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BLUE BIOMASS

Blue biomass is generally all biomass coming from the waters, such as algae and water plants.

DATASETS

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 Biomass NameDry matter (DM) content, %Total nitrogen (N), kg per tonNH4-N, kg per tonTotal phosphorus (calculated as pure P) , kg per tonPotassium (calculated as pure K) , kg per tonOrganic matter, % of DMMagnesium (Mg), if applicable, kg per tonCalcium (Ca), if applicable, kg per tonSodium (Na), if applicable, kg per tonCupper (Cu), if applicable, gram per tonZinc (Zn), if applicable, gram per tonVS % DM (Volitile Solids)m3 CH4 Pr Ton VSCO2e reduc. ton pr ton VSPrice pr. ton (€)Reference
Sea lettuce (Ulva)25,010,25 0,654,75      80,00170,00  3
Kelp / brown algae (Laminaria)15,02,10 0,234,50      80,00290,00  4
Green Hair Algae (Chaetomorpha)15,04,80 0,4511,40      80,00170,00  5
Saccharina Sukkertang Fedtemøg (vinter) Buletang Andre organismer ea lettuce (ulva)15,02,25 0,214,80      80,00225,00  6
Annual brown algae (Pilayella littoralis and Ectocarpus Siliculosus)75,42,34 0,260,95      70,00130,00  7
Ashophyllum            170,00  8
Cucunaria curata36,019,08 1,80       90,00500,00  9
Average:  30,236,80 0,605,28      80,00236,43   

Used units are:

  • Ton for amount
  • % for dry matter (DM)
  • % of DM for organic matter and VS
  • kg per ton for macro elements (N, NH4-N, P, K, organic C, Mg, Ca and Na)
  • gram per ton for trace elements (Cu and Zn)

The shown values are to be considered as examples, alone, that illustrates the chemical composition for relevant parametres, and as well the variation in the composition. The references must be consulted in each case in order to clarify for instance the analysis method.

REFERENCES AND COMMENTS

References are incicated by: 'Reference number: Reference; Comment'

  • 3: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 4: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 5: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 6: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 7: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 8: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).
  • 9: The data source is "Fact sheet for biogas" developed by NIRAS for Energinet.dk in 2012. Aarhus University has validated the data and also provided information about volatile solids and gas potential of the biomasses. The original data can be downloaded from http://implement.nu/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/Biogasdatagrundlaget_regneark.pdf.; The biogas potential is based on either a mesophilic process (38°C) with 25 days retention time, or thermophilic process (53°C) with 17 days retention time and 10 days in storage tank (10% biogas collected in covered after storage tank).