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Anaerobic Fermentation of Agricultural Residue

W.J Jewell

Anaerobic Fermentation of Agricultural Residue

Potential for Improvement and Implementation

by W.J Jewell

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Energy .
Written in English


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StatementJewell, W.J.
The Physical Object
Pagination599 p. $30.00 C.1.
Number of Pages599
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Open LibraryOL17586026M

  With the optimized swine manure to agricultural residue ratio and methane production, a protocol will be developed for the design of such an anaerobic co-digestion system for biogas production from swine manure and a specific agricultural residue in farm scale. Abstract. A simple 'dry fermentation' process has been developed that may enable economical conversion of drier crop residues to biogas. Results from two years of process definition and scale-up to a m/sup 3/ prototype show that biogas production rates exceeding those necessary to make the dry fermentor competitive have been achieved. 13 refs.

  Agricultural residues, such as lignocellulosic materials (LM), are the most attractive renewable bioenergy sources and are abundantly found in nature. Anaerobic digestion has been extensively studied for the effective utilization of LM for biogas production. Experimental investigation of physiochemical changes that occur during pretreatment is needed for developing mechanistic and Cited by:   Presently, different studies are conducted related to the topic of biomass potential to generate through anaerobic fermentation process alternative fuels supposed to support the existing fossil fuel resources, which are more and more needed, in quantity, but also in quality of so called green energy. The present study focuses on depicting an optional way of capitalizing agricultural biomass Cited by:

Cellulosic biomass may be derived from agricultural sources, such as crop residues and perennial energy grasses, as well as forest sources, such as forest residues and woody biomass. Crop residues mainly include corn stover, wheat straw, and rice : Nurudeen Ishola Mohammed, Nassereldeen Kabbashi, AbassAlade.   Acidogenic anaerobic digestion Organic residue Volatile fatty acids Liquid–liquid extraction This is a preview of subscription content, log in to check access. Springer Nature is developing a new tool to find and evaluate : Sibel Uludag-Demirer, Wei Liao, Goksel N. Demirer.


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and Capener, H. and Dell' and orto, S.}, abstractNote = {The results of studies designed to evaluate the potential of rapidly improving the technology of anaerobic fermentation of agricultural residues and methods of. Get this from a library. Anaerobic fermentation of agricultural residue: potential for improvement and implementation: final report.

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• Yeast consume sugars produced by starch hydrolysis and produce ethanolYeast consume sugars produced by starch hydrolysis and produce ethanol as a byproduct of anaerobic respiration at 30°C ( hr), pH.

• Glucose is consumed by yeast and ethanol is produced. • The fermented mash is now known as ‘beer’.File Size: 1MB. Evaluation of Mediterranean Agricultural Residues as a Potential Feedstock for the Production of Biogas via Anaerobic Fermentation Christos Nitsos, 1, 2 Leonidas Matsakas, 2 Kostas Triantafyllidis, 1, 3 Ulrika Rova, 2 and Paul Christakopoulos 2, *Cited by: 7.

In summary, it was found that combinations of either of two carbonaceous field residues, chopped rice or barley straws, with dairy manure, as anaerobic digester feed, up to a limit of non-lignin-carbon to nitrogen ratio of 30, resulted in increased ANAEROBIC DIGESTION OF DAIRY MANURE AND FIELD CROP RESIDUES digester methane production per unit COD under the conditions of experimen- Cited by: production from agricultural waste.

Key-Words: agricultural residues, anaerobic fermentation, small - scale installation, degradation process 1 Introduction The global energy demand is growing rapidly, and about 88 % of this demand is met presently by fossil fuels.

As statistics indicate, the most commonFile Size: 1MB. Dry anaerobic digestion of organic residues on-farm - a feasibility study Key words: Biogas, anaerobic digestion, dry fermentation, on-farm. 6 Kuivamädätys maatilan jätteiden käsittelyssä agricultural policy measures to ensure future income of the farmers left over.

