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Volume 28, Issue 6 - Dec 2014
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Characteristics and control of intermittent flow in water distribution systems due to restricted supply
Yang, Kangseung ; Kim, Donghong ; Jung, Kwansoo ; Kim, Juhwan ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 1~11
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.1
The water distribution system should be invariably operated on continuous pattern for 24 hours a day. Occasionally, it is not practically possible to operate for 24 hours due to water shortage or financial constraints. Therefore an intermittent water supply is unavoidable in water shortage area and developing countries. But the intermittent water supply can introduce large pressure forces and rapid fluid accelerations into a water supply network. These disturbances may result in new pipe failure, leakage and secondary contamination. This paper proposed an improvement methodology to prevent the disturbances by intermittent water supply. For the study, the hydraulic variation of intermittent flow in water distribution system was measured and analyzed in the field by comparing with simulation of hydraulic model. Installations of control valves such as, pressure reducing and sustaining and air valves were employed for pressure and flow control. The effectiveness of the methods are presented by comparing hydraulic conditions before and after introducing the proposed solutions.
Application of anaerobic baffled reactor to produce volatile fatty acids by acidification of primary sludge
Kwon, Se Young ; Kang, Min Sun ; Kim, Se Woon ; Shin, Jung-Hun ; Choi, Han-Na ; Jang, Hoon ; Cho, Jin Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 13~23
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.13
A lab-scale Anaerobic Baffled Reactor (ABR) was applied to treat a primary sludge taken from a municipal wastewater treatment plant. In this experiment, acidogenic reaction was promoted by operating the ABR with short hydraulic retention time (HRT) to produce sufficient volatile fatty acids (VFA) instead of production of methane. The performance of ABR on the VFA production and total solids reduction was observed with different operating conditions with 2, 4, 6, and 8 days of HRT. Corresponding organic loading rates were 6.7, 3.4, 2.2, and
. As HRT increased the removal rate of TCOD was also increased (82.5, 84.2, 96.9, and 95.9 % in average for HRT of 2, 4, 6, and 8 days, respectively) because the settlement of solids was enhanced in the baffle by the decrease of upflow velocity. At HRT of 2 days the average concentration of VFA in the effluent was measured at
mgCOD/L corresponding to 107 % increment as compared to the VFA concentration in the influent. However, as HRT increased VFA concentraiotn was decreased to
mgCOD/L at HRT of 8 days. The reduction rates of total solids were 12.2, 26.5, 24.8, and 43.0 % for HRT of 2, 4, 6, and 8 days. As HRT increased the hydrolysis of organic particulate matters in the reactor was enhanced due to the increasing of solids retention time in the baffle zone with low upflow velocity in long HRT condition. Consequently, we found that a primary sludge became a good source of VFA production by the application of ABR process with HRT less than 4 days and the 12-26 % of total solids reduction was expected at these conditions.
Enhancement of Anaerobic Biodegradability using the Solubilized Sludge by the Cavitation process
Kim, Dongha ; Lee, Jaegyu ; Jung, Euitaek ; Jeong, Hoyoung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 25~32
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.25
In order to investigate the effective pretreatment methods in WAS(
A Study on Improvement of Inflow/Infiltration Computation and Application Method in Sewer Rehabilitation Project
Kim, Jong-Oh ; Jeong, Dong-Gi ; An, Dae-Hoon ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 33~45
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.33
In this study, current sewer infiltration/Inflow(I/I) computation and application method was examined about improvement and adequacy relating to the main issues raised by the field for practitioners. The results of review about infiltration calculation method were considered to be in need of improvement at `standards of minimum sewage calculation`. Furthermore, the results of review about I/I application method were considered to be in need of improvement at `standards of seasonal infiltration application` and `the relative decrease in the Annual evaluation standards`. In addition, annual I/I analysis at JC County for the four years(2009~2012) in respect of operation flow and rainfall data was conducted. The result of annual infiltration analysis, compared average daily sewage generated average infiltration rate was found in 21.95 %, infiltration by unit was found in
, respectively. The result of annual inflow analysis, average rainfall - Inflow equations was found $y
Inhibition effect of silica nanoparticle on the oxygen uptake rate of activated sludge
Lee, Soo Mi ; Cho, Jin Woo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 47~54
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.47
Nanotechnology has become one of the fastest developing technologies and recently applied to a variety of industries. Thus, increasing number of nano materials including various nanoparticles would be discharged into wastewater and consequently entering a biological wastewater treatment process. However, the impact of the nano particles on biological wastewater treatment has not been estimated intensively. In this research, we investigated the effect of silica nanoparticle on the oxygen uptake rates (OURs) of activated sludge used in a conventional wastewater treatment process. The inhibition (%) values were estimated from the results of OURs experiments for the silica nanoparticles with various sizes of 10-15, 45-50, and 70-100 nm and concentrations of 50, 250, and 500 ppm. As results, the inhibition value was increased as the size of silica nano particles decreased and the injected concentration increased. The maximum inhibition value was investigated as 37.4 % for the silica nanoparticles with the size of 45-50 nm and concentration of 50 ppm. Additionally, the effect of size and concentration on the inhibition should be considered cautiously in case that the aggregation of particles occurred seriously so that the size of individual particles was increased in aquatic solution.
