Treatment Characteristics Using Full-Scale SBR System

Full-Scale SBR 공법을 이용한 처리특성

  • 추태호 (부산대학교 산업토목과) ;
  • 이용두 (부산대학교 지역환경시스템학과) ;
  • 조용현 (동아대학교 토목공학과 상.하수도시스템연구실)
  • Published : 2006.10.28

Abstract

In this study, the treatment of organic matters and nutrients like Nitrogen and Phosphorus with sequencing batch reactors (SBR) was conducted. The following conclusions can be summarized from the study. The influent BOD concentration was varied 19.6 to 40.0mg/L and the effluent was 3.0 to 14.8mg/L. The variations of BOD removal efficiency during the experimental period was $47.9{\sim}88.4%$ and the average was 80.8%. The average removal efficiency was stabilized with the passage of time. Also the COD concentration was flowed into as $12.2{\sim}32.0mg/L$ and the effluent concentration was varied 3.3 to 18.6 mg/L, and then the average COD removal efficiency was 57.3%(minimun 19.2% and maximum 78.6%). But fortunately, the COD removal efficiency was also stabilized as 70.2% after 79days. In the case of T-N, the influent concentration range was $7.53{\sim}14.99mg/L$ and the effluent concentration was 6.59mg/L(the average removal efficiency was 40.3%) until the first experiment time 79days. But after normalizing the system, it was 4.44mg/L (the average removal efficiency was 56.4%). Also the influent T-P concentration was varied from 0.77 to 1.91mg/L and the effluent concentration was $0.26{\sim}1.53mg/L$. The removal efficiency was varied from 5.3 to 71.7%. considerably, therefore the average removal efficiency was 42.6%. The reason was concluded that the sludge wasn't discharged for increasing MLSS concentration.

Keywords

SBR(Sequence Batch Reactor);Nitrogen;Phosphorus