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  • TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE EFFLUENT USING

    2016-9-9 · the treated bagasse. ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROPHOTOMETER (AAS): It is an instrument used to quantify the concentration of heavy metals in a given sample type. ELECTRONIC WEIGHING BALANCE: This is an tronic device used in measuring elec the quantity of the Bagasse i.e. the mass of Bagasse that is to be treated.

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  • What is Bagasse | IGI Global

    Bagasse is the dry pulpy fibrous residue that remains after sugarcane or sorghum stalks are crushed to extract their juice. It is used as a biofuel for the production of heat, energy, and electricity, and in the manufacture of pulp and building materials.

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

    This steam treatment (discontinuous or continuous) is done in autoclaves, where bagasse is subjected to water steam at 15–25 bar for 5–20 min. Under these conditions, hemicellulose undergoes hydrolysis and releases organic acids that serve as catalysts.

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  • Depithing Bagasse

    2012-4-30 · Process Changes as adopted: These alternatives for depithing of bagasse, In place of putting bagasse in mechanical depithers or hammerers, the chemical treatment by soaking process was adopted, to avoid any type of physical losses of fiber. Chemical treatment by pre-treatment solution at ambient temperature is just a pre requisite for opening up the crystalline structure of bagasse, which is …

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  • What Is Bagasse Used For | Greenweimo

    2020-4-2 · So what is Bagasse Used for? Bagasse is widely used as composite boards, biological culture media, and papermaking. More and more attention. What Is Bagasse Used For ? The comprehensive utilization of bagasse has been integrated into the comprehensive utilization project of sugar factories, and some unique utilization modes have been formed.

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse | SpringerLink

    Advances in industrial biotechnology offer potential opportunities for economic utilization of agro-industrial residues. Sugarcane bagasse is the major by-product of the sugar cane industry. It contains about 50% cellulose, 25% hemicellulose and 25% lignin.

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  • Analysis of Sugarcane Bagasse, Cellulose Content of ...

    Sugarcane bagasse is the solid residue that remains after sugarcane, a C4 plant, has been crushed and the juice removed. In an ideal sugar mill the maximum amount of sucrose would be extracted during the milling process with little left in the sugarcane bagasse. Hence, the bagasse will represent a predominately lignocellulosic feedstock.

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse Pretreatment Methods for Ethanol ...

    protection. Sugarcane bagasse is a renewable resource that can be used to produce ethanol and many other value-added products. In this study, we demonstrate that cane processed bagasse could be used to produce fuel grade ethanol without saccharification. A chemical pre-treatment process using alkaline peroxide and acid hydrolysis was

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  • (PDF) BAGASSE AS AN ADSORBENT FOR THE

    Proceedings of the WasteSafe 2013 – 3rd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries 10-12 February 2013, Khulna, Bangladesh Paper ID: 126 BAGASSE AS AN ADSORBENT FOR THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT OF A COMPOSITE KNIT INDUSTRY Arif Reza PhD Student, Department of Environmental Science, Kangwon National University, 1 …

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  • Innovation of Bagasse in Pulp & Paper Industry

    Bagasse features require different treatment compared to general processing of wood chips. » Storage of bagasse for longer periods leads it to biological action that can rapidly lead the material to severe color degradation, yield loss and degradation of fiber properties. So, special methods of storage are in demand.

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse Pretreatment Methods for Ethanol ...

    2018-11-5 · Lignocellulosic biomass such as sugarcane bagasse (SCB) is a renewable and abundant source for ethanol production. Sugarcane bagasse is composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, extractives, and several inorganic materials. Pretreatment methods of SCB are necessary for the successful conversion of SCB to ethanol. Each pretreatment process has a specific effect on the …

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  • TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER BY USING

    2019-7-30 · treatment of industrial waste water is main goal.in this experiment sugarcane bagasse is used as low cost adsorbent. 1.2 OBJECTIVES The Main objective of this work is towards study the effect of treatment of waste water using sugarcane bagasse.

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  • Using Bagasse and Aluminum Sulfate-Modified

    Industrial cutting fluid wastewater (CFW) is considered as hazardous substance due to its detrimental effects to the environment and workers welfare. Treatment of this type of wastewater was sometimes disregarded due to lack of knowledge and resources. However, adsorption, a straightforward approach, was used in this study to address this problem. The feasibility of the bagasse and modified ...

