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Investigation of Furfural Yields of Liquid Hydrolyzate during Dilute Acid Pretreatment Process on Quercus Mongolica using Response Surface Methodology
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Investigation of Furfural Yields of Liquid Hydrolyzate during Dilute Acid Pretreatment Process on Quercus Mongolica using Response Surface Methodology
Ryu, Ga-Hee; Jeong, Han-Seob; Jang, Soo-Kyeong; Hong, Chang-Young; Choi, Joon Weon; Choi, In-Gyu;
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 Abstract
In this study, furfural, which is one of the value-added chemicals, was produced from the hydrolyzate of Quercus mongolica using dilute acid pretreatment, and the optimal pretreatment condition was determined by Response Surface Methodology (RSM) to obtain high yield of furfural. Based on Central Composite Design, the pretreatment experiment was designed with parameters such as reaction temperature (), acid concentration (), and reaction time () as independent variables, while dependent variable was furfural concentration (Y), and furfural yield (Z) was shown as percentage of Y per a dry weight basis. According to results of RSM, it was confirmed that reaction temperature () was the most influence factor and reaction temperature ()-acid concentration () was the most significant interaction factor on furfural yield. Also, the optimal condition for the highest furfural yield was predicted at reaction temperature of , acid concentration of 1.17%, and reaction time of 5 min by RSM, and expected maximum yield of furfural was 6.37%. Experimentally, the maximum yield of furfural produced at above optimal condition was 6.21%, and it was considerably similar with the predicted value, and therefore the model for furfural production from the hydrolyzate of Quercus mongolica during dilute acid pretreatment could be built using RSM.
 Keywords
furfural;dilute acid pretreatment;response surface methodology;biorefinery;Quercus mongolica;
 Language
Korean
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