Anastasia Zabaniotou
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Utilization of sewage sludge in EU application of old and new methods—A review
D Fytili, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 12 (1), 116-140, 2008
Agricultural residues as precursors for activated carbon production—a review
O Ioannidou, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 11 (9), 1966-2005, 2007
Towards sewage sludge based biofuels via thermochemical conversion–A review
P Manara, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 16 (5), 2566-2582, 2012
Thermal degradation studies and kinetic modeling of cardoon (Cynara cardunculus) pyrolysis using thermogravimetric analysis (TGA)
T Damartzis, D Vamvuka, S Sfakiotakis, A Zabaniotou
Bioresource technology 102 (10), 6230-6238, 2011
Thermochemical conversion of biomass to second generation biofuels through integrated process design—A review
T Damartzis, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 15 (1), 366-378, 2011
Production and characterization of activated carbons from olive-seed waste residue
GG Stavropoulos, AA Zabaniotou
Microporous and Mesoporous Materials 82 (1-2), 79-85, 2005
Comparative assessment of municipal sewage sludge incineration, gasification and pyrolysis for a sustainable sludge-to-energy management in Greece
MC Samolada, AA Zabaniotou
Waste management 34 (2), 411-420, 2014
Pyrolysis of used automobile tires and residual char utilization
AA Zabaniotou, G Stavropoulos
Journal of analytical and applied pyrolysis 70 (2), 711-722, 2003
Algae as promising feedstocks for fermentative biohydrogen production according to a biorefinery approach: a comprehensive review
C Sambusiti, M Bellucci, A Zabaniotou, L Beneduce, F Monlau
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 44, 20-36, 2015
Activated carbon from olive kernels in a two-stage process: Industrial improvement
A Zabaniotou, G Stavropoulos, V Skoulou
Bioresource technology 99 (2), 320-326, 2008
Enhanced mercury adsorption in activated carbons from biomass materials and waste tires
G Skodras, I Diamantopoulou, A Zabaniotou, G Stavropoulos, ...
Fuel processing technology 88 (8), 749-758, 2007
Investigating the potential for energy, fuel, materials and chemicals production from corn residues (cobs and stalks) by non-catalytic and catalytic pyrolysis in two reactor …
O Ioannidou, A Zabaniotou, EV Antonakou, KM Papazisi, AA Lappas, ...
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 13 (4), 750-762, 2009
Soil contamination by heavy metals: Measurements from a closed unlined landfill
A Kasassi, P Rakimbei, A Karagiannidis, A Zabaniotou, K Tsiouvaras, ...
Bioresource Technology 99 (18), 8578-8584, 2008
Preparation of activated carbons from agricultural residues for pesticide adsorption
OA Ioannidou, AA Zabaniotou, GG Stavropoulos, MA Islam, TA Albanis
Chemosphere 80 (11), 1328-1336, 2010
A new concept for enhancing energy recovery from agricultural residues by coupling anaerobic digestion and pyrolysis process
F Monlau, C Sambusiti, N Antoniou, A Barakat, A Zabaniotou
Applied Energy 148, 32-38, 2015
Features of an efficient and environmentally attractive used tyres pyrolysis with energy and material recovery
N Antoniou, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and sustainable energy reviews 20, 539-558, 2013
Life cycle assessment applied to egg packaging made from polystyrene and recycled paper
A Zabaniotou, E Kassidi
Journal of Cleaner production 11 (5), 549-559, 2003
Syngas production from olive tree cuttings and olive kernels in a downdraft fixed-bed gasifier
V Skoulou, A Zabaniotou, G Stavropoulos, G Sakelaropoulos
International journal of hydrogen energy 33 (4), 1185-1194, 2008
Investigation of agricultural and animal wastes in Greece and their allocation to potential application for energy production
V Skoulou, A Zabaniotou
Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews 11 (8), 1698-1719, 2007
Olive residues (cuttings and kernels) rapid pyrolysis product yields and kinetics
AA Zabaniotou, G Kalogiannis, E Kappas, AJ Karabelas
Biomass and bioenergy 18 (5), 411-420, 2000
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