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Bioethanol production from palm wood using Trichoderma reesei and Kluveromyces marxianus

Author:
Raja Sathendra, E., Baskar, G., Praveenkumar, R., Gnansounou, Edgard
Source:
Bioresource technology 2019 v.271 pp. 345-352
ISSN:
0960-8524
Subject:
Trichoderma reesei, agitation, bioethanol, ethanol production, hydrolysates, hydrolysis, inoculum, lignin, pH, temperature, topology, wood
Abstract:
In the present work, palm wood was pretreated using hydrothermal technique in conjunction with chemical method for removal of lignin. Pretreated palm wood was subjected to hydrolysis using Trichoderma reesei MTCC 4876. Subsequently bioethanol was produced using palm wood hydrolysate by Kluveromyces marxianus MTCC 1389. RSM was used to identify the non-linear relationship and optimize various process parameters such as parameters such as pH, temperature, agitation rate, substrate concentration and inoculum size for bioethanol production. ANN constructed with 5-2-1 topology was also used to optimize process parameters. The experimental bioethanol yield of 22.90 g/l was obtained at ANN optimum conditions of temperature 45 °C, agitation rate 156 rpm, pH 5, substrate concentration 8% (v/v) and inoculum size 3.2% (v/v).
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6162580