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Volume 175, 2020XIII International Scientific and Practical Conference “State and Prospects for the Development of Agribusiness – INTERAGROMASH 2020”
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|Published online||29 June 2020|
The use of zeolites for biogas purification in agricultural production
North-Eastern Federal University in Yakutsk (NEFU), 58, Belinsky str., 677027, Yakutsk, Russia
2 Yakut State Agricultural Academy (Branch an Oktemtsy), 16, Moiseev Lane, 678011, Oktemtsy, Russia
3 Banzarov Buryat State University, 24a, Smolina str., 670000, Ulan Ude, Russia
4 Russian Academy of Sciences Geological Institute of SB RAS, 6a, Sakhyanov, 670047, Ulan-Ude, Russia
* Corresponding author: firstname.lastname@example.org
The article refers to studies related to the purification of biogas. Biogas is obtained by fermenting of native manure. Biogas is obtained as a result of fermentation of native manure with subsequent purification from unwanted impurities. After purification, the content of methane in biofuel rises, therefore the quality of alternative fuel improves. The results of studies on the use of natural zeolites of the Khonguruu deposit in the Suntarskyulus of the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) as a filter material are presented. The device of the filter for biogas is described.The materials for planning a multifactorial experiment are briefly presented. The most significant factors of the biogas purification process have been specified: size of fractions, zeolite mass, ratio of the height of bulk material to the diameter of the filter. It is shown that the maximum efficiency of biogas purification was obtained with the ratio of the height and diameter of the filter H/d = 3.0: 4.2. The optimal average weighted diameter of the granules of the bulk filter material (zeolite) is 0.004 m. The optimum mass of the filter material is 0.75-0.8 kg. At the filter outlet, biogas with 93.3%of methane content wasobtained.
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