Bridging Conventional Practices and Industry 4.0
Foo, Dominic (editor)
Show, Pau Loke (editor)
Gopakumar, Suchithra (editor)
Green technologies can be identified as key components in Industry 4.0. The scope of this book is to address how conventional green technologies can be a part of smart industries by minimizing waste, maximizing productivity, optimizing the supply chain, or by additive manufacturing. This theme focuses on the scope and challenges of integrating current environmental technologies in future industries. This book, “Green Technologies: Bridging Conventional Practices and Industry 4.0”, aims to incorporate and introduce the advances in green technologies to the cyber-based industries. It is hoped that the novel green technologies presented in this book are useful in assisting the global community in working towards fulfilling the Sustainable Development Goals.
Keywordswood flour; oil adsorption; superhydrophobic; superoleophilic; oil-water separation; sustainable material; sachet-water plastic waste; oil palm empty fruit bunch; TGA-DSC analysis; activation energy; physio-thermal analysis; co-pyrolysis; eutrophication; sugarcane bagasse; adsorption; harvest; biodiesel; reusability; Calophyllum inophyllum biodiesel; palm biodiesel; engine performance; exhaust emissions; alternative fuel; transesterification; multiple frequency marine controlled-source electromagnetic technique; Gaussian process; uncertainty quantification; computer experiment, electromagnetic profile estimation; Malaysia; Municipal Solid Waste (MSW); Waste-to-Energy (WTE); sustainability; technical; economic; environmental; social; optimization; P-graph; municipal solid waste conversion technology; silicon oxycarbide; thermal conductivity; floating plants; SiOC; silica; ammonium-based protic ionic liquids; density; thermal expansion coefficient; viscosity; thermal stability; CO2 absorption; rubber-seed shell; activated carbon; CO2 adsorption; isotherms; kinetics modeling; milk; protein; liquid biphasic flotation; dairy waste; recovery; Cape gooseberry; color space selection; color space combination; food engineering; anaerobic digestion; co-digestion; wastewater; biogas production; methane yield, sludge; sandwich composite fire; mechanical responses; moisture content; balsa core; mass loss kinetic; buckling failure; liquid biphasic system; aqueous two-phase system; aqueous biphasic system; purification; separation; biomolecules; black soldier fly; yeast; fermentation; larvae; organic waste; coconut endosperm waste; n/a; black soldier fly larvae; lipid; substrate; PC/ABS; carbon black; electromagnetic shielding effectiveness; dissipation of electrostatic discharge; surface resistivity
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Publication date and placeBasel, Switzerland, 2020
History of engineering & technology