anaerobic digestion

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Related to Anaerobic decay: anaerobic respiration, Anaerobic decomposition

anaerobic digestion

n
the conversion of biodegradable waste matter into compost in the absence of oxygen
anaerobic digester n
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In general, poor aeration promotes anaerobic decay, which can lead to foul odors and complaints from the community.
Plus, when organic waste is dumped in a landfill, it breaks down slowly through anaerobic decay.
Methanegenesis: it is the last stadium of the anaerobic decay when from the acetic acid, hydrogen and carbon dioxide rises methane--C[H.
In this paper, the behavior of anaerobic decay of cellulose and its time progression are simulated using the MATLAB-SIMULINK environment.
2-], are abundant in ASS (Walker 1972; van Breemen 1973; Dent 1986) and can be important terminal electron acceptors during the anaerobic decay of organic matter.
But the German calculations--basedon estimates of the quantity and types of urban wastes disposed in landfills throughout the world--indicate that the anaerobic decay of organic material buried in municipal- and industrial-waste dumps may be contributing between 30 million and 70 million tons of methane per year.
Methane is the next largest contributor, mostly from the anaerobic decay of solid waste in landfills.
Fermentation of amaranth mass is engaged in anaerobic decay.
Fermentation of amaranth mass runs in anaerobic decay.
One of the purposes of the article is to check out the anaerobic decay efficiency of amaranth in laboratory conditions.
Mathematical simulation of anaerobic decay of amaranth rest will progress in these presumptive steps: