Fuqing Xu
Fuqing Xu
Department of Human Settlements and Civil Engineering, Xi'an Jiaotong University
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Pretreatment of lignocellulosic biomass for enhanced biogas production
Y Zheng, J Zhao, F Xu, Y Li
Progress in energy and combustion science 42, 35-53, 2014
Anaerobic digestion of food waste–Challenges and opportunities
F Xu, Y Li, X Ge, L Yang, Y Li
Bioresource technology 247, 1047-1058, 2018
Challenges and strategies for solid-state anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic biomass
L Yang, F Xu, X Ge, Y Li
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 44, 824-834, 2015
Improving the sustainability of organic waste management practices in the food-energy-water nexus: A comparative review of anaerobic digestion and composting
L Lin, F Xu, X Ge, Y Li
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 89, 151-167, 2018
Solid-state anaerobic digestion of lignocellulosic biomass: Recent progress and perspectives
X Ge, F Xu, Y Li
Bioresource Technology 205, 239-249, 2016
Comparison of different liquid anaerobic digestion effluents as inocula and nitrogen sources for solid-state batch anaerobic digestion of corn stover
F Xu, J Shi, W Lv, Z Yu, Y Li
Waste Management 33 (1), 26-32, 2013
Solid-state anaerobic co-digestion of hay and soybean processing waste for biogas production
J Zhu, Y Zheng, F Xu, Y Li
Bioresource technology 154, 240-247, 2014
Arsenic and antimony co-contamination influences on soil microbial community composition and functions: relevance to arsenic resistance and carbon, nitrogen, and sulfur cycling
Y Li, M Zhang, R Xu, H Lin, X Sun, F Xu, P Gao, T Kong, E Xiao, N Yang, ...
Environment International 153, 106522, 2021
Solid-state co-digestion of expired dog food and corn stover for methane production
F Xu, Y Li
Bioresource technology 118, 219-226, 2012
Predicting the methane yield of lignocellulosic biomass in mesophilic solid-state anaerobic digestion based on feedstock characteristics and process parameters
F Xu, ZW Wang, Y Li
Bioresource technology 173, 168-176, 2014
A mass diffusion-based interpretation of the effect of total solids content on solid-state anaerobic digestion of cellulosic biomass
F Xu, ZW Wang, L Tang, Y Li
Bioresource technology 167, 178-185, 2014
Giant reed: A competitive energy crop in comparison with miscanthus
X Ge, F Xu, J Vasco-Correa, Y Li
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 54, 350-362, 2016
Effects of microbial and non-microbial factors of liquid anaerobic digestion effluent as inoculum on solid-state anaerobic digestion of corn stover
J Shi, F Xu, Z Wang, JA Stiverson, Z Yu, Y Li
Bioresource Technology 157, 188-196, 2014
Mathematical modeling of solid-state anaerobic digestion
F Xu, Y Li, ZW Wang
Progress in Energy and Combustion Science 51, 49-66, 2015
Reactor performance and energy analysis of solid state anaerobic co-digestion of dairy manure with corn stover and tomato residues
Y Li, F Xu, Y Li, J Lu, S Li, A Shah, X Zhang, H Zhang, X Gong, G Li
Waste Management 73, 130-139, 2018
Effects of total ammonia nitrogen concentration on solid-state anaerobic digestion of corn stover
Z Wang, F Xu, Y Li
Bioresource Technology 144, 281-287, 2013
Biological treatment of organic materials for energy and nutrients production—Anaerobic digestion and composting
L Lin, F Xu, X Ge, Y Li
Advances in Bioenergy 4, 121-181, 2019
Comparison of solid-state anaerobic digestion and composting of yard trimmings with effluent from liquid anaerobic digestion
L Lin, L Yang, F Xu, FC Michel Jr, Y Li
Bioresource technology 169, 439-446, 2014
Microwave-assisted co-pyrolysis of microwave torrefied biomass with waste plastics using ZSM-5 as a catalyst for high quality bio-oil
Q Bu, Y Liu, J Liang, HM Morgan Jr, L Yan, F Xu, H Mao
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 134, 536-543, 2018
Comparison of digestate from solid anaerobic digesters and dewatered effluent from liquid anaerobic digesters as inocula for solid state anaerobic digestion of yard trimmings
F Xu, F Wang, L Lin, Y Li
Bioresource technology 200, 753-760, 2016
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