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Considering syntrophic acetate oxidation and ionic strength improves the performance of models for food waste anaerobic digestion

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Sergi Astals
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Ángel Robles
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Abstract

The modified ADM1 improved the predicted methane and volatile fatty acids profiles. • The modified ADM1 enhanced free ammonia estimation and inhibition modelling. • The predominant metabolic pathways were adequately predicted. • k L a and k dis were relevant parameters for accurate food waste digestion modelling. • Model results showed that granular activated carbon enhanced hydrogen uptake.
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hal-03777874 , version 1 (15-09-2022)

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Gabriel Capson-Tojo, Sergi Astals, Ángel Robles. Considering syntrophic acetate oxidation and ionic strength improves the performance of models for food waste anaerobic digestion. Bioresource Technology, 2021, 341, ⟨10.1016/j.biortech.2021.125802⟩. ⟨hal-03777874⟩

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