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Comparison of one-phase and two-phase anaerobic digestion of swine manure

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  • Wen Hao Liu, China Agricultural University
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  • Shi Jie Tian, China Agricultural University
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  • Shu Biao Wu
  • Xiao Qian Zhang, China Agricultural University
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  • Chang Le Pang, China Agricultural University
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  • Ren Jie Dong, China Agricultural University

The possible exploitation of two-phase anaerobic digestion for swine manure was investigated in this study. One-phase and two-phase anaerobic digestion process were investigated in continuous stirred-tank reactor with hydraulic retention times 15 days (hydrolysis and acidification for 3 days and methanogenic12 days in two-phase). When the organic loading rates were equal to or less than 4 g VS/L day, the biogas yield and volumetric production of two processes were no significant difference. However, in the case of organic loading rates being equal to or higher than 5.0 g VS/L day, two-phase biogas yield and volumetric biogas production averaged 0.294 L CH4/g VS added and 2.218 L/L day, compared with one-phase averaged 0.255L CH4/g VS added and 2.168 L/L day, respectively. Significant advantages in saving cost of biogas project were indicated by the comparison of biogas production and COD degradation in the one-phase and two-phase processes.

OriginalsprogEngelsk
TitelAdvances in Environmental Technologies
Antal sider6
Vol/bind726-731
Udgivelsesår2013
Sider2875-2880
ISBN (trykt)9783037857427
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2013
Eksternt udgivetJa
Begivenhed2013 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environmental Protection, ICEEP 2013 - Guilin, Kina
Varighed: 19 apr. 201321 apr. 2013

Konference

Konference2013 2nd International Conference on Energy and Environmental Protection, ICEEP 2013
LandKina
ByGuilin
Periode19/04/201321/04/2013
SerietitelAdvanced Materials Research
Vol/bind726-731
ISSN1022-6680

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