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Dernière mise à jour : Mai 2018

Menu Logo Principal RMT Elevage

symposium, gaz, élevage

 

Emission de Gaz et de Poussières des Elevages

EmiLi 2017

21 au 24 mai 2017 Saint-Malo

Download program:  Final program EmiLi 2017

Sunday, May 21 2017

14H00-17H30 Workshop “Measuring Emissions from Livestock: Which method for which purpose?”
16h00 Registration open
19h00 Cheese and Wine cocktail

Monday, May 22 2017

 8h15-09h00 Arrival and registration of participants

Plenary session

Maupertuis Amphitheatre

Chairperson : J. Martinez (IRSTEA, France)

09h00-09h30 Opening session B. Fostier (IFIP, France),
T. Eglin (ADEME, France),
M. Hassouna (INRA, France)
09h30-10h00 Agriculture and Air Pollution in Europe : Current and Future Stakes L. Rouïl (INERIS, France)
10h00-10h30 New EU Environmental Standards for Large Pigs and Poultry Farms: Building Consensus between Stakeholders' G. Giner Santonja (IPPC Bureau, Spain)
10h30-11h00 Challenges of Inventory Preparation: Activity Data, Emission Factors and Models B. Amon (ATB, Germany)
11h00-11h30 Coffee Break
11h30-12h00 Modeling of Gaseous Emission in Pig Production J.Y. Dourmad (INRA, France)
12h00-12h30 Uncertainty Estimates for Livestock Facility Emissions Measurements R. Gates (University of Illinois, USA)
 12h30-14h00 Lunch

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 1)

Mitigation strategies

Chairpersons: F. Guiziou (IRSTEA, France) - N. Peiren (Flanders research institute for agriculture, fisheries and food, Belgium)

14h00-14h15 Effect of a Hop (Humulus Lupulus L.) Extract on the Methane Yield and Milk Production of Dairy Cows
Van Wesemael, D., Peiren, N., Vanderbeke, E., De Campeneere, S., Fievez, V., Vandaele, L.
14h15-14h30
 
Estimating Intake, Daily Methane Emission, Production and Milk Quality from Lacting Cows Grazing on Pasture of Pennisetum Clandestinum and Silvopastorale System P. Clandestinum and Sambucus Peruvian
Mayorga, O.L., Sierra, A.M., Ariza, C.J. , Duran, E.N., Benavidez, J.C.
14h30-14h45 Inclusion of Olive Cake in Fattening Pig Feeds: Effects on Ammonia and Methane Emissions
Ferrer, P., Cerisuelo, A., García-Rebollar, P., De Blas, C., Estellés, F., Calvet, S.
14h45-15h00 Analysis of Factors Affecting Ammonia and Methane Emissions from Pig Slurries : Slurry Composition and Dietary Factors
Antezana, W., Cerisuelo, A., Calvet, S., Estellés, F.
15h00-15h15 Soil Application of Acidified Slurry as Alternative to Raw Cattle-Slurry Injection to Minimise Gaseous Emissions in Mediteranean Conditions
Fangueiro, D., Pereira, J.L.S., Surgy, S, Vasconcelos, E., Coutinho, J.
15h15-15h30 Impact of Pig-Slurry Treatment and Application Techniques on Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions in a Mediterranean Forage System
Carneiro, J.P.B., Pereira, J.L.S., Surgy, S., Soares, D., Monteiro, J., Trindade, H., Coutinho, J., Fangueiro, D.

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 2)

Modelling

Chairpersons: P. Robin (INRA, France) - I.B.Lee(Seoul National University, South Korea)

14h00-14h15

Statistical Identification of Key Factors for Dust Generation in a Pig House Based on Field Experiment

Ha, T., Lee, I.-B.

14h15-14h30

 

A Compound Specific Evaluation of Odor Compounds: from Partition Coefficient to Pilot Scale Scrubber

Bruneel, J., Walgraeve, C., Demeyer, P., Van Langenhove, H.

14h30-14h45

Development of Web-based Forecasting System of Livestock Airborne Virus using OpenFOAM

Ha, T., Lee, I.-B.

