Long-chain fatty acid feeding frequency in anaerobic codigestion impacts syntrophic community structure and biokinetics.

@article{Ziels2017LongchainFA,
  title={Long-chain fatty acid feeding frequency in anaerobic codigestion impacts syntrophic community structure and biokinetics.},
  author={Ryan M Ziels and David A. C. Beck and H. David Stensel},
  journal={Water research},
  year={2017},
  volume={117},
  pages={218-229}
}
This study investigated the impacts of long-chain fatty acid (LCFA) feeding frequencies on microbial community structure, bioconversion kinetics, and process stability during anaerobic codigestion. Parallel laboratory-scale anaerobic codigesters fed with dairy cattle manure were either pulse-fed every two days or continuously-fed daily, respectively, with oleate (C18:1) in incremental step increases over 200 days up to 64% of the influent chemical oxygen demand (COD). The effluent acetate… CONTINUE READING
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