Biogranules applied in environmental engineering
- Biogranules applied in environmental engineering
- 정경원; Kim Milferstedt; Jerome Hamelin; 박철; 정진영; 황유훈; 조시경; 김동훈
- Biogranules; Methanogenic granules; Hydrogenic granules; Aerobic granules; Anammox granules; Oxygenic photogranules
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- International journal of hydrogen energy
- VOL 42, NO 45-27811
- The efficiency of wastewater treatment with renewable energy generation has been greatly improved with the development of biogranules. In this review article, various types of biogranules (methanogenic, hydrogenic, aerobic, anaerobic ammonium oxidation, and oxygenic photogranules) applied in environmental engineering are introduced along with their history, theories on how they are formed, physico-chemical and morphological characteristics, and the effects on enhanced performance. Although each individual granule has its own characteristics, there might be something in common that the formation is related with high production of extracellular polymeric substances, and they all have high hydrophobicity, settling velocity, and density. To our knowledge, this is the first review article dealing with various types of biogranules. The information given herein will provide a chance for a deep understanding on biogranules in both fundamental research and engineering point of views.
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