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Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production

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@article{IJASEIT11846,
   author = {Yunus Fransiscus and Tuani L. Simangunsong},
   title = {Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production},
   journal = {International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology},
   volume = {11},
   number = {3},
   year = {2021},
   pages = {1007--1013},
   keywords = {Anaerobic decomposition; F/M ratio; pH; COD; VFAs; methane.},
   abstract = {

Industrial tempeh wastewater contains high organic compounds that will negatively affect the water ecosystem's quality whenever discharged without proper treatments. Biological treatment, in particular, anaerobic digestion, is the potential to be an effective solution for eliminating that contaminant. Considering its advantages, especially to produce methane gas, a study to evaluate the anaerobic digestion process's performance to reduce the organic substances in industrial tempeh wastewater was conducted. Sludge from cow manure biogas digester was used as inoculum to foster an anaerobic decomposition process. Hence the particular focus was given to elaborate the effect of F/M ratio on methane production. With a practical volume of 4L each, controlled batch reactors were employed with several operational parameters (pH, COD, VFAs) to be monitored to understand the process. Results elucidated that methane production was closely related to the composition of the substrate to microorganism. The maximum methane production (8720 mL) followed by the highest organic reduction (67.7%) were found in F/M = 1.12. The measured operational parameters informed a sequence of the process involved in the complete anaerobic decomposition. Accumulation of VFAs, because of higher substrate loading, tended to hamper methanogens metabolism resulted in low methane production. In addition to that, inoculum from biogas digester of cow manure was proved to play a significant role in the anaerobic decomposition for industrial tempeh wastewater. This finding is essential for arranging an effective yet low-cost wastewater treatment for tempeh producers, which is a basis for further study.

},    issn = {2088-5334},    publisher = {INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development},    url = {http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=11846},    doi = {10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.11846} }

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%A Fransiscus, Yunus
%A Simangunsong, Tuani L.
%D 2021
%T Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production
%B 2021
%9 Anaerobic decomposition; F/M ratio; pH; COD; VFAs; methane.
%! Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production
%K Anaerobic decomposition; F/M ratio; pH; COD; VFAs; methane.
%X 

Industrial tempeh wastewater contains high organic compounds that will negatively affect the water ecosystem's quality whenever discharged without proper treatments. Biological treatment, in particular, anaerobic digestion, is the potential to be an effective solution for eliminating that contaminant. Considering its advantages, especially to produce methane gas, a study to evaluate the anaerobic digestion process's performance to reduce the organic substances in industrial tempeh wastewater was conducted. Sludge from cow manure biogas digester was used as inoculum to foster an anaerobic decomposition process. Hence the particular focus was given to elaborate the effect of F/M ratio on methane production. With a practical volume of 4L each, controlled batch reactors were employed with several operational parameters (pH, COD, VFAs) to be monitored to understand the process. Results elucidated that methane production was closely related to the composition of the substrate to microorganism. The maximum methane production (8720 mL) followed by the highest organic reduction (67.7%) were found in F/M = 1.12. The measured operational parameters informed a sequence of the process involved in the complete anaerobic decomposition. Accumulation of VFAs, because of higher substrate loading, tended to hamper methanogens metabolism resulted in low methane production. In addition to that, inoculum from biogas digester of cow manure was proved to play a significant role in the anaerobic decomposition for industrial tempeh wastewater. This finding is essential for arranging an effective yet low-cost wastewater treatment for tempeh producers, which is a basis for further study.

%U http://ijaseit.insightsociety.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=9&Itemid=1&article_id=11846 %R doi:10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.11846 %J International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology %V 11 %N 3 %@ 2088-5334

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Yunus Fransiscus and Tuani L. Simangunsong,"Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production," International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology, vol. 11, no. 3, pp. 1007-1013, 2021. [Online]. Available: http://dx.doi.org/10.18517/ijaseit.11.3.11846.

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TY  - JOUR
AU  - Fransiscus, Yunus
AU  - Simangunsong, Tuani L.
PY  - 2021
TI  - Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production
JF  - International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology; Vol. 11 (2021) No. 3
Y2  - 2021
SP  - 1007
EP  - 1013
SN  - 2088-5334
PB  - INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development
KW  - Anaerobic decomposition; F/M ratio; pH; COD; VFAs; methane.
N2  - 

Industrial tempeh wastewater contains high organic compounds that will negatively affect the water ecosystem's quality whenever discharged without proper treatments. Biological treatment, in particular, anaerobic digestion, is the potential to be an effective solution for eliminating that contaminant. Considering its advantages, especially to produce methane gas, a study to evaluate the anaerobic digestion process's performance to reduce the organic substances in industrial tempeh wastewater was conducted. Sludge from cow manure biogas digester was used as inoculum to foster an anaerobic decomposition process. Hence the particular focus was given to elaborate the effect of F/M ratio on methane production. With a practical volume of 4L each, controlled batch reactors were employed with several operational parameters (pH, COD, VFAs) to be monitored to understand the process. Results elucidated that methane production was closely related to the composition of the substrate to microorganism. The maximum methane production (8720 mL) followed by the highest organic reduction (67.7%) were found in F/M = 1.12. The measured operational parameters informed a sequence of the process involved in the complete anaerobic decomposition. Accumulation of VFAs, because of higher substrate loading, tended to hamper methanogens metabolism resulted in low methane production. In addition to that, inoculum from biogas digester of cow manure was proved to play a significant role in the anaerobic decomposition for industrial tempeh wastewater. This finding is essential for arranging an effective yet low-cost wastewater treatment for tempeh producers, which is a basis for further study.

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RT Journal Article
ID 11846
A1 Fransiscus, Yunus
A1 Simangunsong, Tuani L.
T1 Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Tempeh Wastewater with Sludge from Cow Manure Biogas Digester as Inoculum: Effect of F/M Ratio on the Methane Production
JF International Journal on Advanced Science, Engineering and Information Technology
VO 11
IS 3
YR 2021
SP 1007
OP 1013
SN 2088-5334
PB INSIGHT - Indonesian Society for Knowledge and Human Development
K1 Anaerobic decomposition; F/M ratio; pH; COD; VFAs; methane.
AB 

Industrial tempeh wastewater contains high organic compounds that will negatively affect the water ecosystem's quality whenever discharged without proper treatments. Biological treatment, in particular, anaerobic digestion, is the potential to be an effective solution for eliminating that contaminant. Considering its advantages, especially to produce methane gas, a study to evaluate the anaerobic digestion process's performance to reduce the organic substances in industrial tempeh wastewater was conducted. Sludge from cow manure biogas digester was used as inoculum to foster an anaerobic decomposition process. Hence the particular focus was given to elaborate the effect of F/M ratio on methane production. With a practical volume of 4L each, controlled batch reactors were employed with several operational parameters (pH, COD, VFAs) to be monitored to understand the process. Results elucidated that methane production was closely related to the composition of the substrate to microorganism. The maximum methane production (8720 mL) followed by the highest organic reduction (67.7%) were found in F/M = 1.12. The measured operational parameters informed a sequence of the process involved in the complete anaerobic decomposition. Accumulation of VFAs, because of higher substrate loading, tended to hamper methanogens metabolism resulted in low methane production. In addition to that, inoculum from biogas digester of cow manure was proved to play a significant role in the anaerobic decomposition for industrial tempeh wastewater. This finding is essential for arranging an effective yet low-cost wastewater treatment for tempeh producers, which is a basis for further study.

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