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山内, 正仁; 平田, 登基男; 前野, 祐二; 三原, めぐみ; 松藤, 康司 (1999)
Publisher: 鹿児島工業高等専門学校
Journal: 鹿児島工業高等専門学校研究報告.RESEARCH REPORTS OF KAGOSHIMA NATIONAL COLLEGE OF TECHNOLOGY
Languages: Japanese
Types: Research
Subjects: sweet potato waste stillage, sosei paper, waste water quality, barley waste stillage, old newspaper
As an effective utilization of waste stillage, which will be banned from being dumped into sea from the year of 2001, authors have been studied and succeeded to make the sosei paper by using waste stillage form shochu distillery. This research is tried to consider the property of waste stillage from shochu distillery ( sweet potato waste stillage and barley waste stillage) and the weight and property of waste water in compressing samples added some amount of old newspaper to waste stillage. Following results were obtained; 1) In the particle size distribution, sweet potato waste stillage consisted of grains of different particle sizes. On the other hand, barley waste stillage, consisted of grains of equally small sizes. 2) After compressing samples, the ratio of old newspaper to waste stillage is 1%, more than 70% of the COD, TOC, T-N components can be removed from waste water in the case of sweet potato waste stillage, and so can more than 45% of them in the case of barley waste stillage.

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