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close this bookBiogas Plants (GTZ, 1988)
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View the documentAcknowledgements
View the documentPreface
View the document0. Biogas as appropriate technology
View the document1. Benefits and costs of a biogas plant
close this folder2. The dgestion process
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View the document2.1 The fermentation slurry
View the document2.2 Fermentation slurry as fertilizer
View the document2.3 Biogas
close this folder3. Biogas plants
View the document3.1 Feed methods
View the document3.2 Plant types
close this folder4. Scaling of biogas plants
View the document4.1 Definitions
View the document4.2 Scaling of the digester
View the document4.3 Scaling of gasholder
View the document4.4 Digester/gasholder ratio
View the document4.5 Measuring and test programmes
close this folder5. Design of biogas plants
View the document5.1 Shape and static loading
View the document5.2 Bottom slab
View the document5.3 Spherical shell of masonry construction
View the document5.4 Masonry and mortar
View the document5.5 The parts of a biogas plant and their functions
View the document5.6 Floating gas drum
View the document5.7 Water-lacket plant
View the document5.8 Fixed-dome plants
View the document5.9 Large-scale plants
View the document5.10 Biogas plants in cold regions
close this folder6. Biogas utilization
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View the document6.1 Biogas appliances
View the document7. Planning, design and construction
View the document8. Appendix
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