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- Daniela Parra-Ramírez; Alfredo Martinez; Carlos Ariel Cardona
- Biochemical engineering journal 2018 v.140 pp. 123-129
- Escherichia coli; biofuels; biomass; computer software; corn stover; economic analysis; energy; ethanol; ethanol production; fermentation; fossil fuels; glucose; hydrolysates; microorganisms; pollution; raw materials; xylose
- ... Currently, the production of energy from fossil fuels is generating great pollution. For this reason, alternatives to these fuels that are less polluting, such as biofuels, have been sought. These can be produced from hydrolysates containing glucose and xylose. Metabolic engineered microorganisms are required to consume both sugars and to improve the feasibility of these processes. In this paper, ...
- Md Shahadat Hossain; Constantinos Theodoropoulos; Abu Yousuf
- Biochemical engineering journal 2019 v.144 pp. 89-103
- bioethanol; biomass; computer software; corn stover; economic feasibility; energy efficiency; fossil fuels; furfural; heat; lignocellulose; liquids; profitability; surveys
- ... In a quest of alternative energy source of fossil fuels, lignocellulosic biomass is intensively studying to produce different liquid fuels and chemicals. Both fuel (bioethanol) and chemical (furfural) were produced simultaneously in this study through two different production routes, biochemical and thermochemical route. Actually, this study firstly defined production pathway in details for each p ...