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  • Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction

    27 Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab-scale Biorefinería basada en microalgas: evaluación de métodos

  • Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction

    Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab-scale.pdf desde todos los puntos de vista evaluados, en terminos de

  • Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery

    mass and oil extraction. Here we review the main approaches of biorefinery concept appearing as,an alternative to achieve economic viability of the production of bio-diesel based on microalgae. The major points are the following: 1) se of re-residual water, 2) u arketing of Carbon Credits, m

  • Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction

    In this study, a comparison of five oil extraction methods in lab-scale was made taking as additional parameters, besides extraction efficiency, the costs of method performing, energy requirements, and toxicity of solvents used, in order to elucidate the convenience of their incorporation to a microalgae-based topology of biorefinery.

  • Simulation-based optimization of microalgae biorefineries

    Simulation-based optimization of microalgae biorefineries: from production in photobioreactors to microalgae-based products M.-Amélie de Ville d’Avray, Agro-resourcesSectorManager, CASPEO. 2 Oil extraction from ensiling solid residue enables to produce 831 t/y lipids; oil extraction residue still contains proteins

  • IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science

    Applying biorefinery, not only for oil, but also for other components, such as carbohydrates and protein, may lead to the sustainable and economical microalgae-based fuels. This paper discusses two relatively mild conditions for microalgal protein extraction, based on

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  • Microalgae biorefinery alternatives and hazard evaluation

    An integrated, microalgae-based biorefinery diagram for biodiesel and energy production is shown in Fig. 2.The main operations included in the proposed biodiesel production process are algae cultivation (A), harvesting (Lee et al., 2010) and dewatering (B), lipid extraction (C), algal oil processing for obtaining biodiesel (D) and anaerobic digestion, followed by energy generation (E) (García

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  • Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery

    Jul 07, 2015· Here, we review the main approaches of biorefinery concept appearing as an alternative to achieve economic viability of the production of bio-diesel based on microalgae. The major points are the following: 1) use of re-residual water, 2) marketing of Carbon Credits, and 3) development of co-products resulting from high value added.

  • Improvement of Biorefinery Efficiency for Microalgae

    Improvement of Biorefinery Efficiency for Microalgae Nannochloropsis sp. via Harvesting Technology Evaluation P.A. Sanguino-Barajas1, Á.D. González-Delgado2 and A.F. Barajas-Solano1 1 Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander Facultad de Ciencias Agrarias y del Ambiente Avenida Gran Colombia No. 12E-96 Cúcuta, Colombia 2 University of Cartagena

  • Development of a topology of microalgae-based biorefinery

    González-Delgado ÁD, Kafarov V (2012) Design and adjustment of coupled microalgae oil extraction methods for the development of a topology of biorefinery. Prospectiva 10:113–123 González-Delgado ÁD, Kafarov V (2013) Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab

  • Evaluation of microalgae-based biorefinery alternatives

    Microalgae-based biorefineries for the production of renewable biofuels like biodiesel, upgraded bio-oil, biochar, biogas and other high-value chemicals have received great attention in recent decades as potential major sources of energy for the future. Microalgae are a suitable species to produce

  • Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction

    In this study, a comparison of five oil extraction methods in lab-scale was made taking as additional parameters, besides extraction efficiency, the costs of method performing, energy requirements, and toxicity of solvents used, in order to elucidate the convenience of their incorporation to a microalgae-based topology of biorefinery.

  • PN29 Microalgae Biorefineries and Sustainability: The Role

    algae-based biorefinery concept relies on the complete process optimization from biomass production to generation of different products through the development of a platform able to offer a multitude of different products, from bulk chemicals, food supply (proteins, fibre), bioactives to be used for food ingredients and oil

  • Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery

    This paper, like the title suggest, has presented a brief overview about biodiesel from microalgae focused in biorefinery concept. It has been exposed some alternatives that can help to reduce the high cost of biodiesel production based in microalgae, turn it more feasible.

