International Journal of Science , Engineering and Management (IJSEM)

Monthly Journal for Science , Engineering and Management

Volume3,April 2018,

Topic : Effect Size Reduction on Parameters Affecting Anaerobic Biodegradability in High Organic Biomass

Authors:B.Vignesh || J.Rajesh Banu,R.Yukesh Kannah,S.Adish Kumar

Abstract:Bio-energy seems to be the most probable solution to the replace conventional energy to save our natural resources and our environment. In India, many water bodies have been damaged because of the excessive growth of aquatic weed. Aquatic waste mainly affects the water bodies, results in discoloration and leads to environmental problem such as eutrophication and creates an unpleasant odor. The Aquatic plants are considered to be a fast growing aquatic weed. These aquatic weeds require special adaptation to living habitat either submerged in water (or) at the water surface. The aim of present study is to size distribution curve graded in the form of the high organic biomass from unavoidable aquatic weed and this action impacts on disposal issue. Pretreatment of Aquatic waste is an essential tool to enhance the particle size reduction. At 6000 rpm the obtained values of SCOD, Protein, Carbohydrate released 3100, 0.673, 1.026 at optimal pretreatment time of 10 min. The effect of particle size reduction pretreatment will be carried from 6000 to 8000 rpm respectively. Therefore, based on the result, it could be concluded 6000 rpm was considered as optimal for the cumulative percentage finer (10-30%) than the sieve size (0.425mm).The results suggest that small particle size favours methane yield..

Keywords: : Aquatic weed, mechanical pretreatment, particle size reduction, size distribution curve, finer percentage

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