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Anaerobic digestion and electromethanogenic microbial electrolysis cell integrated system: Increased stability and recovery of ammonia and methane
Cerrillo, M.; Viñas , M.; Bonmatí, A.
Type of activity
Renewable energy Date of publication
© 2017 Elsevier Ltd The integration of anaerobic digestion (AD) and a microbial electrolysis cell (MEC) with an electromethanogenic biocathode is proposed to increase the stability and robustness of the AD process against organic and nitrogen overloads; to keep the effluent quality; to recover ammonium; and to upgrade the biogas. A thermophilic lab-scale AD, fed with pig slurry, was connected in series with the bioanode compartment of a two-chambered MEC. In turn, the biocathode of the MEC was ...
Cerrillo, M., Viñas , M., Bonmatí, A. Anaerobic digestion and electromethanogenic microbial electrolysis cell integrated system: Increased stability and recovery of ammonia and methane. "Renewable Energy", 1 Maig 2018, vol. 120, p. 178.
Ammonia, Anaerobic digestion, Biocathode, Biogas upgrading, Electromethanogenesis, RNA