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  • CELLULOSIC ETHANOL PRODUCTION FROM SUGARCANE

    Each flask was placed in a shaker at 100 rpm to ensure that all of the bagasse came into contact with the treatment solution. This experiment was repeated for H2O2 concentrations of 0, 2, and 5%. DI water was substituted for H2O2 for the 0% H2O2 treatment level. In addition, a DI water control without the pH adjustment was used in

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  • Peroxide−Acetic Acid Pretreatment To Remove

    2021-3-12 · After treatment with 69.1% peroxide−HAc at 80 °C for 26.5 h, 97.08% of lignin could be removed while keeping 68.24% hemicelluloses intact. Over 93.58% of carbohydrate in treated bagasse could be hydrolyzed with exoglucanase in a dosage of 138 FPU/g carbohydrates at 35 °C within 48 h.

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  • UTILIZATION OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE IN THE

    2012-12-10 · groundwater treatment when it gave the highest percentage of removal for those parameters such as turbidity, color, total suspended solid, total coliform and heavy metal at optimum hydraulic retention time (hrt)of 30 minutes compared to the GAC. Keyword: Utilization, Sugarcane Bagasse, Groundwater Treatment, Activated Carbon 1. INTRODUCTION

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  • Structural evaluation of sugar cane bagasse steam ...

    2012-5-22 · Previous studies on the use of SO2 and CO2 as impregnating agent for sugar cane bagasse steam treatment showed comparative and promising results concerning the cellulose enzymatic hydrolysis and the low formation of the inhibitors furfural and hydroxymethylfurfural for the use of CO2 at 205°C/15 min or SO2 at 190°C/5 min. In the present study sugar cane bagasse materials pretreated …

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  • Extraction and Characterization of Bagasse Fibres from ...

    The paper reported a comparative study of the methods of extraction of vegetable fibres encountered in the literature; three main ones was chose, namely: combing, retting with pre-treatment of the bagasse in salt and distilled water, and Chemical extraction at three concentration levels of soda (2N, 1N, 0.1N) with pre-treatment of bagasse with salt water and distilled water.

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  • Chemical Treatments Of Bagasse Natural Fibre And ...

    2021-5-27 · (Bagasse) and polymer to be used for the production of this composite and to see how best or to what extent the fibre–matrix interphase can be improved by carrying out various chemical treatments on the fibre and observing its effect on the finished composite produced.

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  • (PDF) BAGASSE AS AN ADSORBENT FOR THE

    Proceedings of the WasteSafe 2013 – 3rd International Conference on Solid Waste Management in the Developing Countries 10-12 February 2013, Khulna, Bangladesh Paper ID: 126 BAGASSE AS AN ADSORBENT FOR THE WASTEWATER TREATMENT OF A COMPOSITE KNIT INDUSTRY Arif Reza PhD Student, Department of Environmental Science, Kangwon National University, 1 …

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  • Treatment Of Bagasse Based Pulp And Paper Industry ...

    2013-3-13 · treatment or upgrading the existing treatment plant is essential in pulp and paper industry4,9,2. The moving bed biofilm is a process which combines the technologies of activated sludge processes and biofilm processes. In that process, reduction of COD and BOD from the effluent is high without the loss of biomasss.

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  • Potential of bagasse obtained using hydrothermal ...

    2020-2-3 · Bagasse, a by-product from raw sugar factories, is conventionally burned for energy production. In this study, bagasse extracts from hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) treatment (160 °C, 1 MPa and 30 min) with a carbohydrate content of 510.3 mg g −1 and 0.5 mg g −1 of total phenols were applied as emulsifiers in oil-in-water (O/W) emulsions. Bagasse extracts from HTL (0.5–4 wt%) …

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  • TREATMENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTEWATER BY USING

    2019-7-30 · treatment of industrial waste water is main goal.in this experiment sugarcane bagasse is used as low cost adsorbent. 1.2 OBJECTIVES The Main objective of this work is towards study the effect of treatment of waste water using sugarcane bagasse.

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  • Sugarcane bagasse based biorefineries in India:

    Pre-treatment of sugarcane bagasse Making a complex lignocellulosic biomass amenable for further transformations is the critical first step in maximising its utilisation potential. The extent of biomass conversion is dependent on its superficial and supramolecular structure, lignin, cellulose and hemicellulose content, particle size and ...

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  • Sugarcane bagasse pretreatment using three

    2012-8-24 · Dissolution of bagasse in ILs. The dissolution of bagasse in the three ILs under identical conditions (150°C, 90 min and 5% mass bagasse in IL, conditions as in previous work []) was investigated and the results are shown in Table 1.It has to be noted that the [C2mim]OAc dissolution at this loading (5% mass) was very viscous and hard to stir.

