M.Sc. Chemical engineering University of Saskatchewan
By Cam Kowsari
Water Pollution:

Water is the only chemical compatible with human body! Earth is surrounded by space and we have limited resource of water! you wash everything with water, you drink it, and then you lose it in washroom! We need clean and palatable water to make it dirty! We can never stop consuming water then we need to treat the dirty water ( called wastewater which is not a suitable name for it! since it is not waste). We need clean water to make it dirty again and again! we know that this cycle would continue until human being is alive on this planet! Here wastewater treatment would come into play as a lifeguard for human life!

Bio-ethanol Production:

Bioethanol production related content is found in articles from last couple of years as well.
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In coming couple of weeks I will try to prepare you useful material about this topic.
I hope next week after several meeting I will have time to spend more time writing about my thesis title which is highly focused on GAC adsorption isotherms and kinetic modelings and also the project that I collaborate with a company on RSSCT tests and scale-up and -down calculations for this approach.
Lignocellulose

Lignocellulose

Lignocellulose structure
In this weblog I'm going to introduce Bio Ethanol as a biofuel. In this regard it seems necessary to offer you an introduction about Ethanol and related issues.

Ethanol can be produced in various approaches However, the final product should have the same quality. Thus we will describe the most popular approaches due to stock and the way it passes to lead alcohol.


By Mohamadmahdi Kowsari.
The most common way to produce Ethanol in the region where I live (Eqlid, Fars, Iran) is using sugarbeet Molasses.

In this region farms are suitable for sugarbeet plantation. Due to large amount of sugarbeet a sugarbeet factory establishment has been reasonable. Therefore 45 years ago i.e. 1966, factory founder decided to set up a sugarbeet factory with a capacity of 1500 tones per day nearby the city (Eqlid). Since 1966 they have produced sugarbeet molasses in large quantities however there has not been an Ehanol factory so that it can use the molasses in order to produce Ethanol. This factory is equipped with a facility called Stephen in which they extract remained sugar in the solution with a special method. So there is just a few sugar remained in the molasses solution however this is still appropriate to be converted to Ethanol in an Ethanol factory.

Several years ago an Ethanol factory was established close to Eqlid in order to catch the opportunity of consuming molasses produced in sugarbeet factory. Molasses from this factory and other sugarbeet factories is transported to the Ethanol plant and stored in order to begin the process of fermentation.

The process of sugar fermentation in the commercial scale is something different and more complex than what happens in traditional alcohol production which was mostly done in order to have a barrel of alcoholic drinking for family usage during the year.

By Mohamadmahdi Kowsari
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