Production of Ethanol from Sugarcane Molasses
Ethanol is a potential energy source and its production from renewable biomass has gained lot of popularity. There has been worldwide research to produce ethanol from regional inexpensive substrates. The present study deals with the optimization of process parameters (viz Ph, Substrate conc, Urea conc) for ethanol production from sugar cane molasses. Sugar cane molasses are cheapest source of ethanol production it can also produce from wheat, sugar beet and corn etc. The study was carried out by process of parameter optimization. The process parameters optimized were substrate conc, pH and urea conc. The values of the process parameters are 30% substrate conc, pH 4.5 and urea conc 0.5%. Fermentation period was 7 to 8 days at 28°C.
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