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Integrated approach to sustain biogas production in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under recycled utilization of liquid digestate: Dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control

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Integrated approach to sustain biogas production in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under recycled utilization of liquid digestate : Dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control. / Wu, Shubiao; Ni, Ping; Li, Jiaxi; Sun, Hao; Wang, Yanfei; Luo, Hongzhen; Dach, Jacek; Dong, Renjie.

I: Bioresource Technology, Bind 205, 01.04.2016, s. 75-81.

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Wu, Shubiao ; Ni, Ping ; Li, Jiaxi ; Sun, Hao ; Wang, Yanfei ; Luo, Hongzhen ; Dach, Jacek ; Dong, Renjie. / Integrated approach to sustain biogas production in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under recycled utilization of liquid digestate : Dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control. I: Bioresource Technology. 2016 ; Bind 205. s. 75-81.

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abstract = "The dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under the recycled utilization of liquid digested slurry were investigated by using an integrated approach in two laboratory-scale semi-continuously stirred tank reactors. In the reactor with direct recycled utilization of the anaerobic digested liquid slurry, total volatilized fatty acids (in CH3COOH) and NH4 +-N increased from 1600mg/L to 8000mg/L and from 2600mg/L to 5000mg/L, respectively. The daily volumetric biogas production decreased from 1.4±0.1L/(L·d) to 0.8±0.1L/(L·d) with a reduction efficiency of 43±4%. Air stripping was integrated for ammonium mitigation of recycled liquid digested slurry and was shown to effectively reduce the ammonium to 3000mg/L. Correspondingly, the biogas production was recovered back to 1.4±0.1L/(L·d). This indicated the potential of the integration of air stripping for ammonium mitigation in an anaerobic digestion process with liquid digested slurry recirculation.",
keywords = "Air stripping, Ammonium inhibition, Anaerobic digestion, Chicken manure, Effluent recirculation",
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T2 - Dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control

AU - Wu, Shubiao

AU - Ni, Ping

AU - Li, Jiaxi

AU - Sun, Hao

AU - Wang, Yanfei

AU - Luo, Hongzhen

AU - Dach, Jacek

AU - Dong, Renjie

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N2 - The dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under the recycled utilization of liquid digested slurry were investigated by using an integrated approach in two laboratory-scale semi-continuously stirred tank reactors. In the reactor with direct recycled utilization of the anaerobic digested liquid slurry, total volatilized fatty acids (in CH3COOH) and NH4 +-N increased from 1600mg/L to 8000mg/L and from 2600mg/L to 5000mg/L, respectively. The daily volumetric biogas production decreased from 1.4±0.1L/(L·d) to 0.8±0.1L/(L·d) with a reduction efficiency of 43±4%. Air stripping was integrated for ammonium mitigation of recycled liquid digested slurry and was shown to effectively reduce the ammonium to 3000mg/L. Correspondingly, the biogas production was recovered back to 1.4±0.1L/(L·d). This indicated the potential of the integration of air stripping for ammonium mitigation in an anaerobic digestion process with liquid digested slurry recirculation.

AB - The dynamics of ammonium accumulation and mitigation control in anaerobic digestion of chicken manure under the recycled utilization of liquid digested slurry were investigated by using an integrated approach in two laboratory-scale semi-continuously stirred tank reactors. In the reactor with direct recycled utilization of the anaerobic digested liquid slurry, total volatilized fatty acids (in CH3COOH) and NH4 +-N increased from 1600mg/L to 8000mg/L and from 2600mg/L to 5000mg/L, respectively. The daily volumetric biogas production decreased from 1.4±0.1L/(L·d) to 0.8±0.1L/(L·d) with a reduction efficiency of 43±4%. Air stripping was integrated for ammonium mitigation of recycled liquid digested slurry and was shown to effectively reduce the ammonium to 3000mg/L. Correspondingly, the biogas production was recovered back to 1.4±0.1L/(L·d). This indicated the potential of the integration of air stripping for ammonium mitigation in an anaerobic digestion process with liquid digested slurry recirculation.

KW - Air stripping

KW - Ammonium inhibition

KW - Anaerobic digestion

KW - Chicken manure

KW - Effluent recirculation

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