Erik Furusjö
Erik Furusjö
Adjunct Professor at Luleå University of Technology, Senior Researcher RISE Bioeconomy
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PM10 source characterization at urban and highway roadside locations
E Furusjö, J Sternbeck, AP Cousins
Science of the total environment 387 (1-3), 206-219, 2007
The importance of outlier detection and training set selection for reliable environmental QSAR predictions
E Furusjö, A Svenson, M Rahmberg, M Andersson
Chemosphere 63 (1), 99-108, 2006
A method for the determination of reaction mechanisms and rate constants from two-way spectroscopic data
E Furusjö, LG Danielsson
Analytica chimica acta 373 (1), 83-94, 1998
The palmitoyl groups of lung surfactant protein C reduce unfolding into a fibrillogenic intermediate
M Gustafsson, WJ Griffiths, E Furusjö, J Johansson
Journal of molecular biology 310 (4), 937-950, 2001
Two years experience of the BioDME project—a complete wood to wheel concept
I Landälv, R Gebart, B Marke, F Granberg, E Furusjö, P Löwnertz, ...
Environmental Progress & Sustainable Energy 33 (3), 744-750, 2014
Target testing procedure for determining chemical kinetics from spectroscopic data with absorption shifts and baseline drift
E Furusjö, LG Danielsson
Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory Systems 50 (1), 63-73, 2000
Performance of a pilot-scale entrained-flow black liquor gasifier
Y Jafri, E Furusjö, K Kirtania, R Gebart
Energy & Fuels 30 (4), 3175-3185, 2016
Co-gasification of black liquor and pyrolysis oil: Evaluation of blend ratios and methanol production capacities
J Andersson, E Furusjö, E Wetterlund, J Lundgren, I Landälv
Energy Conversion and Management 110, 240-248, 2016
Estimation of kinetic parameters from non-isothermal batch experiments monitored by in situ vibrational spectroscopy
E Furusjö, O Svensson, LG Danielsson
Chemometrics and intelligent laboratory systems 66 (1), 1-14, 2003
Fuel conversion characteristics of black liquor and pyrolysis oil mixtures: Efficient gasification with inherent catalyst
A Bach-Oller, E Furusjö, K Umeki
Biomass and Bioenergy 79, 155-165, 2015
Reduction of tar and soot formation from entrained-flow gasification of woody biomass by alkali impregnation
K Umeki, G Häggström, A Bach-Oller, K Kirtania, E Furusjö
Energy & Fuels 31 (5), 5104-5110, 2017
Kinetic study of catalytic gasification of wood char impregnated with different alkali salts
K Kirtania, J Axelsson, L Matsakas, P Christakopoulos, K Umeki, ...
Energy 118, 1055-1065, 2017
Study of the Crystallization of Mandelic Acid in Water Using in Situ ATR− IR Spectroscopy
VM Profir, E Furusjö, LG Danielsson, ÅC Rasmuson
Crystal growth & design 2 (4), 273-279, 2002
Co-gasification of pyrolysis oil and black liquor for methanol production
J Andersson, J Lundgren, E Furusjö, I Landälv
Fuel 158, 451-459, 2015
Evaluation techniques for two-way data from in situ Fourier transform mid-infrared reaction monitoring in aqueous solution
E Furusjö, LG Danielsson, E Könberg, M Rentsch-Jonas, B Skagerberg
Analytical chemistry 70 (9), 1726-1734, 1998
Experiments and mathematical models of black liquor gasification: influence of minor gas components on temperature, gas composition, and fixed carbon conversion
P Carlsson, M Marklund, E Furusjö, H Wiinikka, R Gebart
Tappi Journal 9 (9), 15-24, 2010
Methanol production via black liquor co-gasification with expanded raw material base–Techno-economic assessment
L Carvalho, J Lundgren, E Wetterlund, J Wolf, E Furusjö
Applied energy 225, 570-584, 2018
Techno-economic assessment of catalytic gasification of biomass powders for methanol production
L Carvalho, E Furusjö, K Kirtania, E Wetterlund, J Lundgren, M Anheden, ...
Bioresource technology 237, 167-177, 2017
Co-gasification of black liquor and pyrolysis oil at high temperature: Part 2. Fuel conversion
A Bach-Oller, K Kirtania, E Furusjö, K Umeki
Fuel 197, 240-247, 2017
Co-gasification of black liquor and pyrolysis oil at high temperature: Part 1. Fate of alkali elements
A Bach-Oller, K Kirtania, E Furusjö, K Umeki
Fuel 202, 46-55, 2017
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