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Quantification of the NH3 Adsorption on Dusts and its Consequences on the Design of Systems for the Removal of Aerial Pollutants in Piggeries

Published by the American Society of Agricultural and Biological Engineers, St. Joseph, Michigan

Citation:  2012 IX International Livestock Environment Symposium (ILES IX)  ILES12-1714.(doi:10.13031/2013.41587)
Authors:   Lomig Hamon, Eric Dumont, Yves Andrès, Solène Lagadec, Brigitte Landrain, Paul Landrain
Keywords:   Adsorption, Biofilter, Process Design, Bioprocesses

Through the framework of the aerial pollutants removal from the atmosphere of piggeries using a biofilter, this paper focuses on the effect of the presence of dust on the design of the biofilter. Simultaneous measurements (dust size distribution, dust concentration and NH3 concentrations) are carried out in the casing of the piggery air extraction.

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