Storage and pre-treatment of substrates for biogas production

@inproceedings{Bochmann2013StorageAP,
  title={Storage and pre-treatment of substrates for biogas production},
  author={G{\"u}nther Bochmann and Lucy F.R. Montgomery},
  year={2013}
}
  • Günther Bochmann, Lucy F.R. Montgomery
  • Published 2013
  • Materials Science
  • Abstract: Biogas substrates are typically moist, which can make them difficult to store because bacteria and mould can grow on them. Ensiling, which involves the production of acid by lactic acid bacteria, is often used to preserve crops cheaply. Biogas substrates are also often fibrous, which can make them difficult to mix and means that some of their energy is locked up within the fibres. Different pre-treatment technologies are being investigated to access the energy in these fibres, to… CONTINUE READING

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