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biogas

[′bī·ō‚gas]
(materials)
A mixture of methane and carbon dioxide generated from the bacterial decomposition of animal and vegetable wastes.
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Med shot, Sakphouseth showing Cracco a biogas digester
Its texture may cause scum formation in biogas digesters and inhibit the process.
Increased input into a biogas digester designed for smaller livestock production means a decrease in retention time and inadequate utilization of C[H.
Twelve sets of biogas digester, complete with hoses, pipes and burners, as well as office equipment such as printers, network peripherals, DSLR camera and video camera, were received by PhilSCAT Co-Director Cheng Liangji and Asst.
A biogas digester also allows for more effective waste management since all organic waste may be used for biogas production, thus reducing the quantity of waste required to be disposed of in landfills.
He believes that would-be biogas digester constructors should build a tiny gallon-jug model before going all out with a small-scale or large-scale digester.
Our pupils have provided a biogas digester that turns cow pats into electricity.
Entec Biogas GmbH of Austria provided the biogas digester system to PEDA.
A biogas digester consists of one or more airtight reservoirs into which a suitable feedstock--cow dung, human waste, abattoir waste--is placed, either in batches or by continuous feed.
A biogas digester is the device in which the digestion process
This process takes place in a sealed container known as a biogas digester.
Widely accepted in Europe, the use of biogas digester systems with GE's Jenbacher engines is a fairly new U.