Fermentation of agricultural wastes Conventional crops such as corn and sugarcane are unable to meet the global demand of bioethanol production due to their primary value of food and feed. Therefore, lignocellulosic substances such as agricultural wastes are attractive feedstocks for bioethanol production.

due is utilized as fertilizer in nearby agricultural are-as. Where direct agricultural use is not possible, waste-water treatment is a reasonable option for the liquid residue prior to discharge to sewer or a watercourse.

Wet fermentation technology for bio-wastes Fig Pulper unit optionally used for waste liquefaction resp. contaminant removalFile Size: KB. BIOGAS PRODUCTION OF WINEMAKING WASTE IN ANAEROBIC FERMENTATION PROCESS Janis Jasko 1,2, Eriks Skripsts 1,2, Vilis Dubrovskis 1 1Latvia University of Agriculture; 2Institute of Biomechanics and Physical Research, Latvia @ Abstract.

Biogas production from winemaking waste – yeast biomass and wine residue containing substrate. The AD process is rapidly gaining global recognition for the benefits it can bring at a wide range of levels. In August the US Department of Agriculture (USDA) published a Biogas Opportunities Roadmap of "voluntary actions to reduce methane emissions and increase energy independence, which includes a target additional agricultural anaerobic digestion (biogas) plants by Get this from a library.

Anaerobic fermentation of agricultural residues: potential for improvement and implementation. [William J Jewell; New York State College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.; United States.

Department of Energy.]. Since most previous research was directed primarily to the waste-treatment potential of anaerobic fermentation, rather than to energy recovery, information on biogas-generation-system designs for livestock-management practices and systems is limited.

Therefore, the research project "Research on Methane Gas Production. Livestock manure and crop residue can be processed in an environmentally acceptable way through anaerobic digestion to generate biogas, also, under an integrated production scheme, providing.

The object of this study is to provide the scientific basis of biogas industry with agricultural residue straws as energy biomass.

The biogas productivity potential experiment and reactor amplification experiment are carried out to study biogas yield from different agricultural straws including wheat straw, corn straw, peanut straw, soybean straw as well as rice straw, and the relationship Cited by: 3.

Anaerobic fermentation has been applied to many important industrial fermentations, such as ethanol production by yeasts, lactic acid preservation of foods, anaerobic digestion of organic matters in ruminant cultivation and waste treatment.

Introduction of Anaerobic Digestion Digestate Anaerobic digestion produces two main products: digestate and biogas. Anaerobic digestion (AD) digestate, also called biogas residue (slurry and dregs), is a nutrient-rich biofertiliser, being the organic product of microbial fermentation after producing biogas in methane-generating.

“Biogas from vinegar residue,” BioResources 8(2), Anaerobic digestion (AD) technology has been widely used for the conversion of organic wastes such as sewage, food waste, energy crops, and other biomasses to biogas. With the increasing application of anaerobic digestion processing, it is important to find a.

Solid-State Fermentation Technology for Bioconversion of Biomass and Agricultural Residues. Solid-state fermentations (SSF) have attracted a renewed interest and attention from researchers due to recent developments in the field of microbial-biotechnology.

Utilization of lignocellulosic wastes such as agricultural and forestry residues, as well as byproducts of the related industries, is considered promising feedstock for the production of biofuels due to their renewable nature, abundance, and the possibility to support the local by: 7.A self-sustaining advanced lignocellulosic biofuel production by integration of anaerobic digestion and aerobic fungal fermentation.

Bioresource Technology, DOI: /ch Jean-Michel Besle, Jean-Pierre Jouany, Agnès by:   Jewell WJ () Anaerobic fermentation of agricultural residue, potential for improvement and implementation, vol 2.

US Department of Energy, Springfield, VA Google Scholar Lissens G, Vandevivere P, De Baere L, Bley E, Verstraete W () Solid waste digestors: process performance and practice for municipal solid waste : Tasneem Abbasi, S. M. Tauseef, S. A. Abbasi.