cellulose and cellulignin from sugarcane bagasse

A Novel Cellulase from an Endophyte Penicillium Sp

An endophytic fungus identified as Penicillium sp CPF2 (NFCCI 2862) was used to evaluate the activity of its cellulolytic enzymes to degrade pretreated sugarcane bagasse and characterize the cellulase enzymes Different substrates were evaluated for optimum cellulase production by CPF2 The best activities for FPase (1 2 IU/ml) endocellulase (19 IU/ml) xylanase (40 IU/ml) and β

Bioethanol Production from Sugarcane Bagasse by a

In general Brazilian sugarcane bagasse variety has cellulose concentrations in the ranges of 38–46% hemicellulose in 19–32% lignin in 19–31% and ash and extractives between 1 0–3% and 6 9% respectively After acid hydrolysis of SB the solid fraction was separated from hemicellulosic hydrolysate Pretreated SB was also

Mass balance of pilot

Mass balance of pilot-scale pretreatment of sugarcane bagasse by steam explosion followed by alkaline delignification George J M Rochaa ⇑ Carlos Martnb c Vincius F N da Silvad Edgardo O Gmeza Adilson R Gonalvesd a Brazilian Bioethanol Science and Technology National Laboratory – CTBE P O Box 6170 CEP 13083-970 Campinas – SP Brazil

Paper: Optimization of lactic acid production using the

The lignocellulosic materials such as sugarcane bagasse consisting of cellulose hemicellulose and lignin represent one of the most abundant renewable resources that can be used as raw material for the production of organics acids by fermentation processes In this context the lactic acid has applications in the food industries pharmaceutical chemical cosmetics and the highlighted is

Sugarcane bagasse fiber and its cellulose

Read Sugarcane bagasse fiber and its cellulose nanocrystals for polymer reinforcement and heavy metal adsorbent: a review Cellulose on DeepDyve the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips

RESEARCH Open Access A novel promising Trichoderma

sugarcane bagasse in natura Bruno Benoliel1 The conversion of cellulose to glucose involves the concerted action of three classes of enzymes: endo-β-1 4-glucanases (EC 3 2 1 4) exo-cellobiohydrolases (EC 3 2 1 91) and β-glucosidases (β-D-glucosidic gluco-hydrolases EC 3 2 1 21) Hydrolytic enzymes represent a considerable cost in industrial biofuel plants On-site enzyme

Printability of HDPE/Natural Fiber Composites with High

In this paper a continuous polymeric matrix highly filled with fiber of sugarcane bagasse has been obtained and its feasibility as an ink-absorbing material has been evaluated In order to study the effect of the amount of cellulose fiber on the surface printability contact angle measurement using different liquids—water-based inks ethanol and ink for ink-jet printers—and printing tests

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process of

Using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin crystalline cellulose and carboxymethyl cellulose 51 7 g L-1 41 7 g L-1 and 13 8 g L-1 of ethanol was obtained respectively at the end of 55 hrs of fermentation The highest ethanol productivity (0 94 g L-1 hrs-1) was achieved using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin The use of a

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Multi-scale structural and chemical analysis of sugarcane bagasse in the process of sequential acid Martn C Rocha GJM Santos JRA Wanderley MCA Gouveia ER: Enzyme loading dependence of cellulose hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse Quim Nova 2012 35: 1927-1930 10 1590/S0100-40422012001000007 Article Google Scholar 24 Shogren RL Peterson SC Evans KO Kenar JA

Optimization of Solid State Fermentation for Reducing

bagasse cellulignin and cellulose pulp) were then analyzed by the methods of Goering and Vansoest (1970) [8] to evaluate cellulose hemicellulose lignin and ash content in the biomass After suitable periods of time reducing sugar was extracted from the fermented medium by adding 100 ml distilled water to each flask The flasks were then shaken at 200 rpm for 2 hr at 60 o C The suspended

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process of

Using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin crystalline cellulose and carboxymethyl cellulose 51 7 g L -1 41 7 g L -1 and 13 8 g L -1 of ethanol was obtained respectively at the end of 55 hrs of fermentation The highest ethanol productivity (0 94 g L -1 hrs -1 ) was achieved using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin The use of a recombinant S cerevisiae led to extremely low

PRODUCTION OF LEVULINIC ACID FROM SUGARCANE BAGASSE

PRODUCTION OF LEVULINIC ACID FROM SUGARCANE BAGASSE Thesis Submitted in fulfilment of the academic requirements for the MASTERS IN APPLIED SCIENCES (CHEMISTRY) By Lethiwe Debra Mthembu Faculty of Applied Sciences Department of Chemistry Durban University of Technology Durban South Africa 2015 i PREFACE The work described in this thesis was performed by the author under

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process of different cellulosic substrates using a recombinant Saccharomyces cerevisiae harbouring the β-glucosidase gene In Brazil the production of ethanol from sugarcane produces large amounts of lignocellulosic residues (bagasse and straw) which have been driving research and development for the production of second generation ethanol

Cellulase production by Penicillium funiculosum and its

Cellulase production by Penicillium funiculosum and its application in the hydrolysis of sugar cane bagasse for second generation ethanol production by fed batch operation Author: Maeda Roberto Nobuyuki Barcelos Carolina Arajo Anna Ldia Maria Melo Santa Pereira Nei Source: Journal of biotechnology 2013 v 163 pp 38-44 ISSN: 0168-1656 Subject: Talaromyces funiculosus bioreactors

