Bioresource Technology 214 (2016) 670–678 Contents lists available at ScienceDirect Bioresource Technology journal homepage: www.elsevier.com/locate/biortech Enhanced biohydrogen and subsequent biomethane production from sugarcane bagasse using nano-titanium dioxide pretreatment Omid Jafari, Hamid Zilouei Department of Chemical Engineering, Isfahan University of Technology, Isfahan 84156-83111, Iran highlights graphical a bstract NanoTiO –dilute H SO hydrolysis 2 2 4 NanoTiO / Diluted FTIR 1-step 2-step Analysis UV sulfuric Biohydrogen Biogas was used to enhance the irradiaon acid Producon Producon hydrolysis fermentation of bagasse. Using nanoTiO pretreatment, the 2 2% v/v 0.001 g/L 60.3 562 CI=0.97 121°C acid hydrolysis time duration was 60 min UV TCI=1.72 mL/g.VS mL/g.VS 15 min reduced. Raw Sugarcane Bagasse Dark H fermentation was enhanced 2% v/v Crystallinity index (CI) =3.58 1 g/L CI=1.04 512 Total Crystallinity index (TCI) =2.26 121°C 120 min UV up to 127% using nanoTiO TCI=1.59 mL/g.VS mL/g.VS 2 No Biohydrogen producon 30 min Biogas producon = 326 mL/g.VS pretreatment. Biogas production was enhanced up 2% v/v 1 g /L 43 591 CI=1.13 121°C 60 min UV to 74% compare to the raw bagasse. TCI=1.48 mL/g.VS mL/g.VS 60 min ar ti c l e i nf o ab stra ct Article history: Nano-titanium dioxide (nanoTiO )
Bioresource Technology – Elsevier
Published: Aug 1, 2016
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