14h45-15h00

Ammonia Emissions from Naturally Ventilated Dairy Cattle Buildings – a Review of Field Measurements in European Countries

Zhang, G.

15h00-15h15

Analysis of the Maximum Potential of Ammonia Emission, from Laying Hens Manure, Through the Dynamics of Systems

França, L.G., Gates, R. , Tinoco, I. F., Souza, C.

15h15-15h30

A Flexible Semi-Empirical Model for Ammonia Emission from Field-Applied Manure

Hafner, S.D., Sommer, S.G., Pacholski, A.

15h30-16h00 Coffe break

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 1)

Mitigation strategies

Chairpersons: N. Guingand (IFIP, France) - P. Demeyer (Flanders research institute for agriculture, fisheries and food, Belgium)

16h00-16h15

Development of an Exchange Scrubber: Cleaning of Exhaust Air and Heat Recovery in one Processing Stage

Krommweh, M. S., Büscher, W.

16h15-16h30

 

Effect of a Ventilation Control System on the Ammonia Emission from Naturally Ventilated Dairy Barns

Ogink, N.W.M., Mosquera, J., Hol, J.M.G., Huis In ’T Veld, J. ,Van Dooren, H.J.C.

16h30-16h45

Analysis of Liquid Nitrogen Components in Biological Air Scrubber Washing Water

Van Der Heyden, C., Volcke, E.I.P., Demeyer, P.

16h45-17h00

Combined Exhaust Air Treatment at a Laying Hen Facility for Mitigation of Dust, Ammonia and Odour

Strohmaier, J.C.L., Kuennen, S., Diekmann, B., Büscher, W.

17h00-17h15

Ammonia, Methane and Odour Abatement from Pig Housing by Cooling of the Slurry

Holm, M.

17h15-17h30

Achieving a Greater Reduction of Airborne Emissions from Swine Buildings by the Combination of Different Technologies

Girard, M., Lévesque, A., Létourneau, V., Pilote, J., Duchaine, C., Godbout, S., Lemay, S.P.

17h30-17h45

Solid Floors With a Slope for Rapid Urine Drainage: First Results from Ammonia Emission Measurements in Winter

Schrade, S., Poteko, J., Zeyer, K., Mohn, J., Zähner, M.

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 2)

Modelling

Chairpersons: M. Eugène (INRA, France) - A. Bayat (LUKE, Finland) 

16h00-16h15

A Model to Predict Ammonia Emissions from Dairy Cattle Barns Depending on Temperature Variations

Sanchis, E., Calvet, S., del Prado, A., Galán, E., Menz, C., Hempel, S., Amon, B., Estellés, F.

16h15-16h30

 

Effect of Feeding Strategies on Methane Emissions of Dairy Cows Evaluated by MIR Spectrometry

Lessire, F., Vanlierde, A., Dehareng, F., Scohier, C., Prévot, Anaëlle, Soyeurt, H., Dufrasne, I.

16h30-16h45

Innovative Database and Its Potential to Realise Large Scale Study to Quantify the Impact of Diet Component on CH4 Emitted Daily by Dairy Cows

Vanlierde, A., Boulet, R., Colinet, F., Gengler, N., Soyeurt, H., Dehareng, F., Froidmont, E.

16h45-17h00

Effect of Decreasing Methane Emissions in Cattle on Rumen Metabolic Hydrogen Balance

Guyader, J., Nozière, P., Doreau, M., Gérard, C., Martin, C.

17h00-17H15

Geep, a Tool for the Farmers to Manage the Gaseous Emissions of their Pig Unit

Espagnol, S.

17h45-18h45 Poster session (Vauban room)
19h30 Dinner

Tuesday, May 23 2017

Session Inventories and Environmental Assessment

(Lamennais Room 1)

Chairpersons : L. Loyon (IRSTEA, France) - C.M. Groenestein (Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands)

08h30-08h45

The Emissions of Greenhouse Gases From Ewe Farming in The Region of Slovakia in 2015

Palkovičová, Z., Brestenský, V., Brouček, J.

