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The biofine process–production of levulinic acid, furfural, and formic acid from lignocellulosic feedstocks
DJ Hayes, S Fitzpatrick, MHB Hayes, JRH Ross
Biorefineries‐Industrial Processes and Products, 139-164, 2006
1851*2006
An examination of biorefining processes, catalysts and challenges
DJ Hayes
Catalysis today 145 (1-2), 138-151, 2009
5042009
Biorefineries-industrial processes and products
DJ Hayes, S Fitzpatrick, MHB Hayes, JRH Ross
Kamm, B., Gruber, P., Kamm, M., Eds, 2006
1042006
Second‐generation biofuels: why they are taking so long
DJM Hayes
Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Energy and Environment, 2012
71*2012
Development of near infrared spectroscopy models for the quantitative prediction of the lignocellulosic components of wet Miscanthus samples
DJM Hayes
Bioresource Technology 119, 393-405, 2012
712012
The role that lignocellulosic feedstocks and various biorefining technologies can play in meeting Ireland's biofuel targets
DJ Hayes, MHB Hayes
Biofuels, Bioproducts and Biorefining 3 (5), 500-520, 2009
442009
Biomass composition and its relevance to biorefining
DJM Hayes
The role of catalysis for the sustainable production of bio-fuels and bio …, 2013
372013
Mass and compositional changes, relevant to biorefining, in Miscanthus x giganteus plants over the harvest window
DJM Hayes
Bioresource technology 142, 591-602, 2013
342013
JRH Ross in Biorefineries-Industrial Processes and Products: Status Quo and Future Directions, Vol. 1
DJ Hayes, SW Fitzpatrick, MHB Hayes
Wiley, Weinheim, Germany, 2006
242006
Analysis of the lignocellulosic components of peat samples with development of near infrared spectroscopy models for rapid quantitative predictions
DJM Hayes, MHB Hayes, JJ Leahy
Fuel 150, 261-268, 2015
192015
Characterisation of Italian and Dutch forestry and agricultural residues for the applicability in the bio-based sector
I Pisano, L Gottumukkala, DJ Hayes, JJ Leahy
Industrial Crops and Products 171, 113857, 2021
152021
Use of near infrared spectroscopy for the rapid low-cost analysis of waste papers and cardboards
DJM Hayes, MHB Hayes, JJ Leahy
Faraday Discussions 202, 465-482, 2017
112017
Determination of the higher heating value of pig manure
R Wnetrzak, DJM Hayes, LS Jensen, JJ Leahy, W Kwapinski
Waste and Biomass Valorization 6, 327-333, 2015
112015
An examination of irish feedstocks for biorefineries
DJ Hayes
University of Limerick, 2004
112004
Analysis of lignocellulosic feedstocks for biorefineries with a focus on the development of near infrared spectroscopy as a primary analytical tool.
DJM Hayes
University of Limerick, 2011
102011
State of play in the biorefining industry
DJ Hayes
Unpublished report. Accessed at http://www. lufpig. eu/documents …, 2008
52008
The importance of extraction protocol on the analysis of novel waste sources of lignocellulosic biomass
DT Hickey, DJ Hayes, JT Pembroke, MP Ryan, JJ Leahy
Energies 14 (19), 6406, 2021
42021
Feedstocks and analysis: general discussion
L Aldous, D Argyropoulos, V Budarin, CI Cabrera-Rodríguez, J Clark, ...
Faraday Discussions 202, 497-519, 2017
22017
Levulinic Acid production from lignocellulose biomass: comparison of the DIBANET proposed design with the Biofine process for the acid hydrolysis route to Levulinic Acid
D Haverty, K Dussan, AV Piterina, B Girisuta, D Hayes, J Leahy, M Hayes
22012
Process development for efficient pectin extraction from tobacco residues and its characterisation
OKK Bedzo, LD Gottumukkala, GL Sasso, K Kaminski, W Schlage, ...
Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery, 1-21, 2023
12023
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