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Characteristics of TPH Decomposition in a Close-typed Simulated Biopile System Amended with a Sintered Porous Media
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Characteristics of TPH Decomposition in a Close-typed Simulated Biopile System Amended with a Sintered Porous Media
Jung, Hyun-Gyu; Choi, Sang-Il; Kim, Hye-Jin; Kim, Sang-Kook; Kim, Yu-Beom;
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 Abstract
This research was conducted to verified the effectiveness of a sintered porous media coated with organic matter as nutrient source and microorganisms as decomposer effective in TPH decomposition for a closed-typed biopole system. The organic matter content in the sintered porous media which was developed with bentonite increased with increasing dilution ratio of pig slurry and the sintered porous media as well as decrease in the particle size of sintered porous media. The decomposition rate of TPH was significantly increased with increasing aeration than that under atmospheric condition. Also the sintered porous media containing organic matter and microorganisms proved that the decomposition was enhanced with addition of nutrients sources in addition to aeration periodically.
 Keywords
Sintrering porous media;Biopile;TPH;Decomposition mechanism;
 Language
Korean
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