influence of sugar cane vinasse on the sorption and

Subject: biochar / Publication Year: 2018

Fast pyrolysis of sugar cane vinasse a byproduct from the integrated sugar–ethanol process has not been investigated so far In this work fast pyrolysis of dried sugar cane vinasse was carried out at 400 and 500 C in a drop-tube type N₂-purged reactor and the yields and compositions of the oil char and gas were determined

Sugarcane biorefineries wastewater: bioremediation

Mar 28 2019Sugarcane is known to be one of the oldest cultivated plants in tropical and subtropical countries Sugar industries are increasing exponentially to satisfy the growing demand for sugar whereas the ethanol distilleries have been rapidly expanding since bioethanol emerged as an affordable low carbon footprint and renewable bioenergy However inadequately treated and indiscriminate

Biocompost from sugar distillery effluent: effect on

Carolina Lourencetti Mary R R De Marchi Maria L Ribeiro Influence of sugar cane vinasse on the sorption and degradation of herbicides in soil under controlled conditions Journal of Environmental Science and Health Part B 10 1080/03601234 2012 706562 47 10 (949-958) (2012)

THE INFLUENCE OF THE ETHANOL INDUSTRY VINASSE USED AS

the influence of the ethanol industry vinasse used as an agricultural fertilizer on potassium soil salinization Abstract The process of salinization of soils is typical of arid and semi-arid regions and usually resultingon the association of the predominant geological formation in the landscape poor distributionof rainfall poor drainage and

Influence of Pyrolysis Temperature on Cadmium and Zinc

Influence of Pyrolysis Temperature on Cadmium and Zinc Sorption Capacity of Sugar Cane Straw–Derived Biochar The effect of pyrolysis temperature on the characteristics and metal sorption capacity of sugar cane straw derived–biochar (BC) was investigated Biochar was produced at four temperatures (400 500 600 and 700 C) before

Drippers used in vinasse application: Uniformity and

In sugar cane crop fertigation management systems about 500 m3 ha-1 of diluted vinasse is applied annually by cycle promoting nutrient recycling and supply to the soil especially that of potassium (K) With the increase of sugar cane areas with subsurface drip irrigation hydraulic characterization related to vinasse intermittent application is important in order to verify uniformity flow

Influence of the vinasse application in sugar cane fields

Influence of the vinasse application in sugar cane fields in Patrocnio Paulista So Paulo State Brazil A Waal1 J R Jimnez-Rueda2 D M Bonotto2 C Bertelli2 H M Hoffmann1 E Foβhag1 M Santilli2 1Fakultt fr Verfahrens- und Chemietechnik Hochschule Mannheim Germany 2Departamento de Petrologia e Metalogenia Instituto de Geocincias e Cincias Exatas-UNESP Brazil

Influence of soil application of bio

Dec 12 2018called vinasse (Hidalgo 2009) Whereas vinasse comes either from sugar cane that called sugarcane-vinasse or from sugar beet that called sugar beet-vinasse Also one use of vinasse is in thermophilic digesters In Brazil thermophilic digester is a source of biogas using pure and hot vinasse as the source of production of methane Generally

Agricultural and industrial yields of sugar cane submitted

Abstract This study was carried out to assess the influence of vinasse rates on the agricultural and industrial yields of sugar cane The experiment was set up at the School Farm of the State University of Londrina in "Latossolo Vermelho" soil (Oxisol) between 1994 and 1999 in a randomized block design with four replications

Drippers used in vinasse application: Uniformity and

In sugar cane crop fertigation management systems about 500 m3 ha-1 of diluted vinasse is applied annually by cycle promoting nutrient recycling and supply to the soil especially that of potassium (K) With the increase of sugar cane areas with subsurface drip irrigation hydraulic characterization related to vinasse intermittent application is important in order to verify uniformity flow

Influence of sugar cane vinasse on the sorption and

Aug 31 2012Influence of sugar cane vinasse on sorption and persistence of herbicides in soil The herbicide concentrations in the studied soils at different times are presented in Figure 2 It is clear that the diuron concentration presented the highest decrease in the clay soil-vinasse From the 5th day of incubation in the clay soil-vinasse and from 7th

