DOI: 10.11606/t.85.2010.tde-10052012-133337
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Remoção  de amônia  gerada em granjas avícolas e sua utilização em células à combustível e uso como fertilizante

Abstract: Tese de Doutorado, pelo apoio, ensinamentos e, sobretudo pela calorosa manifestação de humildade e paciência. Ao Dr. Sergio e ao Sr Nelson, por ceder a Granja Bom Jardim, localizada em Bragança Paulista, sem este apoio esta tese não poderia ser realizada. A Dra. Fátima Maria Sequeira, pelas lições e orientações oferecidas para o desenvolvimento deste trabalho. Ao Dr. Oscar V. Bustillos pela colaboração e orientação nas analises realizadas neste trabalho. A Dra Ruth Luquese Camilo, pelo apoio, amizade, compreen… Show more

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“…The type of ventilation, whether natural or mechanical has an important influence on the dispersion of pollutant gases and air exchange inside Brazilian poultry barns (Mendes et al, 2014). The highest concentration of this gas is in the height of 50 cm, at the level of the birds, forming an undesirable microenvironment as a product of the microbial fermentation of excreta (Ferreira, 2010). When in concentrations higher than tolerable, ammonia causes primarily irritation of the mucous membranes of eyes and respiratory system in birds and later, after falling into the bloodstream, has a toxic effect over the physiological metabolism, leading to a decrease in ration consumption and reduced weight gain, therefore interfering in the wellbeing and health of the broilers (Kilic and Yaslioglu, 2014).…”
Section: Atmospheric Pollutants From Poultry Housesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The type of ventilation, whether natural or mechanical has an important influence on the dispersion of pollutant gases and air exchange inside Brazilian poultry barns (Mendes et al, 2014). The highest concentration of this gas is in the height of 50 cm, at the level of the birds, forming an undesirable microenvironment as a product of the microbial fermentation of excreta (Ferreira, 2010). When in concentrations higher than tolerable, ammonia causes primarily irritation of the mucous membranes of eyes and respiratory system in birds and later, after falling into the bloodstream, has a toxic effect over the physiological metabolism, leading to a decrease in ration consumption and reduced weight gain, therefore interfering in the wellbeing and health of the broilers (Kilic and Yaslioglu, 2014).…”
Section: Atmospheric Pollutants From Poultry Housesmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Para humanos, em particular, a exposição a concentrações muito altas de amônia pode causar danos sérios nos pulmões ou ser letal (FERREIRA, 2010). Segundo Zanatta (2007), o olfato humano não detecta a presença de amônia em níveis abaixo de 20 ppm.…”
Section: Amôniaunclassified