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Biogas and biomass pellet production from water

Feb 01, 2020  Water hyacinth fiber (WHF), with a moisture content of 10.57% wet basis, was used to produce biomass pellets. The results showed that a total of 458.44 liters of biogas was produced from SWWH with microorganisms consisting of 68.67% CH 4, 18.23% CO 2, and 13.10% other gases. Specific methane yield and the potential to biodegrade methane were ...

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(PDF) Biogas and biomass pellet production from water

The possibility of biogas and biomass pellet production from water hyacinth was experimentally in vestigated. Results showed that SWWH with microorganisms at a ratio of 1:1 by volume could produce ...

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Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth IntechOpen

Apr 15, 2020  2. Biogas production from water hyacinth. Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is a water plant that grows in swamps, lakes, reservoirs, and rivers and that flows calmly.The leaves of the water hyacinth are bright green, have an ovate shape, and widen with a diameter of up to 15 cm [].The water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is generally considered as a waterweed, which has become a

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Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) biomass as a biofuel ...

Full Article. Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) Biomass as a Biofuel Feedstock by Enzymatic Hydrolysis. Tao Ruan, a Rong Zeng, b, * Xiao-Yan Yin, a Sen-Xiang Zhang, a and Zhong-Hua Yang a, c, * Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) is an invasive floating plant that has caused many environmental problems in Asia.Efficiently removing and utilizing this biomass has become an urgent

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Biogas production using water hyacinths to meet

Given the important amount of biomass drop from water during these campaigns, it seems worthwhile to investigate potential ways of valorising that biomass Experiments involving the use of water hyacinth for the production of biogas for cooking seemed to present a viable option in the context of Sahelian countries threatened by desertification ...

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(PDF) Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth (Eichhornia ...

SOURCE OF ENERGY Due to vegetative reproduction and extremely high growth rate Water hyacinth spread rapidly. It has been used as a potential biomass for the production of biogas because of its high growth yield and availability in large amount throughout the year and all over the world. Biogas from Water hyacinth is done by a digester.

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EconStor: Biogas and biomass pellet production from water ...

Water hyacinth fiber (WHF), with a moisture content of 10.57% wet basis, was used to produce biomass pellets. The results showed that a total of 458.44 liters of biogas was produced from SWWH with microorganisms consisting of 68.67% CH4, 18.23% CO2, and 13.10% other gases.

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Biogas Production from a mixture of WaterHyacinth, Water ...

Water hyacinth fiber (WHF), with a moisture content of 10.57% wet basis, was used to produce biomass pellets. The results showed that a total of 458.44 liters

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(PDF) Biogas production from water hyacinth blended with ...

L/kg CD without using silica gel and 30.5 L/kg CD using silica gel as catalyst. Pachaiyappan et al. [3] explored the possibility of biogas production from water hyacinth blended with cow dung. At ...

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Water hyacinth as a biomass: A review - ScienceDirect

Dec 20, 2020  Water hyacinth has been gained much attention in biochar production, biomethane, biohydrogen, biogas, and utilisation in case of wastewater treatment. Even more focused consideration is still needed to develop integrated decentralized water systems and production of the most valuable and qualitative products like biochar used in power generation.

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‎Water Hyacinth: A Potential Lignocellulosic Biomass for ...

Jan 01, 2020  On the other hand, water hyacinth has a low lignin and high holocellulose content and is a rich source of lignocellulosic biomass, and has therefore been exploited as a raw material for the production of biofuel, biogas, animal and fish feed, compost and other valuable products.

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Methane generation from water hyacinth biomass: Journal of ...

Dec 15, 2008  One alternative is the production of methane gas by the fermentation of various types, of biomass. Research has been conducted for the cultivation of the fresh‐water macrophyte, the water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes), as a potential biomass source abLe to be converted into methane and as a nutritive feed.

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Water Hyacinth Pellet or Briquette Production?

Dec 31, 2020  With the production of biomass briquettes as above, namely 720 tonnes per day or 18,000 tonnes / month or 216,000 tonnes / year, of course this is a large enough amount to replace the use of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas. Industrial briquette, puck shape. Although both types of fuel products, both pellets and briquettes, can be ...

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On the potential of water hyacinth as a biomass briquette ...

Nov 05, 2015  This exercise has shown that water hyacinth biomass can be processed into convenient solid fuel pellets using briquetting technology. The environmentally unfriendly biomass material found in various water ways can be harvested and serve as an alternative energy source. The production of biomass briquettes from water hyacinth is recommended.

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Biogas production using water hyacinths to meet collective ...

Given the important amount of biomass drop from water during these campaigns, it seems worthwhile to investigate potential ways of valorising that biomass Experiments involving the use of water hyacinth for the production of biogas for cooking seemed to present a viable option in the context of Sahelian countries threatened by desertification ...

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Teerasak Hudakorn's research works

The prime objective of this paper was to produce the biogas and biomass pellets from water hyacinth. The leaf and petiole were chopped, grind, squeezed and then separated into two parts as ...

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Lessons Learned from Existing Biomass Power Plants

Summary of Biomass Power Plants in this Report The on-line dates of the plants span about 18 years, from December 1979 to January 1998. The types of biomass fuels used are abbreviated: “mill” refers to mill wastes, etc. Many boiler types are represented: six

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The isometric view of the machine assembly is shown in ...

