Bio Gas is formed by the natural degradation of organic matter under anaerobic condition.
Controlled production of Biogas is an important part of global carbon cycle.
Every year 800 millions tones of methane are released in to atmosphere. Bio Gas contain 50 to 70% methane and 30% carbon dioxide
Calorific Value of methane 21-29 MH/M3 that is 6KW/M3
Three steps of producing Bio gas
where enzymes degrades complex carbohydrate, proteins and lipid in to their constituents units
Where hydrolysis products are converted to acetic SCID, hydrogen and carbon dioxide
where obligate anaerobic bacteria controls methane production form acedogenesis products.
Critical Considerations While Designing
Need of a Presettler to reduce TSS
Soluble CODs load crosses 4000 Mg/L
Effluent response will anaerobically to bio degradation with Proportionate Bio Gas Generation
80% of Soluble load could be handled through digester
Significant Reduction anaerobic system digester
Overall retention time for the entire biological process is handly 2-2.25 days
Chemical polishing Needed at the end for decolorization
Potential of water reclamation
Standards of water recovery to be frozen
Gas recovery compensates the operating easily.