Download: Project Laigret: study of the transformation through direct way of organic residues in oil by fermentation of anaerobic bacteria

Study of the transformation by direct route organic residue oil by fermentation of anaerobic bacteria produced by engineering students from ESAIP, 2009. Cavalier Grégory, Journoud Bertrand and Zozor Klara

Project in the Project launched by Laigret econology.

Introduction

Since the 1920s, in anticipation of oil depletion, many scientists have sought to synthesize it from organic material. Today, there are two synthetic routes: the direct route and the indirect route. In this dossier we will only present the first solution.

First, we will set the study context by focusing on the evolution of oil in everyday life, then we will describe how oil is formed naturally, finally we will present the various studies carried out on the subject by presenting three processes , before concluding.

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