Increased biological hydrogen production with reduced organic loading.

@article{Ginkel2005IncreasedBH,
  title={Increased biological hydrogen production with reduced organic loading.},
  author={Steven W. Van Ginkel and Bruce E Logan},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2005},
  volume={39 16},
  pages={3819-26}
}
An experimental matrix consisting of reactor hydraulic retention time (HRT) and glucose loading rate was tested to understand the effect of organic loading on H2 production in chemostat reactors. In order to vary the glucose loading rate over a range of 0.5-18.9 g/h, the glucose concentration in the feed was varied from 2.5 to 10 gCOD/L under conditions where the HRT varied from 1 to 10 h (30 degrees C, pH=5.5). Decreasing the glucose loading rate over this range increased the hydrogen yield… CONTINUE READING
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