product diversification in the sugarcane biorefinery

Materials

The SFE process in the proposed biorefinery enabled product diversification by producing not only bixin but also tocotrienols–rich extract It should be noted that currently the bioactive compound bixin is the unique target extracted compound by the food industries which has being obtained mostly by the extraction with an alkaline solution [ 16 ]

Biorefineries: Current Status Challenges and Future

2006/6/27A system similar to a petroleum refinery is required to produce fuels and useful chemicals from biomass and is known as a biorefinery Biorefineries have been categorized in three phases based on the flexibility of input processing capabilities and product generation

Life Cycle Assessment of Biobutanol Production Integrated to Sugarcane

New sugarcane biorefinery routes considering the integral use of biomass have become more important to the Moreover it is expected that a further diversification of the product portfolio of the sugarcane biorefineries will improve their robustness againstuse of

Product diversification in the sugarcane biorefinery

2018/12/1It will be evaluated the roll of product diversification in the sugarcane biorefinery by evaluating a high added-value product carotenoids production from microalgae Supercritical technology for extraction will be evaluated comparing different operational strategies: direct use of wet microalgae use of microalgae pretreatment and use of ethanol as co-solvent during the supercritical CO 2

Techno

2020/7/6Sugarcane bagasse is an abundant agroindustrial bioresource from production of ethanol and sugar which could be used as raw material to obtain advanced biofuels electric energy among other high added-value green products in biorefineries This work shed light on necessary integration of state-of-art characterization of critical physico-chemical properties with techno-economic aspects of

Product diversification in the sugarcane biorefinery

Embracing the biorefinery concept this sector is investigating bioproduct diversification and mostly putting a lot of effort and investment on second generation ethanol production In this context the investigation of the integration of a third generation biofuel production using microalgae to the sugarcane biorefinery seems an important starting point

AN ASSESSMENT OF SELECTED SCENARIOS JF GORGENS MA

depend directly or indirectly on the sugar industry for their livelihoods It has been proposed that product diversification by annexing sugarcane biorefineries to existing sugar mills has the potential to improve the long term sustainability of South African sugar mills

Advances in Sugarcane Biorefinery

Abstract Biorefinery development will contribute to production of fuels and chemicals in a more sustainable way Sugarcane biorefineries are in further development in Brazil where ethanol has been produced and used as a fuel since the 1970s In this chapter we

Materials

The SFE process in the proposed biorefinery enabled product diversification by producing not only bixin but also tocotrienols–rich extract It should be noted that currently the bioactive compound bixin is the unique target extracted compound by the food industries which has being obtained mostly by the extraction with an alkaline solution [ 16 ]

Revitalizing the sugarcane industry by adding value to

In all seven scenarios of single‐ or multi‐product(s) biorefinery annexed to an existing sugar mill were developed and assessed Due to the integration benefits all scenarios studied delivered an internal rate of return (IRR) between 24 1–61 1% significantly above the required discount rate of 9 7%

Biorefinery and Sugarcane

The biorefinery concept can solve this problem Analogous to an oil refinery a biorefinery can produce many value-added products from sugarcane such as glycerol bioethanol inositol carbon dioxide succinic acid aconitic acid and an animal feed ingredient

Techno

2020/7/6Sugarcane bagasse is an abundant agroindustrial bioresource from production of ethanol and sugar which could be used as raw material to obtain advanced biofuels electric energy among other high added-value green products in biorefineries This work shed light on necessary integration of state-of-art characterization of critical physico-chemical properties with techno-economic aspects of

Life Cycle Assessment of Biobutanol Production Integrated to Sugarcane

New sugarcane biorefinery routes considering the integral use of biomass have become more important to the Moreover it is expected that a further diversification of the product portfolio of the sugarcane biorefineries will improve their robustness againstuse of

$60M FNQ biorefinery to create 130 jobs

a biorefinery in another Queensland sugarcane region by US biotechnology company Amyris which would create 70 operational jobs The company aims to produce 23 000 tonnes a year of a sugar cane-based ingredient called farnesene used in products including cosmetic emollients fragrances fuels solvents lubricants and nutraceuticals

Thermo

2018/12/1Based on these results we can infer that the presented product diversification strategy can play an important role in enhancing the sugarcane biorefinery economic feasibility The sugarcane sector has embraced the biorefinery concept and the search for economically and environmentally feasible processes integrated to the conventional mills are evaluated by researchers and the industry

Life Cycle Assessment of Biobutanol Production Integrated to Sugarcane

New sugarcane biorefinery routes considering the integral use of biomass have become more important to the Moreover it is expected that a further diversification of the product portfolio of the sugarcane biorefineries will improve their robustness againstuse of

Materials

The SFE process in the proposed biorefinery enabled product diversification by producing not only bixin but also tocotrienols–rich extract It should be noted that currently the bioactive compound bixin is the unique target extracted compound by the food industries which has being obtained mostly by the extraction with an alkaline solution [ 16 ]

Sugarcane biorefineries: case studies applied to the

The biorefinery is the true valuable option of a wide diversification with by-products like the single cell protein and biogas from the distillery vinasse new oxidants like methanol methanol Subject Category: Chemicals and Chemical Groups see more details

Competitive advantages of sugarcane industry "ideal" to

The Brazilian sugarcane industry she said is at the core of a variety of new trends taking on commitments to continuously promote innovation and a low carbon economy "The Brazilian sugarcane industry has a promising future in terms of product diversification

DEVELOPMENT AND VERIFICATION OF AN ASPEN PLUS MODEL OF A SUGARCANE BIOREFINERY

and process development on the diversification of the product portfolio (Naidoo et al 2018) Dependent on the products their market price and demand as well as the economies of scale impacting on process economics biorefinery products could be produced from parts of the

Beyond ethanol sugar and electricity: a critical review of

The present review provides an overview of the possibilities for sugarcane mills to diversify the portfolio of products from sugarcane biomass – beyond ethanol sugar and electric energy The work initially considers the integrated production of market‐ready sugarcane‐derived products such as animal feed industrial salts and hydrocarbons in existing Brazilian plants

based sugarcane biorefinery route by experimental

Thermo-economic evaluation of enzymaticbased sugarcane biorefinery route by experimental design approach: Identifying and overcoming bottlenecks Juliana Albarelli1 * Diego T Santos1 Adriano V Ensinas2 Franois Marechal2 M Angela A Meireles1 1

Neither 1G nor 2G fuel ethanol: setting the ground for a

Sugarcane is considered the most efficient crop for fuel ethanol production and a major player in energy diversification and sustainable development Production of fuel ethanol from a mixture of sugarcane juice and molasses has been termed first-generation (1G) ethanol fuel ethanol or bioethanol

DEVELOPMENT AND VERIFICATION OF AN ASPEN PLUS MODEL OF A SUGARCANE BIOREFINERY

and process development on the diversification of the product portfolio (Naidoo et al 2018) Dependent on the products their market price and demand as well as the economies of scale impacting on process economics biorefinery products could be produced from parts of the

Bagasse: Properties Production and Uses

Sugarcane bagasse is considered a by-product of the sugar-alcohol industries However in the last few decades this biomass has been used mainly for energy generation Considering the widespread uses of sugarcane bagasse the authors begin with a focus on detailed information about the main producers of sugarcane and world availability for its plantation

A methodological approach to sugar mill diversification and

Sugar industry diversification is complex being constrained by biophysical and socioeconomic conditions Ongoing work has shown the sugarcane industry's potential as biorefinery or its sustainable use by offering products as raw material However few studies