Anaerobic co-digestion of food waste leachate with microalgae for improvement of methane production
Lee, Kwanyong ; Chantrasakdakul, Phrompol ; Kim, Daegi ; Park, Jongjin ; Choi, Jang-Seung ; Park, Ki Young ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 55~60
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.55
Food waste leachate (FWL) is a serious pollutant waste coming from the food waste recycling facilities in Korea. FWL has a high organic matter content and high COD to nitrogen (COD/N) ratio, which can disturb efficient methane production in the anaerobic digestion of FWL. In the present study a microalga, Clorella vulgaris (C.V), was used as co-substrate for the FWL anaerobic digestion in order to supply nutrients, decrease the COD/N ratio and increase its methane yield. Different co-digestion mixtures (COD/N ratios) were studied by using biochemical methane potential test and modified Gompertz equation for kinetic study. Mixed substrate of FWL and C. vulgaris in the co-digestion clearly showed more the biomethane yield than the sole substrates. The maximum methane production, 827.7 mL-
/g-VS added, was obtained for COD/N ratio of 24/1, whereas the highest improvement of methane yield was found for COD/N ratio of 15/1.
Behavior of Organic Matter, Chlorine Residual and Disinfection By-Products (DBPs) Formation during UV Treatment of Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluents
Han, Jihee ; Sohn, Jinsik ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 61~72
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.61
Study on effluent organic matter (EfOM) characteristic and removal efficiency is required, because EfOM is important in regard to the stability of effluents reuse, quality issues of artificial recharge and water conservation of aqueous system. UV technology is widely used in wastewater treatment. Many reports have been conducted on microbial disinfection and micro pollutant reduction with UV treatment. However, the study on EfOM with UV has limited because low/medium pressure UV lamp is not sufficient to affect refractory organics. The high intensity of pulsed UV would mineralize EfOM itself as well as change the characteristics of EfOM. Chlorine demand and DBPs formation is affected on the changed amounts and properties of EfOM. The objective of this study is to investigate the effect on EfOM, chlorine residual, and chlorinated DBPs formation with low pressure and pulsed UV treatment. The removal of organic matter through low pressure UV treatment is insignificant effect. Pulsed UV treatment effectively removes/transforms EfOM. As a result, the chlorine consumption is changed and chlorine DBPs formation is decreased. However, excessive UV treatment caused problems of increasing chlorine consumption and generating unknown by-products.
Optimization of influent and effluent baffle configuration of circular secondary clarifier using CFD and PIV test
Choi, Young-Gyun ; Bae, Kang-Hyung ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 73~81
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.73
One-dimensional flux theory (1DFT) is conventionally used for design of secondary clarifier of wastewater treatment plant. However, the 1DFT cannot describe turbulence, density current, shape parameters of the clarifier. In this study, we optimized the configurations of influent guide baffle and effluent baffle through the simulation using computational fluid dynamics (CFD) and its verification by particle image velocity (PIV) test. The energy dissipating inlet (EDI) without influent guide baffle (
) showed the best efficiency for minimizing downward velocity under the center well of the clarifier. The lowest velocity distribution around the effluent weir region could be obtained with the McKinney baffle (EB-2). The performances of the influent and effluent baffles were clearly verified by PIV test results.
Effect of pH and ionic strength on the removal of radionuclide by Na-mica
Seol, Bitna ; Cho, Yunchul ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 83~89
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.83
The aim of this study is to investigate the sorption/ion exchange of radioactive nuclides such as
by synthetic Na-micas. In order to prepare Na-micas, two natural micas (phlogopite and biotite) were used as precursor materials. XRD, SEM, and EDS analyses were used to examine material characterization of synthetic Na-micas. Analyses of materials revealed that Na-micas were successfully obtained from natrual micas by K removal treatment. On the other hand, single solute (Cs or Sr) and bi-solute (Cs/Sr) sorption experiments were carried out to determine sorption capacity of Na-micas for Cs and Sr under different pH and ionic strength conditions. Uptake of Cs and Sr by micas in bi-solute system was lower than in single-solute system. Additionally, Langmuir and Langmuir competitive models were applied to describe sorption isotherm of Na-micas. bi-solute system was well described by Langmuir competitive models. For the results obtained in this study, Na-micas could be promising sorbents to treat multi-radioactive species from water and groundwater.
