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Potato culls as a source of industrial alcohol

with a general discussion of the availability of other wastes

by A. O. Wente

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, G.P.O. in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Potatoes,
  • Denatured Alcohol

  • Edition Notes

    Cover title.

    Statementby A.O. Wente and L.M. Tolman
    SeriesFarmers" bulletin / United States Department of Agriculture -- no. 410., Farmers" bulletin (United States. Department of Agriculture) -- no. 410.
    ContributionsTolman, L. M., United States. Department of Agriculture
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsS21.A6 : no.410
    The Physical Object
    Pagination40 pages :
    Number of Pages40
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26501284M
    OCLC/WorldCa15167498

    Alcohol Explained - Kindle edition by Porter, William. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Alcohol Reviews: 4. Increase in technical utilisation of alcohol.. - After , there was a constant increase in the consumption of alcohol for technical purposes. It was recognised that the most important field in which this consumption could be looked for was in its application to the production of heat, light, and l burners and cooking apparatus had been used for a long time.

    cultural sources and forests for their preservation, treatment and value-addition to make them serviceable as food, feed, fibre, fuel or industrial raw materials. The book deals with varied information on the agro product like Quality Parameters of Dehydrated Fruits and Vegetables, Fruit Specific Preservation Technologies, General Properties of. The Potato as a Truck Crop: Beautifying the Home Grounds: School Exercises in Plant Production: Drainage of Farm Lands: School Lessons on Corn: Weeds Used in Medicine: Potato Culls as a Source of Alcohol: Barnyard Manure: Feeding Hogs in the South: Alfalfa Seed: The Care of Milk and Its Use.

    The literature treating of the distillation of Alcohol from farm products is very scant. But due credit is here given to the following foreign works which have been referred to: Spon’s Encyclopaedia of the Industrial Arts, which also contains an article on Wood Alcohol, Mr. .   To make alcohol from common table sugar, start by getting a food-grade plastic container or a glass carboy to use as a fermentation vessel for your alcohol. Then, dissolve pounds of sugar in a pot of warm water before pouring it into your fermentation vessel. Next, add a packet of yeast and let the mixture sit, uncovered, for 24 : M.


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O.; Tolman, L. 6 POTATO CULLS AS A SOURCE OF INDUSTRIAL ALCOHOL. cessfuUy used in both stationary and traction engines in other coun­ tries where it can be had at a moderate price, and under similar condi­ tions of economic manufacture would undoubtedly be so used in this country.

CONDITIONS NECESSARY FOR SUCCESSFUL ALCOHOL PRO­ DUCTION. Potato culls as a source of industrial alcohol: with a general discussion of the availability of other wastes. [A O Wente; L M Tolman] -- "This bulletin has been prepared with two purposes in view: First, to outline the conditions which must be considered before attempting to make denatured alcohol, and second, to give in detail the.

Potato culls as a source of industrial alcohol: with a general discussion of the availability of other wastes / By A. (Adam Oscar) Wente and L. (Lucius Moody) Tolman Abstract.

Potato culls as a source of industrial alcohol: with a general discussion of the availability of other wastes / (Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, ), by A.

Wente and L. Tolman (page images at HathiTrust) Free alcohol. Hearing before the Committee on Ways and Means of the House of Representatives, 59th Congress, 1st session. Potato starch, as a result, will become more competitive and some further expansion is likely as prices improve.

There will undoubtedly be some diversion of cull potatoes to alcohol manufacture, but in the long run, potato starch will represent a higher valued use.

The future for potato starch thus seems secure and likely to improve. Artichoke.-The tubers of the artichoke contain, on an average, about 14 per cent. of directly fermentable levulose and about 2 per cent. of starch which can be converted into sugar.

Sorghum.-This plant contains from 6 to 15 per cent. of levulose and crystallizable sugar. It may become a source of industrial alcohol. Ethanol Production from Corn, Potato Peel Waste and its Process Development shi 1*, sources like corn, sugar beet, sweet sorghum, sweet potato or from the abundant cheap cellulosic feedstocks like potable alcohol, 40% in the industrial sectors and only the remaining is available for blending with petrol.

In the. 2] Micro-organism used in fermentation. The microorganism used for fermentation depends upon the type of raw material used for fermentation. If Starch and sugar are used as substrate then the fermentation organism used is Saccharomyces cerevisiae or Saccharomyces ellipsoideus.; Fermentation of alcohol from dairy waste Candida pseudotropicalis is used.; If the Sulphite waste.

can be used on-farm or be an ingredient in industrial com-pound feeds (Scott ; Gupta et al. Sweet potato is also used as an energy crop: the tubers can be fermented and produce alcohol and the plant can be grown in areas where maize and other cereal crops does not grow.

The economic interest of sweet potato as animal feed. Cooked potatoes, in various forms are offered in restaurants and refreshment stalls and variety of processed potato products are available in the market.

Surplus and cull potatoes are used as feed for livestock and also as raw material for the manufacture of starch, ethyl alcohol and a few other industrial products.

INTRODUCTION. Cooked potatoes, in various forms are offered in restaurants and refreshment stalls and variety of processed potato products are available in the market.

Surplus and cull potatoes are used as feed for livestock and also as raw material for the manufacture of starch, ethyl alcohol and a few other industrial.

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The potato is one source of industrial alcohol. In "Farmers' Bulletin " of the United States Department of Agriculture H. Wiley says. The most important of the uses of industrial alcohol as far as the farmer is directly concerned are those included in heating and illumination.

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A O Wente. 16 Sep Hardback. US$ Industrial wastes are of great interest as a substrate in production of value-added products to reduce cost, while managing the waste economically and environmentally. Bio-ethanol production from industrial wastes has gained attention because of its abundance, availability, and rich carbon and nitrogen content.

In this study, industrial potato waste was used as a carbon source and a medium. cull potato application. Fields that will be planted into grain or forage are particularly good candidates for using cull pota-toes as a partial fertilizer source.

Table 1 contains generalized information on the nutri-ents cull potatoes might be expected to contribute to a fol.

Bio-ethanol is one of the energy sources that can be produced by renewable sources. Waste potato mash was chosen as a renewable carbon source for ethanol fermentation because it is relatively.

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Sweet potato is cultivated as starchy food crop in the tropical and subtropical frost free climatic regions. Due its high calorie content, sweet potato is being used as livestock feed. Sweet potato is popularly known as “Sakharkanda” in India.

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