Thermochemical conversion of livestock wastes: carbonization of swine solids.

@article{Ro2009ThermochemicalCO,
  title={Thermochemical conversion of livestock wastes: carbonization of swine solids.},
  author={Kyoung S. Ro and Keri B. Cantrell and Patrick G. Hunt and Thomas F. Ducey and Mat{\'i}as B. Vanotti and Ariel A. Szogi},
  journal={Bioresource technology},
  year={2009},
  volume={100 22},
  pages={5466-71}
}
Slow pyrolysis or carbonization promotes the conversion of animal manures such as swine manure into charcoal. In this paper, the carbonizing kinetics of swine solids taken from different treatment stages were investigated with a thermogravimetric analyzer. Compared to their biologically stabilized counterpart (lagoon sludge) with an activation energy of 160 kJ mol(-1), the activation energies for fresh swine solid samples such as homogenized flushed manure and dewatered solids were much lower… CONTINUE READING

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