Data for: PROCESSING OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE IN THE BTLSS USING THE WET COMBUSTION METHOD

Published: 28 Feb 2019 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/3w25k83fgz.1
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The present study discusses physicochemical methods of organic waste processing in closed biotechnical life support systems (BTLSS). Sanitary and household cotton wastes were processed by the method of wet combustion in hydrogen peroxide using an alternating current electric field – a promising physicochemical method for organic waste processing in the BTLSS. The highest efficiency of the process (in terms of power consumption, duration of the process, and oxidation rate) was achieved in experiments with oxidation of a combination of cotton fabrics and urea-containing wastes such as human urine and feces. The reason for this must be that urea is a reactive aqueous solvent of cellulose.

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Processing of household waste in the BTLSS using the wet combustion method

Published in: Life Sciences in Space Research

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    2019-02-28

    Published: 2019-02-28

    DOI: 10.17632/3w25k83fgz.1

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    Trifonov, Sergey; Kozlova, Tatyana; Morozov, Yegor (2019), “Data for: PROCESSING OF HOUSEHOLD WASTE IN THE BTLSS USING THE WET COMBUSTION METHOD”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/3w25k83fgz.1

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