•Enriched hydrogenotrophic methanogens in the inoculum accounted for the raised CH4.•The highest methane yield was 411 mL/g-VS with the substrate degradation of 91.2%.•The optimal carbohydrate/protein/cellulose ratio for CH4 generation was 50:45:5.•Modified Gompertz model can predict the biomethanation of carbohydrate-rich waste.•Anaerobic granular sludge inoculum was fit for carbohydrate-rich waste digestion.
Bioresource Technology – Elsevier
Published: Feb 1, 2018
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