Antagonistic effects on biogas and methane output when co-digesting cattle and pig slurries with grass silage in in vitro batch anaerobic digestion

@inproceedings{Himanshu2018AntagonisticEO,
  title={Antagonistic effects on biogas and methane output when co-digesting cattle and pig slurries with grass silage in in vitro batch anaerobic digestion},
  author={Himanshu Himanshu and Jerry D Murphy and Jim Grant and Padraig O'kiely},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Anaerobic co-digestion of contrasting substrates can result in synergistic or antagonistic effects on methanogenesis. Biogas and methane yields of the mixtures of cattle slurry (CS1 and CS2) or pig slurry with grass silages (GS1 and GS2) were measured using in vitro anaerobic batch digesters, and synergistic and antagonistic effects were investigated. Slurries and silages were incubated as individual substrates or as part of binary mixtures (slurry:silage mass ratios of volatile solids… CONTINUE READING

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