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dc.contributor.authorShapovalov, Yevhenii-
dc.contributor.authorSalyuk, Anatoly-
dc.contributor.authorKotynskyy, Andriy-
dc.contributor.authorTarasenko, Roman-
dc.identifier.citationThe Reaserch of Dry Chicken Manure Methanogenesis Stability / Y. Shapovalov, A. Salyuk, A. Kotinskiy, R. Tarasenko // Environmental Problems. – 2019. – Vol. 4, No. 1. – P. 14–18.uk_UA
dc.description.abstractThe studies were conducted in batch mode in thirteen repetitions at humidity of 78, 80, 82 and 84%. The coefficient of variation of methane production varied from 14.84% to 35.17% in a mesophilic mode and from 14.4% to 78.21% in a thermophilic mode, which means high instability of the process. The moisture content had a much greater effect on the stability of the process in thermophilic conditions than in mesophilic ones.uk_UA
dc.subjectкафедра харчової хіміїuk_UA
dc.subjectbiogas productionuk_UA
dc.subjectвиробництво біогазуuk_UA
dc.subjectdry fermentationuk_UA
dc.subjectсуха ферментаціяuk_UA
dc.subjectmethane fermentationuk_UA
dc.subjectметанова ферментаціяuk_UA
dc.subjectкафедра екологічної безпеки та охорони праціuk_UA
dc.titleThe Reaserch of Dry Chicken Manure Methanogenesis Stabilityuk_UA
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