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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 waterCO2Nutrients Oxygen feeding vessel photobioreactor discovered water separator algae slurry press biomass centrifuge ethanol THE PROCESS OF PRODUCING ETHANOLFROM ALGAE AND YEAST blue-green algae (cyanobacteria) and yeast are the mainparts of this fuel-producing system the separation system of this photobioreactor would beunderground, while the main part of the photobioreactorcontaining algae would be aboveground, accessing lightthe materials used would be glass (and glass derivatives likepyrex) and rigid acrylic (PMMA) oxygen would be kept out of the yeast area by sensors that would release oxygen into the feeding vesselthe source of light for photosynthesis comes from the sun'sUV rayswater, a byproduct of certain processes in the photobioreactor,is circulated through to the start for processes, providinga source of water after an initial input the byproducts of these processes are:-water-oxygen-energy in the form of ATP -CO2-ethanol inside the photobioreactor process: lots of dogs were used as inspirationfor this project Massachusetts Institute of Technology. (n.d.). Boosting biofuel: Yeast made to tolerate high levels of ethanol, making them more productive. Retrieved November 17, 2014, from, A. (2014, October 2). New approach to boosting biofuelproduction. Retrieved November 17, 2014, from CHEMISTRY - What is Fermentation? - Enzymes - Yeast- Alcohol - Batch Process - Renewable Resourse - Bread - Yoghurt - Cheese - Rennet - GCSE SCIENCE. (n.d.). Retrieved November 17, 2014, from of Algae - Photobioreactor - Oilgae - Oil from Algae. (2013, January 1). Retrieved November 18, 2014, from Luo, D. (2010, October 22). Life Cycle Energy andGreenhouse Gas Emissions for an Ethanol Production Process Based on Bule-Green Algae. Retrieved November27, 2014, from references by cassie mack & alden tackettperiod 611/23/14
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