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Title of Article Application Of Combined Mixture Process Design For Enhancement Of Methane Production Using Co-Digestion Of Chicken Manure And Napier Grass 
Date of Acceptance 21 April 2019 
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     Title of Journal Journal of Mechanic of Continua and Mathematical Sciences (JMCMS) 
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     Institute of Journal INSTITUTE OF MECHANICS OF CONTINUA AND MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES 
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     Month March
     Year of Publication 2019 
     Page 85-96 
     Abstract This research is aimed at application of Combined Mixture Process Design by Design Expert program in order to enhance the efficiency of methane production by co-digestion of chicken manure and Napier Pakchong 1 grass (Pennisetum purpureum. Schum), which enables deduction of operation time and cost for methane production. In addition, the impact of co-digestion in terms of C/N ratio was studied. The experimental result indicated that the Combined Mixture Process Design by biogas and methane yield as response variables were significantly appropriate based on the R2 at 93.99% and 93.67%, respectively. It also indicated the factors that enhance the maximum production of methane, i.e., the ratio of inoculum: chicken manure: Napier grass of 59.70: 6.02: 34.28%TS at the total solids of 2.5% of the working volume, pH 8, and 46°C. Such optimum conditions could yield accumulated biogas and accumulated methane of 920.88 ml/gVS and 492 mlCH4/gVS or 73.19%. Comparing to the individual digestion and the co-digestion, it was found that methane production presented the higher methane yield from the co-digestion of chicken manure and Napier grass. 
     Keyword Biogas, Methane Gas, Co-Digestion, Chicken Manure, Napier Pakchong 1, Combined Mixture Process Design 
Author
587040023-6 Miss SUPAWADEE YODTHONGDEE [Main Author]
Engineering Doctoral Degree

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