  • 发布位置:Natural Science · 2015Lauren Espinosa Gonzalez · Gisel Chenard Diaz · Donato A G Aranda · Yordanka Reye关于:Absorption · Biofuel · Carbon · Carbon dioxide · Aquatic plant · Biorefinery
  • The Bioeconomy of Microalgal Carotenoid-Rich Oleoresins

    The techno-economic evaluation of the obtaining process of a natural mixed carotenoid-rich oleoresin from microalgae dried biomass is presented in this paper. The process is based on solvent extraction on industrial scale, and the oleoresin obtained is suspended in soybean oil at a concentration of 20%. The oleoresin is compound of a mix of

  • Developments in oil extraction from microalgae Mercer

    Jan 14, 2011· Thus, developing inexpensive and robust oil extraction and purification processes is a major challenge facing both the microalgae to bioproduct, and biofuel industries. This paper presents an overview, based on the last 10 years, of advances made in technologies for extracting and purifying microalgae oil.

  • A Biorefinery from Nannochloropsis sp. microalga Energy

    2 cost of 365€/kg oil produced and simultaneously extracting high-value pigments. The biohydrogen as co-product may be advantageous in terms of product yield or profit. Keywords: Nannochloropsis sp., microalga biorefinery, CO 2, energy, economical evaluation, life cycle.

  • Evaluation of various solvent systems for lipid extraction

    An effective and economically feasible algae-based oil industry will depend on the selection of suitable solvent/s for lipid extraction, which has minimal effect on metabolites in lipid-extracted algae. In current study, six solvent systems were employed to extract lipids from dry

  • Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery

    Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery Approach. DOI: 10.4236/ns.2015 an important number of difficulties to economically viable production like high cost of production of dry biomass and oil extraction. Here, we review the main approaches of biorefinery concept appearing as an alternative to achieve economic viability of

  • Employment of Wastewater to Produce Microalgal Biomass as

    Microalgae have been proposed for use in the production of biodiesel because oil from microalgae has characteristics similar to those of vegetable oils. Nevertheless, the production of microalgal biomass only for oil is not economically feasible because its costs are higher than those of vegetable crops.

  • Isolation and Evaluation of Oil-Producing Microalgae from

    Jul 11, 2012· Microalgae have been widely reported as a promising source of biofuels, mainly based on their high areal productivity of biomass and lipids as triacylglycerides and the possibility for cultivation on non-arable land. The isolation and selection of suitable strains that are robust and display high growth and lipid accumulation rates is an important prerequisite for their successful cultivation

  • 发布位置:PLOS ONE · 2012David K Y Lim · Sourabh Garg · Matthew Timmins · Matthew Timmins · Eugene S B Zh从属关系: University of Queensland · University of Western Australia关于:Physics · Growth rate · Nannochloropsis oculata · Algae · Aquatic animal · Biofuel
  • The Bioeconomy of Microalgal Carotenoid-Rich Oleoresins

    The techno-economic evaluation of the obtaining process of a natural mixed carotenoid-rich oleoresin from microalgae dried biomass is presented in this paper. The process is based on solvent extraction on industrial scale, and the oleoresin obtained is suspended in soybean oil at a concentration of 20%. The oleoresin is compound of a mix of

  • Evaluation of various solvent systems for lipid extraction

    An effective and economically feasible algae-based oil industry will depend on the selection of suitable solvent/s for lipid extraction, which has minimal effect on metabolites in lipid-extracted algae. In current study, six solvent systems were employed to extract lipids from dry

  • Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery

    Biodiesel Production Based in Microalgae: A Biorefinery Approach. DOI: 10.4236/ns.2015 an important number of difficulties to economically viable production like high cost of production of dry biomass and oil extraction. Here, we review the main approaches of biorefinery concept appearing as an alternative to achieve economic viability of

  • Employment of Wastewater to Produce Microalgal Biomass as

    Microalgae have been proposed for use in the production of biodiesel because oil from microalgae has characteristics similar to those of vegetable oils. Nevertheless, the production of microalgal biomass only for oil is not economically feasible because its costs are higher than those of vegetable crops.

  • Isolation and Evaluation of Oil-Producing Microalgae from

    Jul 11, 2012· Microalgae have been widely reported as a promising source of biofuels, mainly based on their high areal productivity of biomass and lipids as triacylglycerides and the possibility for cultivation on non-arable land. The isolation and selection of suitable strains that are robust and display high growth and lipid accumulation rates is an important prerequisite for their successful cultivation

  • 发布位置:PLOS ONE · 2012David K Y Lim · Sourabh Garg · Matthew Timmins · Matthew Timmins · Eugene S B Zh从属关系: University of Queensland · University of Western Australia关于:Physics · Growth rate · Nannochloropsis oculata · Algae · Aquatic animal · Biofuel
  • MICROALGAE BASED BIOREFINERY: ISSUES TO CONSIDER

    In addition, since their use as a raw material to produce biofuels has raised global interest over the past few years, various methods have been developed to obtain oil from microalgae which can be used in a microalgae-based biorefinery setting.

