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A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification (Werf Report)

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Published by Water Environment Research Foundation .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage treatment & disposal,
  • Technology,
  • Technology & Industrial Arts,
  • Science/Mathematics,
  • Biotechnology,
  • Environmental Engineering & Technology,
  • Membrane reactors,
  • Nitrogen removal,
  • Purification,
  • Sewage,
  • Water

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages80
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8930532M
    ISBN 101843396432
    ISBN 109781843396437

    Buy Denitrification on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders. In this study, an approach using influent COD/N ratio reduction was employed to improve process performance and nitrification efficiency in a membrane bioreactor (MBR). Besides sludge reduction, membrane fouling alleviation was observed during d operation, which was attributed to the decreased production of soluble microbial products (SMP) and efficient Cited by: Autotrophic vs. Heterotrophic Bacteria There's a lot of confusion among aqua culturists about nitrifying bacteria. This is ammonia conversion that is attained by true autotrophic nitrifiers. When using Dissimilation is a part of the denitrification process. Denitrification is the conversion (reduction) of nitrites and nitrate to gaseous File Size: 62KB.


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A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification (Werf Report) by Kauser Jahan Download PDF EPUB FB2

The use of hollow fiber membrane module appears to be a viable technology for transferring hydrogen gas to water. The research results in this report provide valuable information for pilot and full-scale studies for the water/wastewater community focusing on membrane processes for autotrophic denitrification.

Get this from a library. Novel membrane process for autotrophic denitrification ; WERF report (Project CTSET). [Kauser Jahan] -- Biological denitrification by heterotrophic bacteria is common in the wastewater industry in the U.S.

and in drinking water processing in Europe. To facilitate heterotrophic denitrification, organic. Enhancing denitrification using a novel in situ membrane biofilm reactor the in-situ membrane biofilm reactor while f s = indicates a maximum percentage of biomass formation in an autotrophic denitrification process (Rittmann and McCarty, ).Cited by: 6.

A novel CSTR-type of hollow fiber membrane biofilm reactor for consecutive nitrification and denitrification Jeong-Hoon Shin a, Byoung-In Sang a *, Yun-Chul Chung a, Youn-kyoo Choung b a Hazardous Substances Research Center, Korea Institute of Science and Technology, P.O.

BoxCheongryang, Seoul,Korea Tel. +82 ; Fax +82 Cited by: H2-based membrane biofilm reactor (MBfR), a kind of autotrophic denitrification system, is a novel and special membrane bioreactor using hydrogen as inorganic electron donor to.

The demonstration of a novel sulfur cycle-Based Wastewater treatment process: sulfate reduction, autotrophic denitrification, and nitrification integrated. A Degree in a Book: Cosmology. A Dynamic Model to Assess Microbial Health Risks Associated with Beneficial Uses of Biosolids - Phase 1.

A Feast of Science. A Grain of Salt. A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification. The CSTR-type of HF-MBfR process couples autotrophic biological nitrogen removal reactors with the bubbleless mass transfer of oxygen and hydrogen through hollow fiber membranes.

For nitrification, CSTR-type of HF-MBfR was operated over days and for hydrogenotrophic denitrification, CSTR-type of HF-MBfR was operated over days.

membrane dependent process AMO (Ammonia monooxygenase) example of nitrosofying bacteria. - Nitrate is used as a terminal electron acceptor instead - but autotrophic denitrifiers have also been identified - several species involved in complete reduction.

Abstract. A novel heterotrophic-autotrophic denitrification (HAD) approach supported by granulated spongy iron, pine bark and mixed bacteria was proposed for remediation of nitrate contaminated groundwater in an aerobic : Fei Liu, Guoxin Huang, Howard Fallowfield, Huade Guan, Lingling Zhu, Hongyan Hu.

Agnieszka Pierkiel, A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification,Kauser Jahan. Ph.D.,P.E., Environmental Engineering.

The purpose of this study was to determine the technical feasibility of a novel membrane technology for hydrogenotrophic denitrification of water. Biological kinetics were by: 3. Denitrification is a microbially facilitated process where nitrate (NO 3 −) is reduced and ultimately produces molecular nitrogen (N 2) through a series of intermediate gaseous nitrogen oxide ative anaerobic bacteria perform denitrification as a type of respiration that reduces oxidized forms of nitrogen in response to the oxidation of an electron donor such as.

