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A Study on Phosphorus and Nitrogen Removal with Unit Operation in the Ferrous Nutrient Removal Process
철전기분해장치(FNR)에서 단위공정에 따른 질소와 인의 제거
- Received : 2012.10.29
- Accepted : 2013.01.14
- Published : 2013.02.28
Objectives: The purpose of this experiment was to illuminate the relationship between the phosphorus removal rate of unit operation and the phosphorus removal rate of phosphorus volume loading in the Ferrous Nutrient Removal process, which consists of an anoxic basin, oxic basin, and iron precipitation apparatus. Methods: This study was conducted in order to improve the effect of nitrogen and phosphorus removal in domestic wastewater using the FNR (Ferrous Nutrient Removal) process which features an iron precipitation reactor in anoxic and oxic basins. The average concentration of TN and TP was analyzed in a pilot plant (
iron electrolysis system;nitrification;de-nitrification;phosphorus;nitrogen
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