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Starch-Based Biopolymer Reinforced with High Yield Fibers from Sugarcane Bagasse as a Technical and Environmentally Friendly Alternative to High Density Polyethylene Ana M Jimnez b Francesc X Espinach c * Marc Delgado-Aguilar Rafel Reixach d Germn Quintana b Pere Fullana-i-Palmer a e and Pere Mutj Greener composites as alternatives to more common materials should also

EFFECT OF ANTHRAQUINONE ON PULPING OF PRETREATED SUGARCANE

Abstract: The aim of this work is the production of dissolving pulps from sugarcane bagasse for cellulose derivatives production The pulps were produced by soda delignification process with or without anthr aquinone of sugarcane bagasse pretreated by steam explosion The soda-anthraquinone process showed to be more advantageous with 32 17% less cellulose degradation than for soda

Printability of HDPE/Natural Fiber Composites with High

In this paper a continuous polymeric matrix highly filled with fiber of sugarcane bagasse has been obtained and its feasibility as an ink-absorbing material has been evaluated In order to study the effect of the amount of cellulose fiber on the surface printability contact angle measurement using different liquids—water-based inks ethanol and ink for ink-jet printers—and printing tests

Cellulase production by Penicillium funiculosum and its

This study aimed to produce a cellulase blend and to evaluate its application in a simultaneous saccharification and fermentation (SSF) process for second generation ethanol production from sugar cane bagasse The sugar cane bagasse was subjected to pretreatments (diluted acid and alkaline) as for disorganizing the ligocellulosic complex and making the cellulose component more amenable to

Enzymatic hydrolysis of pretreated sugar cane bagasse

Sugarcane bagasse was kindly provided by Dedini S A (Piracicaba SP Brazil) The bagasse and cellulignin compositions were determined by chemical hydrolysis with H2SO4 which was performed in two steps according to the procedures established by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) [11 12] 2 3 Crystallinity analysis of pretreated bagasse Materialcrystallinity

1 Introduction

Sugarcane bagasse was kindly provided by Usina So Francisco located in Sertaozinho SP Brazil The hemicellulosic hydrolysate was prepared in hydrolysis reactor (200 L) using H 2 SO 4 98% as a catalyst in a ratio of 100 mg H 2 SO 4 /g of dry material for 20 minutes at 121C [10 – 12] The hydrolysate was separated from solid material via filtration

A novel promising Trichoderma harzianum strain for the

Sugarcane bagasse hydrolysis In natura sugarcane bagasse (SCB) used as substrate in the hydrolysis assays was provided by Costa Pinto Mill (Piracicaba SP Brazil) This biomass was also subjected to pretreatments to generate partially delignified cellulignin (PDC) Acid and alkali pretreatments were carried out to increase the cellulose

Simultaneous saccharification and fermentation process of

Using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin crystalline cellulose and carboxymethyl cellulose 51 7 g L-1 41 7 g L-1 and 13 8 g L of ethanol was obtained respectively at the end of 55 hrs of *Corresponding author fermentation The highest ethanol productivity (0 94 g L-1 hrs-1) was achieved using sugarcane bagasse pretreated cellulignin The use of a recombinant S cerevisiae led to

Process Plant Design and Feasibility of an Acetone

Sugarcane bagasse enters the ball mill at a rate of 44 250 kg/h to be homogenized at a size of 0 212 to 1 18 mm The bagasse is then washed and sent to a heating vessel together with 200 340 kg/h of 2 wt% sulfuric acid solution The mixture is then pumped to 300 kPa and sent to converted to sugars while the cellulose and lignin

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Multi-scale structural and chemical analysis of sugarcane bagasse in the process of sequential acid–base pretreatment and ethanol production by Scheffersomyces shehatae and Saccharomyces cerevisiae Anuj K Chandel 1 Felipe AF Antunes 1 Virgilio Anjos 2 Maria JV Bell 2 Leonarde N Rodrigues 2 Igor Polikarpov 3 Eduardo R de Azevedo 3 Oigres D Bernardinelli 3 Carlos A Rosa

RESEARCH ARTICLE Open Access Environmental assessment of

Sugarcane bagasse (SB) is the preferred choice of raw material for ethanol production in countries like Brazil India and China where it is generated in plentiful amount every year [4 5] SB like any other lignocellulosic material is a complex polymer which is consisted of three major constituents such as cellulose hemicellulose and lignin In

XII Seminrio Brasileiro de Tecnologia Enzimtica ENZITEC 2016

XII Seminrio Brasileiro de Tecnologia Enzimtica ENZITEC 2016 Enzymatic hydrolysis of sugarcane bagasse pre-treated by alkaline solution in fluidized bed reactor Felipe A F Antunes1 Guilherme F D Peres1 Thas S S Milessi2 Letcia E S Ayabe1 Jlio C dos Santos1 and Silvio S da Silva1 *Engineering School of Lorena University of So Paulo Estrada Municipal do Campinho s

Comparative analysis of 2G sugars production from

Comparative analysis of 2G sugars production from sugarcane bagasse after pre-treatment with nitric acid and sodium hydroxide J J Ascencio 1 L F O Flores R R Philippini1 P Abdeshahian1 S S Da Silva1 A K Chandel * 1Department of Biotechnology School of Engineering of Lorena University of Sao Paulo Lorena SP 12 -602 810 Brazil Keywords: pre-treatment sugarcane bagasse nitric

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