Biogas production from co-digestion of different proportions of food waste and fresh bovine manure

@article{deMoraisAndrade2020BiogasPF,
  title={Biogas production from co-digestion of different proportions of food waste and fresh bovine manure},
  author={Monaliza Mirella de Morais Andrade and B{\'a}rbara Ribeiro Alves Alencar and Nathalia Pereira Leite and Alessandra Lee Barbosa Firmo and Emmanuel Damilano Dutra and Everardo Valadares de S{\'a} Barretto Sampaio and R{\^o}mulo Sim{\~o}es Cezar Menezes},
  journal={Biomass Conversion and Biorefinery},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-8}
}
The present study aimed to evaluate the process of anaerobic co-digestion of different proportions of food waste and fresh bovine manure. The experiments were carried out in the laboratory (using 250-mL reactors) and in a pilot-scale biodigester (8 m3). The laboratory experiment was conducted with batch feed systems testing three food waste (FW) and bovine manure (BM) ratios: 0:1, 1:2, and 3:1 (equivalent to 0, 33, and 75 % of food waste in the digester substrate, respectively). The pilot-scale… 
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