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Biogas and Dimethyl ether are providing water fertilizer for an intelligent smart soil ab 13.99 EURO Akademische Schriftenreihe
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Biofilm formation is a universal trait of microbes and their implications on wide range of scientific disciplines involving biological wastewater treatment, biogas reactors, water engineering, human infections and evolutionary biology is quite remarkable. Biofilm represent most prevalent type of growth in nature which is crucial in development of clinical infections and emergence of resistance to antimicrobials and thus they pose a serious public health problem. The impact of biofilms on device related infections needs to be studied in detail to design therapeutic guidelines. This book investigates in detail the formation and structure of biofilms, methods used to measure biofilms, risk factors associated with biofilm colonization of medical devices and antimicrobial resistance associated with biofilm- based infections.
Hydrothermal carbonization (HTC) is recently promoted as an upgrading technology for highly wet streams such as digestate from biogas plants, sewage sludge, and other waste biomass. It converts raw feedstock into a coal-like product known as hydrochar. The resulting hydrochar has fuel characteristics similar to lignite coal, potential for soil amendment, or for material use. Besides the solid phase, HTC further yields a highly contaminated waste water, which cannot be released to the environment without further processing. The aim of this study is to analyze the feasibility of treating HTC waste water by anaerobic digestion (AD). First of all, the general AD feasibility and long-term stability of HTC waste water as a sole substrate is tested by experimental means. Hereby, the focus is placed on AD process performance and potential inhibitory effects. Furthermore, the study includes the economic and energetic assessment of an industrial-scale HTC plant supplemented by anaerobic waste water treatment.