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1. Introduction
2. Objective and Methodology
3.1. Definition of anaerobic digestion process (Biogas)
3.2. Advantages and disadvantages of biogas process
3.3. Physical and chemical parameters
1. Nutrients
2. Temperature
3. pH
4. Ammonia
5. Substrate inhibition
6. Toxic compound
3.4. Reasons for process imbalance
1. Hydraulic overloading
2. Organic overloading
3. Toxic materials
4. Sudden change
3.5. Applications of the biogas process
4. Biogas system in Denmark
4.1. Overview of energy policy in Denmark
4.2. Biogas developments
4.3. The reasons of applying biogas technology in Denmark
4.4. The obstacles faced the development of biogas process in Denmark
4.4.1. Technical problems
4.4.2. Economical problems
2.3. Other Problems
4.5. Organization and sectors supporting biogas technology
4.5.1. Agricultural sector
4.5.2. Energy sector
4.5.3. Environmental sector
5. Analysis and discussion
5.1. Biogas developments in Denmark
5.2. Suggestions for the future
5.3. Comments on the CBA
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Published by: Amjad Ali Shah on Jan 10, 2012
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