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  • Continuous Starch Saccharification by Glucoamylase

    2015-5-19 · Starch saccharification by glucoamylase following liquefaction, has completely been done efficiently within 52 s by hydrolysis of dextrin through an In-Line Static Mixer Reactor (ISMR). Saccharifiction through ISMR took at least 23 h shorter time when compared to a conventional saccharification method using stirred tank reactor.

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  • Saccharification | Novozymes

    Nasib Qureshi, in Biorefineries, 2014. 10.4.4 Use of Lignocellulosic Biomass 10.4.4.1 Simultaneous saccharification, fermentation, and recovery. In an attempt to combine saccharification, fermentation, and recovery into one unit operation, Shah and Lee [33, 34] produced butanol from aspen wood chips using C. acetobutylicum ATCC 824. The chips were pretreated with monoethanolamine (MEA) at 186 ...

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  • Saccharification - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    2021-2-17 · 3.3.2.1 Saccharification. Saccharification of cellulosic waste materials was conducted using mutant strains obtained from Trichoderma reesei QM-9414 by mutation, (Section 3.2.2), as sources of cellulase enzymes (6, 7). A high titer, low cost cellulase was obtained in our laboratory subsequent to extensive studies on optimum culturing of these strains as described in Section 3.2.3.

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  • 3.3 Saccharification of cellulosic waste materials

    Enzymatic Saccharification . Saccharification of bagasse samples was carried out in triplicate using 30-mL reaction volumes in 50m-L screw-capped centrifuge tubes with shaking at 130 rpm at 50 °C. Fifty millimolar citrate-phosphate buffer was used to adjust the pH to 4.5. The reaction tubes were preheated at before the enzymes were added.

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  • Demonstration‐scale enzymatic saccharification of

    2021-2-17 · High-concentration saccharification was conducted by the batch method. An example using bagasse as the biomass source is shown in Fig. 3-12. Low-concentration saccharification was performed by the continuous method, the volume of biomass being adjusted to between 3 and 6%.

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  • Methane Potential and Enzymatic Saccharification of

    2017-5-9 · TANK ERECTION – Conventional Method. 1. Sheet by Sheet Method/Conventional Method: Bottom and annular plate erection, then lower course shell erection, finally upper course. Advantages. a. Suitable for all diameters and height b. Dimensional Control - Shell and bottom shape close to designed ones. Disadvantages. a. Long duration of Erection ...

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  • 3.5 Alcohol production using an integrated pilot plant

    2019-2-1 · As for the latter, saccharification yield improved by between 3 and 21% (Fig. 3C), most notably at lower enzymatic loadings. Specifically, spruce treated with the explosive discharge achieved a saccharification yield of 47% at an enzyme load of 22.5 FPU/g, whereas 45 FPU/g was required to reach the same yield without explosion.

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  • Microbial biogas production from hydrolysis lignin ...

    2018-3-9 · The microbial inoculum used in this experiment was collected from a full-scale continuously stirred tank reactor (CSTR) (Biowaz, Tomb, Norway) running with food waste and cow manure at mesophilic temperature (~ 37 °C). Dry matter (DM) content of the inoculum was 4.5%, the volatile solid (VS) content was 2.9%, and the pH was 7.8.

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  • Effect of mixing on enzymatic hydrolysis of steam ...

    2011-5-11 · By contrast, studies using stirred bioreactors indicated a positive correlation between impeller speed and the rate of EH or performance in simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) [7-9]. However, these studies compared only two different impeller speeds and/or different impeller types to change the mixing in the reactor.

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    Opening hours. TIB Conti-Campus Monday to Friday: 08:00 to 23:00 Saturday and Sunday: 09:00 to 20:00. TIB Technik/Naturwissenschaften (Science/Technology) Monday to Friday: 09:00

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  • Scale-up of high-solid enzymatic hydrolysis of steam ...

