FERMENTATIVE METHANE GAS PRODUCTION FROM MUNICIPAL SEWAGE USING ANAEROBIC MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR
- FERMENTATIVE METHANE GAS PRODUCTION FROM MUNICIPAL SEWAGE USING ANAEROBIC MEMBRANE BIOREACTOR
- 이영행; 이상협
- membrane bioreactor; fermentation; municipal sewage; methane gas
- Issue Date
- PERMEA 2009 Conference
- A laboratory scale anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR) system for the fermentative methane gas production was operated for 60 days with municipal sewage as a sole carbon source. The AnMBR system utilized the external cross-flow membrane module and was equipped with on-line data acquisition which enables continuous monitoring of the performance of both bioreactor and membrane through the analyses of pH, temperature, gas production, permeate flow rate, and trans-membrane pressure (TMP). Such a configuration also provides an efficient tool to study rapid variations of monitoring parameters in the system, which would be impossible to explore in general.
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