08h45-09h00

Innovative Feeding Strategies in Pig Production: Incidence on Gaseous Emissions

Espagnol, S., Wilfart A., Gaudre D., Tailleur A., Garcia-Launay F.

09h00-09h15

Investigation on the Amount of Odour Nuisance Caused by Pig Farms in the Netherlands

Van Elst, T., Driesen, K., Wouters, P., Brusselman, E., Demeyer P.

09h15-09h30

 

Agricultural Emission Factors of Particulate Matter and Non-Methane Volatile Organic Compounds for Switzerland

Bühler, M., Kupper, T.

09h30-09h45

Emissions of VOC from Livestock Production Estimated Based on PTRMS Data

Feilberg, A., Liu, D., Hansen, M. J.

09h45-10h00

Gas Emission During Digestates Management : Impact of Digestates Post-Processing Strategies Used with Livestock Effluent Co-Digestion, on Gas Emission, from Digester to Roots.

Guiziou, F., Roux, J-C., Girault, R., Mazoyer, J., Nunes, G., Auvinet, N., Saint-Cast, P., Daumoin, M., Leroux, S., Pradel, M.

10h00-10h15

Air Emission Inventories of Cattle Manure Processed at a Biogas Plant: Measured and Estimated Emission Accounting

Torrellas, M., Noguerol, J., Riau, V., Burgos, L., Tey, L., Antón, A., Bonmatí, A.

10h15-10h30

 

Methane from Pig Manure: Estimates of BMP and MCF

Groenestein, C.M., Mosquera, J.

Session Measuring Methods

(Lamennais Room 2)

Chairpersons : M. Mathot (Centre Wallon de Recherches Agronomiques, Belgium) - S. Schrade (Agroscope, Switzerland)

08h30-08h45

Methane and Ammonia Emission Measurements in a Naturally Ventilated Dairy Freestall Barn Using Specific Data Classification Criteria

Schmithausen, A.J., Trimborn, M., Gerlach, K., Südekum, K.-H., Büscher, W.

08h45-09h00

Field Validation of an Open Path Laser to Measure NH3 and CO2 Concentrations in Naturally Ventilated Livestock Buildings

Mosquera, J., Ogink, N.W.M.

09h00-09h15

Laboratory and Field Validation of a New Electro-Chemical Sensor for Continuous Measurement of NH3

Melse, R.W., Mosquera, J., Ogink, N.W.M.

09h15-09h30

Evaluation of a photo Acoustic Spectroscopy in Various Livestock Barn Using the HITRAN Database

Adamsen, A.P.S.

09h30-09h45

Ammonia Emission from a Bedded Pack Barn for Dairy Cows Using the CO2 Mass Balance Method

Van Dooren, H.J.C., Mosquera, J., Hol, J.M.G., Blanken, K., Galama, P.J.

09h45-10h00

Assessing Ammonia Reducing Techniques in Beef Cattle by the Use of an Emission Barn

Curial, S.A., Van Overbeke, P., Brusselman, E., Demeyer, P., Goossens, K., Vandaele, L., Vangeyte, J., De Campeneere, S.

10h00-10h15

Verification of Emission-Reducing Technologies in Cattle Houses by Optimized Measurement Methods in Naturally Ventilated Animal Houses - Revision of the VERA Test Protocol “Housing Systems”

Adamsen, AP., Bjerg, B., Gallmann, E., Grimm, E., Hartung, E., Kai, P., Mosquera, J., Ogink, N., Demeyer, P., Hempel, S., Robin, P., Beckert, I.

15h30-16h00 Coffe break

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 1)

Emission factors and Air quality

Chairpersons : S. Lagadec (Chambre d’Agriculture de Bretagne, France) - R. Gates (University of Illinois, USA)

11h00-11h15

Emission of Greenhouse Gases from Swine Manure Storage

Xiang, R. B., Feng, L.

