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Simulation of Polymeric Precursors Production from Wine Industrial Organic Wastes

Authors: Apichit Svang-Ariyaskul, Tanapoom Phuncharoen, Tawiwat Sriwongsa, Kanita Boonruang

Abstract:

The production of Dimethyl acetal, Isovaleradehyde and Pyridine were simulated using Aspen Plus simulation. Upgrading cleaning water from wine industrial production is the main objective of the project. The winery waste composes of Acetaldehyde, Methanol, Ethyl Acetate, 1-propanol, water, iso-amyl alcohol and iso-butyl alcohol. The project is separated into three parts; separation, reaction, and purification. Various processes were considered to maximize the profit along with obtaining high purity and recovery of each component with optimum heat duty. The results show a significant value of the product with purity more than 75% and recovery over 98%.

Keywords: Wine, dimethyl acetal, pyridine, aspen plus, isovaleradehyde, polymeric precursors

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1089235

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