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What do the topics’ names stand for?

Each topic stands for a sequel of pretreatments that is described in the papers this topic features. Topics descriptions are available below:

  • Bioref-PM: this topic gathers all control experiments from all papers stored in @Web; experiments featured need to include only one milling, followed by the enzymatic hydrolysis. It does not include a physico-chemical step but it can include a washing and separation step.
  • Bioref-PM-PC-PS: this topic must contain experiments composed of a least one pre-milling step, then a physico-chemical treatment and a washing and filtration step (washing and separation) and finally the enzymatic hydrolysis step.
  • Bioref-PM-PC-EX-PS: this topic must contain experiences composed of a pre-milling step, then a physico-chemical treatment and an extrusion treatment and finally a press and separation step (washing and filtration) followed by the enzymatic hydrolysis step.
  • Bioref-PM-PC-UFM-PS: Experiments featured include a pre-milling step, then a physico-chemical treatment followed by an ultrafine milling step (often wet milling) and a press and separation step (washing and filtration) and finally the enzymatic hydrolysis step. This topic requires a press and separation step because there are a lot of effluents in the physico-chemical step or because the milling is made with effluents. The second milling step must give an Output solid constituent size smaller than 1 mm.
  • Bioref-PM-PC-UFM: Experiments are composed of a pre-milling step, followed by a physico-chemical treatment and then an ultrafine milling step (ball milling) to finally end with the enzymatic hydrolysis step. This topic doesn’t require a step of press and separation because it’s a process with a low intake of effluent. The second milling step must give an Output solid constituent size smaller than 1 mm.

If the sequel of pretreatments you are looking for does not correspond to any of these that means your topic has not been entered yet into the system. To find out how to add a new topic, go to How to add a new topic?