Presentation on theme: "Monitoring and control of biogas plants Seminar under BiogasForum Network Rena Angelidaki Institute of Environment & Resources DTU Bioenergigruppen."— Presentation transcript:
Monitoring and control of biogas plants Seminar under BiogasForum Network Rena Angelidaki Institute of Environment & Resources DTU Bioenergigruppen
BiogasForum Øresund er et Interreg projekt. “Interreg III is a Community initiative which aims to stimulate interregional cooperation in the EU between It is financed under the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF)”
Participants in the projectet Bo Mattiasson Lovisa Björnson Kjell Christensson mf Supervisory group: Per Quistbäck, Energikontoret Skåne Pär Persson, Helsingborg kommun Rena Angelidaki Anette Hejnfelt J.E. Schmidt, K. Boe, H. Nielsen, P. Kaparaju etc. Supervisory group: Lars Ellegård, BWSC Søren Tafdrup, Energistyrelsen Bruno Sander, Brancheforeningen Johannes Christensen, FI
Monitoring & Control Do we need any Monitoring & Control? Is it a new idea? Can we do it? How far have we reached?
No, it is not a new idea Several projects have been dedicated on either development of monitoring or studying different control models. No significant process monitoring and control is present in any biogas plant today.
Good indicator To indicate the actual status of the process To give an early warning (on-line) To give a secure warning To always predict imbalance
Types of disturbances Hydralic overload Organic overload Toxic compounds Temperature changes pH change New substrates