Biobutanol and bioethanol production from agricultural wastes: A cell phone application for computing the bioconversion rates
To carry out the calculations required for modelling and computing for kinetics biobutanol and bioethanol yields and production rates, several procedures should be accomplished; this requires time and effort, and there is a chance that mistakes will be made. The goal of this study is to provide a tool that will assist users, engineers, and experts in conducting these computations by creating a mobile application to reduce time and effort. The calculations were carried out using a mathematical model. The mathematical model was then included in a flowchart that was created later. After that, Kodular was used to configure the mobile application by fusing the interface design, mathematical model, and flowchart. Information was gathered from publications, wastewater treatment facilities, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and government groups. To offer output data that matched the output data obtained from the configured program, the data collected for doing the calculations in the conventional manner was used. Both the standard strategy and the program's outcomes were consistent. The created mobile application can do kinetic modeling and determine the yields and rates of generation of biobutanol and bioethanol from agricultural waste.