utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production

  • P.M.V Subbarao

    Bhaskar Jhaa, Ram Chandraa, Virendra K. Vijaya, Paruchuri M. V. Subbaraob, Adya Ishaa "Utilization of De-Oiled Rice Bran as a Feedstock for Renewable Biomethane Production",accepted for publication in Biomass and Bioenergy, JBAB-D-20-00064R1,2020.

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  • Continuous Butanol Fermentation of Dilute Acid-Pretreated

    Mar 15, 2019· Rice bran was obtained from the Abidin Rice Mill Sdn. Bhd., Perlis, Malaysia, and kept at 4 °C until use. Rice bran was de-oiled by extracting the oil from rice bran using hexane (J.T. Baker

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  • Bhaskar JHA PhD

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production. Article. Adya Isha. This research aims to study biogas production using de-oiled rice bran as a renewable

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  • Biomethanol Production from Forage Grasses, Trees,

    Sawdust, rice bran, refuse of sugarcane mills (bagasse etc.) and rice husks are particularly attractive and provide a ready-to-use biofuel resource. It is anticipated that the cultivation and utilization of biomass crops will be attractive as carbon neutral biomass feedstocks for biofuel production in

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  • Deoiled Rice Bran: A Substrate for Co-Production of a

    Jan 11, 2016· With the aim to utilize deoiled rice bran, an agro-industrial waste, as a feedstock for the co-production of multiple carbohydrases, a fungal strain was isolated which could utilize DORB to co-produce a consortium of cellulases, hemicellulases, pectinase and amylases and was named as Aspergillus niger P-19 after molecular identification. Further, optimization for the co-production of all

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  • (PDF) Rice bran extract: an inexpensive nitrogen source

    Rice bran is a Ferreira AD, Mussatto SI, Cadete RM, Rosa CA, Silva SS (2011) renewable feedstock available in huge amount in the world Ethanol production by a new pentose-fermenting yeast strain, and its extract has shown a potential to replace the costly Scheffersomyces stipitis UFMG-IMH 43.2, isolated from the organic and inorganic nitrogen

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  • P.M.V Subbarao

    Bhaskar Jhaa, Ram Chandraa, Virendra K. Vijaya, Paruchuri M. V. Subbaraob, Adya Ishaa "Utilization of De-Oiled Rice Bran as a Feedstock for Renewable Biomethane Production",accepted for publication in Biomass and Bioenergy, JBAB-D-20-00064R1,2020.

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  • De-oiled rice bran as a source of bioethanol

    De-oiled Rice Bran was used as a substrate for bioethanol production. 20 gm of De-oiled Rice Bran was taken in a 200 ml of distilled water first autoclaved and then fermentation was carried out for 2 to 6 days at 25 °C by Pichia kudriavzevii RCEF4907. The percentage of bioethanol was estimated on 2nd, 3th, 4th, 5th, 6th day (Tiwari et al

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  • Rice bran extract: an inexpensive nitrogen source for the

    Oct 20, 2012· The potential of de-oiled rice bran was evaluated by Ravinder et al. for the protein enrichment (24.80 %) by Aspergillus oryzae MTCC 1846 under solid state fermentation. Canilha et al. ( 2005 ) investigated the potential of RBE on xylitol production by the yeast Candida guilliermondii FTI 20037 grown in wheat straw hemicellulosic hydrolysate.

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  • Utilization of rice bran in diets for domestic fowl

    Rice bran constitutes about 10% of brown rice and is used as an animal feed. There are 40–45 million tonnes of rice bran produced annually, mainly in the Far East and South-east Asia. In these areas hull adulteration can occur, reducing the quality of the bran. This can

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  • ‪Dr. Bhaskar Jha‬ ‪Google Scholar‬

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production Bhaskar Jha, Ram Chandra, Virendra K. Vijay, Paruchuri M.V. Subbarao, Adya Biomass and Bioenergy 140,2020

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  • Utilisation of raw palm oil mill effluent (POME) as a

    Fermentative H 2 production was studied using raw POME as the substrate with heat-shock pre-treated POME anaerobic sludge acted as the inoculum. The effect of crucial operating variables (initial pH of medium, incubation temperature, and inoculum size) on H 2 production was studied using Box−Behnken Design. A second-order polynomial regression model was generated to evaluate H 2 production

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  • Can Multiple Uses of Biomass Limit the Feedstock

