Sustainable biobutanol production from pineapple waste by using Clostridium acetobutylicum B 527: Drying kinetics study

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Sustainable biobutanol production from pineapple waste by using Clostridium acetobutylicum B 527: Drying kinetics study. / Khedkar, Manisha; Nimbalkar, Pranhita; Gaikwad, Shashank; Chavan, Prakash; Bankar, Sandip.

In: Bioresource Technology, Vol. 225, 2017, p. 359–366.

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Khedkar, Manisha ; Nimbalkar, Pranhita ; Gaikwad, Shashank ; Chavan, Prakash ; Bankar, Sandip. / Sustainable biobutanol production from pineapple waste by using Clostridium acetobutylicum B 527: Drying kinetics study. In: Bioresource Technology. 2017 ; Vol. 225. pp. 359–366.

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title = "Sustainable biobutanol production from pineapple waste by using Clostridium acetobutylicum B 527: Drying kinetics study",
abstract = "Present investigation explores the use of pineapple peel, a food industry waste, for acetone-butanol- ethanol (ABE) production using Clostridium acetobutylicum B 527. Proximate analysis of pineapple peel shows that it contains 35{\%} cellulose, 19{\%} hemicellulose, and 16{\%} lignin on dry basis. Drying experiments on pineapple peel waste were carried out in the temperature range of 60–120 C and experimental drying data was modeled using moisture diffusion control model to study its effect on ABE production. The pro- duction of ABE was further accomplished via acid hydrolysis, detoxification, and fermentation process. Maximum total sugar release obtained by using acid hydrolysis was 97 g/L with 95–97{\%} and 10–50{\%} removal of phenolics and acetic acid, respectively during detoxification process. The maximum ABE titer obtained was 5.23 g/L with 55.6{\%} substrate consumption when samples dried at 120 C were used as a substrate (after detoxification).",
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