Producer Of Biofuels (Bioethanol) From Agricultural Residue E-Learning
Virtual training for the production of biofuels (bioethanol) from agricultural fiber wastes is a job in the field of agriculture (agricultural affairs) that is related to jobs in the field of livestock, industry and environment.
Summary of this course:
Bioethanol (bioethanol, bio ethyl alcohol) is two-carbon alcohol with the chemical formula C٢H5OH, which, unlike most other alcohols and synthetic ethanol, has an oil-gas (petrochemical) base, is produced from biological sources and raw materials.
The biological raw materials used in the production of bioethanol are mainly of plant origin, although some raw materials of animal origin can also be used to produce bioethanol. A large part of agricultural products, wastes and wastes of agricultural products, by-products of agricultural conversion industries, products and wastes of by-products of forest and related industries, and of course municipal and industrial wastes and biological wastes are used for bioethanol production.
Sources and raw materials convertible to bioethanol are divided into three main groups: sugar, starch and cellulose. Bioethanol from sugary and starchy raw materials (sugarcane, sugar beet, sugarcane molasses and sugar beet, all kinds of sweet fruits and their by-products, various grains and their wastes, potatoes and cassava and some plants special for bioethanol production such as Sweet sorghum, which makes up almost all of the world’s currently produced bioethanol on a commercial scale, is called first-generation bioethanol.
Virtual training course topics for biofuels (bioethanol) from agricultural fiber waste:
- Investigating the relationship between fossil fuel combustion and straw burning with global warming and environmental pollution
- Investigation of crop residues with high, medium and low quality
- Analysis of the use of fibrous compounds in the production of bioethanol
- Study of physiology and microbiology of ruminant gastrointestinal tract
- Investigation of structural and non-structural components of fiber compounds
- Investigation of physical processing methods (crushing, grinding, soaking in water)
- Investigation of chemical processing methods (soda and ammonia)
- Review of biological treatment methods (bacteria and fungi)
- The use of fiber compounds in animal feed
- Analysis of bioethanol production steps from fibrous compounds (pre-processing, hydrolysis, fermentation, distillation)
Prerequisites for the training course on the production of biofuels from agricultural fibrous wastes:
This course does not require any special prerequisites and is taught from the ground up.