Erscheinungsdatum: 01/2011, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Management of Industrial Tannery Solid Waste for biogas production, Titelzusatz: Anaerobic digestion, Structuring, Feasibility studies, Laboratory scale demonstration, Autor: Thangamani, Arumugam // Parthiban, Rangasamy, Verlag: LAP Lambert Acad. Publ., Sprache: Englisch, Rubrik: Bau- und Umwelttechnik, Seiten: 236, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 367 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
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The rice (Oryza sativa L.) - wheat (Triticum aestivum L.) cropping system occupies about 28.8 million hectares mainly spread over Asia s five countries, namely, India, Pakistan, Nepal, Bangladesh and China. Organic farming offers alternative system for sustainable production and natural resource system. The aim of nutrient management in organic systems is to optimize the use of on farm resources and minimize losses. Organic materials such as farmyard manure, compost, vermicompost, biogas slurry, green manures, crop residues, biofertilizers and cover crops are other valuable source of nutrients to improve the growth and yield attributes, yields, nutrient uptake, grain quality and soil fertility. The present book is a part of studies which is conducted to determine the optimum combination organic manures crop residues and biofertilizers for meeting nutritional requierment of rice-wheat and rice-wheat-mungbean cropping systems. It also focuses on studying the impact of organic farming practices on the health of soil, quality of organically grown products in order to find out economics of organic farming of rice-based cropping systems.
Anaerobic digestion of biomass for biogas production has been developed for a long period of time. In recent years, anaerobic co-digestion in which two or more substrates are treated together has been applied worldwide since the biogas production is improved through this combined process. The book is divided into two parts. Chapter one introduces the biochemical process of anaerobic digestion, anaerobic digesters, feedstocks and recent studies in anaerobic co-digestion. Chapter two illustrates a batch study of anaerobic co-digestion of swine wastewater with switchgrass and wheat straw under mesophilic conditions and studies the effect of total solids concentration on methane production. The book will be a good reference for researchers in related areas.
Pharmaceutical industries discharge a variety of highly toxic and persistent organics in their wastewater. presence of antibiotics in pharmaceutical wastewater is affecting on treatment processes. Chapter one is an overview about the wastewater treatment processes . Chapter two gives a description of Samarra Drugs Factory, source of pharmaceutical wastewater, quality and quantity of untreated wastewater. Chapter three describes the literatures concerning types of biological treatment processes and the previous studies. Chapter four gives an idea about the experimental works.Chapter five is intended to present the results and discussion, concerning the removal of COD(chemical oxygen demand), BOD (biochemical oxygen demand),Tss (total suspended solids) and other pollutants by upflow anaerobic filter, anaerobic/ aerobic removal of COD and BOD, the biogas yield, the effective depth of anaerobic filter and the design of full scale upflow anaerobic filter. Finally chapter six presents the conclusions and recommendations for further studies.The target of this work is treating of pharmaceutical waste water by sequential anaerobic/aerobic biological treatment.
Assessment of potential drivers and barriers in biogas technology adoption as an alternative energy sources has recently become crucial and attractive due to the increasing demand for energy, the limited resource for buying fossil fuel and the environmental concerns. The Ethiopian domestic energy sector relies on a limited range of energy resources with a highest share being biomass that has brought substantial impact on the environment. Although Ethiopia is known by its large livestock resource potential, the level of manure resource utilization in this regard is very low. Overall, over 95 %of the domestic energy needs are met from biomass- based fuels thereby contributing to deforestation, loss of soil nutrients, and organic matter. However, so far, very limited studies were conducted in the area of rural energy in Ethiopia, specifically limited study has been conducted concerning the impacts, drivers and barriers of biogas technology on rural households. However, they did not asses the economic impact, and driving and constraining factors of the technology. Therefore, there is information gap on the benefit of biogas, its drivers and barriers on the study area.
One of the renewable sources gained importance at the beginning of this century is Jatropha oil. Oil is one of the main products of Jatropha seeds, large amount of seed cake produced as by product. Due to toxicity, seed cake is neither be used as animal feed nor in agricultural farming. The generation of biogas from cake is considered the optimum solution while the slurry would be used as bio-fertilizer. The biogas produced can provide energy for heating, cooking, lightening and engine operations. A few studies have been conducted on anaerobic digestion of Jatropha seed cake. This book covers abroad range of Jatropha uses and which treatments were used to release the toxicity of seed cake and microorganisms involved in the fermentation process.