Jeffrey Seay
Jeffrey Seay
Professor of Chemical and Materials Engineering, University of Kentucky
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A multidisciplinary decision support tool for evaluating multiple biorefinery conversion technologies and supply chain performance
S Sukumara, W Faulkner, J Amundson, F Badurdeen, J Seay
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 16 (6), 1027-1044, 2014
Current trends and directions in achieving sustainability in the biofuel and bioenergy supply chain
JR Seay, FF Badurdeen
Current opinion in chemical engineering 6, 55-60, 2014
Education for sustainability: Developing a taxonomy of the key principles for sustainable process and product design
JR Seay
Computers & Chemical Engineering 81, 147-152, 2015
Reverse engineering of plastic waste into useful fuel products
PA Owusu, N Banadda, A Zziwa, J Seay, N Kiggundu
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 130, 285-293, 2018
An appropriate technology based solution to convert waste plastic into fuel oil in underdeveloped regions
CA Joshi, JR Seay
J. Sustain. Dev 9 (4), 133, 2016
Characterization of banana peels wastes as potential slow pyrolysis feedstock
I Kabenge, G Omulo, N Banadda, J Seay, A Zziwa, N Kiggundu
J. Sustain. Dev 11, 14, 2018
A comprehensive techno-economic analysis tool to validate long-term viability of emerging biorefining processes
S Sukumara, J Amundson, F Badurdeen, J Seay
Clean Technologies and Environmental Policy 17 (7), 1793-1806, 2015
Incorporating environmental impact assessment into conceptual process design: A case study example
JR Seay, MR Eden
Environmental progress & sustainable energy 28 (1), 30-37, 2009
Optimizing slow pyrolysis of banana peels wastes using response surface methodology
G Omulo, N Banadda, I Kabenge, J Seay
Environmental Engineering Research 24 (2), 354-361, 2018
A bayesian network based approach for risk modeling to aid in development of sustainable biomass supply chains
J Amundson, W Faulkner, S Sukumara, J Seay, F Badurdeen
Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 30, 152-156, 2012
Multidisciplinary approach in developing region specific optimization tool for sustainable biorefining
S Sukumara, J Amundson, W Faulkner, F Badurdeen, J Seay
Computer Aided Chemical Engineering 30, 157-161, 2012
International Partnership Helping to Bring Appropriate Biofuel Technology to Rural Cameroon
J Seay, I Zama, B Butler
International Journal for Service Learning in Engineering, Humanitarian …, 2012
Characterization of slow pyrolysis wood vinegar and tar from banana wastes biomass as potential organic pesticides
G Omulo, S Willett, J Seay, N Banadda, I Kabenge, A Zziwa, N Kiggundu, ...
Journal of Sustainable Development 10 (3), 81-92, 2017
Optimization of an appropriate technology based process for converting waste plastic in to liquid fuel via thermal decomposition
D DeNeve, C Joshi, A Samdani, J Higgins, J Seay
Journal of Sustainable Development 10 (2), 116-124, 2017
Incorporating Risk Assessment and Inherently Safer Design Practices into Chemical Engineering Education.
JR Seay, MR Eden
Chemical Engineering Education 42 (3), 141-146, 2008
Glucose recovery from different corn stover fractions using dilute acid and alkaline pretreatment techniques
D Aboagye, N Banadda, R Kambugu, J Seay, N Kiggundu, A Zziwa, ...
Journal of Ecology and Environment 41 (1), 26, 2017
A perspective on challenges and prospects for applying process systems engineering tools to fermentation-based biorefineries
K Darkwah, BL Knutson, JR Seay
ACS Sustainable Chemistry & Engineering 6 (3), 2829-2844, 2018
Analysis of accident data for the bioenergy sector based on second generation feedstocks
J Seay, E Lunghi, A Rehman, B Fabiano
Chemical Engineering Transactions 57, 781-786, 2017
Combining ability and heterosis of selected grain and forage dual purpose sorghum genotypes
S Chikuta, TL Odong, F Kabi, P Rubaihayo, A BomBom, P Okori, P Gibson, ...
Journal of Agricultural Science 9 (2), 2017
Biomass supply, demand, and markets
JR Seay, F You
Biomass supply chains for bioenergy and biorefining, 85-100, 2016
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