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Evaluation of Affecting Factors on N and P removal in Biological SND (Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification) Process with NADH Sensor
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Evaluation of Affecting Factors on N and P removal in Biological SND (Simultaneous Nitrification and Denitrification) Process with NADH Sensor
Kim, Han-Lae; Lee, Si-Jin;
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 Abstract
In this study, the factors affecting biological N and P removal using SND (simultaneous nitrification and denitrification) process were investigated and evaluated to examine the possibility of treating N and P through SND with NADH by surveying N and P traces in an aeration tank. Variations of -N+-N concentration were used to estimate the degree of SND in each point (P2, P3, P4, P5) of the aeration tank and these variations showed that denitrification efficiency in P2 (front zone), nitrification and denitrification efficiencies in P4 (middle zone) were 67%, 86% and 39%, respectively. When -P concentration was analyzed in each point of the aeration tank, it was shown that -P concentration coming into P2 was 1.25 mg/L, which increased to 2.22 mg/L by P release in P2 zone and then decreased to 0.74 mg/L by P uptake in P4. Consequently, we were able to estimate which high P removal efficiency observed in this study was caused by biological phosphorus removal. To determine the operating factors affecting effluent T-N, we analyzed the correlation among FN/M ratio, C/N ratio, Temp., SRT etc and these results showed that the correlation among FN/M ratio, C/N ratio and Temp was not high. However, the relationship of SRT and other parameters (effluent -N and effluent BOD) and the short SRT could have an affect on effluent -N and so effluent BOD could be increased. Thus, SRT operation should be controlled over 10 days. The results for analyzing the correlation between SRT and influent -N in order to investigate the operating factors affecting effluent T-P showed that T-P or -P was not highly correlation with SRT, whereas -P concentration increased along with increasing -N concentration into P2. Based on these results, we concluded, using regression analysis (R2=0.97), that effluent -P concentration depends on -N concentration into P2.
 Keywords
SND;NADH;N and P removal;simultaneous removal;
 Language
Korean
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APID공정 내 공정진단을 위한 dynamic $\overline{x}$-R 관리도의 적용,안상우;곽성근;정영욱;정무근;박재우;

한국물환경학회지, 2009. vol.25. 5, pp.704-712
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