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Investigators at National Cheng Kung University Have Published New Data on Inorganic Chemicals
January 21st, 2011
"An intermittent-continuous stirred tank reactor (I-CSTR) was evaluated for thermophilic anaerobic hydrogen fermentation with vegetable kitchen waste (VKW). The seeding sludge was enriched from kitchen waste compost," investigators in Tainan, Taiwan report.
"Because of different seasonal dietary habits, the quality of vegetable kitchen waste was unstable, and all variations of composition were in the range from 20 to 40%. The I-CSTR process was conducted under different volumetric loading rates (VLR) with different VKW-diluted concentrations. The hydrogen production rate and yield in Run 2 (VLR as 28 g-COD L-1 day(-1)) were 1.0 L-H-2 L-1 clay(-1) and 1.7 mmol-H-2 gCOD(-1),...
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Source: Energy Weekly News (2011-01-21)