Rechlorination for residual chlorine concentration equalization in distribution system
Kim, Jinkeun ; Han, Ji-An ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 91~101
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.91
Three water treatment plants(WTPs) in Jeju island whose source water have different characteristics from those of the mainland of Korea were investigated. Coefficients of bulk water decay(
) of free chlorine at
for ES, GJ, NW WTPs were
respectively based on bottle tests. To simulate the free chlorine variations in the distribution system using EPANET, ES WTP was chosen. Free chlorine concentrations of several sites were less than the drinking water quality standards(i.e., 0.1 mg/L); E5(0.03 mg/L), E6(0.02 mg/L), W21(0.02 mg/L) and W25(0.03 mg/L). To maintain more than 0.1 mg/L of free chlorine in the distribution system, at least 1.9 mg/L of chlorine was needed at the WTP, which suggested rechlorination was needed to supply palatable tap water to customers. Two sites, one that diverged into E5 and E6 in the east-line and another located before E21 in the west-line were selected for the appropriate rechlorination locations. The recommended rechlorination dosages were 0.42 mg/L for the east and 0.27 mg/L for the west. The simulated results indicated that the free chlorine could be reduced to 0.4 mg/L at the WTP with rechlorination, and taps with excessive free chlorine could be more stabilized(i.e., 0.1~0.4 mg/L).
A Study on the AHP based Evaluation Criteria for the Combinatorial Technology of Smart Water Grid
Kim, Yun-Jung ; Kwark, Dong-Geun ; Kim, Won-Tae ; Kim, Jeong-Joo ; Shin, Heung-Sup ; Kim, Yong-Sung ; Kim, Sang-Seon ; Kim, Chae-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 103~110
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.103
In this study, the evaluation criteria of performance and applicability is developed to rank the combinatorial technologies for SWG (Smart Water Grid) system using AHP (Analytic Hierarchy Process) method. Security, safety, solution, suitability and sustainability which are goals of SWG technology, are used as upper level hierarchy elements. And three detailed elements for each upper level hierarchy are adopted as the lower level hierarchy. The weighted value which represents the importance of each element, could be determined through questionnaires accomplished by groups of specialists who are engaged in relevant waster industry and research area. To assess the accuracy of the evaluation criteria developed in this study, a simulation on four decision alternatives for smart water grid was carried out as an evaluation. Consequently which showed 90 % of accuracy.
Feasibility Study on Introduction of Decentralized Water Supply System for Improving Water Security and Sustainability
Kim, Kwan-Yeop ; Kim, Seong-Su ; Park, No-Suk ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 111~124
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.111
Decentralized water supply systems, treating the water in users`vicinity, cutting down the distribution system, utilizing the alternative water resources(rainwater harvesting, water reclamation and reuse and so on.) and saving energy and other resources, could be categorized into POU(Point-Of-Use), POE(Point-Of-Entry) and community small scale system. From the literature review, we could thought that decentralized water supply system and hybrid system(integrating centralized and decentralized water supply system within urban water management) might have strengthening comparative advantages to centralized system with respect to: (1) water security, (2) sustainability, (3) economical affordability. Even though it is difficult to derive and quantify direct benefit advantages from decentralized and hybrid system in comparison with centralized system, (1) operational cost reduction, (2) assurance for safe and stability water supply and (3) greenhouse gas reduction can be expected from successful establishment of the former.
A Study on Critical Success Factors for 6 Sigma Project in Construction Site using Factor Analysis
Kim, Chae-Soo ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 125~134
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.125
6 sigma is a management innovation strategy which improves most of all managerial processes including transactional and project based operations such as marketing, purchasing, accounting, and construction. Even though 6 sigma is trying to solve problems from the customer`s viewpoint in the scientific manner, project leader feels some difficulties in implementation because of several reasons. Especially the difficulties are prevalent in construction site. This paper investigates the cause of the difficulties through questionnaires, analyzes the investigation results, and verifies the critical success factors of 6 sigma implementation. Factor analysis has been usually employed in reducing quantity of data and summarizing information chaos. In this study, several variables from questionnaires are grouped into just only four factors by the process of factor analysis. The critical success factors are extracted as project management system, implementation mechanism, site condition, and project ownership. Some ideas for each individual success factor are suggested, which are expected to be useful in successful implementation of 6 Sigma in construction site.
Separation of Inorganic Sludge and MAP from Municipal Wastewater Sludge Using Hydrocyclone
Lee, Dong-Woo ; Bae, Kang-Hyeong ; Cho, Kun-Sang ; Kim, Sung-Hong ;
Journal of Korean Society of Water and Wastewater, volume 28, issue 1, 2014, Pages 135~142
DOI : 10.11001/jksww.2014.28.1.135
The performance of inorganic sludge separation system is evaluated. Anaerobic digester effluent sludge is used for feed sludge of this system and hydrocyclone is used for inorganic sludge separation. For phosphorus removal and recovery
is pumped into MAP growth tank, a component of inorganic sludge separation system. Using this system inorganic sludge which contained less than 40 % of organic matter can be discharged stably and the maximum amount of separated inorganic sludge is 13.4 % of influent sludge based on dry solid. The amount of phosphorus recovered as MAP(as P) is 16.7 % to influent T-P.