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  • Biochemical pulping of bagasse.

    Treatment of depithed bagasse with different strains of C. subvermispora reduced the kappa number by 10-15% and increased unbleached pulp brightness by 1.1-2.0 ISO points on chemical pulping at the same alkali charge. Bleaching of biopulps at the same chemical charge increased final brightness by 4.7-5.6 ISO points and whiteness by 10.2-11.4 ...

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  • Alkaline Pretreatment of Sugarcane Bagasse and Filter

    The results demonstrate that codigestion of bagasse with filter mud produces less biogas than digestion of bagasse alone (76.0 and 6.1 mL·gVS −1 for pure bagasse and filter mud, resp.). It can be explained by the high ash content found in filter mud due to its characteristics which depend on cane variety, soil condition, and other ...

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  • CN103620043A - Biogas from enzyme-treated

    The present invention relates to a process for treatment of a bagasse-derived material which treatment increases the degradability of the lignocellulosic fibres. In particular the invention relates to methane production from enzymatically treated bagasse-derived material, where the enzyme-treatment of the invention is used to increase the methane production in comparison with untreated bagasse.

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  • Steam treated bagasse for fattening cattle

    2000-6-6 · The sugar-cane bagasse when treated, in order to improve its degradability, is a potentially good resource to use as the basal diet in the feeding of cattle and ruminants in general. The treatment of bagasse with steam alone results in a big increment in the degradability of this by-product.

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse Pretreatment Methods for Ethanol ...

    2018-11-5 · Lignocellulosic biomass such as sugarcane bagasse (SCB) is a renewable and abundant source for ethanol production. Sugarcane bagasse is composed of cellulose, hemicellulose, lignin, extractives, and several inorganic materials. Pretreatment methods of SCB are necessary for the successful conversion of SCB to ethanol. Each pretreatment process has a specific effect on the …

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  • EFFECT OF SURFACE TREATMENT ON THE MECHANICAL

    Alkali Treatment of Bagasse Fiber Alkaline treatment or mercerization is one of the most used chemical treatments for natural fibers that are to be used to reinforce thermoplastics and thermosets. The bagasse fibers were soaked in a 0, 1, 3, and 5% (w/w) NaOH solution at room temperature, maintaining a liquor ratio of 15:1 (w/w).

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  • ALKALI TREATMENT ON SUGARCANE BAGASSE TO

    2014-11-27 · investigation to develop bagasse fiber reinforced composite material with 20 wt%, 25 wt%, and 30 wt% of bagasse fiber mixed in polypropylene matrix. On the basis of previous works which alkali treatment using NaOH has been used to modify other natural fibers‟ surface, [21] the same treatment was employed to bagasse fibers in this work.

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  • Treatment of laundry wastewater using chemically

    Treatment of laundry wastewater using chemically treated sugarcane bagasse. A.B Ayu Haslija 1 and Rabee Abdulrazzak 1. Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science, Volume 463, International Conference on Sustainable Energy and Green Technology 2019 11-14 December 2019, Bangkok, Thailand Citation A.B Ayu Haslija and Rabee …

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  • [PDF] Alkali Treatment on Sugarcane Bagasse to

    This work evaluated the improved performance of sugarcane bagasse fibers-polypropylene (PP) composites as a result of alkali treatment done on sugarcane bagasse as reinforcing fibers. Alkali solution of 10 NaOH with a temperature of 60-70oC was used to soak the bagasse for 2 to 6 hours. Hot pressed samples were prepared from a mixture of sugarcane bagasse fibers and PP with fibers/PP weight ...

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  • Valorization of sugarcane bagasse by chemical

    2019-11-4 · After consuming sugarcane for sugar production, sugar factories yield a huge amount of solid byproduct known as sugarcane bagasse (SCB), i.e., a retained fibrous material after crushing and ...

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  • Extraction and Characterization of Bagasse Fibres from ...

    The paper reported a comparative study of the methods of extraction of vegetable fibres encountered in the literature; three main ones was chose, namely: combing, retting with pre-treatment of the bagasse in salt and distilled water, and Chemical extraction at three concentration levels of soda (2N, 1N, 0.1N) with pre-treatment of bagasse with salt water and distilled water.

