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Progress in biogas II - Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues. Pt. 1. Proceedings; Progress in Biogas II - Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen. T. 1. Tagungsband

Abstract

Within the International Congress at the University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Federal Republic of Germany) from 29th March to 1st April, 2011, the following lectures were held: (1) Biogas in Europe (F. Scholwin); (2) Biogas development in China: International Cooperation to up-scale the technology (Z. Li); (3) The methane to markets initiative and opportunities for livestock manure digesters in the United states (C. Voell); (4) Biogas for sanitation in Africa - experiences from creating a sustainable market 2003 to 2010 (M. Lebofa); (5) Are biogas plants in Baden-Wuerttemberg efficient? (M. Stanull); (6) The Estonian theoretical and practical biogas production potential and economically feasible feed-in-tariff for renewable electricity for micro CHP using biogas (A. Oja); (7) Biomass potentials for biogas utilization and the effects on sustainability in Kalugo (P. Fiedler); (8) An Integrated Energy System applied to Milking Dairy Cows (I. Bywater); (9) WINUBIO-Alternative technology to improve Austria's biogas capacity (V. Steinmueller); (10) Interdisciplinary approaches to advances in sustainable biogas production in Europe (S. Kusch); (11) Problems encountered in disseminating biogas technology in Uganda (G. Mabudo); (12) reasons to the success to biogas program in Nepal (K. Dawadi); (13) Effects of increasing biomass production for energetic utilization on soil fertility in the  More>>
Authors:
"NONE"
Publication Date:
Aug 12, 2011
Product Type:
Conference
Report Number:
ETDE-DE-2487
Resource Relation:
Conference: International congress ''progress in biogas II: Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues'', Internationaler Kongress ''Progress in Biogas II: Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen'', Stuttgart (Germany), 30 Mar - 1 Apr 2011
Subject:
09 BIOMASS FUELS; AGRICULTURAL WASTES; ANAEROBIC DIGESTION; BIOGAS PROCESS; BIOMASS; BIOMASS CONVERSION PLANTS; CELLULOSE; FERMENTATION; MEETINGS; PRODUCTION; PURIFICATION; RESIDUES
OSTI ID:
21462586
Research Organizations:
Internationales Biogas und Bioenergie Kompetenzzentrum, Kirchberg (Germany); Foerdergesellschaft fuer nachhaltige Biogas- und Bioenergienutzung (FnBB e.V.), Kirchberg/Jagst (Germany)
Country of Origin:
Germany
Language:
German
Other Identifying Numbers:
TRN: DE11G8717
Availability:
Commercial reproduction prohibited; OSTI as DE21462586
Submitting Site:
DE
Size:
299 pages
Announcement Date:
Aug 13, 2011