    Biogas is expected to contribute 10% of the total renewable energy use in Europe in 2030. This expectation largely depends on the use of several biomass byproducts and wastes as feedstocks. However, the current development of a biobased economy requires biomass sources for multiple purposes. If alternative applications also use biogas feedstocks, it becomes doubtful whether they will

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  • Sustainability of biohydrogen as fuel: Present scenario

    Jan 01, 2019· Azman NF, Abdeshahian P, Kadier A, et al. (2016) Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as sustainable feedstock in fermentative process. Int J Hydrogen Energ 41: 145–156. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.10.018 [34]

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    Energy Reports is an online multidisciplinary fully open access journal, covering any aspect of energy research, either from a technical engineering viewpoint or from a social research aspect, and all subject areas will be considered (e.g. renewables, fossil, nuclear).. Energy Reports is open to direct submissions and also to submissions from other Elsevier energy journals, whose Editors have

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  • Bioethanol production from rice bran with optimization

    largest contributor of rice production in India. Chhattisgarh is known as ''Bowl of rice'' due to huge production of rice. The total rice productivity in Chhattisgarh was 1,257 kg/ha in 2008, 1,201 kg/ha in 2009 and 1,751 kg/ha in 2010. Since rice bran does not compete with food market, easy

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  • Oil extraction from plant seeds for biodiesel production

    Zhang Y, Wong WT, Yung KF (2013) One-step production of biodiesel from rice bran oil catalyzed by chlorosulfonic acid modified zirconia via simultaneous esterification and transesterification. Bioresource Technol 147: 59–64. doi: 10.1016/j.biortech.2013.07.152 [56]

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  • Can Multiple Uses of Biomass Limit the Feedstock

    Biogas is expected to contribute 10% of the total renewable energy use in Europe in 2030. This expectation largely depends on the use of several biomass byproducts and wastes as feedstocks. However, the current development of a biobased economy requires biomass sources for multiple purposes. If alternative applications also use biogas feedstocks, it becomes doubtful whether they will

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    In microwave-assisted solvent extraction of oil from soybeans and rice bran by using solvent (ethanol) to feedstock ratio of 3:1, the maximum oil yields of 17.3% and 17.2% at 20 min and 120 oC were achieved as compared to 11.3% and 12.4% using control extraction for soybeans and rice bran, respectively [107].

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  • Rice bran extract: an inexpensive nitrogen source for the

    Selection of the raw material and its efficient utilization are the critical factors in economization of second generation (2G) ethanol production. Fermentation of the released sugars into ethanol by a suitable ethanol producing microorganism using cheap media ingredients is the cornerstone of the overall process. This study evaluated the potential of rice bran extract (RBE) as a cheap

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  • Sustainability of biohydrogen as fuel: Present scenario

    and process optimization. Azman et al. [33] used de-oiled rice bran, obtained after the extraction of oil content of rice bran, for dark fermentative biohydrogen production. Oil-extracted rice bran was hydrolyzed by dilute H2SO4 (1%, v/v) to obtain de-oiled rice bran hydrolyzate as a substrate for hydrogen generation.

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  • The Prospect of Sustainable Biofuel in Bangladesh

    The aim of this paper is to review the articles corresponding to the potentiality of biodiesel generation in Bangladesh. Many researchers gave their opinions and results related to their experiments for producing bio-fuel in Bangladesh. The potentiality of biofuel from different edible sources like mustard oil, coconut oil, sesame oil, mosna oil, soybean oil etc. and different non-edible

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  • ‪Dr. Ram Chandra‬ ‪Google Scholar‬

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production. B Jha, R Chandra, VK Vijay, PMV Subbarao, A Isha. Biomass and Bioenergy 140 (105674), 1-8, 2020. 1: 2020: Identification of potential waste seeds of wildly growing tree species for the production of biogas.

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  • Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews

    production is high production cost specially related to microbial feed-stocks, which can be reduced with the use of new cost effective bioprocess technologies [32]. Lipid produced by microorganisms, invol-ving yeasts, bacteria, fungi and algae are called single cell oil (SCO) which is considered as promising feedstock for biodiesel production

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  • Federal Subsidies for Corn Ethanol and Other Corn-Based

    The biodiesel production tax credit of $1 per gallon supports eligible feedstocks such as "virgin oils, esters derived from corn, soybeans, sunflower seeds, cottonseeds, canola, crambe, rapeseeds, safflowers, flaxseeds, rice bran, mustard seeds, and camelina, and from animal fats." The credit expired at the end of 2013 but given recent

