which involves the integral and sustainable use of biomass through the different biorefinery platforms, we decided to create BSS Magazine – Biorefinery Sustainable Solutions. The main objective is to contribute to the wide dissemination and dissemination of research and technologies that guide the different directions of biorefinery in the world scenario. There will be four issues per year and will be available for free to read and download, without charging subscription, submission, evaluation or publishing fees.

  • Articles need to be original and unpublished, about experiences of the biorefinery sector. The main authorship of the works must be of researchers with at least master's degree.

  • Original and unpublished works are considered works that are not under evaluation for publication in any other platform;

  • Submission file must be in Word, OpenOficce or RTF format

  • Originals will be submitted for approval by recognized experts in the topics covered. Papers will be submitted for evaluation without identification of authorship to ensure the blind peer review process.

  • The originals will be sent to the evaluators, all with the minimum degree of Master or recognized notorious knowledge, in the shortest time. The article selection process involves the evaluation of ad hoc experts and the Editorial Committee, which will select the titles to be published. In the summary, the sequence of articles will obey the alphabetical order of surnames of authors, if an order has not been defined by the Editor responsible for the number.

  • Author: Individual responsible for creating the intellectual or artistic content of a document. Do not confuse with collaborators.

  • For articles with multiple authorship, it is necessary to inform the order of presentation of the authors and the declaration of each authorizing the publication;

  • Minimum graduation of the main author: Masters Degree.

  • Originals must be sent in English. Submissions in other languages ​​may not be processed.

  • The journal reserves the right to make normative, orthographic and grammatical changes to the originals in order to maintain the standard of language, respecting the author's style. Final proofs will not be returned to the authors.

  • No submission, evaluation or publishing fees are charged.

  • The opinions expressed in the articles are the sole responsibility of their authors.

  • Papers for evaluation should be sent to: magazine@energybss.com.

  • Quarterly Publication

  • Circulation: March/July/November

  • Version: Electronic – (www.energybss/magazine)

Biorefinery Sustainable Solutions

Unisinos Avenue - Unitec 1, 950/205

93320-190 – São Leopoldo/RS (Brazil)

Phone: +55 51 99708-0721

E-mail: magazine@energybss.com

Authors who publish in this journal agree to the following terms:

  • Authors retain copyright and grant BSS Magazine the right of first publication, with simultaneously licensed work, which allows the sharing of work with acknowledgment of authorship and initial publication in this journal.

  • The content reported and the opinions expressed by the authors of the articles are their sole responsibility.

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