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- 1Air Currents Assisted Particle Separation
Contamination by lactic acid bacteria is a major source of inefficiency in the bioethanol industry. Contaminated fermentations exhibit lowered ethanol yields and contamination events often require shutdown of the entire process for cleaning and decontamination. The first objective of this study...
Fermentation of Air Currents Assisted Particle Separation (ACAPS) by-product streams from barley for bioethanol productionDownload
To offset biofuel production costs, a biorefining approach was employed that enables the co-production of high-value products. Barley starch concentrate is a by-product generated during isolation of β-Glucan from barley grains via the Air Currents Assisted Particle Separation (ACAPS)...
Bioethanol industry is fast growing as it is a clean substitute of fossil-fuel. Starch is a clean, cheap & non-toxic source for bioethanol production. Efficient conversion of starch to fermentable sugars is important. The objective of this research was to investigate the effect of non-starch...