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  • Renewable biohydrogen production from lignocellulosic

    Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as sustainable feedstock in fermentative process journal, January 2016 Azman, Nadia Farhana; Abdeshahian, Peyman; Kadier, Abudukeremu International Journal of Hydrogen Energy, Vol. 41, Issue 1

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  • Biomethanol Production from Forage Grasses, Trees,

    Sawdust, rice bran, refuse of sugarcane mills (bagasse etc.) and rice husks are particularly attractive and provide a ready-to-use biofuel resource. It is anticipated that the cultivation and utilization of biomass crops will be attractive as carbon neutral biomass feedstocks for biofuel production in

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  • Valorization of untreated rice bran towards bioflocculant

    To optimize the fermentation conditions of converting rice bran into RBBF-C9, the effects of various rice bran dosages and Na 2 CO 3 concentrations on RBBF-C9 production were analyzed. Rice bran at concentrations of 0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 25, and 30 g/L was added into the fermentation medium with 3 g/L of yeast extract as nitrogen source.

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  • Manufacturing Technology Of Biofuels, Biomethane, Bio

    The book contains the following chapters: Introduction, Methanolysis of Pongamia pinnata oil for production of biodiesel, Production of Biofuel from Tobacco Plants, Biomethane, Technology Applications for Biomethane, Biohydrogen, Isolation and Characterization of Yeast for Bioethanol Production using sugarcane molasses, Conversion of Lignin to Biofuels, Ethanol Production from

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  • Peyman Abdeshahian University of Sao Paulo Academia.edu

    This research aimed to study the fermentative production of hydrogen using de-oiled rice bran (DRB) as renewable biomass. DRB was obtained by the extraction of oil content of rice bran samples. DRB was then hydrolyzed by dilute H2SO4 (1% v/v) to obtain

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  • (PDF) Biobutanol production from rice bran and de-oiled

    The primary waste product of the rice industry is rice bran, of which approximately 40 million metric tons are produced every year and are discarded as unfit for human consumption.Rice bran (RB), the residue of brown rice that is created during the production of white rice, is

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  • P.M.V Subbarao

    Bhaskar Jhaa, Ram Chandraa, Virendra K. Vijaya, Paruchuri M. V. Subbaraob, Adya Ishaa "Utilization of De-Oiled Rice Bran as a Feedstock for Renewable Biomethane Production",accepted for publication in Biomass and Bioenergy, JBAB-D-20-00064R1,2020.

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  • Valorization of untreated rice bran towards bioflocculant

    To optimize the fermentation conditions of converting rice bran into RBBF-C9, the effects of various rice bran dosages and Na 2 CO 3 concentrations on RBBF-C9 production were analyzed. Rice bran at concentrations of 0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 25, and 30 g/L was added into the fermentation medium with 3 g/L of yeast extract as nitrogen source.

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  • (PDF) Rice bran extract: an inexpensive nitrogen source

    Rice bran is a Ferreira AD, Mussatto SI, Cadete RM, Rosa CA, Silva SS (2011) renewable feedstock available in huge amount in the world Ethanol production by a new pentose-fermenting yeast strain, and its extract has shown a potential to replace the costly Scheffersomyces stipitis UFMG-IMH 43.2, isolated from the organic and inorganic nitrogen

    Get Price
  • Ram CHANDRA Professor (Assistant) [email protected] Delhi

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production. Article. Adya Isha. This research aims to study biogas production using de-oiled rice bran as a renewable

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  • Sustainability of biohydrogen as fuel: Present scenario

    Jan 01, 2019· Azman NF, Abdeshahian P, Kadier A, et al. (2016) Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as sustainable feedstock in fermentative process. Int J Hydrogen Energ 41: 145–156. doi: 10.1016/j.ijhydene.2015.10.018 [34]

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  • Valorization of untreated rice bran towards bioflocculant

    To optimize the fermentation conditions of converting rice bran into RBBF-C9, the effects of various rice bran dosages and Na 2 CO 3 concentrations on RBBF-C9 production were analyzed. Rice bran at concentrations of 0, 4, 8, 12, 16, 20, 25, and 30 g/L was added into the fermentation medium with 3 g/L of yeast extract as nitrogen source.

