by Agricultural Experiment Station, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or .
Written in English
|Statement||L. L. Boersma ... [et al.].|
|Series||Special report -- 507., Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station) -- 507.|
|Contributions||Boersma, L., National Science Foundation (U.S.). Research Applied to National Needs Program., United States. Office of Water Research and Technology., Oregon State University. Water Resources Research Institute., Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 264 p. :|
|Number of Pages||264|
Administrative Report Or Publication Management of swine manure for the recovery of protein and biogas: final report Public Deposited. Analytics × Add to Protein; Manure gases; Swine -- Manure; Biogas; Animal waste -- Recycling; Subject: Special report (Oregon State University. Agricultural Experiment Station)Cited by: 1. Management of swine manure for the recovery of protein and biogas: final report. This study is to compare biogas potentials with the theoretical methane yields of swine manure from livestock farm (LF) and in situ biogasification facilities treating swine manure. In the case of LF, theoretical methane yield based on VS and CODcr by element analysis was Sm3CH4/kg and Sm3CH4/ton, respectively. For the in situ Author: Dong Jin Lee, Ji Su Bae, Dong Cheol Seo. The anaerobic digestion of pig manure in a downflow stationary fixed film reactor ( litres) resulted in the production of approx. m3 biogas per m3 reactor per day (35°C, HRT (hydraulic retention time) d). On treating the digested effluent by flocculation, decantation and/or sieving, a solid biomass with a protein content of about 14% and a negligible coliform Author: J. C. Li, D. Morrissette, Z. Z. Stiasny.
The swine manure has almost zero ppm, no traces of H 2 S is detected which means the swine manure is free from H 2 S impurities, while the cow manure has 1 ppm reading. As Cherosky () stated, substrates that are rich in protein produces large amounts of H 2 S which the poultry manure can produce biogas containing up to Size: KB. Animal Manure Recycling: Treatment and Management presents an accessible overview of environmentally friendly technologies for managing animal manure more efficiently and in a sustainable manner. The book describes the physical and chemical characteristics of animal manure and microbial processes, featuring detailed examples and case studies. Best Available Technologies for Pig Manure Biogas Plants Table of content EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 6 1. INTRODUCTION 9 2. PROJECT OBJECTIVES 11 3. DEFINITIONS, DELIMITATIONS, ASSUMPTIONS AND METHODOLOGY 11 DEFINITIONS AND DELIMITATIONS 11 ASSUMPTIONS 12 DEFINITION OF BEST AVAILABLE . Pig Manure Digestion. Pig farmers face mounting regulation to control odors, air emissions and water quality issues. By applying Biogas Energy anaerobic digestion solutions to pig manure management, these issues can be alleviated while turning a problem into a revenue source.
Swine Manure Production and Nutrient Content John P. Chastain, James J. Camberato, John E. Albrecht, and Jesse Adams, III INTRODUCTION Knowledge of the amount of manure and plant nutrients produced on a swine farm is the first step in the proper operation of a swine manure handling, treatment, and utilization system. The. The fattening pig manure (‘pig manure’) and dairy cow manure (‘cow manure’) used as substrates were collected from Fangel biogas plant. Microcrystalline Cellulose (Sigma Aldrich) was used as a standard substrate for all three methods according to VDI Microcrystalline Cellulose is commonly used reference substrate to estimate Cited by: Therefore, when manure, especially swine manure, is applied to supply the crops demand for N, it results in the overdose of P. P-based application of manure is proposed as a new practice; however, this practice will not only result in under-application of N in most cases, but also will require more land to apply the same volume of manure [38, 39].Cited by: 8. The objective of this study was to recover protein concentrates from microalgal biomass grown in pig manure, paying especial attention to the quality of the extracted proteins that can be used as.