Bioethanol Production by Fermentation is an Energy Balance Process

E. Moawad
Considerable research is aimed at determining the mechanism by which ethanol produced from food ­ waste leachate (FWL) using S. cerevisiae as inoculums when subjected to an optimized fermentation process, to be predictable and controllable. The wide range of reduced sugar concentration (RSC), from low (35 gm per liter) to very high (100 gm per liter), estimated statistically is responsible for costs increasing besides risks of FWL contamination. A mathematical model is presented that describes:...
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