Product diversification to enhance economic viability of second generation ethanol production in Brazil : The case of the sugar and ethanol joint production

Product diversification to enhance economic viability of second generation ethanol production in Brazil : The case of the sugar and ethanol joint production

Juliana Q. Albarelli, Adriano V. Ensinas, Maria A. Silva

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Agradecimentos: The authors acknowledge the financial support granted by the Agreement Unicamp-Brazil Shell Petroleum Ltd

Commercial simulator Aspen Plus® was used to simulate the conventional processes of the autonomous distillery producing ethanol and the joint production of sugar and ethanol. Changes in conventional processes were evaluated to increase electricity and second generation ethanol production using...

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Product diversification to enhance economic viability of second generation ethanol production in Brazil : The case of the sugar and ethanol joint production

Juliana Q. Albarelli, Adriano V. Ensinas, Maria A. Silva


										

Product diversification to enhance economic viability of second generation ethanol production in Brazil : The case of the sugar and ethanol joint production

Juliana Q. Albarelli, Adriano V. Ensinas, Maria A. Silva

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    Chemical engineering research & design

    Vol. 92, no. 8 (Aug., 2014), p. 1470-1481