Live Webinar - AD Biogas Plants - Design and operation of feedstock & silage clamps for maximum yield.

Discussing the critical factors involved in the storage of feedstocks. including cost effective clamp design, the ensiling process and management of the feedstock to maximise gas yield.

At the point of harvest the feedstock material, be it maize, grass, sugar beet or another crop, has a finite potential energy stored within it. As soon as it is harvested it starts to lose this energy due to respiration but with careful handling & storage these losses can be minimised leaving the maximum available to the digestion process.

Jeremy will look at the science behind the ensiling process, optimum clamp design, height, layout and relative costs, restrictions on compaction vehicle size, current regulations including effluent storage and the different options available for precast concrete wall construction. Best practice for use of the feedstock will also be discussed.

The webinar is intended to be of interest to Designers, builders, constructors, managers, operators and owners of anaerobic digestion plants. Feedstock storage is an often overlooked area of the facility but is fundamental to the efficiency of the AD plant.



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Add to Calendar 26/03/2015 26/03/2015 Europe/Paris Live Webinar - AD Biogas Plants - Design and operation of feedstock & silage clamps for maximum yield. Discussing the critical factors involved in the storage of feedstocks. including cost effective clamp design, the ensiling process and management of the feedstock to maximise gas yield.

At the point of harvest the feedstock material, be it maize, grass, sugar beet or another crop, has a finite potential energy stored within it. As soon as it is harvested it starts to lose this energy due to respiration but with careful handling & storage these losses can be minimised leaving the maximum available to the digestion process.

Jeremy will look at the science behind the ensiling process, optimum clamp design, height, layout and relative costs, restrictions on compaction vehicle size, current regulations including effluent storage and the different options available for precast concrete wall construction. Best practice for use of the feedstock will also be discussed.

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