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  • The Prospect of Sustainable Biofuel in Bangladesh

    Rice bran oil production capacity is comparatively higher than the other sources. On the other hand, Jatropha curca soil production capacity is low. The fertile land of Bangladesh is suitable to produce the sources contained in Table 3. Figure 5 demonstrates the availability of raw materials and estimated biodiesel production from RBO. The

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  • Maximized Utilization of Raw Rice Bran in Microbial Oils

    Lignocellulosic biomass is currently considered as one of the promising feedstock for petroleum diesel alternative, together with single cell oils. Rice bran, which is a very abundant waste especially in Asia, could be utilized better than just as cattle feed. Dilute acid hydrolysis using 3 % H2SO4 at 90 °C was found to be able to maximize the sugar produced from raw rice bran without prior

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  • ‪Dr. Ram Chandra‬ ‪Google Scholar‬

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production. B Jha, R Chandra, VK Vijay, PMV Subbarao, A Isha. Biomass and Bioenergy 140 (105674), 1-8, 2020. 1: 2020: Identification of potential waste seeds of wildly growing tree species for the production of biogas.

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  • Biomass and Bioenergy Vol 140, September 2020

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production Bhaskar Jha, Ram Chandra, Virendra K. Vijay, Paruchuri M.V. Subbarao, Adya Isha Article 105674

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  • Parametric Optimization of Oil Extraction and Lipase

    Rice bran oil contains naturally occurring bioactive and antioxidant compounds. De-oiled rice bran is used as poultry and cattle feed due to its high protein content and vitamins (Fajriyati et al., 2019; Anh et al., 2020). Presently, the industry is utilizing rice bran of around 3.5 million tonnes to produce around 0.65 million tonnes RBO.

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  • Continuous Butanol Fermentation of Dilute Acid-Pretreated

    Mar 15, 2019· Continuous fermentation of dilute acid-pretreated de-oiled rice bran (DRB) to butanol by the Clostridium acetobutylicum YM1 strain was investigated. Pretreatment of DRB with dilute sulfuric acid (1%) resulted in the production of 42.12 g/L total sugars, including 25.57 g/L glucose, 15.1 g/L xylose and 1.46 g/L cellobiose. Pretreated-DRB (SADRB) was used as a fermentation medium at various

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  • (PDF) Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as

    Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as sustainable feedstock in fermentative process January 2016 International Journal of Hydrogen Energy 41(1):145-156

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  • Fermentation Free Full-Text Valorising Agro-industrial

    Rice by-products, like rice washing drainage, rice bran, and DRB, have been investigated as interesting alternatives for bioethanol production [54,57]. Utilization of DRB as a carbon source required, in most cases, a pretreatment step, for the release of monosaccharides, which could be easily assimilated by the fermenting microorganisms, as

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  • Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock

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  • ‪Dr. Bhaskar Jha‬ ‪Google Scholar‬

    Utilization of de-oiled rice bran as a feedstock for renewable biomethane production Bhaskar Jha, Ram Chandra, Virendra K. Vijay, Paruchuri M.V. Subbarao, Adya Biomass and Bioenergy 140,2020

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  • Production of butanol from acetyl chloride-treated deoiled

    Deoiled rice bran (DRB) is a residual of the rice processing industry after extracting the oil from the rice bran, which is abundantly available and cheap. The annual worldwide production of rice is estimated to reach 480.1 million metric tons in 2017, according to the United States Department of Agriculture statistics (Childs and Skorbiansky

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  • Sustainability of biohydrogen as fuel: Present scenario

    and process optimization. Azman et al. [33] used de-oiled rice bran, obtained after the extraction of oil content of rice bran, for dark fermentative biohydrogen production. Oil-extracted rice bran was hydrolyzed by dilute H2SO4 (1%, v/v) to obtain de-oiled rice bran hydrolyzate as a substrate for hydrogen generation.

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  • De Oiled Rice Bran (DORB),15% -18% Protein, Production

    De Oiled Rice Bran (DORB): Use : Dairy and Poultry Feed Our De Oiled Rice Bran is a High quality Industrial By Product and We are already exporting to Different Countries.We welcome More Buying quarry, we especially welcome Long Term Partnership.We have Our full Logistics Support. We can Ship Goods to Either Chittagong Seaport or Dhaka Airport.

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  • Biohydrogen production from de-oiled rice bran as

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  • The Prospect of Sustainable Biofuel in Bangladesh

    Rice bran oil production capacity is comparatively higher than the other sources. On the other hand, Jatropha curca soil production capacity is low. The fertile land of Bangladesh is suitable to produce the sources contained in Table 3. Figure 5 demonstrates the availability of raw materials and estimated biodiesel production from RBO. The

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