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Page: Biochemistry and Microbiology
primary crops, currently being used or considered for ethanol production can be categorised by agricultural and processrelated properties. The concentration of fermentable carbohydrates and other parameters in feedstocks, used for ethanol production are highly variable (see table 1). !General ethanol feedstock ...
Other labels: carbohydrates, ethanol, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, microbiology, biochemistry, narrative-text
Page: Bioethanol production of 1st generation
Today, maize and sugar cane are the major feedstocks for world´s ethanol production with more than 50 billion litres of ethanol per year. In figure 1 and table 1, possible starchrich and sugarrich feedstocks for ethanol production, as well as their feedstock characteristics ...
Other labels: technology, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, table
Page: Bioethanol production of 2nd generation
Brazil, the production of bioethanol is based on sugar cane as feedstock, in the US and Europe, bioethanol is produced primarily from starch (cereal and corn). The European market in biofuels is expected to increase considerably in the near future. Within the next decade, a wider use of renewable ...
Other labels: biomass, lignocellulosic-materials, hemicellulose, milling, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, lignin
Page: Hydrolysis of lignocellulosic biomass
Hydrolysis is a chemical process, where a molecule is cleaved into two parts by adding a molecule of water. One fragment of the molecule gains a hydrogen ion (H ). The other group collects the remaining hydroxyl group (OH − ). After pretreatment of lignocellulosic material, the cellulose ...
Other labels: bacteria, sscf, ssf, fungi, shf, lignocellulosic-materials, fermentation, bioethanol
Page: Pre-treatment
Firstly, lignocellulosic material has to be sizereduced and pretreated for alteration and removal of structural and compositional impediments (physical disruption) to hydrolysis. Therefore, the rate of enzymatic hydrolysis as well as yields of accessible, fermentable sugars from cellulose and hemicellulose can be increased. Through pretreatment ...
Other labels: technology, pre-treatment, lignocellulosic-materials, bioethanol, bioenergy, narrative-text
Page: Processing of lignocellulosic material to bioethanol
conversion of lignocellulosic material to monomeric sugars (e.g. C5 and C6 sugars) is more difficult than the conversion of starch. There are numerous features, which have to be considered additionally, compared to bioethanol production using sugar\ or starchbased feedstocks. One of them is an ...
Other labels: ssf, lignocellulosic-materials, fermentation, feedstock, bioethanol, biofuel, bioenergy, hydrolysis
Page: Production of bioethanol using starchy materials
processes for production of bioethanol, more precisely the milling, the liquefaction, the fermentation, the distillation and the other downstreaming processes are similar for the various starchy feedstocks. Therefore, representative for all bioethanol production processes, using starchy feedstocks, here is only given a demonstration of the maize ...
Other labels: maize, dry-grind-process, wet-milling-process, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, starch, narrative-text
Page: Production of bioethanol using sugar crops
Economic production of fuel ethanol from sugarrich feedstocks requires efficient recovery of sucrose from the harvested crop. The processes for extracting juice and the downstreaming processes are similar for the various sugarrich feedstocks. Therefore, representative for all bioethanol production processes, using ...
Other labels: milling, sucrose, ethanol, sugar-cane, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, crop
Page: Starchy feedstocks
Starchy materials (e.g. wheat, corn and barley,...) are the most important and utilized feedstocks for production of bioethanol (especially in North America and Europe). Over all starchy feedstocks, corn is the dominant cereal grain, used for the production of ethanol worldwide. In figure 1 ...
Other labels: carbohydrates, rye, barley, wheat, maize, potato, feedstock, bioethanol
Page: Technology
Generally, bioethanol production can be classified into three main types, depending on used/converted feedstocks (figure 1): 1.  Bioethanol production of 1st generation Bioethanol production of 1{}st generation is made on the one hand from starchy ...
Other labels: biomass, technology, algae, feedstock, bioethanol, bioenergy, classification, narrative-text
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