11h15-11h30

 

Gaseous Emissions of 3 Treatments (Control, Covered, Covered+Compacted) Solid Manure Heaps at Storage

Lorinquer, E., Charpiot, A., Robin, P., Lecomte, M.

11h30-11h45

Ammonia Emissions from Slurry Stores

Kupper, T., Häni, C., Eugster, R., Sintermann, J.

11h45-12h00

Evaluation Of GHG and Ammonia in the Process of Composting Chicken Carcasses in Rotating Drums

Oliveira, M.M., Schell, D.R., Smozinski, N.G., Belli Filho, P., Oliveira, P.A.V.

12h00-12h15

Alfam2: a Database on Ammonia Emission from Field-Applied Manure

Hafner, S. D., Pacholski, A., Bittman, S., Burchill, W., Bussink, W., Chantigny, M., Carozzi, M., Genermont, S., Häni, H., Hansen, M. N., Huijsmans, J., Hunt, D., Kupper, T., Lanigan, G., Loubet, B., Misselbrook, T., Meisinger, J. J., Neftel, A., Nyord, T., Pedersen, S. V., Rochette, P., Sintermann, J., Thompson, R. B., Vermeulen, B., Vestergaard, A., Voylokov, P., Williams, J. R., Sommer, S. G.

12h15-12h30

Comparison of Ammonia and Odour Emissions during and Following Digested Manure Landspreading

Girault, R., Roux, J.C., Mazoyer, J., Nunes, G., Auvinet, N., Leroux, S., Daumoin, M., Guiziou, F.

Parallel session

(Lamennais Room 2)

 Measuring Methods

Chairpersons : M. Hassouna (INRA, France) - H.J Van Dooren (Wageningen University & Research, Netherlands)

11h00-11h15

Advances in the Development of Passive Flux Sampling to estimate N2O emissions from Livestock Buildings

Larios, A.D., Godbout,S., Palacios, Araceli D. H., Zegan, D., Alvarado,A., Redicala, B., Avalos Ramírez, A., Kaur Brar, S., Sandoval-Salas, F.

11h15-11h30

Influence of Calibration on Greenhouse Gases Measurement

Peiren, N., Van Wesemael, D., Vandaele, L., De Campeneere, S.

11h30-11h45

Reduced Direct Measuring Methods in the Ridge Vent of a Dairy Barn

De Vogeleer, G., Demeyer, P., Van Overbeke, P., Pieters, J.G.

11h45-12h00

Monitoring Sulfur Processes with 33S Isotope Labelling and PTR-MS in Swine Manure

Dalby, F., Hansen, M.J., Feilberg, A.

12h00-12h15

Assessments of Methodological Differences of NH3 Emission Measurements using Micrometeorological Techniques

Hensen, A., Berkhout, S., Haaima, M., Häni, C., Bell, M., Flechard, C., Neftel, A.

12h15-12h30

Quantifying Ammonia Emissions from Livestock Buildings and Whole Farms by Mobile Concentration Measurements and Inverse Dispersion Modelling

Bell M., Flechard C.

12h30-14h00 Lunch

Parallel Session 1

(Lamennais Room 1)  

Emission Factors And Air Quality

Chairpersons : T. Eglin (Ademe, France) – F. Estelles (Institute of Animal Science and Technology, Spain)

14h00-14h15

Dust Concentrations, and Dust Exposure of Workers in the Air of Poultry Houses during Specific “Working Task”

Brame, C., Rousset, N., Galliot, P., Cleuziou, A-C., Goizin, G., Hassouna, M., Huneau-Salaün, A.

14h15-14h30

 

Ammonia and Particulate Matter Concentration during the Weaning of Piglets in 19 Brittany Pig Farms

Lagadec, S., Guingand, N., Gabrysiak, L., Guinot, L., Hassouna, M.

14h30-14h45

Dust, Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions Associated with Three Housing Types for Laying Hens

Philippe, F.X., Larouche, J.P., Lefrançois, M., Cinq-Mars, D., Palacios, J., Pelletier, F., Mahmoudi, Y., Godbout, S.

