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Kim, Jaai (김자애)

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School of Urban and Environmental Engineering(도시환경공학부)
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2020-02Individual and combined effects of magnetite addition and external voltage application on anaerobic digestion of dairy wastewaterBaek, Gahyun; Kim, Jinsu; Kim, Jaai, et alARTICLE48 Individual and combined effects of magnetite addition and external voltage application on anaerobic digestion of dairy wastewater
2019-12Temperature effects on methanogenesis and sulfidogenesis during anaerobic digestion of sulfur-rich macroalgal biomass in sequencing batch reactorsJung, Heejung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE62 Temperature effects on methanogenesis and sulfidogenesis during anaerobic digestion of sulfur-rich macroalgal biomass in sequencing batch reactors
2019-09Co-feeding spent coffee grounds in anaerobic food waste digesters: Effects of co-substrate and stabilization strategyKim, Danbee; Kim, Hakchan; Kim, Jaai, et alARTICLE71 Co-feeding spent coffee grounds in anaerobic food waste digesters: Effects of co-substrate and stabilization strategy
2019-09자원순환형 기술개발에 대한 사회적 수용성 분석: 친환경 변기시스템을 사례로엄영숙; 오형나; 조재원, et alARTICLE12 자원순환형 기술개발에 대한 사회적 수용성 분석: 친환경 변기시스템을 사례로
2019-07Anaerobic co-digestion of food waste, human feces, and toilet paper: Methane potential and synergistic effectKim, Jaai; Kim, Jinsu; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE192 Anaerobic co-digestion of food waste, human feces, and toilet paper: Methane potential and synergistic effect
2019-06Energy production from different organic wastes by anaerobic co-digestion: Maximizing methane yield versus maximizing synergistic effectKim, Jinsu; Baek, Gahyun; Kim, Jaai, et alARTICLE117 Energy production from different organic wastes by anaerobic co-digestion: Maximizing methane yield versus maximizing synergistic effect
2019-05Potential of mixed-culture microalgae enriched from aerobic and anaerobic sludges for nutrient removal and biomass production from anaerobic effluentsYu, Hyeonjung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE114 Potential of mixed-culture microalgae enriched from aerobic and anaerobic sludges for nutrient removal and biomass production from anaerobic effluents
2019-04Nutrient removal and microalgal biomass production from different anaerobic digestion effluents with Chlorella speciesYu, Hyeonjung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE149 Nutrient removal and microalgal biomass production from different anaerobic digestion effluents with Chlorella species
2018-08A comparative study of single- and two-phase anaerobic digestion of food waste under uncontrolled pH conditionsJo. Yeadam; Kim, Jaai; Hwang, Kwanghyun, et alARTICLE308 A comparative study of single- and two-phase anaerobic digestion of food waste under uncontrolled pH conditions
2018-06Anaerobic co-digestion of high-strength organic wastes pretreated by thermal hydrolysisChoi, Gyucheol; Kim, Jaai; Lee, Seungyong, et alARTICLE691 Anaerobic co-digestion of high-strength organic wastes pretreated by thermal hydrolysis
2018-04Potential for enhanced biomethanation for food waste by bioaugmentation with rumen fluidJo, Yeadam; Kim, Jaai; Park, Taeshin, et alARTICLE287
2018-04Biomethanation of Harmful Macroalgal Biomass in Leach-Bed Reactor Coupled to Anaerobic Filter: Effect of Water Regime and Filter MediaJung, Heejung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE317 Biomethanation of Harmful Macroalgal Biomass in Leach-Bed Reactor Coupled to Anaerobic Filter: Effect of Water Regime and Filter Media
2018-04Effect of Mild-Temperature Thermo-Alkaline Pretreatment on the Solubilization and Anaerobic Digestion of Spent Coffee GroundsKim, Danbee; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE456 Effect of Mild-Temperature Thermo-Alkaline Pretreatment on the Solubilization and Anaerobic Digestion of Spent Coffee Grounds
2018-01Role and Potential of Direct Interspecies Electron Transfer in Anaerobic DigestionBaek, Gahyun; Kim, Jaai; Kim, Jinsu, et alARTICLE361 Role and Potential of Direct Interspecies Electron Transfer in Anaerobic Digestion
2017-12Effect of enhanced biomass retention by sequencing batch operation on biomethanation of sulfur-rich macroalgal biomass: Process performance and microbial ecologyJung. Heejung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE343 Effect of enhanced biomass retention by sequencing batch operation on biomethanation of sulfur-rich macroalgal biomass: Process performance and microbial ecology
2017-10A long-term study on the effect of magnetite supplementation in continuous anaerobic digestion of dairy effluent - Magnetic separation and recycling of magnetiteBaek Gahyun; Jung, Heehung; Kim, Jaai, et alARTICLE594 A long-term study on the effect of magnetite supplementation in continuous anaerobic digestion of dairy effluent - Magnetic separation and recycling of magnetite
2017-10Ulva biomass as a co-substrate for stable anaerobic digestion of spent coffee grounds in continuous modeKim, Jaai; Kim, Hakchan; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE311 Ulva biomass as a co-substrate for stable anaerobic digestion of spent coffee grounds in continuous mode
2017-02Anaerobic co-digestion of spent coffee grounds with different waste feedstocks for biogas productionKim, Jaai; Kim, Hakchan; Baek, Gahyun, et alARTICLE429 Anaerobic co-digestion of spent coffee grounds with different waste feedstocks for biogas production
2016-12Continuous anaerobic co-digestion of Ulva biomass and cheese whey at varying substrate mixing ratios: Different responses in two reactors with different operating regimesJung, Heejung; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE402 Continuous anaerobic co-digestion of Ulva biomass and cheese whey at varying substrate mixing ratios: Different responses in two reactors with different operating regimes
2016-12A long-term study on the effect of magnetite supplementation in continuous anaerobic digestion of dairy effluent - Enhancement in process performance and stabilityBaek, Gahyun; Kim, Jaai; Lee, ChangsooARTICLE461 A long-term study on the effect of magnetite supplementation in continuous anaerobic digestion of dairy effluent - Enhancement in process performance and stability

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