Agricultural activities lead excessive emission of ammonia nitrogen in the environment and can profoundly interfere the equilibrium of the natural ecosystems leading to their contamination.

Actually, the biological purification of wastewaters is the most adopted technique thanks to its several advantages such as high performance and low energy Cited by: 9. This chapter on describes the physiology and biochemical pathways of heterotrophic nitrification and nitrifier denitrification, a description of the genetic and organism diversity involved, and a brief description of techniques to discern one process from another.

A final perspective is offered on how anthropogenic input of nitrogen affects microbial transformations of inorganic N with Cited by: Pierkiel, A. and K.

Jahan (), “A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification,” Annual Student Poster Presentation Sponsored by the New Jersey Water Environment Association, Atlantic City, New Jersey.

Because heterotrophic denitrification using methanol is the most common denitrification process in present use (), it is reasonable to use it in a technical feasibility analysis as the standard of comparison for evalu- ating autotrophic denitrification using elemental sulfur.

BACKGROUND: Contamination of nitrate in ground and surface water has become an ever-increasing and serious environmental problem. Biological methods hold the promise of converting nitrate into harmless nitrogen. A novel denitrification system which combines proton-exchange membrane electrodialysis with simultaneous bio-electrochemical autotrophic denitrification has Cited by: The autotrophic denitrification process was able to treat nitrate or nitrite-rich water, but probably cannot be used for the treatment of drinking water.

The result showed that the process works well for acidic pH, temperature higher than 15 °C and at HRT above 3. IIFile Size: 1MB. Autotrophic denitrification using elemental sulfur Bill Batchelor, Alonzo W. Lawrence Cornell University, Ithaca, N.

Various physical-chemical and biological processes can remove nitrogen from waste waters. Biological nitrification followed by heterotrophic denitrification has been shown to be reliable and, in many instances, the most.

During the biological nitrification of wastewater, considerable nitrogen loss was observed in the BAF under oxygen-limited conditions when organic carbons were not provided for denitrification.

Most probably, the lost nitrogen was converted to gaseous nitrogen compounds including dinitrogen by autotrophic dentrification and anaerobic ammonium. A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification. eBook: EPDF. A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification.

Paperback / softback. A Peer Review of the City of Lincoln Nebraska Salt Creek Site-Specific Ammonia Water Quality Criteria. Paperback / softback. A Practitioner's Guide to Economic Decision Making in Asset. Navigating the TMDL Process: Listing and Delisting A Dynamic Model to Assess Microbial Health Risks Associated with Beneficial Uses of Biosolids – Phase 1 A Novel Membrane Process for Autotrophic Denitrification.

Lee, KC & Rittmann, BE' A novel hollow-fibre membrane biofilm reactor for autohydrogenotrophic denitrification of drinking water ', Water Science and Technology, vol. 41, no. pp. Lee KC, Rittmann by: Author information: (1)Key Laboratory of Terrestrial Ecological Process, Institute of Applied Ecology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ShenyangChina.

[email protected] Oxygen-limited autotrophic nitrification and denitrification (OLAND) is a biological nitrogen removal process coupled with partial nitrification and Author: Zhang D, Xu H, Li X, Zhang Y, Chen G. A brief introduction of the long history of biofilm-based wastewater treatment is given together with basics of biofilm behavior and mechanisms in removal and transformation of pollutants.

Moving bed biofilm reactor (MBBR) principles and applications of such are presented. Advantages and limitations of such solutions are given together with evaluations of emerging MBBR by: 1. by denitrification.

Technically, it is a three step process: ammonification precedes nitrification and denitrification. ammo N ificatio N.

While traveling through sewer pipes, the majority of the nitrogen contained in raw sewage (urea and fecal material) is converted from organic-nitrogen to ammonia through a process called Size: KB.

EVALUATION OF SULFUR-BASED AUTOTROPHIC DENITRIFICATION D.G. Lampe and T.C. Zhang*, Department of Civil Engineering, University of Nebraska-Lincoln at Omaha Campus, Omaha, NE,Phone: ABSTRACT Sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification processes utilize autotrophic denitrifiers, such as Thiobacillus denitrificans and File Size: KB.

The conventional process for ammonium removal via two steps, aerobic nitrification and anaerobic denitrification, is challenged by a one-step process in which ammonium is oxidized directly to N latter is an autotrophic process which consumes 63% less oxygen and % less reducing by: biological process.

