by Directorate of Industries and Mineral Development, Punjab in Lahore .
Written in English
|Statement||by Aitzaz Barkat Chaudhri.|
|LC Classifications||MLCM 95/12613 (H)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||38 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||38|
|LC Control Number||86931479|
As is often found with many industrial by-products, the chemical composition of molasses shows wide variation. Its composition is influenced by factors such as s oil type, ambient temperature, moisture, season of production, variety, production practices at a particular processing plant, and . The report titled“Market Survey cum Detailed Techno Economic Feasibility Report on Ethanol from Molasses (with Spent Wash Treatment)”provides an insight into the Ethanol market in India with focus on uses and applications, Manufacturing Process, Process Flow Sheets, Plant Layout and Project Financials of Ethanol from Molasses project. Molasses for industrial use — Specification, is. identical with and has been reproduced from an East African Standard, EAS , Molasses for industrial use — Specification, and adopted. as a Uganda Standard. Wherever the words, “East African Standard" appear, they should be replaced by "Uganda Standard.". is an inexpensive alternative to use. Keywords: Livestock, feeding, molasses, micronutrients, toxicity. Introduction Molasses is a dark brown, viscous liquid produced as a co-product of the production of sugar. After dissolving sugars out at high temperature, the crystals of sugar settle out as the liquid.
Molasses is a viscous by-product of the refining of sugarcane, grapes, or sugar beets into sugar. The quality of molasses depends on the maturity of the source plant, the amount of sugar extracted, and the method employed. Cane molasses To make molasses, the cane of a sugar plant is harvested and stripped of its leaves. Molasses are used for animal feed, pharmaceuticals extraction (betaine, vitamins, etc.) or as a source of carbon in fermentation processes (e.g. production of ethanol and citric acid). From: Handbook of Waste Management and Co-Product Recovery in Food Processing, Volume 1, understand the bamboo industrial utilization and promote the development of bamboo processing industry via the publication of this book. INDUSTRIAL UTILIZATION ON BAMBOO Zhang Qisheng, Jiang Shenxue, and Tang Yongyu 26 Industrial Utilization On Bamboo 9 . A technical report is a formal report designed to convey technical information in a clear and easily accessible format. It is divided into sections which allow different readers to access different levels of information. This guide explains the commonly accepted format for a technical report.
At industrial level, ethanol is prepared by molasses fermentation. A residue begotten from sugar cane processing, molasses is the mother liquor left after crystallization of sugarcane juice. It is a dark colored viscous liquid that contains approximately 40 to 50% fermentable sugar. Considering that cane molasses contains nutrients and hazardous substances, efficient production of l-lactic acid was developed by using a co-feeding strategy based on the utilization of cane. Distillery Industries Wastes • The distilleries using molasses, a bye-product of sugar industry, for production of alcohol by fermentation and distillation process, generate highly organic and colored wastewater. • Considered as one of the most polluting industries. • Total waste volume is 6O to litres per litre of alcohol produced. A technical report should contain a conclusion or in other words a recommendation. Mention any comment about your evaluation. Tips in Writing a Technical Report. A technical report requires an expertise of the subject. Writing a technical report about the construction of a building should be done by an engineer or the supervising manager.