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STUDY THE EFFECT OF DRY FERMENTATION OF GOAT MANURE IN OPTIMIZATION OF BIOGAS PRODUCTION AND MINIMIZATION OF COSTS
Misr Journal of Agricultural Engineering
In this study the effects of temperature, fermentation type and hydraulic retention time were investigated to optimize biogas yield and minimize production costs under lab scale for batch anaerobic digestion of goat manure. The growth and activity of anaerobic microorganisms is influenced by some parameters like temperature, moisture content, pHvalue and volatile fatty acids (VFA), which were measured before the study. The methane values were between (61.89 -69.35%). A cost equation wasdoi:10.21608/mjae.2018.95606 fatcat:cncf56mywzacloji7ma75r6v24