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Reducing the Cost of Ethanol Production Through the Use of a Continuous Membrane Bioreactor
Munir Cheryan (ed.). Focuses on the 3rd step & the stillage treatment part of the 4th step in the production of fuel ethanol from corn: fermentation of glucose to ethanol, & downstream processing, i.e., separation of ethanol from the fermentation broth. The objective was to develop a continuous high-rate process for the conversion of corn starch hydrolyzate into ethanol. The goal was to reduce fermentation time, but equally important was the production of a clarified fermentation broth which would improve subsequent stripping & distillation operations, & reduce or perhaps eliminate stillage handling. This was to be accomplished using the Continuous Membrane Bioreactor. Illustrated.
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