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Application of Activated Carbon and Crushed Concrete as Capping Material for Interrupting the Release of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Organic Substance from Reservoir Sediments
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Application of Activated Carbon and Crushed Concrete as Capping Material for Interrupting the Release of Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Organic Substance from Reservoir Sediments
Kang, Ku; Kim, Won-Jae; Park, Seong-Jik;
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 Abstract
This study aims to assess the effectiveness of activated carbon (AC) and crushed concrete (CC) as capping material to block the release of nitrogen, phosphorus, and organic substance from reservoir sediments. The efficiency of AC and CC as capping material was evaluated in a reactor in which a 1 or 3 cm thick layer of capping materials was placed on the sediments collected from Mansu reservoir in Anseong-city. Dissolved oxygen (DO) concentration, total nitrogen (T-N), total phosphorus (T-P), and chemical oxygen demand (COD) concentration in reservoir water above the uncapped sediments and capping material were monitored for 45 days. The release rate of T-N was in the following increasing order: AC 3 cm () < CC 1 cm () < AC 1 cm () < CC 3 cm () < uncapped (). The release rate of T-P was in the following increasing order: AC 3 cm () CC 3 cm () < CC 1 cm () < AC 1 cm capped () < uncapped (). The release of nitrogen and phosphorus were effectively blocked by AC capping of 3 cm thickness, and CC capping of 3 cm thickness effectively controlled the release of phosphorus. The order of increasing COD release rate was as follows: AC 3 cm () CC 3 cm () < CC 1 cm () < AC 1 cm () < uncapped (), indicating that AC and CC capping effectively interrupted the release of organic contaminants from the sediments. It was concluded that AC and CC could effectively block the release of T-N, T-P and COD release from contaminated reservoir sediments.
 Keywords
reservoir contaminated sediment;in-situ capping;nitrogen;phosphorus;chemical oxygen demand;
 Language
Korean
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