Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude

The aim of this research is to evaluate the co-digestion of cow and llama manure combined with sheep manure, in psychrophilic conditions and real field low cost tubular digesters adapted to cold climate. Four digesters were monitored in cold climate conditions; one fed with cow manure, a second one...

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Main Author: Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
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Published: 2017
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spelling oai:localhost:28000-41002017-04-13T16:21:34Z Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio LOW COST TUBULAR DIGESTERS HIGHT ALTITUDE SHEEP AND LLAMA The aim of this research is to evaluate the co-digestion of cow and llama manure combined with sheep manure, in psychrophilic conditions and real field low cost tubular digesters adapted to cold climate. Four digesters were monitored in cold climate conditions; one fed with cow manure, a second one with llama manure, the third one with co-digestion of cow?sheep manure and the fourth one was fed with llama?sheep manure. The slurry had a mean temperature of 16.6 ?C, the organic load rate was 0.44 kgvs m?3 d?1 and the hydraulic retention time was 80 days. After one hundred days biogas production was stable, as was the methane content and the pH of the effluent. The co-digestion of cow?sheep manure results in a biogas production increase of 100% compared to the mono-digestion of cow manure, while co-digestion of llama?sheep manure results in a decrease of 50% in biogas production with respect to mono-digestion of llama manure http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0960852415000838 2017-04-12T19:05:07Z 2017-04-12T19:05:07Z 2015 article Mart? Herrero, Jaime. et al. (2015). Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude. Bioresource Technology. Vol 181. Reino Unido. pp. 238-246 http://repositorio.educacionsuperior.gob.ec/handle/28000/4100 eng DOI;http://doi.org/10.1016/j.biortech.2015.01.063 closedAccess pp 238-246
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language eng
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topic LOW COST TUBULAR DIGESTERS
HIGHT ALTITUDE
SHEEP AND LLAMA
spellingShingle LOW COST TUBULAR DIGESTERS
HIGHT ALTITUDE
SHEEP AND LLAMA
Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
description The aim of this research is to evaluate the co-digestion of cow and llama manure combined with sheep manure, in psychrophilic conditions and real field low cost tubular digesters adapted to cold climate. Four digesters were monitored in cold climate conditions; one fed with cow manure, a second one with llama manure, the third one with co-digestion of cow?sheep manure and the fourth one was fed with llama?sheep manure. The slurry had a mean temperature of 16.6 ?C, the organic load rate was 0.44 kgvs m?3 d?1 and the hydraulic retention time was 80 days. After one hundred days biogas production was stable, as was the methane content and the pH of the effluent. The co-digestion of cow?sheep manure results in a biogas production increase of 100% compared to the mono-digestion of cow manure, while co-digestion of llama?sheep manure results in a decrease of 50% in biogas production with respect to mono-digestion of llama manure
author Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
author_facet Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
author_sort Mart? Hererro, Jaime Emilio
title Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
title_short Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
title_full Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
title_fullStr Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
title_full_unstemmed Cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
title_sort cow, sheep and llama manure at psychrophilic anaerobic co-digestion with low cost tubular digesters in cold climate and high altitude
publishDate 2017
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