fermentation for biofuels and bio-based chemicals

Biofuels and Bio

that are dedicated to production of biofuels or other bio-based chemicals In combination with studies of plant physiology and cell wall chemistry analytical enzymatic saccharification can provide information about the fundamental reasons behind lignocellulose recalcitrance as well as about the potential of collections of plants or different fractions of plants for industrial biorefining

Biofuels/Bio

High gravity saccharification and fermentation stand to be a challenging but yet crucial strategy for a cost-competing bioethanol production process Last but not least production of bio-based products of high added value seem to be an attractive way of lignocellulosic biomass utilization Our lab is investigating the biosynthesis of such

Bio

Project Bio-alcohols as a platform for the production of bio-based chemicals and advanced biofuels Anaerobic bacteria (Clostridia) are able to convert various carbohydrate-containing (waste)streams and C1-waste gasses (CO CO2 syngas) into a mixture of alcohols (butanol isobutanol isopropanol and ethanol) and acetone

Beyond Biofuels: Berkeley Lab Facility a Catalyst for

The process of fermentation in which microorganisms metabolize organic matter is often a requisite step in converting biomass to biofuels or other bioproducts and remains one of the ABPDU's core capabilities However in recent years the scope of the facility's activities has expanded to utilize a broader range of raw materials to produce a variety of bio-based material chemical and

Fermentation and Biochemical Engineering Handbook

Chapter 5 - Fermentation for Biofuels and Bio-Based Chemicals Steve Licht Pages 59-82 Not just menu items They are all products of naturally occurring fermentation processes that were in beneficial use at commercial scale long before humankind discovered or understood microbes—the agents that transform raw agricultural products into these savory and sour treats Part II: Equipment

Fermentation Process Development

For bio-based specialty chemicals an approach likely to see more attention in the future says RPI's Mattheos Koffas is one in which a complex intermediate is produced via a fermentation route and then finished in a conventional synthetic chemistry step to a final approach In one example of where this approach might be used Koffas and his research group have developed technology for

Fully utilizing biomass for biofuels and chemicals

Commercialization of cellulosic bioethanol is still under development due to low fermentation efficiency low ethanol titer high enzyme cost and high water consumption To overcome these technical barriers we have proposed a novel design to fully utilize each component of lignocellulosic biomass for biofuels and bio-chemicals production A

Biofuel

Biofuels can be produced from plants (i e energy crops) or from agricultural commercial domestic and/or industrial wastes (if the waste has a biological origin) Renewable biofuels generally involve contemporary carbon fixation such as those that occur in plants or microalgae through the process of photosynthesis Some argue that biofuel can be carbon-neutral because all biomass crops

DSM Bio

DSM is the co-inventor and exclusive licensor of Biosuccinium an innovative bio-based building block based on patented fermentation technology with a best-in-class environmental footprint Biosuccinium helps customers manufacture a growing array of everyday products that deliver high performance for everything from packaging to footwear and apparel to health and beauty and more

Sustainability Health

Factsheet 4: Bio-based Products and Services in the Circular Economy (PDF) 4: 2017-04: 1108: Free: Download Factsheet 5: Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) and Life Cycle Costing (LCC) (PDF) 3: 2017-07: 1037: Free: Download: nova-Paper #8 on bio-based economy: „Definition Calculation and Comparison of the „Biomass Utilization Efficiency (BUE)" of Various Bio-based Chemicals Polymers and Fuels

Fermentation and biochemical engineering handbook

Part I Fermentation 1 Fermentation Pilot Plant 2 Mammalian Cell Culture System 3 Bioreactors for Plant Cell Tissue and Organ Cultures 4 Nutritional Requirements in Fermentation Processes 5 Fermentation for Biofuels and Bio-Based Chemicals Part II Equipment Design 6 Fermentation Design 7 Agitation Part III Recovery 8 Filtration 9 Cross-Flow Filtration 10 Distillation for