The prime objective of this paper was to produce the biogas and biomass pellets from water hyacinth. The leaf and petiole were chopped, grind, squeezed and then separated into two parts as ...

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The biogas handbook science, production and applications

The biogas handbook science, production and applications Next / 658 / The biogas handbook science, production and applications; lidax 658 The biogas handbook science, production and applications. The biogas handbook science, production and applications / edited ...

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EconStor: Biogas and biomass pellet production from water ...

Water hyacinth fiber (WHF), with a moisture content of 10.57% wet basis, was used to produce biomass pellets. The results showed that a total of 458.44 liters of biogas was produced from SWWH with microorganisms consisting of 68.67% CH4, 18.23% CO2, and 13.10% other gases.

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Biogas Production from Water Hyacinth [Eichhornia ...

高达12%返现  Abstract. Water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes) has been screened on mesophilic anaerobic digestion in a 90-day experiment using a laboratory-scale semi-continuous digester.Fermentation at constant temperatures of 25, 37, and 45°C showed 37°C to be the best incubation temperature. Room temperature varying between 32 and 45°C gave higher yield than 25°C

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Sustainable Biofuel Production From Water Hyacinth ...

was also developed. Further, water hyacinth grows at a very rapid pace and contains very high nitrogen content. The biomass can be used to produce biogas and the byproducts can be used as organic manure or for producing bioethanol by further decomposition of fermentable saccharides. Water hyacinth contains large

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Biogas production using water hyacinths to meet collective ...

Given the important amount of biomass drop from water during these campaigns, it seems worthwhile to investigate potential ways of valorising that biomass Experiments involving the use of water hyacinth for the production of biogas for cooking seemed to present a viable option in the context of Sahelian countries threatened by desertification ...

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Water Hyacinth Pellet or Briquette Production?

Dec 31, 2020  With the production of biomass briquettes as above, namely 720 tonnes per day or 18,000 tonnes / month or 216,000 tonnes / year, of course this is a large enough amount to replace the use of fossil fuels such as coal, oil and gas. Industrial briquette, puck shape. Although both types of fuel products, both pellets and briquettes, can be ...

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Biogas Production from Anaerobic Co-digestion of Water ...

The highest biogas production of 283.55 ml per gram volatile solids was achieved for a mixture of 75% cow manure and 25% water hyacinth leaves. The biogas composition without CO 2 showed a biogas content for the cow manure between 54 and 65%.

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Co-fermentation of water hyacinth and beverage wastewater ...

May 01, 2013  Hydrogen (H 2) production potential of water hyacinth (WH) and beverage wastewater (BW) mixture in powder and pellet form at various combination ratios were evaluated.Batch co-fermentation results showed peak biogas production of 105.5 mL and H 2 production of 55.6 mL at the combination ratio of 1.6 g WH and 2.4 g BW in pellet form. With the same ratio in pellet form, the

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Sustainability assessment of water hyacinth with swine ...

Jul 04, 2020  高达12%返现  Anaerobic digestion (AD) processes performed biogas production of crushed water hyacinth (WH) combined with swine dung (SD) was investigated in this study. AD carried out for 45 days at mesophilic temperatures ranging from 34 to 36 °C. Alkali (sodium hydroxide, NaOH) hydrolysis of WH was performed prior to batch dry AD at four different mild concentrations. Results

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Biogas production from food wastes: A review on recent ...

Sep 01, 2019  Biogas production from food wastes: A review on recent developments and future perspectives ... Co-digestion of green biomass, ... For instance, co-digestion of food wastes and water hyacinth was evaluated and showed synergism (Barua et al., 2018). Co-digestion of fruit wastes with chicken litter (containing wood chips, straw bales, ...

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Lessons Learned from Existing Biomass Power Plants

Summary of Biomass Power Plants in this Report The on-line dates of the plants span about 18 years, from December 1979 to January 1998. The types of biomass fuels used are abbreviated: “mill” refers to mill wastes, etc. Many boiler types are represented: six

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Polymer Extraction from Processed Lignocellulosic Biomass ...

efficacy of water hyacinth biomass have been reported [16,17]. In this present study, cellulose was extracted from acid-alkali treated biomass of water hyacinth biomass (WHB), and the extracted cellulose was fabricated with chlorpyrifos pesticide, curcumin, transformed into stable composite material with potential biological activities. 2.

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Biomass Industrial Innovative Projects: December 2020

Dec 31, 2020  Water hyacinth pellet produced in Indonesia, ... of course the above can be a reference and guide for trials to increase biogas production by adding biomass briquettes. In the above case, the straw used in Denmark uses straw from the wheat plant because it is abundantly available there, while in Indonesia and Southeast Asia, rice straw is ...

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Water hyacinth as a biomass: a review.

The basic principles for the conversion of biomass into biochar via physiochemical processes as well as their usability with catalyst are also elaborated which enhance their quality of products. Water hyacinth has been gained much attention in biochar production, biomethane, biohydrogen, biogas, and utilisation in case of wastewater treatment.

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Processing water hyacinth into biomass briquettes for ...

The processing of agricultural wastes into biomass is a strategy towards the development of alternative energy sources. Water hyacinth is an aquatic plant which could be used as an alternative energy source to wood. This paper presents the processing of water hyacinth into biomass briquettes for cooking purposes. The water hyacinth which was harvested, dried and ground into powder was mixed ...

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