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Anaerobic digestion of swine manure: Sung-Hwan farm-scale biogas plant in Korea

@inproceedings{Chae2002AnaerobicDO,
  title={Anaerobic digestion of swine manure: Sung-Hwan farm-scale biogas plant in Korea},
  author={Kyu-Jung Chae and S. K. Yim and K. H. Choi and Woo-Kyun Park and Dong Kyu Lim},
  year={2002}
}
In order to increase the use of biogas plants in Korea, a farm-scale biogas plant with a working volume of 200 m was constructed at the pig farm in Sung Hwan, Korea as a demonstration project supported by the Korean government. This plant mainly consists of an anaerobic digester processing daily 10 m pig manure and a dual-fuel engine-generator to produce heat and electricity. Digestion takes place in a semi-continuous, single stage, completely stirred anaerobic digester under mesophilic… 

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