The process of producing fuel from corn
The flow chart provides an overview of producing fuel from corn. There are eight main stages in the process of changing corn into ethanol. Beginning with storing corn and end with transporting ethanol fuel. Following this process, corn will be turned into ethanol by the transforming process with three steps as cooking, fermenting, and separating.
First of all, the corn is stored carefully and milled after that. In the next step, water is added during the cooking step. This step takes 4 hours. At the following stage, it takes 48 hours to ferment. Then, the unfinished product is separated into two different parts. The liquid is continued to purify thereby making purifying ethanol. This step takes 5 hours to be finished. On the other way, we also have the solid by-product through the separating process.
Then, ethanol fuel is stored with a special technique. The process concludes with the transporting step.
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