|کد مقاله||کد نشریه||سال انتشار||مقاله انگلیسی||ترجمه فارسی||نسخه تمام متن|
|4512665||1624833||2015||6 صفحه PDF||سفارش دهید||دانلود رایگان|
• The optimum conditions for adding non-starch polysaccharide enzyme was 50 °C, pH 5.2.
• Enzyme applications resulted in faster ethanol production rates in corn dry-grinding process.
• Enzyme addition led to a higher oil partition in thin stillage.
• Protease and phytase addition during simultaneous saccharification and fermentation can further improve solids partitioning and oil recovery.
Application of hydrolytic and other enzymes for improving fermentation performance and oil recovery in corn dry-grind process was optimized. Non-starch polysaccharide enzymes (BluZy-P XL; predominantly xylanase activity) were added at stages prior to fermentation at optimum conditions of 50 °C and pH 5.2 and compared with conventional fermentation (30 °C, pH 4.0). Enzyme applications resulted in faster ethanol production rates with a slight increase in yield compared to control. The thin stillage yield increased by 0.7–5% w/w wet basis with corresponding increase in solids content with enzyme treatment after liquefaction. The oil partitioned in thin stillage was at 67.7% dry basis after treatment with hydrolytic enzymes during fermentation. Further addition of protease and phytase during simultaneous saccharification and fermentation increased thin stillage oil partitioning to 77.8%. It also influenced other fermentation parameters, e.g., ethanol production rate increased to 1.16 g/g dry corn per hour, and thin stillage wet solids increased by 2% w/w. This study indicated that treatments with non-starch hydrolytic enzymes have potential to improve the performance of corn dry-grind process including oil partitioning into thin stillage. The novelty of this research is the addition of protease and phytase enzymes during simultaneous saccharification and fermentation of corn dry-grind process, which further improved ethanol yields and oil partitioning into thin stillage.
Journal: Industrial Crops and Products - Volume 77, 23 December 2015, Pages 803–808