TITLE

Membrane-assisted separation of microbial gaseous fuels from renewable sources

AUTHOR(S)
Netrusov, A.; Abramov, S.; Sadraddinova, E.; Shestakov, A.; Shalygin, M.; Teplyakov, V.
PUB. DATE
February 2010
SOURCE
Desalination & Water Treatment;Feb2010, Vol. 14 Issue 1-3, p252
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
One possible way to obtain fuel gases is using of bioreactors running on cellulose and producing H2/CO2 gas mixtures. This method has many advantages, for example: high ecological efficiency, utilization of organic wastes, low energy consumption, accessibility and simplicity of hardware implementation. The results of cellulose bioconversion into hydrogen by using an active membrane, system integrated with anaerobic thermophilic bioreactors, are presented. The suggested membrane system includes anaerobic hydrogen bioreactor and membrane module. Fermentation broth with dissolved gases was transferred into membrane module, where gases were separated from fermentation broth with its circulation back into anaerobic bioreactor. The developed system helps to obtain energy from organic substrates in the form of pure combustive gas (H2).
ACCESSION #
55321059

 

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