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ECHI-T Large Bio-ethanol Project from Sweet Sorghum in P.R. China and Italy
by ETA, Florence, Italy
Written in English
|Contributions||Giuliano Grassi (Editor), Alberto Douglas Scolti (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||55|
The decline in the use of fossil fuels in the future is due to the gradual depletion of their reserves and related environmental issues. Biofuels including ethanol are presented as a renewable alternative to fossil fuels. However, ethanol production, generally from sugarcane demands the use of agricultural land and other natural resources, with emphasis on water and other nutrients. The ethanol potential for sweet sorghum. See More Successful Farming Radio Episodes. For related content and insights from industry experts, sign up for Successful Farming newsletters. Sign up. Most Recent Poll. Will you attend a trade show in the next 3 months? Definitely will.
Abstract. This paper describes the results of a life cycle assessment of sweet sorghum stalk (SSS)-based ethanol in North China. We determined the environmental performance of SSS-based ethanol and examined its advantages and disadvantages, as compared to gasoline, focusing on the life cycle of feedstock production, transportation, ethanol production and distribution, and use. Introduction U.S. DOE Vision for Bioenergy/Bioproducts* 25 15 20 n tage (%) 1 s 0 5 10 Perce 30 o wer B ioFuels B Time (Year) ioProduct 20 BioP BioPower - Biomass share of electricity & heat demand in utilities and industry.
Ethanol production plants. Ethanol production plants construction requires a deep specialization that De Smet Engineers & Contractors processes over years of experience in projects implementation around the world and a very capable team of engineers that masters every detail of this business as well as all the technical capabilities required.. In the same way it extended its activities from. Sweet sorghum can produce large quantities of both readily fermentable carbohydrate, and fiber for conversion via enzymatic hydrolysis, per unit land area. In fact, on the average, sweet sorghum produces more carbohydrate per unit land area than maize in the drought-prone southeastern Piedmont of the United States (Parrish et al. ).
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The ECHI-T project aims at elaborating a technical, economical and financial feasibility study on integrated bio-energy/bio-ethanol/DDG (Distillers' Dried Grains) production from Sweet Sorghum. ECHI-T: Large Bio-Ethanol Project from Sweet Sorghum in China and. Italy. Energia Trasporti Agricoltura, Florence, Italy, more workers are needed than in the large-scale system In the.
Sweet sorghum with its juicy stem containing sugars equivalent to that of sugarcane is a very good alternative for bio-ethanol production to meet the energy needs of the country.
Highlights Evaluation of three post-harvest treatments of the sweet sorghum varieties: M81, Topper, Theis, on sugar extraction and fermentation: juice extracted from the stalk, the whole plant, and the plant without panicle.
The linear relationship found for the fermentable sugar concentration and Brix degrees can predict the potential ethanol yield by field analytical test. The variety and Cited by: 3.
Sweet sorghum for ethanol production. Sorghum [Sorghum bicolor (L) Moench] is considered to be one of the most important food and fodder crops in arid and semi-arid regions of the ly, it occupies about 45 million hectares, with Africa and India accounting for about 80% of the global acreage (Reddy et al., ).Like grain sorghum, sweet sorghum, a warm-season crop.
Although sweet sorghum is considered as an important food resource in some countries, such as India, China, which uses sweet sorghum juice (SSJ) to produce syrup, the Thai government promotes sweet sorghum to be used as an energy crop for large-scale ethanol.
Assessing viability of bio-ethanol production from sweet sorghum in India. Energy PolicyDOI: / Laban K. Rutto, Yixiang Xu, Michael Brandt, Shuxin Ren, Maru K. Kering. Juice, Ethanol, and Grain Yield Potential of Five Sweet Sorghum (Sorghum bicolor [L.] Moench) Cultivars.
The use of sweet sorghum and sugar beet is complementary. Sweet sorghum, through its high energetic and sugar potential, has its place in the non-food crops’ policy of C.A.P.
