Enhanced hydrolysis of waste activated sludge for methane production via anaerobic digestion under N2-nanobubble water addition

Volume: 693, Pages: 133524 - 133524
Published: Nov 1, 2019
Abstract
Anaerobic digestion (AD) is a relatively safe and economically feasible disposal technique for waste activated sludge (WAS), in which hydrolysis of complex organic matters is the rate-limiting step. The aim of this study is to explore the efficiency of applying nitrogen gas nanobubble water (N2-NBW) to AD of WAS and reveal the possible mechanisms. The possible effects of N2-NBW on different processes during AD of WAS were investigated and N2-NBW...
Paper Details
Title
Enhanced hydrolysis of waste activated sludge for methane production via anaerobic digestion under N2-nanobubble water addition
Published Date
Nov 1, 2019
Volume
693
Pages
133524 - 133524
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