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Anaerobic digestion of high-sulphate molasses wastewater.

Vibhash Kumar Yadav

Anaerobic digestion of high-sulphate molasses wastewater.

by Vibhash Kumar Yadav

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Published by University of East Anglia in Norwich .
Written in English


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Thesis (Ph.D), University of East Anglia, School of Biological Sciences, 1989.

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Open LibraryOL13925552M

Wang Q, Kuninobu M, Kamimoto K, Ogawa HI, Kato Y. Upgrading of [44] Jimenez AM, Borja R, Martin A. A comparative kinetic evaluation of the anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge by ultrasonic pre-treatment. anaerobic digestion of untreated molasses and molasses previously Bioresource Technol ; fermented with Penicillium 5/5(1). Anaerobic digestion and wastewater treatment systems G. L e t t i n g a Department of Environmental Technology, Wageningen Agricultural University, Bomenweg 2, HD Wageningen, The Netherlands Accepted 16 August Key words." UASB, anaerobic digestion, wastewater, EGSB.

evidence of impaired performance of weanling pigs offered high-sulphate drinking water, but the authors noted increased scouring associated with high-sulphate drinking water. It is of interest to note that TDS and SO 4 were well in excess of maximum levels recommended for livestock in the CCME Canadian Water Quality Size: 1MB. The operation of anaerobic digestion was stable, with no noticeable scum or foaming problems. The COD reduction in each experiment reac 21 and 45% in the .

A comparative kinetic evaluation of the anaerobic digestion of untreated molasses and molasses previously fermented with Penicillium decumbens in batch reactors. Biochem Eng J ;– [45] Schoefs O, Dochain D, Fibrianto H, Steyer : Biogranulation technologies for wastewater treatment is a variable volume, suspended growth, biological wastewater treatment technology that is characterized by a repetitive batch cycle consisting of several successive phases (usually fill, react, settle, decant, and idle), each lasting for a defined period.


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Anaerobic digestion of high-sulphate molasses wastewater by Vibhash Kumar Yadav Download PDF EPUB FB2

Molasses, baker’s yeast industry wastewater and meat processing industry wastewater. HRT was kept constant at 2 days and the OLR was approximately 9 kg/m during the study. Until recently, biological treatment of sulphate-rich wastewater was rather unpopular because of the production of H2S under anaerobic conditions.

Gaseous and dissolved sulphides cause physical-chemical (corrosion, odour, increased effluent chemical oxygen demand) or biological (toxicity) constraints, which may lead to process by: CHELLIAPAN & SALLIS: ANAEROBIC TREATMENT OF HIGH SULPHATE CONTAING PHARM WASTEWATER.

Materials and Methods. Anaerobic Reactor. The anaerobic reactor used in this study comprise of four identical cylindrical Plexiglas compartments (stages), 80 mm internal diameter by mm height, linked in series.

Cited by: 8. Characteristics of high-sulfate wastewater treatment by two-phase anaerobic digestion process with Jet-loop anaerobic fluidized bed. Wei CH(1), Wang WX, Deng ZY, Wu CF. Author information: (1)School of Environmental Science and Engineering, South China University of Cited by: Modeling the anaerobic digestion of cane-molasses vinasse: Extension of the Anaerobic Digestion Model No.

1 (ADM1) with sulfate reduction for a very high strength and sulfate rich wastewater. 3 Characteristics of high-sulfate wastewater treatment by two-phase anaerobic digestion process process and the formation of granules in JLAFB reactor.

1 Materials and methods Operation of two-phase anaerobic reactors A schematic of the experimental apparatus is illustrated in Fig The JLAFB reactor is composed of a reaction part. Sulphate-containing wastewaters from the paper and board industry, molasses-based fermentation industries and edible oil refineries present difficulties during anaerobic treatment, leading to problems of toxicity, reduction in methane yield, odour and corrosion.

The microbiology and biochemistry of dissimilatory sulphate reduction are reviewed in order to illustrate the potential competition Cited by: A technology for the treatment of AMD and other high sulphate waters which has received increasing attention over the past two decades is the anaerobic biological reduction of sulphate to sulphide (see for example,,,).

During this process, sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB) utilize the sulphate as an electron acceptor, reducing it Cited by: AD is a complex process which requires strict anaerobic conditions (oxidation reduction potential (ORP)Cited by: Bijmans, Martijn F.M.

Buisman, Cees N.J. and Lens, Piet N.L. Sulfate Reduction under Acidic Conditions in High Rate Bioreactor Systems for Treatment of Mining and Metallurgical Waste and Process Water. Advanced Materials Research, Vol. Issue., p. Anaerobic Baffled Reactor - A Review 1.

REVIEW PAPER THE USE OF THE ANAEROBIC BAFFLED REACTOR (ABR) FOR WASTEWATER TREATMENT: A REVIEW WILLIAM P. BARBER*M and DAVID C. STUCKEY**M Department of Chemical Engineering and Chemical Technology, Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, Prince Consort Road, London.

Home; Industrial Waste Water Treatment; Industrial Waste Water Treatment. April 4, | Author: haris_penaberkarya | Category: Sewage Treatment, Wastewater. Volatile fatty acids (VFAs) are chemical building blocks for industries, and are mainly produced via the petrochemical pathway.

However, the anaerobic fermentation (AF) process gives a potential alternative to produce these organic acids using renewable resources. For this purpose, waste streams, such as microalgae biomass, might constitute a cost-effective feedstock to obtain : Jose Antonio Magdalena, Cristina González-Fernández.

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The potential of algal biomass as a source of liquid and gaseous biofuels is a highly topical theme, but as yet there is no successful economically viable commercial system producing biofuel. However, the majority of the research has focused on producing fuels from microalgae rather than from macroalgae.

This article briefly reviews the methods by which useful energy may be extracted from Cited by: 1 The amounts of TDS and chloride should be increased by the concentrations of these constituents in the carriage water.

2 BOD 5 is the biochemical oxygen demand at 20°C over 5 days and is a measure of the biodegradable organic matter in the wastewater. Source: UN Department of Technical Cooperation for Development () Municipal wastewater also contains a variety of inorganic substances. The research looks at the feasibility of treating an alkaline sulphate-rich leachate arising from the co-disposal of municipal solid waste with cement kiln dust by means of an anaerobic filter (AF).

This type of leachate with a high sulphate concentration is commonly prohibited for discharge to sewer and requires an on-site treatment by: Share & Embed. Embed Script. Size (px). Full text of "Selected water resources abstracts" See other formats. Several natural and agricultural organic materials were assessed as carbon sources for a potential passive sulphate reduction treatment system to treat lake and pond water containing high concentrations of sulphate for the purpose of creating drinking water for cattle.

Of primary concern was that the system be low cost and simple to operate, since the end users would be farmers. Sediment Cited by: 1. Full text of "DTIC ADA International Conference on Innovative Biological Treatment of Toxic Wastewaters Held in Arlington, Virginia on JuneSee other formats.Environmental Technologies to Treat Nitrogen Pollution Francisco J.

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School of Chemical Engineering C.A., `The Potential of Cross-flow Microfiltration for Improving Anaerobic Digester Performance', Anaerobic Digestion Symposium, University of Orange Free State, Bloemfontein, South Africa, 22ndth September B.* and BUCKLEY, C.A., `Evaluation Protocol for High Strength.