  • 发布位置:Ciencia Tecnologia y Futuro · 2011Angeldario Gonzalezdelgado · Viatcheslav Kafarov关于:Biofuel · Biorefinery · Biomass
  • A biorefinery from Nannochloropsis sp. microalga â

    A biorefinery from Nannochloropsis sp. microalga Energy and CO 2 oil, including the algae growth, dewatering and oil extraction stages. The industrial viability of microalgae-based biofuels depends upon the economical aspects which are fundamental to the pro-cess. Furthermore, whatever advances might arise in terms of tech-

  • Multi-Product Microalgae Biorefineries: From Concept

    Although microalgae are a promising biobased feedstock, industrial scale production is still far off. To enhance the economic viability of large-scale microalgae processes, all biomass components need to be valorized, requiring a multi-product biorefinery. However, this concept is still too expensive. Typically, downstream processing of industrial biotechnological bulk products accounts for 20

  • Diseño y ajuste de métodos acoplados de extracción de

    Diseño y ajuste de métodos acoplados de extracción de aceite de microalgas para el desarrollo de una topología de biorefinería Design and adjustment of coupled microalgae oil extraction methods for the development of a topology of biorefinery Ángel Darío González-Delgado1, Viatcheslav Kafarov2

  • Angel Gonzalezdelgado · Viatcheslav Kafarov关于:Cell disruption · Biorefinery · Biofuel
  • Hydrothermal Treatment (HTT) of Microalgae: Evaluation of

    The hydrothermal treatment (HTT) technology is evaluated for its potential as a process to convert algae and algal debris into a liquid fuel, within a sustainable algae biorefinery concept in which, next to fuels (gaseous and liquid), high value products are coproduced, nutrients and water are recycled, and the use of fossil energy is minimized.

  • 发布位置:Energy & Fuels · 2012Laura Garcia Alba · Cristian Torri · Chiara Samori · Jaapjan Van Der Spek · Daniele Fab关于:Fossil fuel · Liquid fuel · Algae · Heat of combustion · Liquefaction · Fuel gas
  • Ajuste experimental y evaluación económica de la

    A. González, V. Kafarov, “Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab-scale”, Revista ION, 26, 29-37, 2013. El Halwagi, “Overview of Process Economics”.

  • Market opportunities for microalgae-based biorefineries

    Feb 08, 2016· 2 thoughts on “ Market opportunities for microalgae-based biorefineries ” jblackest February 9, 2016 at 10:06 am. Thanks for this excellent, clear and thorough blog Gwenny. I don’t have so many questions about the market aspects, but have a question I’ve been asking for a while that maybe the business case work could help answer: in the envisioned multi-product biorefinery, how well do

  • Evaluation of lipid and monosaccharide obtaining routes of

    de biomasa de microalgas bajo el concepto de biorefinería Evaluation of lipid and monosaccharide obtaining routes As an oil refinery, a biorefinery uses all biomass components for obtaining high value usable products. Besides extraction, Organosolv pretreatment, in situ transesterification and the dinitrosalicylic acid method (DNS).

  • Assessment of Bio-oil Extraction from Tetraselmis chui

    Microalgae have significant capacity to fix CO2 and to become a major industrial biomass resource. Examining ways to innovate the microalgae cultivation and processing value chain includes a focus on the most efficient and economical means to produce a liquid oil fraction from the microalgae species. This work compares the use of organic solvent, supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2), and

  • Ajuste experimental y evaluación económica de la

    A. González, V. Kafarov, “Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab-scale”, Revista ION, 26, 29-37, 2013. El Halwagi, “Overview of Process Economics”.

  • Market opportunities for microalgae-based biorefineries

    Feb 08, 2016· 2 thoughts on “ Market opportunities for microalgae-based biorefineries ” jblackest February 9, 2016 at 10:06 am. Thanks for this excellent, clear and thorough blog Gwenny. I don’t have so many questions about the market aspects, but have a question I’ve been asking for a while that maybe the business case work could help answer: in the envisioned multi-product biorefinery, how well do

  • Evaluation of lipid and monosaccharide obtaining routes of

    de biomasa de microalgas bajo el concepto de biorefinería Evaluation of lipid and monosaccharide obtaining routes As an oil refinery, a biorefinery uses all biomass components for obtaining high value usable products. Besides extraction, Organosolv pretreatment, in situ transesterification and the dinitrosalicylic acid method (DNS).