Brbara Ribeiro Alves Alencar

The use of only hydrolyzed bagasse without vinasse (23 factorial design) had no significant influence on the results nor did varying the concentration of nitrogen This increase in ethanol production which allows the same amount of ethanol productivity through a reduction in the carbon source suggests it can lead to an improved final use for

Robert Lustig

Robert H Lustig (born 1957) is an American pediatric endocrinologist He is Professor of Pediatrics in the Division of Endocrinology at the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) where he specializes in neuroendocrinology and childhood obesity He is also director of UCSF's WATCH program (Weight Assessment for Teen and Child Health) and president and co-founder of the non-profit

Drippers used in vinasse application: Uniformity and

However although studies show vinasse benefits in sugar cane and other crops (Barbosa et al 2013 Silva et al 2014) vinasse distribution uniformity in the area is necessary to avoid soil saturation especially of K as well as to provide nutrients in the product in appropriate quantities and under the law (CETESB 2005)

Fertilizer effect of UASB (55 bed treating vinasse on

In Brazilt he sugar and alcohol comes from the sugarcane This process results in a great quantities of residues as ashes bagasse gas emissions and vinasse (Vaccari et al 2003) The sugarcane vinasse is a residue of great concern due to the quantities for each liter of alcohol produced 12 ( -

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The U S sugar cane industry is located in the tropical and subtropical regions of Florida Texas Louisiana Hawaii and Puerto Rico Except for Hawaii where sugar cane production takes place year round sugar mills operate seasonally from 2 to 5 months per year Sugar cane is a large grass with a bamboo-like stalk that grows 8 to 15 feet tall

Utilization of vinasses as soil amendment: consequences

Results in the literature (only for sugarcane and sugar beet vinasses) are contrasting For instance Yang et al reported that the addition of sugarcane vinasse to soil had little effect on the fungal population but it increased the amount of Actinobacteria This suggests changes in populations induced by vinasses compounds and conditions

Field assessment of vinasse application in sugarcane

Moreover addition of sugar cane vinasse to soil has been reported to influence the persistence and sorption of herbicides diuron hexazinone and tebuthiuron in clay and sandy soils of Brazil (Lourencetti et al 2012) and also nitrogen leaching in the Botucatu aquifer recharge area (Gloeden et al 1991)

Degradation and sorption of fipronil and atrazine in

Organic residues from sugarcane crop and processing (vinasse boiler ash cake filter and straw) are commonly applied or left on the soil to enhance its fertility However they can influence pesticide degradation and sorption The objective of this study was to assess the effect of adding these organic residues on the degradation and sorption

Effects of a vinasse

the sugar cane crop depending on the potassium content in the soil Vinasse is high in potassium calcium and organic matter (Jiang et al 2012) Recent studies in Colombia have shown that vinasse with 10% and 55% of total solids or Brix are as efficient as KCl for K supply to growing sugarcane

Influence of pyrolysis temperature on cadmium and zinc

Full Article Influence of Pyrolysis Temperature on Cadmium and Zinc Sorption Capacity of Sugar Cane Straw–Derived Biochar Lenidas C A Melo a * Aline R Coscione b Cleide A Abreu b Aline P Puga b and Otvio A Camargo b The effect of pyrolysis temperature on the characteristics and metal sorption capacity of sugar cane straw derived–biochar (BC) was investigated

Scholarship 14/19091

Thus based on the lack of studies addressing the influence of sulfate on the AD of vinasse the present project aims at analyzing the influence of the ratio DQO/SO42- on the anaerobic digestion of vinasse from sugarcane considering both the degradation of organic matter and the production of methane

Influence of sulfide on the evaluation of methane

Influence of sulfide on the evaluation of methane production through the degradation of sugarcane vinasse Anaerobic digestion is a widely used effluent and organic waste treatment practice in which it is possible to minimize and control environmental problems associating the reduction of environmental impacts with energy recovery