    2015-8-8 · The importance of flow conditions during scale-up of high-solid enzymatic hydrolysis of steam-pretreated spruce was demonstrated by comparing hydrolysis rates between laboratory (2 L) and demonstration (4 m3) scale. A positive effect of increased agitation speed on the rate of enzymatic hydrolysis was found regardless of scale. Importantly, the hydrolysis rate was higher at the larger …

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  • Constraints and advances in high-solids enzymatic ...

    Effect of water constraint. Water is a key factor in the enzymatic hydrolysis of biomass polysaccharides, as it functions as a reactant in the cleavage of glycosidic bonds as well as the reaction medium that diffuses the enzymes, substrates, and sugars resulting from hydrolysis [].While there has been a significant amount of work on cellulose–enzyme interactions [35–37], the influence of ...

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  • PROCESSING METHOD FOR FRACTIONALLY

    The method according to claim 1, characterized in that in the step of the pulping, the ethanol self-catalyzed pulping comprises the steps of: cooking: subjecting the long fibers and an aqueous solution of 60% ethanol by volume to pulping in a high pressure reaction tank at 160° C. for 2 h; separation: after the cooking is completed, the ...

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  • (PDF) Life Cycle Assessment of Second Generation

    Life Cycle Assessment of Second Generation Biofuels Production Using High-Gravity Hydrolysis and Fermentation. Anne-marie Tillman. Matty Janssen. Anne-marie Tillman. Matty Janssen. Download PDF. Download Full PDF Package. This paper. A short summary of this …

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  • Co-production of biodiesel and bioethanol using ...

    2020-2-1 · Biofuels, generated using microalgae as sustainable energy, have received a lot of attention. Microalgae can be cultivated at low cost with CO2 and solar energy without competition from edible crops. Psychrophilic microalgae can be a suitable feedstock to produce biofuels without the environmental constraints of low temperatures, because they can grow below 10 °C.

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  • US8673112B2 - Method and device for thermal

    It is described a process for thermal hydrolysis and team explosion of biomass, said method comprising the steps of: (i) leading the biomass approximately continuous to a first preheating step and preheat the biomass, (ii) leading the preheated biomass into at least two reactors sequentially, (iii) heating and pressurising the reactor by addition of steam, (iv) keeping the reactor(s) at a ...

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  • ancient malt and ale : a morning with maltsters, part

    2016-10-12 · a morning with maltsters, part four. Making Malt: in the final presentation we were taken from ancient times and traditional floor malting into the present day, where modern germinating kilning vessels can make up to 500 tons of malt at a time, in a continuous batching process. Most of the malt made in Britain is used in the brewing and ...

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  • Marine Drugs | Free Full-Text | A Review on the ...

    The increased use of terrestrial crops for biofuel production and the associated environmental, social and ethical issues have led to a search for alternative biomass materials. Terrestrial crops offer excellent biogas recovery, but compete directly with food production, requiring farmland, fresh water and fertilizers. Using marine macroalgae for the production of biogas circumvents these ...

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  • Oxidoreductases and Reactive Oxygen Species in

    SUMMARY Biomass constitutes an appealing alternative to fossil resources for the production of materials and energy. The abundance and attractiveness of vegetal biomass come along with challenges pertaining to the intricacy of its structure, evolved during billions of years to face and resist abiotic and biotic attacks. To achieve the daunting goal of plant cell wall decomposition ...

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  • Applied and Environmental Microbiology Journal

    2011-3-8 · The root-rhizosphere interface of Populus is the nexus of a variety of associations between bacteria, fungi, and the host plant and an ideal model for studying interactions between plants and microorganisms. However, such studies have generally been confined to greenhouse and plantation systems. Here we analyze microbial communities from the root endophytic and rhizospheric habitats …

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  • Beer Brewing Equipment by Shandong Meto Beer

    Hotel beer brewing equipment is a good choice for ginshop, barbecue, restaurant, who brew beer for the customer at scene. The luxury shape, small space demanded, no only has the ornamental value, but also can show the whole process of the brewering to the customer, let them learn the deep cultural connotation of beer.