  • Assessment of Bio-oil Extraction from Tetraselmis chui

    Microalgae have significant capacity to fix CO2 and to become a major industrial biomass resource. Examining ways to innovate the microalgae cultivation and processing value chain includes a focus on the most efficient and economical means to produce a liquid oil fraction from the microalgae species. This work compares the use of organic solvent, supercritical carbon dioxide (SC-CO2), and

  • Progress on lipid extraction from wet algal biomass for

    May 19, 2016· The use of wet concentrated algal biomass as a feedstock for oil extraction is especially desirable as it would avoid the requirement for further concentration and/or drying. This would save considerable costs and circumvent at least two lengthy processes during algae‐based oil production.

  • Biorefinery of microalgae by means of hydrothermal

    In order to make microalgae based biofuels economically viable, in this project, hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) will be applied as the major conversion method. HTL is a thermal depolymerization process for converting high water content biomass into bio-oil or biocrude, at medium temperatures (280-370 oC) and high pressures (10-25Mpa).

  • Biorefinery Wikipedia

    A biorefinery is a refinery that converts biomass to energy and other beneficial byproducts (such as chemicals). The International Energy Agency Bioenergy Task 42 defined biorefining as "the sustainable processing of biomass into a spectrum of bio-based products (food, feed, chemicals, materials) and bioenergy (biofuels, power and/or heat)" .

  • Multi-scenario energy-economic evaluation for a

    Multi-scenario energy-economic evaluation for a biorefinery based on microalgae biomass with application of anaerobic digestion Cristián P. Bravo-Fritza,⁎, César A. Sáez-Navarretea, Leandro A. Herrera-Zeppelinb, Felipe Varas-Conchaa a Chemical and Bioprocess Engineering Department, Engineering Faculty, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, Av. Vicuña Mackenna 4860, Macul,

  • Experimental adjustment and economic evaluation of HBE

    Ajuste experimental y evaluación económica de la extracción HBE de aceite de microalgas para biocombustibles y bioproductos. Experimental adjustment and economic evaluation of HBE microalgae oil extraction for biofuels and bioproducts A. González,V. Kafarov, "Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms

  • Angel Darío González-Delgado Professor Universidad de

    Join LinkedIn Summary. Ángel Darío González-Delgado, PhD, is a professor in the Chemical Engineering Programm at University of Cartagena, with teaching, administrative and research experience in public and private universities and as an independent consultant in engineering, education, research projects formulation and evaluation, and development of digital contents for education and

  • A Single-Step Method for Rapid Extraction of Total Lipids

    Microalgae produce a wide range of lipid compounds of potential commercial interest. Total lipid extraction performed by conventional extraction methods, relying on the chloroform-methanol solvent system are too laborious and time consuming for screening large numbers of samples. In this study, three previous extraction methods devised by Folch et al. (1957), Bligh and Dyer (1959) and Selstam

  • 发布位置:PLOS ONE · 2014Martin Axelsson · Francesco G Gentili从属关系: Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences关于:Algae · Chemistry · Cell disruption · Chlorella · Physics · Scenedesmus
  • Production of specialties for food, aquaculture and non

    applications via multi-product biorefinery of microalgae. Highlights of the EU FP7 project MIRACLES. M. ulti-product . I. ntegrated bio. R. efinery of . A. Algae oil produced and extracted on pilot scale Development of microalgae-based resins for the wood-based panel industry.

  • Latinoamerican journal of oil & gas and alternative energy

    In terms of biorefinery, microalgae are a promissory feedstock because of its capability to obtain biofuels and high value products. Efficiency of microalgae oil extrac-tion contributes in a great way to the total biomass trans-formation efficiency process. For this reason, sustainable microalgae based biorefineries must take into account

  • comparison of oil extraction methods for algae by NMR and

    comparison of oil extraction methods for algae by NMR and Chromatographic techniques. AMARJIT SINGH SARPAL Amarjit, Kafarov, V. Microalgae based biorefinery: evaluation of oil extraction methods in terms of efficiency, costs, toxicity and energy in lab-scale. (2013) Rev ion Bucaramanga 26(1): 29-37.

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