Citation Formats

Progress in biogas II - Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues. Pt. 1. Proceedings; Progress in Biogas II - Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen. T. 1. Tagungsband. Germany: N. p., 2011. Web.
Progress in biogas II - Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues. Pt. 1. Proceedings; Progress in Biogas II - Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen. T. 1. Tagungsband. Germany.
2011. "Progress in biogas II - Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues. Pt. 1. Proceedings; Progress in Biogas II - Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen. T. 1. Tagungsband." Germany.
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title = {Progress in biogas II - Biogas production from agricultural biomass and organic residues. Pt. 1. Proceedings; Progress in Biogas II - Biogasproduktion aus landwirtschaftlicher Biomasse und organischen Reststoffen. T. 1. Tagungsband}
abstractNote = {Within the International Congress at the University of Hohenheim (Stuttgart, Federal Republic of Germany) from 29th March to 1st April, 2011, the following lectures were held: (1) Biogas in Europe (F. Scholwin); (2) Biogas development in China: International Cooperation to up-scale the technology (Z. Li); (3) The methane to markets initiative and opportunities for livestock manure digesters in the United states (C. Voell); (4) Biogas for sanitation in Africa - experiences from creating a sustainable market 2003 to 2010 (M. Lebofa); (5) Are biogas plants in Baden-Wuerttemberg efficient? (M. Stanull); (6) The Estonian theoretical and practical biogas production potential and economically feasible feed-in-tariff for renewable electricity for micro CHP using biogas (A. Oja); (7) Biomass potentials for biogas utilization and the effects on sustainability in Kalugo (P. Fiedler); (8) An Integrated Energy System applied to Milking Dairy Cows (I. Bywater); (9) WINUBIO-Alternative technology to improve Austria's biogas capacity (V. Steinmueller); (10) Interdisciplinary approaches to advances in sustainable biogas production in Europe (S. Kusch); (11) Problems encountered in disseminating biogas technology in Uganda (G. Mabudo); (12) reasons to the success to biogas program in Nepal (K. Dawadi); (13) Effects of increasing biomass production for energetic utilization on soil fertility in the German Federal State on Brandenburg (J. Zimmer); (14) Biogas plants as part of sustainable development within peasant family farms in Germany - Interim results of an empirical field study (A. Bischoff); (15) Life cycle assessment of heat and power generation in biogas fed combined heat and power plants under German conditions (J. Lansche); (16) Biogas from lignocellulosic biomass: interest of pretreatments (H. Carrere); (17) Effect of physical and thermal pre-treatments on biogas yield of some agricultural by-products (P. Balsari); (18) Extrusion pre-treatment of green waste for biogas production - Methabe yield and energy balance (R. Bolduan); (19) Evaluation of a pre-treatment process for improved methane production from grass silage (A. Orozco); (20) Anaerobic fungi and biogas production (J. Prochazka); (21) Preservation of sugar beets for biogas production (A. Wagner); (22) Fibre, biogas and compost from banana agro-residues (leaves, pseudostem and rachis) by anaerobic digestion in plug flow type digester (H. Chanakya); (23) Extraction of biogas from waste products of he sugarcane industry (J. Rietzler); (24) Practical experiences with the digestion of straw in 2-stage AD plants - Extension of the value chain (W. Danner); (25) Improving biogas production on wastewater treatment plants by co-digestion of grass (D. Klein); (26) Generation of algal biomass for biogas production: energetic and environmental from a Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) perspective (F. Romagnoli); (27) Risk reduction in spreading plant pathogens by anaerobic digestion? First results from laboratory experiments (M. Heiermann); (28) Demand-oriented biogas production for the generation of peak load (R. Wallmann); (29) Investigation of mesophilic and thermophilic bioleaching method in a two-phase anaerobic digestion process (M. Schoenberg): (30) Efficient hydrogen fermentation for 2-stage anaerobic digestion processes: Conversion of sucrose containing substrates (S. Noebauer); (31) Process development of two-phase pressure formation - Influence of gas solubilities (A.-M. Wonneberger); (32) Benefits and limitations when treating liquid pig manure in an anaerobic membrane bioreactor (P. Messerl); (33) Experiences with continuous high-rate thermophilic dry anaerobic digestion of energy crops (L. De Baere); (34) The Sauter-biogas-system: spraying instead of stirring (S. Sauter); (35) Biogas production from raw palm oil mill effluent using a pilot-scale anaerobic hybrid reactor (C. Wangnai); (36) Eta max - the biogas power plant with high biological efficiency (M. Niederbacher); (37) Long time storage of biogas microorganisms at low costs (A. Speetzen); (38) Doubling the degradation efficiency of biogas plants by adding high performance bacteria (D. Schmack); (39) Importance of mineral substances for anaerobic microorganisms and causes of concentration differences in biogas digesters (A. Lemmer); (40) Early warning indicator in terms of process failure due to organic overloads (A. Kleyboecker); (41) Assessment of methane potentials - significance of batch tests (S. Wulf); (42) Evaluation of the prediction of biogas production from maize silages with near infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) (F. Mayer); (43) Online measurement of specific parameters in renewable raw material biogas plants through near-infrared-reflectance spectroscopy (NIRS) (A. Stockl); (44) Anaerobic digestion process monitoring: Focus on the gas phase using electronic nose technology (G. Adam); (45) The FlexPowerstation: A power plant for all biomass gas (E. Prabhu); (46) Monitoring of a 192 kW{sub e}l. biogas CHP unit at the research station 'Unterer Lindenhof' (B. Thomas); (47) Assessing the electronic power requirement of a biogas CHP unit and thermal energy demand of digesters - conducting intensive measurements (H.-J. Naegele); (48) The EU project GasHighWay - Interim results and best-practice-examples of the use of biogas as vehicle fuel (A. Haas); (49) Innovative CO{sub 2} separation of biogas by polymer resins: Operation of a continuous lab-scale plant (K. Raab); (50) Low pressure biogas purification system (G. Kedia); (51)The upgrading of biogas to biomethane, using a combined membrane/cryogenic process (E. Martynowicz); (52) The 'Zeven Model' (B. Drescher); (53) Sustainable European biomethane strategy (E. Angelova); (54) Biogas pool for municipal utilities (H. Kern); (55) Biogas into the grid: Co-operation between Gothenburg Energy, Viken farm and BioWaz (B. Chubb).}
place = {Germany}
year = {2011}
month = {Aug}
}