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Predicting Methane Production Potential of Anaerobic Co-digestion of Swine Manure and Food Waste
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  • Journal title : Environmental Engineering Research
  • Volume 13, Issue 2,  2008, pp.93-97
  • Publisher : Korean Society of Environmental Engineering
  • DOI : 10.4491/eer.2008.13.2.093
 Title & Authors
Predicting Methane Production Potential of Anaerobic Co-digestion of Swine Manure and Food Waste
Shin, Joung-Du; Han, Sung-Su; Eom, Ki-Cheol; Sung, Shi-Hwu; Park, Sang-Won; Kim, Hyun-Ook;
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 Abstract
Anaerobic co-digestion of swine manure and food waste for biogas production was performed in serum bottles at 2% volatile solids(VS) concentration and various mixing ratios of two substrates(swine manure: food waste = 100 : 0 0 : 100). Through kinetic mode of surface methodology, the methane production was fitted to a Gompertz equation. The specific methane production potential of swine manure alone was lower than that of food waste. However, maximum methane production potential increased up to 1.09-1.22% as food waste composition increased up to the 80%. The maximum methane production value of food waste was 544.52 mL/g VS. It was observed that the maximum methane production potential of 601.86 mL/g VS was found at the mixing ratio of 40:60.
 Keywords
Anaerobic co-digestion;Gompertz equation;Swine manure;Food waste;Methane production;
 Language
English
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