(energetic fallow). The production of sweet juice of beet is known for long date in Wallonia. Sugar sorghum is also a sucrose containing crop. It yields large amount of biomass and sugar due to its high photosynthetic efficiency (Giorgis et al, ).
Starchy materials Starch is converted to sugar by saccharification followed by fermentation. Today. Sorghum. Sweet sorghum Rio harvested in October was kindly provided by Prof. Wang (Chinese Academy of Agriculture Engineering, China).
Leaves and husks were stripped from the fresh stalks by hand and stored in the freezer at − 20 °C. Following thawing at room temperature, the stalks were cut into small particles.
The present study evaluates the exploitation of juice and bagasse of five varieties of sweet sorghum for bioethanol production which can further improve the energy yield of the crop. The sweet sorghum varieties, GK-coba, Mn, Ramada, Mn and SS, were analyzed for their productivity, and sugar and fiber contents.
The experiment was carried out in pots, using a 5 × 6 factorial design: (i) a sorghum-free control and four sweet sorghum hybrids (CVSWCVSWCVSW and XBSW ), besides a.
The article presents an integrated method for evaluating water stress from sweet sorghum-based fuel ethanol in China. The region for developing sweet sorghum was identified from the perspective of. Li Haibin, The substance production and sugar accumulation in sweet sorghum, 2. Ma Zhihong, Study on sugar forming law of sweet sorghum, 3.
Li Zhenwu, The analysis of internode brix degree of sweet sorghum, Liaoning Agricultural Science,6. Wan Liang Chai, How to produce non-alcohol drink, China Food Publishing House.
Sweet Sorghum Ethanol Production. Department Biological & Agricultural Engineering Publication Date Jan. 1, Authors Matthew Veal Mari S. Chinn Larry Stikeleather Matthew B. Whitfield.
Keywords: Grains; Ethanol; Sorghum; View/Download PDF. Related Publications. N.C. Cooperative Extension prohibits discrimination and harassment regardless of. Ethanol production from sweet sorghum juice by Saccharomyces cerevisiae NP01 was investigated under very high gravity (VHG) fermentation and various carbon adjuncts and nitrogen sources.
When sucrose was used as an adjunct, the sweet sorghum juice containing total sugar of g l(-1), 3 g yeast extract l(-1) and 5 g peptone l(-1) gave the.
Ethanol from non-food grain feedstocks is considered advanced biofuels in China. The government and private investors are increasingly interested in using cassava and sweet sorghum, but high operating costs have limited expansion of production capacity.
Ethanol fermentation also produces large quantities of CO2 as a co-product contributing to global warming. (2) Methods: Sweet sorghum has emerged as a potential new feedstock for ethanol production.
In the present study, the CO2 produced in sweet sorghum juice (SSJ) fermentation was captured by absorption in 5 M NaOH. The availability of feedstock options is a key to meeting the volumetric requirement of billion liters of renewable fuels per year beginning inas required in the US Energy Independence and Security Act.
Life-cycle greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions of sorghum-based ethanol need to be assessed for sorghum to play a role in meeting that requirement. Large bio-ethanol project from Sweet Sorghum in China and Italy. The ECHI-T project aims at elaborating a technical, economical and financial feasibility study on integrated bio-energy/bio-ethanol/DDG (distiller’s dried grains) production from Sweet Sorghum.
The main goal of the project is to attract private capital investors.The economic feasibility of producing ethanol from sweet sorghum juice is projected using Monte Carlo simulation models to estimate the price ethanol plants will likely have to pay for sweet sorghum and the uncertain returns for ethanol plants.
Ethanol plants in high yielding regions will likely generate returns on assets of 11%% and in low yield areas the returns on assets will be less.1. Bioresour Technol.
Apr; doi: /ch Epub Feb Production of ethanol from sweet sorghum bagasse pretreated with different chemical and physical processes and saccharified with fiber degrading enzymes.