Utilization of inulin

Utilization of inulin-containing waste in industrial fermentations to produce biofuels and bio-based chemicals Hughes SR(1) Qureshi N(2) Lpez-Nez JC(3) Jones MA(4) Jarodsky JM(4) Galindo-Leva L(3) Lindquist MR(5) Author information: (1)Renewable Product Technology Research Unit United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Agricultural Research Service (ARS) National Center

Fermentation and biochemical engineering handbook

A complete reference for fermentation engineers engaged in commercial chemical and pharmaceutical production Fermentation and Biochemical Engineering Handbook emphasizes the operation development and design of manufacturing processes that use fermentation separation and purification techniques Contributing authors from companies such as Merck Eli Lilly Amgen and Bristol-Myers

Fermentation Process Development

For bio-based specialty chemicals an approach likely to see more attention in the future says RPI's Mattheos Koffas is one in which a complex intermediate is produced via a fermentation route and then finished in a conventional synthetic chemistry step to a final approach In one example of where this approach might be used Koffas and his research group have developed technology for

Analytical enzymatic saccharification of lignocellulosic

Lignocellulosic feedstocks are an important resource for biorefining of renewables to bio-based fuels chemicals and materials Relevant feedstocks include energy crops residues from agriculture and forestry and agro-industrial and forest-industrial residues The feedstocks differ with respect to their recalcitrance to bioconversion through pretreatment and enzymatic saccharification which

Advanced Bioprocessing for Alternative Fuels Biobased

Advanced Bioprocessing for Alternative Fuels Bio-based Chemicals and Bioproducts: Technologies and Approaches for Scale-Up and Commercialization demonstrates novel systems that apply advanced bioprocessing technologies to produce biofuels bio-based chemicals and value-added bioproducts from renewable sources The book presents the use of novel oleaginous microorganisms and utilization

Biofuels and Bio

that are dedicated to production of biofuels or other bio-based chemicals In combination with studies of plant physiology and cell wall chemistry analytical enzymatic saccharification can provide information about the fundamental reasons behind lignocellulose recalcitrance as well as about the potential of collections of plants or different fractions of plants for industrial biorefining

Fermentation and biochemical engineering handbook

A complete reference for fermentation engineers engaged in commercial chemical and pharmaceutical production Fermentation and Biochemical Engineering Handbook emphasizes the operation development and design of manufacturing processes that use fermentation separation and purification techniques Contributing authors from companies such as Merck Eli Lilly Amgen and Bristol-Myers

Biobased Chemicals Update 2020 – Bioplastics News

26/03/2020Biofuels and Bio-based products (chemicals materials) can be produced in single product processes however the production in integrated biorefinery processes producing both bio-based products and secondary energy carriers (fuels power heat) in analogy with oil refineries is probably a more efficient approach for the sustainable valorisation of biomass resources in a future biobased

Opportunities for the fermentation

The fermentation-based chemical industry while growing is still small compared to petrochemicals Oil and gas are mainly used for energy and only a small share for chemicals – ca 4% and another 4% for the energy required to make the chemicals The concerns and uncertainties about climate change have produced another relevant development

Bio

Ed de Jong Heinz Stichnothe Geoff Bell and Henning Jrgensen (EIA Bioenergy) Since the first issue of the IEA Bioenergy Task 42 report on bio-based chemicals in 2011 the importance of a circular economy has become evident In the transition to a circular economy chemicals and materials produced from biomass will play a key role This update of the 2011 report addresses the main biobased

Gas fermentation for commodity chemicals and fuels

James Philp Bio‐Based Chemicals and Sustainability Encyclopedia of Water 10 1002/9781119300762 (1-17) (2019) Wiley Online Library Flvio C F Baleeiro Sabine Kleinsteuber Anke Neumann Heike Struber Syngas-aided anaerobic fermentation for medium-chain carboxylate and alcohol production: the case for microbial communities Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 10 1007/s00253

Bio

Bio-based Chemical Production from Arundo donax Feedstock Fermentation using Cosenzaea myxofaciens BPM1 Valeria Ventorino a Alessandro Robertiello a Sharon Viscardi a Annamaria Ambrosanio a Vincenza Faraco b and Olimpia Pepe a * Bio-based organic acids are an eco-friendly alternative to petroleum-derived products