Development of a Systematic Evaluation of Process Alternatives for Separation of Bio-based Diamines

Lieferzeit
2-3 Tage
Autor:
Bednarz, Andreas
ISBN
978-3-86359-703-0
39,00 €
Inkl. 7% MwSt.
-
+

Quick Overview

This study applies extraction of hexane-1,6-diamine from a cell-containing aqueous biotechnological production medium. Promising reactive extractants and solvents were identified.
A simulation was successfully validated in pilot-scale experiments. In addition, the column was used as bioreactor with integrated aeration and product extraction.
The feasibility of in-situ reactive extraction of hexane-1,6-diamine from cell containing biotechnological production media was proven.

Biotechnological processes have become more and more popular for a wide range of products in recent years, but are frequently constrained by substrate and product inhibition. This process limitation can be alleviated by process intensification, in particular by in-situ separation of the inhibiting products via extraction.
This study applies reactive extraction of the polyamide monomer hexane-1,6-diamine from a cell-containing aqueous biotechnological production medium. For this purpose, a cascaded option tree method was developed and applied to determine the most promising solvents and reactive extractants for the separation of the selected diamine.
After a preliminary identification of suitable solvent classes, equilibrium experiments were conducted to determine partition coefficients and separation efficiencies. In these experiments D2EHPA and isostearic acid were identified as promising reactive extractants and kerosene as well as oleyl alcohol were identified as suitable solvents. As a next step, the coalescence behavior was investigated in a standardized settling cell. D2EHPA diluted in oleyl alcohol was selected as promising option for realization in an extraction column.
First, the simulation of the extraction column, based on single-drop experiments measurements, was successfully validated in pilot-scale experiments. Second, the extraction column was used as bioreactor with integrated aeration and product extraction, applying a four-phase system, investigating the effect on drop distributions and holdup of the dispersed phases. Interestingly, aeration increased the holdup and decreased the drop size of the organic extractive phase, thereby potentially improving the separation efficiency of reactive extraction. Therefore, the feasibility of the in-situ reactive extraction of hexane-1,6-diamine from a cell containing biotechnological production media in an extraction column operating with four phases was proven.

Mehr Informationen
Autor Bednarz, Andreas
Lieferzeit 3-4 Tage
Gewicht 0.302 kg
Erscheinungsdatum 26.04.2019
Eigene Bewertung schreiben
Sie bewerten:Development of a Systematic Evaluation of Process Alternatives for Separation of Bio-based Diamines

Biotechnological processes have become more and more popular for a wide range of products in recent years, but are frequently constrained by substrate and product inhibition. This process limitation can be alleviated by process intensification, in particular by in-situ separation of the inhibiting products via extraction.
This study applies reactive extraction of the polyamide monomer hexane-1,6-diamine from a cell-containing aqueous biotechnological production medium. For this purpose, a cascaded option tree method was developed and applied to determine the most promising solvents and reactive extractants for the separation of the selected diamine.
After a preliminary identification of suitable solvent classes, equilibrium experiments were conducted to determine partition coefficients and separation efficiencies. In these experiments D2EHPA and isostearic acid were identified as promising reactive extractants and kerosene as well as oleyl alcohol were identified as suitable solvents. As a next step, the coalescence behavior was investigated in a standardized settling cell. D2EHPA diluted in oleyl alcohol was selected as promising option for realization in an extraction column.
First, the simulation of the extraction column, based on single-drop experiments measurements, was successfully validated in pilot-scale experiments. Second, the extraction column was used as bioreactor with integrated aeration and product extraction, applying a four-phase system, investigating the effect on drop distributions and holdup of the dispersed phases. Interestingly, aeration increased the holdup and decreased the drop size of the organic extractive phase, thereby potentially improving the separation efficiency of reactive extraction. Therefore, the feasibility of the in-situ reactive extraction of hexane-1,6-diamine from a cell containing biotechnological production media in an extraction column operating with four phases was proven.

Mehr Informationen
Autor Bednarz, Andreas
Lieferzeit 3-4 Tage
Gewicht 0.302 kg
Erscheinungsdatum 26.04.2019
Eigene Bewertung schreiben
Sie bewerten:Development of a Systematic Evaluation of Process Alternatives for Separation of Bio-based Diamines
Adresse

Institut für Industriekommunikation und Fachmedien (IIF) GmbH an der RWTH Aachen

Steinbachstr. 25
52074 Aachen
Deutschland