14h45-15h00

Worker Exposure to Ammonia and Particles during Husbandry Procedures

Guingand, N., Gabrysiak, L., Lagadec S., Guinot, L., Hassouna, M.

15h00-15h15

Acquisition of Ammonia and GHG Emission Factors under French Livestock Conditions

Guingand, N., Loiseau, D., Hassouna, M. Eglin T.

15h15-15h30

Ammonia and Greenhouse Gas Emissions at Post-Weaning Commercial Pig Farms at Brazil

Tavares, J.M.R., Belli Filho, P., Benoliel, M.A.; Coldebella, A., Robin, P., Oliveira, P.A.O.

Parallel Session

(Lamennais Room 2)

Measuring Methods

Chairpersons : S. Godbout (IRDA, Quebec)- S. Calvet (Institute of Animal Science and Technology, Spain)

14h00-14h15

Evaluation of Backward Lagrangian Stochastic Dispersion Modelling for NH3: Including a dry Deposition Algorithm

Häni, C., Voglmeier, K., Jocher, M., Ammann, C., Neftel, A., Kupper, T.

14h15-14h30

Continuous Measurement of N2O Emissions from Plot-Size Agricultural Fields

Grant, R.H., Johnston, C.T., Lin, C.-H., Vyn, T.J.

14h30-14h45

Ammonia Emission Measurements of an Intensively Grazed Pasture

Ammann, C., Voglmeier, K., Häni, C., Jocher, M.

14h45-15h00

Quantification of Small Scale Nitrous Oxide Emissions and Comparison with Field-Scale Emissions of a Rotational Grazing System

Voglmeier, K., Jocher, M., Menzi, K., Ammann, C.

15h00-15h15

Sulphur Hexafluoride Tracer Technique for Measuring Methane Directly from Rumen of Dairy Cows Validated with Respiration Chambers

Bayat, A.R., Stefanski, T., Luukkonen, T., Kairenius, P., Leskinen, H., Vilkki, J.

15h30-16h00 Coffe break

Parallel Session

(Lamennais Room 2)

Emission Factors – Air quality

Chairpersons : F.X. Philippe (Faculty Of Veterinary Medicine, University Of Liège, Liège, Belgium) – G. Zhang (Aarhus University, Denmark)

16h00-16h15

Ammonia Emission Factors in French Poultry Housing (Boilers and Turkeys)

Brame, C., Gaillot, P., Hassouna, M., Ponchant, P.

16h15-16h30

 

Ammonia Emissions in Commercial Broiler Dark House in South of Brazil

Angnes, G., Oliveira, P.A.V., Robin, P., Hassouna, M. , Coldebella, A., Romaneli, T. L.

16h30-16h45

Low Frequency Aeration of Pig Slurry Affects Slurry Characteristics and Emissions Of Greenhouse Gases and Ammonia

Calvet, S., Hunt, J. , Misselbrook, T.

16h45-17h00

Gas Emissions from Deep Litter Systems for Dairy Cattle in Contrasted Feeding Situations

Edouard, N., Rossini-Almeida, J.G., Alves, T.P., Lamberton, P., Lorinquer, E.

17h00-17h15

Assessment of Emission Factors for Different Dairy Cattle Housing Systems in Germany – Measurement Approach And First Results

Eurich-Menden, B., Wolf, U., Wulf, S., Grimm, E.

17h15-17h30

Emissions of Ammonia from Two Types of Dairy Barns Measured Using Cavity Ring Down Spectroscopy (CRDS)

Kai, P., Kasper, P., Feilberg, A.

17h30-17h45

Elfe, A Database To Determine Gaseous Emission

Vigan, A., Guingand, N., Espagnol, S., Hassouna, M., Lorinquer, E., Ponchant, P., Lagadec, S., Brame, C., Edouard, N., Genermont, S., Loyon, L., Eugène, M., Klumpp, K., Fiorelli, J.L., Mathias, E., Legall, C., Cohan, J.P., Eglin, T., Robin, P.

Conference closure

Wednesday, May 24 2017

Technical Tours : Rennes or Guernevez

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