1 Value-added products from biomass (BIO-VALUE) And Biobase programmet Præsentation ved bestyrelsesmødet 3. september 2014 Ib Johannsen Dept. of Engineering, Aarhus University
2 overblik 1. AU s biobase program og samspillet med BioValue 2. Hardware på vej a. Grønne proteiner - pilotanlæg b. Hydrothermal pilot plant 15/5-14 Ibj/eng 2
3 BioBase programmet Aarhus Universitet har etableret en samlet teknologiplatform til forskning og udvikling i bioraffinering af grøn biomasse. Platformen består af fire integrerede subplatforme: 1) Grøn biomasse gennem diversificeret arealanvendelse og smart håndtering (Grøn biomasse) 2) Højkvalitetsprotein fra grønne biomasser (Grøn protein) 3) Fra biomasse til energi gennem HTL (HTL) 4) Samfundsmæssige og miljømæssige, økologiske og økonomiske vurderinger (Øko-øko) Indsatsen andrager cirka 45 mio. kr., som udmøntes frem til /5-14 Ibj/eng 3
4 Biobase synergy P6 Products from lignin DCA Grøn Protein DCA HTL Platform Bio-Value P2 Protein P1 Biomass DCA Biomass 3 February 2014 DCA 4
5 Biobase/biovalue goals Biobase has the strategic goal to strengthen AU s postion with respect to strong international and national collaborations in line with BioValue goals. Horizon 2020 Biorefining (BIC), agricultural waste,.. GUDP EUDP INNO+ HTF.. 3 February 2014 DCA 5
6 Pilot plant for extraction of protein from green biomasses
7 Pilot plant - Design phase In the Autumn 2014 some critical process parameters will be studied and optimised in lab: effect of maceration effect of water addition protein precipitation Yields Protein content vs content of ANF Visit at other pilot plants and equipment suppliers Design fixed in the end on 2014
8 Pilot plant Equipments The pilot plant is expected to comprise the following equipment: Feed storage tanks Wet mill (maceration) Buffer tanks Separator (decanting centrifuge) Direct steam injection ph adjustment Product containers
9 Pilot plant Procurement and installation Procurement and contracts will take place in January and February 2015 Site preparation March April 2015 Installation in May 2015 Running in June 2015 The pilot plant is funded by DKK 2 millions from the High Quality Protein Green Protein project under the AU Biobase programme
10 Pilot plant Procurement and installation Procurement and contracts will take place in January and February 2015 Site preparation March April 2015 Installation in May 2015 Running in June 2015 The pilot plant is funded by DKK 2 millions from the High Quality Protein Green Protein project under the AU Biobase programme
11 Pilot plant Staff Morten Ambye-Jensen, postdoc (3 yr, BioValue) Anders Peter Adamsen (5 mo, Biobase) Researcher (10 mo, Biobase) Technicians (12 mo, Biobase)
12 Synergi Projekt 2: Protein separation: Biovalue: Produkt fokus, fokus på foderprodukter til kvæg, foder kvalitet, fiberfraktion central Biobase: Platform fokus, etablere proces anlæg, karakterisering af proteiner, foder og feed 3 February 2014 DCA 12
13 Hydrothermal omdannelse Etablering af pilotfacilitet og Projekt 6 lignin 15/5-14 Ibj/eng 13
14 Project 6, Lignin conversion Project overview: Project 3 Separation Lignin material KU Lignin samples, lignin knowledge DTU Catalytic conversion, analysis AU Hydrothermal conversion, binders, analysis, Up-scaling Borregaard Lignin samples, lignin knowledge Haldor Topsoe Catalysts, process Rockwool Binder testing DATA Project 7 Sustainability
15 Gantt chart Milestone overview and preliminary project plan For descriptions and full text see sektion 4.1 Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5 J A S O N D J F MA MJ J A S O N D J F MA MJ J A S O N D J F MA MJ J A S O N D J F MA MJ J A S O N D J F MA MJ Project 6 Value added products from lignin feed Meetings K K m m m m m m m m m F 6-a PhD1 start - DTU 1 6-b PhD 2 start - AU - 4yr - lab+analysis 2 6-c PhD3 start - AU - pilot- binder 3 6-d Post doc KU 4 6-c Post doc AU 5 6-d Lignin model compounds b Methods for characterization of lignin 8 6-a + 6-b Evaluation report on oxidative and c Report on initial ligning binders n + 6-d Standardized methods for c Demonstration of new kg scale hy c Efficient separation and purification c Comparative technical, env and eco.. 1 4
16 Milestones 1. Phd Thesis PhD1 (start primo 2014): July 2017, Anker Degn - Identified, start October PhD Thesis PhD2 (start m 2014): December 2017, Marianne Glasius 3. PhD Thesis PhD2 (start medio 2014): June 2018, Ib Johannsen, - Identified, start October Post doc report on lignin model compounds: March 2014, Claus Felby, 5. Post doc report on lignin conversion: June 2015, Ib Johannsen 6. Delivery of lignin model compounds: March 2014; Claus Felby; Gudbrand Rødsrud 7. Delivery of lignin samples from project 3: November 2014, Anne Meyer/Claus Felby 8. Report on lignin sample characterization: December 2014, Ib Johannsen/Marianne Glasius 9. Evaluation reports(status) on oxidative and pure thermal treatments of lignins: First results, July Evaluation report, March 2016, Anker Degn/Ib Johannsen Delayed 6 month due to equipment issues 10. Report on lignin based binders, Target requirements: September 2014, Erling Hansen, Report: August 2017, Erling Hansen/Ib Johannsen 11. Standardized methods for GC-MS and LC-MS established: December 2015, Marianne Glasius 12. Demonstration of new kg scale hydrothermal conversion plant: July 2015, Ib Johannsen 13. Report on separation and purification processes: April 2017, Ib Johannsen 14. Comparative report on technical, environmental and economic feasibility: June 2018, Ib Johannsen
17 Some delays in startup Activities well underway Overall status Three phd s and two post docs hired (KU/AU) (or at least identified and accepted) Pilotscale facility at AU under construction
18 Hydrothermal pilot scale facility Financed by AU-Biobase programme - DKK 5 mill To be used in project 6 We are on track - should be ready for initial pressurization at the end of the year (this year) Will be placed in L38, here in Foulum Under construction (Poster Bjørn Kilsgaard)
19 Some specifications Parameter Unit Min. value Max. value Feedstock capacity Liter/hour 5 50 Feedstock temperature C CIP capacity Liter/hour 5 50 Conversion temperature C Conversion pressure bar Product temperature C Safe: Corrosion stable, 700/1400 bar design, Fail safe,.. Modular: Flow pattern can be adjusted Scalable: Designed for scalability, continuous Energy recovery built in: Focus on heat exchange Cleanable: Straight tubes easy access, CIP system 15/5-14 Ibj/eng 19
20 Pilotscale hydrothermal processing
22 Hydrothermal pilot facility
23 Design compleeted Status Suppliers selected and most components ordered (US, China, Italy, Germany, Denmark.) Buildup of rack started Tubes to be shipped in two weeks (still needs 3 cold rollings) Inconel 625 Heat transfer blocks being cast
24 15/5-14 Ibj/eng 24
25 Hydrothermal omdannelse Komplementaritet Biovalue: Fokus på lignin til kemikalier og bindere, lab og pilot skala projekter, produktanalyse. Biobase: Platform, etablering af proces anlæg, fokus på omdanne blandede biomasse strømme, Energi aspekter 3 February 2014 DCA 25
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