New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion

Accurate prediction of slurry temperature in anaerobic digesters plays a key role in the management, design, and optimization of digester performance. The objective was to develop a flexible and accurate model for the prediction of digester temperature that can be used to design new digesters and...

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Main Author: Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
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Published: 2016
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-30142017-04-13T17:58:03Z New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio HYDRAULIC RETENTION TIME ROOT MEAN SQUARE ERROR MEAN BIAS ERROR MEAN ABSOLUTE ERROR Accurate prediction of slurry temperature in anaerobic digesters plays a key role in the management, design, and optimization of digester performance. The objective was to develop a flexible and accurate model for the prediction of digester temperature that can be used to design new digesters and select designs for a specific environment. The model should offer accurate predictions for a variety of digester configurations, with the possibility of coupling it to biogas production models. The model can be used for simple digesters traditionally not heated as presented here, and also for the design of a traditional CSTR. Instituto Nacional De Eficiencia Energ?tica Y Energ?as Renovables https://www.researchgate.net/publication/283344811_New_tool_for_Improving_Management_of_Biogas_Digesters_A_Heat_Transfer_Model_for_Anaerobic_Digestion 2016-11-09T16:30:01Z 2016-11-09T16:30:01Z 2015 article Vilms, Simon; Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio; Somer, S; Hafner, Sasha. (2015). New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion. RAMIRAN 2015: Rural-urban Symbiosis, At Hamburg, Germany pp. 01-05 1868-3398 http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/3014 eng openAccess pp. 01-05
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topic HYDRAULIC RETENTION TIME
ROOT MEAN SQUARE ERROR
MEAN BIAS ERROR
MEAN ABSOLUTE ERROR
spellingShingle HYDRAULIC RETENTION TIME
ROOT MEAN SQUARE ERROR
MEAN BIAS ERROR
MEAN ABSOLUTE ERROR
Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
description Accurate prediction of slurry temperature in anaerobic digesters plays a key role in the management, design, and optimization of digester performance. The objective was to develop a flexible and accurate model for the prediction of digester temperature that can be used to design new digesters and select designs for a specific environment. The model should offer accurate predictions for a variety of digester configurations, with the possibility of coupling it to biogas production models. The model can be used for simple digesters traditionally not heated as presented here, and also for the design of a traditional CSTR.
author Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
author_facet Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
author_sort Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
title New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
title_short New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
title_full New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
title_fullStr New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
title_full_unstemmed New tool for Improving Management of Biogas Digesters: A Heat Transfer Model for Anaerobic Digestion
title_sort new tool for improving management of biogas digesters: a heat transfer model for anaerobic digestion
publishDate 2016
url http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/3014
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