alexa From a black-box to a glass-box system: the attempt towards a plant-wide automation concept for full-scale biogas plants.
Business & Management

Business & Management

Journal of Global Economics

Author(s): Wiese J, Knig R

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Abstract Biogas plants gain worldwide increasing importance due to several advantages. However, concerning the equipment most of the existing biogas plants are low-tech plants. E.g., from the point of view of instrumentation, control and automation (ICA) most plants are black-box systems. Consequently, practice shows that many biogas plants are operated sub-optimally and/or in critical (load) ranges. To solve these problems, some new biogas plants have been equipped with modern machines and ICA equipment. In this paper, the authors will show details and discuss operational results of a modern agricultural biogas plant and the resultant opportunities for the implementation of a plant-wide automation. This article was published in Water Sci Technol and referenced in Journal of Global Economics

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