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  • Enhancing enzymatic saccharification of sugarcane

    2018-11-9 · The recalcitrant structure of lignocellulosic biomass made it challenging for their bioconversion into biofuels and biochemicals. Pretreatment was required to deconstruct the intact structure by the removal of hemicellulose/lignin, improving the cellulose accessibility of enzyme. Combinatorial pretreatments with liquid hot water/H2SO4 and ethanol/NaOH of sugarcane bagasse …

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  • Cellulose Nanoparticles Extracted from Sugarcane

    The present work firstly aimed to obtain cellulose from sugarcane bagasse by using alkaline methods in pulping/delignifying and, at bleaching stages, using sodium chlorite, glacial acetic acid, and hydrogen peroxide, associated to NaOH/KOH. The process was carried out at temperatures varying from 55°C to 110°C, under magnetic stirring in various steps lasting from 2 h to 12 h.

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  • Hydrothermal Treatment Of Sisal Bagasse

    2018-5-28 · 2.3 Hydrothermal Treatment The hydrothermal treatment was performed in a Parr model 4848 stainless steel reactor. In each experiment, the ratio 1/10 for sisal/water bagasse was used according to the temperature and reaction time evaluated

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  • ALKALI TREATMENT ON SUGARCANE BAGASSE TO

    2014-11-27 · investigation to develop bagasse fiber reinforced composite material with 20 wt%, 25 wt%, and 30 wt% of bagasse fiber mixed in polypropylene matrix. On the basis of previous works which alkali treatment using NaOH has been used to modify other natural fibers‟ surface, [21] the same treatment was employed to bagasse fibers in this work.

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  • The Use of Seaweed and Sugarcane Bagasse for the ...

    2007-11-27 · When wetlands reach maximum treatment capacity to remove heavy metals, removal can still take place through precipitation as sulfide because of the biological reduction of sulfate. To achieve this goal, anaerobic conditions must be attained, a sulfate source must exist, and an adequate substrate for sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB) is also required. In the present work, two ligneous-cellulosic ...

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse and Cellulose Polymer Composites ...

    2017-12-20 · The alkali pre-treatment of sugarcane bagasse is often applied to increase roughness of the fibers by removing some of the wax and non-cellulosic substances. It was reported that this kind of treatment was not suitable to improve the interaction/adhesion and dispersion of the fibers for highly hydrophobic polymer matrices which causes ...

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  • Valorization of sugarcane bagasse by chemical

    2019-11-4 · After consuming sugarcane for sugar production, sugar factories yield a huge amount of solid byproduct known as sugarcane bagasse (SCB), i.e., a retained fibrous material after crushing and ...

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  • Sugarcane bagasse | Feedipedia

    NaOH treatment of factory bagasse is an effective method that has been employed in Cuba on a large scale (Preston, 1995). Treatment with 5-6% NaOH was reported to achieve a three-to-four fold increase in digestibility and was found to be more efficient than treatment with urea and combinations of …

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  • study on the pretreatment of a sugarcane bagasse

    The sugarcane bagasse composition was characterized, according to a method validated for this particular raw material [], as follows: Initially, 2 g milled bagasse (moisture content ~10%), previously extracted with water and ethanol, was mixed with 15 ml 72% (w/w) sulfuric acid at 45°C for 7 min. Afterwards, 275 ml distilled water was added to the mixture, which was then autoclaved at 121°C ...

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  • A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF SUGARCANE BAGASSE

    2017-11-20 · Bagasse is a lignocellulosic residue of the sugar industry, which consists of around 40–50% cellulose, 20–30% hemicellulose, 20–25% lignin and 1.5–3% ash or generally it can be say that it contains 50% fiber, 48% moisture and 2% sugar which couldn’t be extracted (Chauhan, et al., 2011).

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  • Preparation of Cellulose Nanofibers from Bagasse by ...

    A schematic diagram of the CNFs extracted from bagasse by the H 3 PO 4 and H 2 O 2 treatment is shown in Figure 1. Ten grams of bagasse powder was added to 300 mL H 3 PO 4 aqueous solution (72 wt. %) and treated with 30 or 60 mmol/g H 2 O 2 at 5 or 35 °C for 18, 24, 36, or 96 h. The suspension was mixed with four volumes of deionized water in ...

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  • Sugarcane Bagasse Drying Machine

    2021-5-24 · Bagasse refers to sugarcane granular waste left after crushing and pressing. There are 2 to 3 tons of bagasse to produce one ton of sucrose. Bagasse is rich in cellulose, and less lignin, so bagasse is great fiber material. Fresh bagasse is irregular loose particles, low density, poor combustion characteristics, inconvenient to transport, storage and use.

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