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Biobutanol production using pea pod waste as substrate: Impact of drying on saccharification and fermentation

Increasing worldwide energy consumption and limited availability of fossil fuels propelled the researchers to develop advanced fuels (biobutanol) for its commercial development. In the present work, pea pod waste from vegetable sector was investigated for biobutanol production using C. acetobutylicu... Full description

Journal Title: Renewable energy 2018-03, Vol.117, p.520-529
Main Author: Nimbalkar, Pranhita R
Other Authors: Khedkar, Manisha A , Chavan, Prakash V , Bankar, Sandip B
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title: Biobutanol production using pea pod waste as substrate: Impact of drying on saccharification and fermentation
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  • Nimbalkar, Pranhita R
  • Khedkar, Manisha A
  • Chavan, Prakash V
  • Bankar, Sandip B
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  • 215 Chemical engineering
  • Acetic acid
  • Analysis
  • Biobutanol
  • Biological products
  • Cellulose
  • Drying
  • Energy minerals
  • Fermentation
  • Fossil fuels
  • Organic acids
  • Pea pod waste
  • Peas
  • Renewable Energy
  • Saccharification
  • Sustainability
  • the Environment
  • Vegetable industry
ispartof: Renewable energy, 2018-03, Vol.117, p.520-529
description: Increasing worldwide energy consumption and limited availability of fossil fuels propelled the researchers to develop advanced fuels (biobutanol) for its commercial development. In the present work, pea pod waste from vegetable sector was investigated for biobutanol production using C. acetobutylicum B 527 through series of steps viz. compositional analysis, drying study, saccharification, detoxification, and fermentation. Proximate analysis suggested that pea pod waste is rich in holocellulose content with 32.08% of cellulose and 21.12% of hemicellulose on dry basis and hence has a huge potential to be used as carbon source during biobutanol production. In order to enhance storability and subsequent saccharification, drying kinetics of pea pod waste was carried out in varied temperature range (60–120 °C) and the experimental data was simulated by using moisture diffusion control model. Saccharification of pea pod waste samples resulted into total sugar release of 30–48 g/L. Subsequently, 95% phenolics and 30% acetic acid were removed using activated charcoal detoxification. The acetone-butanol-ethanol (ABE) fermentation of detoxified pea pod waste slurries resulted in 4.25–5.94 g/L total solvents with about 50% sugar utilization. Overall, the utilization of pea pod waste will serve as basis for valorization of vegetable waste biomass for ABE production. •Exploitation of pea pod waste; a vegetable waste biomass for biobutanol production.•Mathematical modeling elucidate that drying kinetics follows 1st order dependency.•Effectual total sugar release in range of 30–48 g/L using dilute acid hydrolysis.•Activated charcoal detoxification significantly removed more than 95% of phenolics.•Substantial ABE production by pea-pod hydrolysate was approximately 6 g/L.
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abstractIncreasing worldwide energy consumption and limited availability of fossil fuels propelled the researchers to develop advanced fuels (biobutanol) for its commercial development. In the present work, pea pod waste from vegetable sector was investigated for biobutanol production using C. acetobutylicum B 527 through series of steps viz. compositional analysis, drying study, saccharification, detoxification, and fermentation. Proximate analysis suggested that pea pod waste is rich in holocellulose content with 32.08% of cellulose and 21.12% of hemicellulose on dry basis and hence has a huge potential to be used as carbon source during biobutanol production. In order to enhance storability and subsequent saccharification, drying kinetics of pea pod waste was carried out in varied temperature range (60–120 °C) and the experimental data was simulated by using moisture diffusion control model. Saccharification of pea pod waste samples resulted into total sugar release of 30–48 g/L. Subsequently, 95% phenolics and 30% acetic acid were removed using activated charcoal detoxification. The acetone-butanol-ethanol (ABE) fermentation of detoxified pea pod waste slurries resulted in 4.25–5.94 g/L total solvents with about 50% sugar utilization. Overall, the utilization of pea pod waste will serve as basis for valorization of vegetable waste biomass for ABE production. •Exploitation of pea pod waste; a vegetable waste biomass for biobutanol production.•Mathematical modeling elucidate that drying kinetics follows 1st order dependency.•Effectual total sugar release in range of 30–48 g/L using dilute acid hydrolysis.•Activated charcoal detoxification significantly removed more than 95% of phenolics.•Substantial ABE production by pea-pod hydrolysate was approximately 6 g/L.
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