Water Technology Lecture 7: Wastewater Treatment, Activated Sludge
Citation:Nicholas Frederick Gray, 'Water Technology Lecture 7: Wastewater Treatment, Activated Sludge', [presentation], Tigroney Press, 2017-11-05, Water Technology Lecture Series, 7, 1, 2017-11-05
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This is the seventh lecture in the course Water Technology dealing with the activated sludge process used in the secondary treatment of wastewater. This is a PowerPoint lecture which is free to use and modify. It was designed to be used in conjunction with the course text Gray, N.F. (2017) Water Science and Technology: An Introduction, published by CRC Press, Oxford. In the lecture the following are explored: Activated sludge; process control, sludge age, sludge residence time; MLSS; sludge loading rate; f/m ratio; sludge settleability, SSVI, sludge volume index; ecology; filaments; bacteria; filament assessment; bulking; foaming; nitrification; protozoa; ciliates; oxidation ditch; process design; biological nutrient removal; sequencing batch reactors
Author: Gray, Nicholas Frederick
Type of material:presentation
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Subject:Lecture series, Tigroney Press, Gray, Nick, SSVI, MLSS, f/m ratio, Activated sludge, Water technology, Process control, Process design, Nitrification, Biological nutrient removal, Sludge volume index, Sludge age, Sludge loading, Protozoa, Filamentous baceria, Floc-forming bacteria, Foaming, Bulking, Sequencing batch reactors, Bardenpho process, Specific oxygen uptake rate
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