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- Klimiuk, Ewa, et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Waste and biomass valorization 2020 v.11 no.4 pp. 1421-1433
- Methanosarcina; Miscanthus sacchariflorus; Zea mays; anaerobic digestion; biogas; biomass; cellulose; chemical composition; community structure; economic feasibility; feedstocks; gas production (biological); lignin; lignocellulose; methane production; methanogens; nucleotide sequences; propionic acid; ribosomal RNA; silage; volatile fatty acids
- ... One of the major factors that influences the economic feasibility of biogas production is the availability of digestible feedstocks. There is little research on the influence of the chemical composition of biomass on biogas synthesis, especially with regard to the content of lignocellulosic materials. Therefore, the aim of this study was to estimate how differences in the content of cellulose and ...
- Klimiuk, Ewa, et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Water research 2019 v.156 pp. 434-444
- 3-hydroxybutyric acid; ammonium nitrogen; biomass; carbon; carbon nitrogen ratio; chemical oxygen demand; culture media; glycerol; nitrogen; polyhydroxyalkanoates; response surface methodology
- ... Response Surface Methodology (RSM) was used to investigate how the crude glycerin concentration and the carbon to nitrogen (C:N) ratio in the culture medium affect four indicators of polyhydroxyalkanoates (PHAs) accumulation by mixed microbial cultures (MMC): the observed coefficient of active-biomass yield (Yobs,BA), the observed coefficient of PHA yield (Yobs,PHA), the PHA content in biomass (XP ...
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- Bioresource technology 2010 v.101 no.24 pp. 9527-9535
- Miscanthus sacchariflorus; biogas; biomass; cellulose; crops; crude fiber; hemicellulose; methane; silage
- ... The methane productivity of silage of four crop species -Zea mays L., Sorghum saccharatum, Miscanthus × giganteus and Miscanthus sacchariflorus - was investigated. The experiments revealed that at a hydraulic retention time of 60days the volumetric methane yields from the Z. mays L. or S. saccharatum silages were higher than those from the Miscanthus × giganteus or M. sacchariflorus silages becaus ...