Contribution of microfiltration on phosphorus removal in the sequencing anoxic/anaerobic membrane bioreactor

Title
Contribution of microfiltration on phosphorus removal in the sequencing anoxic/anaerobic membrane bioreactor
Authors
조진우송경근안규홍
Keywords
microfiltration; membrane bioreactor; phosphorus removal; fractionation; size distribution; 2008년11월13일 accept됨(조진우); 2008논문성과로희망함(조진우); **2008년도개인평가에반영되었음(관리자)
Issue Date
2009-08
Publisher
Bioprocess and biosystems engineering
Citation
VOL 32, NO 5, 593-602
Abstract
Abstract This study investigated the contribution of microfiltration to phosphorus removal in the sequencing anoxic/anaerobic membrane bioreactor. The phosphorus content in activated sludge was fractionated by the Schmidt–Thannhauser–Schneider method. The size distribution of phosphorus in the influent was analyzed to estimate the portion of particulate phosphorus rejected physically by the 0.2 lm microfiltration. The result was that along with the high removal of phosphorus (83%) the phosphorus content of activated sludge was measured as 58.66 mgP/gVSS corresponding to 5.87% on dry weight basis. About 9% of total phosphorus was chemically precipitated phosphates while 56% was stored inside the microbial cell by activity of PAOs, and 35% was the sum of minor intracellular compositions and the particulate residuals, which could be rejected completely by the microfiltration. The biological activity is the dominant way of phosphorus removal in the process. However, the microfiltration also contributed significantly to phosphorus removal by retaining the particulate phosphorus inside the system.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/34580
ISSN
1615-7591
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