N.W.M. Ogink
N.W.M. Ogink
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Air scrubbing techniques for ammonia and odor reduction at livestock operations: Review of on-farm research in the Netherlands
RW Melse, NWM Ogink
Transactions of the ASAE 48 (6), 2303-2313, 2005
2232005
Odour from animal production facilities: its relationship to diet
PD Le, AJA Aarnink, NWM Ogink, PM Becker, MWA Verstegen
Nutrition research reviews 18 (1), 3-30, 2005
2152005
Overview of European and Netherlands' regulations on airborne emissions from intensive livestock production with a focus on the application of air scrubbers
RW Melse, NWM Ogink, WH Rulkens
Biosystems Engineering 104 (3), 289-298, 2009
822009
Particulate matter emitted from poultry and pig houses: source identification and quantification
M Cambra-López, T Hermosilla, HTL Lai, AJA Aarnink, NWM Ogink
Transactions of the ASABE 54 (2), 629-642, 2011
792011
Odor and irritation thresholds for ammonia: a comparison between static and dynamic olfactometry
MAM Smeets, PJ Bulsing, S Van Rooden, R Steinmann, JA de Ru, ...
Chemical Senses 32 (1), 11-20, 2007
752007
Methods for measuring gas emissions from naturally ventilated livestock buildings: Developments over the last decade and perspectives for improvement
NWM Ogink, J Mosquera, S Calvet, G Zhang
Biosystems Engineering 116 (3), 297-308, 2013
692013
Air treatment techniques for abatement of emissions from intensive livestock production
RW Melse
692009
Comparison of odour emissions from animal housing systems with low ammonia emission
NWM Ogink, PWG Groot Koerkamp
Water Science and Technology 44 (9), 245-252, 2001
682001
Measuring gas emissions from livestock buildings: A review on uncertainty analysis and error sources
S Calvet, RS Gates, GQ Zhang, F Estelles, NWM Ogink, S Pedersen, ...
Biosystems engineering 116 (3), 221-231, 2013
672013
Source analysis of fine and coarse particulate matter from livestock houses
M Cambra-López, AG Torres, AJA Aarnink, NWM Ogink
Atmospheric Environment 45 (3), 694-707, 2011
632011
Effectiveness of multi-stage scrubbers in reducing emissions of air pollutants from pig houses
Y Zhao, AJA Aarnink, MCM De Jong, NWM Ogink, PWGG Koerkamp
Transactions of the ASABE 54 (1), 285-293, 2011
622011
Emissions of particulate matter from animal houses in the Netherlands
A Winkel, J Mosquera, PWGG Koerkamp, NWM Ogink, AJA Aarnink
Atmospheric Environment 111, 202-212, 2015
602015
Odour emissions from pig houses with low ammonia emission
N Verdoes, NWM Ogink
Ammonia and Odour Emissions from Animal Production Facilities. JAM Voermans …, 1997
601997
Ionization for reducing particulate matter emissions from poultry houses
M Cambra-López, A Winkel, J Van Harn, NWM Ogink, AJA Aarnink
Transactions of the ASABE 52 (5), 1757-1771, 2009
592009
Biotrickling filter for the treatment of exhaust air from a pig rearing building: Ammonia removal performance and its fluctuations
RW Melse, JPM Ploegaert, NWM Ogink
Biosystems engineering 113 (3), 242-252, 2012
552012
Reduction of ammonia emission from a cow cubicle house by flushing with water or a formalin solution
NWM Ogink, W Kroodsma
Journal of Agricultural Engineering Research 63 (3), 197-204, 1996
551996
Interactive effects of dietary crude protein and fermentable carbohydrate levels on odour from pig manure
PD Le, AJA Aarnink, AW Jongbloed, CMC Van der Peet-Schwering, ...
Livestock Science 114 (1), 48-61, 2008
542008
Measurement protocol for emissions of fine dust from animal houses: considerations, draft protocol and validation
P Hofschreuder, YY Zhao, AJA Aarnink, NWM Ogink
Animal Sciences Group, 2008
51*2008
Effects of dietary crude protein level on odour from pig manure
PD Le, AJA Aarnink, AW Jongbloed, CMC Vander Peet-Schwering, ...
Animal 1 (5), 734-744, 2007
452007
Effects of crystalline amino acid supplementation to the diet on odor from pig manure
PD Le, AJA Aarnink, AW Jongbloed, CMC Van Der Peet Schwering, ...
Journal of animal science 85 (3), 791-801, 2007
432007
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