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Characteristics of Microbial Fuel Cells Using Pig Waste and sPAES Membrane
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  • Journal title : Korean Chemical Engineering Research
  • Volume 54, Issue 4,  2016, pp.453-458
  • Publisher : The Korean Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • DOI : 10.9713/kcer.2016.54.4.453
 Title & Authors
Characteristics of Microbial Fuel Cells Using Pig Waste and sPAES Membrane
Lee, Se-Hoon; Mun, Ji-Yoon; Kim, Young-Sook; Chu, Cheun-Ho; Na, Il-Chai; Lee, Jeong-Hoon; Lee, Moo-Seok; Lee, Dong-Hoon; Park, Kwon-Pil;
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 Abstract
Microbial fuel cells (MFC) were operated with pig wastes and PEMFC (Proton Exchange Membrane Fuel Cells) MEA (Membrane and Electrode Assembly). Performance of hydrocarbon membrane was compared with that of perfluoro membrane at MFC condition. Sulfonated-Poly(Arylene Ether Sulfone) was used as hydrocarbon membrane and Gore membrane was used as perfluoro membrane. OCV of sPAES MEA was 50mV higher than that of Gore MEA and power density of sPAES MEA was similar that of Gore MEA. Reinforcement of sPAES membrane stabilized the performance of MEA in MFC. The highest performance was obtained at temperature of and with culture solution circulation rate of 50 ml/min. The highest power density was at optimum condition in MFC using pig waste.
 Keywords
Microbial fuel cells;Pig wastes;Hydrocarbon membrane;sPAES membrane;Optimum condition;
 Language
Korean
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