Bio-H2 conversion of wastewater via hybrid dark-photo fermentation reactor

Joint Authors

Allam, Muhammad Jar
al-Samaduni, Muhammad O. A.
Afifi, Hafiz
al-Sharqawi, Khalid

Source

Journal of Engineering Research

Issue

Vol. 2019, Issue 3، ج. 1 (31 Mar. 2019), pp.50-54, 5 p.

Publisher

Tanta University Faculty of Engineering

Publication Date

2019-03-31

Country of Publication

Egypt

No. of Pages

5

Main Subjects

Mechanical Engineering

Topics

Abstract EN

Hydrogen energy is a clean source for liveliness better than fossil fuel that has hazardous effects on the environment and atmosphere.

Food wastes and organics in the sewage sludge are a promising sustainable and renewable source for hydrogen production where amalgamation of waste treatment and energy production would be more than one benefit expressed in treatment of organic pollutants and energy generation.

Discovering biohydrogen production from industrial wastewater by dark and photo fermentation was the main aim of this paper.

The biogas produced was composed of H2 and CO2, and the maximum H2 content was 25.94%.

This ratio was achieved at batch configuration system and initial pH 6.2 with starch concentration 15 g/l.

Cause of using dark fermentation effluent (DFE) was used as substrate for A Rhodobacter capsulatus strain and a clostridium culture were cultivated to produce hydrogen under different light-dark cycles.

Acetic and butyric acids decreased due to first and second photo stages by 21.9% and 4.1 % respectively.

Maximum hydrogen yield was 470.9 ml H2/mol VFAs.

American Psychological Association (APA)

al-Sharqawi, Khalid& al-Samaduni, Muhammad O. A.& Allam, Muhammad Jar& Afifi, Hafiz. 2019. Bio-H2 conversion of wastewater via hybrid dark-photo fermentation reactor. Journal of Engineering Research،Vol. 2019, no. 3، ج. 1, pp.50-54.
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Modern Language Association (MLA)

al-Sharqawi, Khalid…[et al.]. Bio-H2 conversion of wastewater via hybrid dark-photo fermentation reactor. Journal of Engineering Research No. 3, p. 1 (Mar. 2019), pp.50-54.
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American Medical Association (AMA)

al-Sharqawi, Khalid& al-Samaduni, Muhammad O. A.& Allam, Muhammad Jar& Afifi, Hafiz. Bio-H2 conversion of wastewater via hybrid dark-photo fermentation reactor. Journal of Engineering Research. 2019. Vol. 2019, no. 3، ج. 1, pp.50-54.
https://search.emarefa.net/detail/BIM-1363955

Data Type

Journal Articles

Language

English

Notes

Includes bibliographical references : p. 53-54

Record ID

BIM-1363955