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large-scale pig farms in Hungary. Most of the large-scale, industrialised and specialised swine units had been built in the 1970s, according to the technological level typical of that period. Since then, the costs spent on their renovation or full
Authors:S. Xiu, H. K. Rojanala, A. Shahbazi, E. H. Fini and L. Wang
stages combustion kinetics model.
Animal wastes hold tremendous energy potential and they can be viewed as an underutilized renewable energy resource. In recent work, we successfully converted swine manure into bio-oil products in a high