Modeling solid waste decomposition.

@article{Vavilin2004ModelingSW,
  title={Modeling solid waste decomposition.},
  author={Vasily A. Vavilin and Ljudmila Ya Lokshina and Jari P Y Jokela and Jukka A. Rintala},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={94 1},
  pages={69-81}
}
The hydrolysis rate coefficients of sorted municipal waste were evaluated from the biochemical methane potential tests using non-linear regression. A distributed mathematical model of anaerobic digestion of rich (food) and lean (non-food) solid wastes with greatly different rates of polymer hydrolysis/acidogenesis was developed to describe the balance between the rates of hydrolysis/acidogenesis and methanogenesis. The model was calibrated using previously published experimental data [Biores… CONTINUE READING

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