Optimising methane yield from anaerobic digestion of manure : Effects of dairy systems and of glycerine supplementation

@inproceedings{Amon2006OptimisingMY,
  title={Optimising methane yield from anaerobic digestion of manure : Effects of dairy systems and of glycerine supplementation},
  author={Th. Amon and Barbara Amon and Vitaliy Kryvoruchko and Vitomir Bodiroza and Erich M Poetsch and Werner Zollitsch},
  year={2006}
}
Biogas production is a very promising option to generate renewable energy. Currently, specific parameters on the anaerobic digestibility of animal manures are unavailable which restricts the exploitation of the promising potentials. Manures received from contrasting dairy systems were anaerobically digested. The resulting methane yield ranged between 125 and 166 Nl CH4 (kg VS) 1 depending on the milk yield and diet of the dairy cow. A 6% supplementation of glycerine to pig manure and maize… CONTINUE READING

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