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  • #BeeryLongReads2018: Revisiting Brewing Methods |

    Unlike the old Bavarian method, the new Munich method employs more sophisticated equipment and a certain degree of automation using steam engines. Mash and lauter tuns are separate, and no full-sized Grand is used anymore. Doughing in happens with a pre-masher, and the initial mash temperature is reached by using water from a hot liquor tank.

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  • Energies | Free Full-Text | Granular Sludge Bed

    Granular sludge bed (GSB) anaerobic digestion (AD) is a well-established method for efficient wastewater treatment, limited, however, by the wastewater particle content. This review is carried out to investigate how and to what extent feed particles influence GSB to evaluate the applicability of GSB to various types of slurries that are abundantly available. Sludge bed microorganisms evidently ...

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  • ancient malt and ale : a morning with maltsters, part

    2016-10-12 · a morning with maltsters, part four. Making Malt: in the final presentation we were taken from ancient times and traditional floor malting into the present day, where modern germinating kilning vessels can make up to 500 tons of malt at a time, in a continuous batching process. Most of the malt made in Britain is used in the brewing and ...

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  • (PDF) Lignocellulosic bioethanol production:

    To meet the worldwide rapid growth of industrialization and population, the demand for the production of bioethanol as an alternative green biofuel is gaining significant prominence. The bioethanol production process is still considered one of the

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  • Monoterpene production by the carotenogenic yeast ...

    2019-3-18 · The monoterpene synthases (MTS) selected for this study are listed in Table 1.Codon optimized MTS genes were cloned into a binary vector designed for Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation (ATMT) where expression is driven by the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase promoter (pGAPDH).An example of the vector harboring the Hypoxylon sp. E74060B Hyp3 1,8 …

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  • ancient malt and ale : 2016 - merryn.dineley.com

    2016-12-30 · The basket could be raised and lowered, effectively steeping the grain. It would germinate in the basket and was shaken at regular intervals to prevent the rootlets from matting. Green malt was dried in the sun. The method is described in detail here on the Briess Malt web page. I'm not so sure this was an efficient way to make large amounts of ...

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  • Energies | Free Full-Text | Granular Sludge Bed

    Granular sludge bed (GSB) anaerobic digestion (AD) is a well-established method for efficient wastewater treatment, limited, however, by the wastewater particle content. This review is carried out to investigate how and to what extent feed particles influence GSB to evaluate the applicability of GSB to various types of slurries that are abundantly available. Sludge bed microorganisms evidently ...

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  • Energy Journal Impact IF 2020-2021 | Analysis, Trend ...

    Energy. The 2019-2020 Journal Impact IF of Energy is 6.082, which is just updated in 2020. The highest Journal Impact IF of Energy is 6.082. The lowest Journal Impact IF of Energy is 3.487. The total growth rate of Energy IF is 74.4%. The annual growth rate of Energy IF is 8.3%.

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  • Monoterpene production by the carotenogenic yeast ...

    2019-3-18 · The monoterpene synthases (MTS) selected for this study are listed in Table 1.Codon optimized MTS genes were cloned into a binary vector designed for Agrobacterium tumefaciens mediated transformation (ATMT) where expression is driven by the glyceraldehyde-3-phosphate dehydrogenase promoter (pGAPDH).An example of the vector harboring the Hypoxylon sp. E74060B Hyp3 1,8 …

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  • Integrated algal and oil palm biorefinery as a model ...

    2021-5-20 · Background There has been a greater call for greener and eco-friendly processes and bioproducts to meet the 2030’s core agenda on 17 global sustainable development goals. The challenge lies in incorporating systems thinking with a comprehensive worldview as a guiding principle to develop the economy, whilst taking cognisance of the need to safeguard the environment, and to embrace the …

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  • Publications | f3 centre

    Direct combustion is the burning of biomass in open air, or, in the presence of excess air, converting the chemical energy stored in biomass into heat, mechanical power or electricity. Direct combustion is carried out using stoves, furnaces, steam turbines, or boilers at a temperature range starting at 800°C.

