Items by Jenkins, Rhodri
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Bendall, S., Birdsall-Wilson, M., Jenkins, R., John Chew, Y.M. and Chuck, C. J., 2015. Showcasing chemical engineering principles through the production of biodiesel from spent coffee grounds. Journal of Chemical Education, 92 (4), pp. 683-687. Item availability may be restricted.
Chuck, C., Lou-Hing, D., Dean, R., Sargeant, L., Scott, R. J. and Jenkins, R., 2014. Simultaneous microwave extraction and synthesis of fatty acid methyl ester from the oleaginous yeast Rhodotorula glutinis. Energy, 69, pp. 446-454.
Jenkins, R. W., Stageman, N. E., Fortune, C. M. and Chuck, C. J., 2014. Effect of the type of bean, processing, and geographical location on the biodiesel produced from waste coffee grounds. Energy & Fuels, 28 (2), pp. 1166-1174.
Chuck, C. J., Parker, H. J., Jenkins, R. W. and Donnelly, J., 2013. Renewable biofuel additives from the ozonolysis of lignin. Bioresource Technology, 143, pp. 549-554. Item availability may be restricted.
Jenkins, R. W., Munro, M., Nash, S. and Chuck, C. J., 2013. Potential renewable oxygenated biofuels for the aviation and road transport sectors. Fuel, 103, pp. 593-599.
Chuck, C. J., Jenkins, R. W., Bannister, C. D., Han, L. and Lowe, J. P., 2012. Design and preliminary results of an NMR tube reactor to study the oxidative degradation of fatty acid methyl ester. Biomass and Bioenergy, 47, pp. 188-194.
Chuck, C. J., Bannister, C. D., Jenkins, R. W., Lowe, J. P. and Davidson, M. G., 2012. A comparison of analytical techniques and the products formed during the decomposition of biodiesel under accelerated conditions. Fuel, 96, pp. 426-433.
Jenkins, R., 2014. Renewable liquid transport fuels from microbes and waste resources. Thesis (Doctor of Philosophy (PhD)). University of Bath.