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A Review of Biohydrogen Productions from Lignocellulosic Precursor via Dark Fermentation: Perspective on Hydrolysate Composition and Electron-Equivalent Balance
Liu, Yiyang1; Min, Jingluo1; Feng, Xingyu1; He, Yue1; Liu, Jinze1; Wang, Yixiao1; He, Jun1; Do, Hainam1; Sage, Valerie2; Yang, Gang3; Sun, Yong1,4
2020-05-01
Source PublicationENERGIES
Volume13Issue:10Pages:27
Abstract

This paper reviews the current technological development of bio-hydrogen (BioH(2)) generation, focusing on using lignocellulosic feedstock via dark fermentation (DF). Using the collected reference reports as the training data set, supervised machine learning via the constructed artificial neuron networks (ANNs) imbedded with feed backward propagation and one cross-out validation approach was deployed to establish correlations between the carbon sources (glucose and xylose) together with the inhibitors (acetate and other inhibitors, such as furfural and aromatic compounds), hydrogen yield (HY), and hydrogen evolution rate (HER) from reported works. Through the statistical analysis, the concentrations variations of glucose (F-value = 0.0027) and acetate (F-value = 0.0028) were found to be statistically significant among the investigated parameters to HY and HER. Manipulating the ratio of glucose to acetate at an optimal range (approximate in 14:1) will effectively improve the BioH(2) generation (HY and HER) regardless of microbial strains inoculated. Comparative studies were also carried out on the evolutions of electron equivalent balances using lignocellulosic biomass as substrates for BioH(2) production across different reported works. The larger electron sinks in the acetate is found to be appreciably related to the higher HY and HER. To maintain a relative higher level of the BioH(2) production, the biosynthesis needs to be kept over 30% in batch cultivation, while the biosynthesis can be kept at a low level (2%) in the continuous operation among the investigated reports. Among available solutions for the enhancement of BioH(2) production, the selection of microbial strains with higher capacity in hydrogen productions is still one of the most phenomenal approaches in enhancing BioH(2) production. Other process intensifications using continuous operation compounded with synergistic chemical additions could deliver additional enhancement for BioH(2) productions during dark fermentation.

KeywordBiohydrogen Lignocellulosic Precursor Artificial Neuron Networks Electron-equivalent Balance Process Intensification Review
DOI10.3390/en13102451
Language英语
WOS KeywordReactor Performance Evaluation ; Stratiotes Aquatic Weed ; Hydrogen-production ; Corn Stover ; Biological Pretreatment ; Technoeconomic Analysis ; Acid Pretreatment ; Recent Insights ; Key Challenges ; Waste-water
Funding ProjectNational Key R&D Program of China[2018YFC1903500] ; National Natural Science of China[21850410456] ; University of Nottingham Faculty Inspiration Grant (FIG2019) ; Zhejiang provincial department of human resources[QJD1803014] ; Zhejiang Basic and Commonweal Research Programme[2017C510001] ; Zhejiang Basic and Commonweal Research Programme[2019C10033]
WOS Research AreaEnergy & Fuels
WOS SubjectEnergy & Fuels
Funding OrganizationNational Key R&D Program of China ; National Natural Science of China ; University of Nottingham Faculty Inspiration Grant (FIG2019) ; Zhejiang provincial department of human resources ; Zhejiang Basic and Commonweal Research Programme
WOS IDWOS:000539257300044
PublisherMDPI
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Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.ipe.ac.cn/handle/122111/41047
Collection中国科学院过程工程研究所
Corresponding AuthorSage, Valerie; Sun, Yong
Affiliation1.Univ Nottingham Ningbo China, Dept Chem & Environm Engn, 199 Taikang E Rd, Ningbo 315100, Peoples R China
2.CSIRO, Australian Resources Res Ctr, Kensington Energy Business Unit, 26 Dick Perry Ave, Perth, WA 6155, Australia
3.Chinese Acad Sci, Inst Proc Engn, State Key Lab Biochem Engn, Beijing 100190, Peoples R China
4.Edith Cowan Univ, Sch Engn, Dept Chem Engn, 270 Joondalup Dr Joondalup, Perth, WA 6027, Australia
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Liu, Yiyang,Min, Jingluo,Feng, Xingyu,et al. A Review of Biohydrogen Productions from Lignocellulosic Precursor via Dark Fermentation: Perspective on Hydrolysate Composition and Electron-Equivalent Balance[J]. ENERGIES,2020,13(10):27.
APA Liu, Yiyang.,Min, Jingluo.,Feng, Xingyu.,He, Yue.,Liu, Jinze.,...&Sun, Yong.(2020).A Review of Biohydrogen Productions from Lignocellulosic Precursor via Dark Fermentation: Perspective on Hydrolysate Composition and Electron-Equivalent Balance.ENERGIES,13(10),27.
MLA Liu, Yiyang,et al."A Review of Biohydrogen Productions from Lignocellulosic Precursor via Dark Fermentation: Perspective on Hydrolysate Composition and Electron-Equivalent Balance".ENERGIES 13.10(2020):27.
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