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Development of an automated system for biofuel precursor production using sub-critical technology

Grant number: 19/26925-7
Support type:Scholarships in Brazil - Doctorate (Direct)
Effective date (Start): March 01, 2020
Field of knowledge:Agronomical Sciences - Food Science and Technology - Food Engineering
Principal researcher:Tânia Forster Carneiro
Grantee:William Gustavo Sganzerla
Home Institution: Faculdade de Engenharia de Alimentos (FEA). Universidade Estadual de Campinas (UNICAMP). Campinas , SP, Brazil
Associated research grant:18/14938-4 - Waste2energy: integration of supercritical technologies and anaerobic digestion through an automated system for the production of biofuel precursors, AP.JP2
Associated scholarship(s):21/12762-9 - Subcritical water pretreatment of brewer's spent grains for bio-based products manufacturing in a biorefinery concept, BE.EP.DD


Biomass conversion and waste reuse technologies for the production of new energy-using products are emerging, among them sub-critical technology that uses water as a solvent in a clean and sustainable process. In order to improve this technology, it is proposed to assemble an experimental unit composed of series reactors and parallel hydrolysis in subcritical water. This research and technological innovation project is part of the rational use of renewable energy through biomass. The innovation of this project is the coupling of an inline sugar detector to quantify the fermentable sugars obtained after hydrolysis in high quality final subcritical water. The raw materials will be subjected to hydrolysis with water under subcritical conditions to obtain sufficient hydrolyzate for the tests to continue production of 2G ethanol and or anaerobic digestion and biogas production. Glucose and ethanol, furfural and HMF concentrations will be quantified using HPLC equipment. (AU)

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Scientific publications (11)
(References retrieved automatically from Web of Science and SciELO through information on FAPESP grants and their corresponding numbers as mentioned in the publications by the authors)
LOPES AGUIAR, JAIME PAIVA; DA SILVA, EDSON PABLO; GOMES DA SILVA, ALINE PRISCILLA; SGANZERLA, WILLIAM GUSTAVO; XIAO, JIANBO; SOUZA, FRANCISCA DAS C. DO A.. Influence of freeze-drying treatment on the chemical composition of peppers (Capsicum L.) from the Brazilian Amazonia region. BIOCATALYSIS AND AGRICULTURAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, v. 38, . (19/26925-7)
BULLER, L. S.; SGANZERLA, W. G.; BERNI, M. D.; BRIGNOLI, S. C.; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, T.. esign and techno-economic analysis of a hybrid system for energy supply in a wastewater treatment plant: A decentralized energy strateg. Journal of Environmental Management, v. 305, . (18/05999-0, 20/10323-5, 19/26925-7, 15/50612-8, 18/14938-4)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM GUSTAVO; DA ROSA, CLEONICE GONCALVES; GOMES DA SILVA, ALINE PRISCILLA; FERRAREZE, JOCLEITA PERUZZO; AZEVEDO, MONIA STREMEL; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA; NUNES, MICHAEL RAMOS; DE LIMA VEECK, ANA PAULA. Application in situ of biodegradable films produced with starch, citric pectin and functionalized with feijoa (Acca sellowiana (Berg) Burret) extracts: An effective proposal for food conservation. International Journal of Biological Macromolecules, v. 189, p. 544-553, . (19/26925-7, 18/14938-4)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM GUSTAVO; BULLER, LUZ SELENE; MUSSATTO, I, SOLANGE; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. Techno-economic assessment of bioenergy and fertilizer production by anaerobic digestion of brewer's spent grains in a biorefinery concept. JOURNAL OF CLEANER PRODUCTION, v. 297, . (18/05999-0, 19/26925-7, 18/14938-4, 20/10323-5)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM G.; AMPESE, LARISSA C.; MUSSATTO, SOLANGE I.; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. A bibliometric analysis on potential uses of brewer's spent grains in a biorefinery for the circular economy transition of the beer industry. BIOFUELS BIOPRODUCTS & BIOREFINING-BIOFPR, v. 15, n. 6, . (19/26925-7, 18/14938-4, 18/05999-0)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM G.; AMPESE, LARISSA C.; PARISOTO, THUANNY A. C.; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. Process intensification for the recovery of methane-rich biogas from dry anaerobic digestion of acai seeds. BIOMASS CONVERSION AND BIOREFINERY, . (18/05999-0, 18/14938-4, 19/26925-7)
TENA, MIRIAM; BULLER, LUZ S.; SGANZERLA, WILLIAM G.; BERNI, MAURO; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA; SOLERA, ROSARIO; PEREZ, MONTSERRAT. Techno-economic evaluation of bioenergy production from anaerobic digestion of by-products from ethanol flex plants. FUEL, v. 309, . (20/10323-5, 19/26925-7, 18/05999-0, 18/14938-4)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM GUSTAVO; ZABOT, GIOVANI LEONE; TORRES-MAYANGA, PAULO CESAR; BULLER, LUZ SELENE; MUSSATTO, I, SOLANGE; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. Techno-economic assessment of subcritical water hydrolysis process for sugars production from brewer's spent grains. INDUSTRIAL CROPS AND PRODUCTS, v. 171, . (18/14938-4, 19/26925-7, 18/05999-0, 20/10323-5)
FERREIRA, SAMUEL F.; BULLER, LUZ S.; MACIEL-SILVA, FRANCISCO W.; SGANZERLA, WILLIAM G.; BERNI, MAURO D.; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. Waste management and bioenergy recovery from acai processing in the Brazilian Amazonian region: a perspective for a circular economy. BIOFUELS BIOPRODUCTS & BIOREFINING-BIOFPR, v. 15, n. 1, p. 37-46, . (18/14938-4, 19/26925-7, 18/05999-0)
ZIERO, HENRIQUE DI DOMENICO; AMPESE, LARISSA CASTRO; SGANZERLA, WILLIAM G.; TORRES-MAYANGA, PAULO C.; TIMKO, MICHAEL T.; MUSSATTO, I, SOLANGE; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, T.. Subcritical water hydrolysis of poultry feathers for amino acids production. JOURNAL OF SUPERCRITICAL FLUIDS, v. 181, . (18/14938-4, 19/26925-7, 18/05999-0)
SGANZERLA, WILLIAM GUSTAVO; LACHOS-PEREZ, DANIEL; BULLER, LUZ SELENE; ZABOT, GIOVANI L.; FORSTER-CARNEIRO, TANIA. ost analysis of subcritical water pretreatment of sugarcane straw and bagasse for second-generation bioethanol production: a case study in a sugarcane mil. BIOFUELS BIOPRODUCTS & BIOREFINING-BIOFPR, v. 16, n. 2, . (18/14938-4, 20/10323-5, 19/26925-7, 18/05999-0)

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