Process evaluation data supporting studies on swing strategies to recover N-ethylbutylamine after wet lipid extraction from microalgae

Ying Du, Veronika Cyprichová, Kevin Hoppe, Boelo Schuur*, Wim Brilman

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Abstract

In this paper, we publish information that has not been published before, but is needed to evaluate processes for wet lipid extraction from microalgae and recover the solvent N-ethylbutylamine (EBA), for example as presented in [1], the article entitled “Process evaluation of swing strategies to recover N-ethylbutylamine after wet lipid extraction from microalgae” in which we evaluate and interpret temperature swing and CO2-swing approaches. This includes selection of microalgae slurry concentration used in the extraction process, information on switching of EBA with CO2, data on the amount of EBA in solid residue after extraction, recoverability from the solid residue, and on recoverability of the solvent from the aqueous raffinate by liquid-liquid extraction and distillation of the solvent and EBA after the liquid-liquid extraction. Also information on phase behavior of binary mixtures of EBA and water is presented. Finally, detailed information on all flows in the process flow diagrams that are given in the article [1] is presented.

Original languageEnglish
Article number104416
JournalData in brief
Volume26
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2019

Keywords

  • CO-switchable
  • Lipid extraction
  • Lower critical solution temperature
  • Microalgae
  • Switchable solvents

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