Specific know-how "request": Information on two-stage, continuous & mesophilic Biogas-digesters?

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Re: Specific know-how "request": Information on two-stage, continuous & mesophilic Biogas-digesters?

Attached a review article on how to enhance biogas plants using various means. It has a long list of references thus it might be a good starting point for further research.

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Thanks Christoph,
I will try to get this very specific and expensive book trough Universities.
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Re: Specific know-how "request": Information on two-stage, continuous & mesophilic Biogas-digesters?

Dear Detlef,

as you are German as well, I recommend you "Anaerobtechnik" from Springer Verlag (you might know but just in case).
It gives a very wide range about everything, but I remember a chapter which is exactly dedicated to the aspects you mentioned.

2 two stage anaerobic process (mesophilic) is more common in waste treatment so in this direction you might find something, in domestic wastewater it is hardly used.

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Specific know-how "request": Information on two-stage, continuous & mesophilic Biogas-digesters?

Dear Colleagues with biogas know-how,

I have a very specific know-how "request": Could some body recommend to me a good source of online literature about practical and theoretical information on multi-stage biogas-digesters for continuous mode only, at least for a two-stage systems like hydrolysis & acidogenesis and acetogenesis & methanogenesis for mesophilic temperature range? Of course this is all-ways very much depending on substrate and co-substrate used, so "only" domestic sewage and algae as co-subtrate are interesting for the time being.

Information I found in many text-books and Internet have often contradictions to each other, so I do not know which information I could trust... Often only very theoretical laboratory batch tests been used as a base of know-how.

Important for me is for now "only":
- needed different temperatures ranges by stage,
- pH range,
- HRT range,
- SRT range and
- time range needed for granulation's

for the two stages.

Any suggestions or advices on the subject are highly welcome.
Thanks in advance.


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