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  • PRODUCING AND ALTERING MICROBIAL

    Taken together, these results indicate the following advantages conferred using the method of the invention: Rapidly increased biomass yield, or reduced fermentation cycle time, using diluted hardwood and softwood hydrolysates; larger cells in some cases using hardwood hydrolysate when under higher osmotic pressure, useful for downstream ...

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  • #BeeryLongReads2018: Revisiting Brewing Methods |

    Unlike the old Bavarian method, the new Munich method employs more sophisticated equipment and a certain degree of automation using steam engines. Mash and lauter tuns are separate, and no full-sized Grand is used anymore. Doughing in happens with a pre-masher, and the initial mash temperature is reached by using water from a hot liquor tank.

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  • US7678403B2 - Whole grain non-dairy milk

    A method comprising selection of unbroken whole grain rice that are first washed, or whole grain corn that is first reduced in size, and then making an aqueous slurry that is subsequently wet milled to release all the protein, fat, fiber, and starch components normally held in the structure of the grain. The resulting slurry can be reacted with heat to gelatinize the starch and the subsequent ...

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  • Impact of down-stream processing on functional

    2021-2-24 · Each tank was randomly stocked with 45 fish. ... were determined using the thermal noise method 59 and were found to be ... T. H. et al. Demonstration-scale enzymatic saccharification of …

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  • Lignocellulosic bioethanol production: prospects of ...

    2018-8-24 · To meet the worldwide rapid growth of industrialization and population, the demand for the production of bioethanol as an alternative green biofuel is gaining significant prominence. The bioethanol production process is still considered one of the largest energy-consuming processes and is challenging due to the limited effectiveness of conventional pretreatment processes, saccharification ...

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  • Scientific References - Bioprocess Control

    UNI TS 11703: Method for the measurement of the potential production of methane from wet anaerobic digestion – Matrices in feed. UNI Standard: UNI TS 11703 Comitato Termotecnico Italiano (CTI) (2018) This technical specification defines a laboratory method, in batch, for the quantitative and specific evaluation of the maximum methane production obtainable as a result of the ...

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  • Quantitative comparison of the biomass-degrading

    2020-11-20 · The agar plates used for growth of the fungi and subsequent extraction of secretomes were prepared as previously described 26, using modified Mandels …

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  • franconia | Daft Eejit Brewing

    Unlike the old Bavarian method, the new Munich method employs more sophisticated equipment and a certain degree of automation using steam engines. Mash and lauter tuns are separate, and no full-sized Grand is used anymore. Doughing in happens with a pre-masher, and the initial mash temperature is reached by using water from a hot liquor tank.

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  • Shut up about Barclay Perkins: 1950's decoction

    2021-6-1 · Rest whole mash at 70º C (saccharification rest) Draw off second mash and quickly bring to the boil Boil second mash for 5 minutes Aufmaischen at 76º C and mashout The standard single decoction method is scarcely used in practice. The decoction effect is very small. Beers made this way taste similar to those made using an infusion mash.

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  • (PDF) THE ALCOHOL TEXTBOOK 4 TH EDITION THE

    THE ALCOHOL TEXTBOOK 4 TH EDITION THE ALCOHOL TEXTBOOK 4 TH EDITION A reference for the beverage, fuel and industrial alcohol industries A reference for the beverage, fuel and industrial alcohol industries

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  • Shut up about Barclay Perkins: 1930's decoction

    2021-6-2 · Ethan - A proper acid rest is usualy done overnight to adjust mash PH from using high PH water. Home brewers just add Phosphous acid to adjust and/or I use bottled spring water. I learned the Triple Decoction Method using the kettle rests at protein and saccharification temperatures from G. Noonan ‘s book Brewing Lager Beer.

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  • Brewing and Distilling Yeasts | Graham G. Stewart

    This book is an overview considering yeast and fermentation. The similarities and differences between yeasts employed in brewing and distilling are reviewed. The implications of the differences during the production of beer and distilled products (potable and industrial) are discussed. This Handbook includes a review of relevant historical ...

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