Rheological behaviour of anaerobic digested sludge : impact of concentration and temperature

  title={Rheological behaviour of anaerobic digested sludge : impact of concentration and temperature},
  author={Nicky Eshtiaghi and J. C. Baudez and Paul Slatter},
Renewable energy is one of the cornerstones of sustainable energy. Biogas from the anaerobic digestion of organic waste materials can provide a clean, easily controlled source of renewable energy, replacing firewood and/or fossil fuels. In order to maintain the requisite constant homogeneous conditions within digesters, operating conditions must be regulated according to the rheological characteristics of the sludge. An accurate estimate of sludge rheological properties is required for the… CONTINUE READING
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