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See detailThe empirical content of marital surplus in matching models
Doorley, Karina; Dupuy, Arnaud UL; Weber, Simon

in Economics Letters (2019), 176

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See detailThe Empirical Content of Marital Surplus in Matching Models
Dupuy, Arnaud; Doorley, Karina; Weber, Simon

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See detailSemi-continuous fermentation of kitchen waste
Greger, Manfred UL; Schlienz, Markus UL; Welz, Veronique et al

Scientific Conference (2016, September 21)

The use of kitchen and food waste of which a great amount is disposed every year in EU is an interesting path for an energetic utilisation and as an alternative substrate. Compared to other substrates as ... [more ▼]

The use of kitchen and food waste of which a great amount is disposed every year in EU is an interesting path for an energetic utilisation and as an alternative substrate. Compared to other substrates as energy crops or manure kitchen waste includes a higher content of proteins and fats which have a higher biogas and methane yield than carbohydrates. To exclude problems related to hygienisation a model kitchen waste (59% VS carbohydrates, 16% VS proteins and 25% VS fats) was used for the fermentation experiments at mesophilic conditions. Semi-continuous experiments in a 6 litres reactor with daily feeding shows a good degradation for loadings of 1 and 2 gVS/l/d but already a little reduced degradation at 4 gVS/l/d. The experiments with model kitchen waste as unique substrate needed the addition of trace elements and buffering agents. Therefor it would be reasonable to use kitchen waste as co-substrate. [less ▲]

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