Consequently, this also causes a decrease in the denitrification rate compared with heterotrophic denitrification (Prosnansky et al., ; Vasiliadou et al., ).

Some marginal concerns are also reported in the application of hydrogen, such as the costly supply of H 2, flammability, as well as transport. Start studying nitrification and denitrification.

Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Biological denitrification, occurring either heterotrophically or autotrophically, accounts for 60–90% of the total nitrate reduction [6,7,8].Among popular electron donors for autotrophic denitrification, sulfur has competitive characteristics of cost-effectiveness, nontoxicity, water-insolubility, and wide availability [9,10].In the heterotrophic denitrification process, some chemical.

Denitrification. The natural cycle of denitrification comprises a cascade of different enzymes that stepwise reduce nitrate to dinitrogen [1]-[3]: Hence, denitrification corresponds to the part of the biological nitrogen cycle that is opposed to nitrogen fixation.

@article{osti_, title = {Evaluation of sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification}, author = {Lampe, D G and Zhang, T C}, abstractNote = {Sulfur-based autotrophic denitrification processes utilize autotrophic denitrifiers, such as Thiobacillus denitrificans and Thiomicrospira denitrificans, to reduce nitrate to nitrogen gas.

Bench-scale experiments were conducted to evaluate the. The feasibility of using the sulfur/limestone autotrophic denitrification (SLAD) process as an in-situ method for remediation of nitrate-contaminated surface water was investigated.

Four bench-scale pond systems with working volumes of litres each and hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 30 days were operated under either mixed conditions or Cited by: This report will only be available as a Pay-Per-View item.

Dewatering practices reduce the water content of sludges in order to minimise the volume to be handled and improve handling properties.

Studies have shown that the ability of dewatering processes to reduce the water content is dependent on the specific dewatering process and the nature of the sludge.

Nitrification. Nitrification is the process by which ammonia is converted to nitrites (NO2-) and then nitrates (NO3-). This process naturally occurs in the environment, where it is carried out by specialized bacteria.

Ammonia. Ammonia is produced. Sulfur-based carriers were examined to enhance the nitrogen removal efficiency in a mixed anoxic–anaerobic-membrane bioreactor system, in which sulfur from the carrier acts as an electron donor for the conversion of nitrate to nitrogen gas through the autotrophic denitrification process.

A total nitrogen [ ] Read more. supplementary source to enhance denitrification in primary and secondary anoxic zones is reported. Denitrification is a process in which the oxidized nitrogen substances, i.e.

nitrates and nitrites are reduced to nitrogen gas, such as N 2O and N 2, when a proton donor (energy source) is available.

Nitrate contamination is one of theFile Size: KB. Nitrous oxide (N2O) can be formed during biological nitrogen (N) removal processes. In this work, a mathematical model is developed that describes N2O production and consumption during activated sludge nitrification and denitrification. The well-known ASM process models are extended to capture N2O dynamics during both nitrification and denitrification in biological N.

T1 - Complete autotrophic denitrification in a single reactor using nitritation and anammox gel carriers. AU - Isaka, Kazuichi. AU - Kimura, Yuya. AU - Yamamoto, Tomoko. AU - Osaka, Toshifumi. AU - Tsuneda, Satoshi. PY - / Y1 - /11Cited by:.

Proof of concept was obtained that Fe(0) can stoichio metrically reduce nitrate to ammonium and that cathodic hydrogen [produced during anaerobic Fe(0) corrosion by water] can sustain microbial denitrification to reduce nitrate to more innocuous products (i.e., N2O and N2).

Autotrophic, denitrifying growth on Fe(0) was proven through the use of a dual-flask apparatus.Nitrification and denitrification are essential processes for aquatic ecological system and vital for human health.

While ammonia is applied for disinfection together with chlorine to produce chloramine, excessive ammonia may cause nitrification and bacteria growth in water transmission pipeline. Since excessive discharge may cause eutrophication and deterioration of aquatic Author: Ivan X. Zhu.In atmosphere: Nitrogen budget.

In a process called nitrification, or nitrogen fixation, bacteria such as Rhizobium living within nodules on the roots of peas, clover, and other legumes convert diatomic nitrogen gas to ammonia. A small amount of nitrogen is also fixed by lightning.

Ammonia may be further transformed by other bacteria into.