Effect of temperature increase from 55 to 65 degrees C on performance and microbial population dynamics of an anaerobic reactor treating cattle manure.

@article{Ahring2001EffectOT,
  title={Effect of temperature increase from 55 to 65 degrees C on performance and microbial population dynamics of an anaerobic reactor treating cattle manure.},
  author={Birgitte K Ahring and Abdou M A Ibrahim and Zuzana Mladenovska},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 10},
  pages={2446-52}
}
The effect of a temperature increase from 55 to 65 degrees C on process performance and microbial population dynamics were investigated in thermophilic, lab-scale, continuously stirred tank reactors. The reactors had a working volume of 31 and were fed with cattle manure at an organic loading rate of 3 g VS/l reactor volume/d. The hydraulic retention time in the reactors was 15 days. A stable reactor performance was obtained for periods of three retention times both at 55 degrees C and 65… CONTINUE READING

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