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Comparative Study on Different Forms of Membrane Module Structure Integrated in MBR Process

Although membrane bioreactor(MBR) can generate wastewaters with lower suspension concentration, the removal efficiency for nitrogen, phosphorus is difficult to meet the emissions requirements. So MBR enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal technology is becoming the hotspot of research and applicat... Full description

Journal Title: Environmental Science and Management August 2014, Vol.39(8), pp.82-84
Main Author: Chen, Wei
Other Authors: Meng, Qingqing
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title: Comparative Study on Different Forms of Membrane Module Structure Integrated in MBR Process
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  • Meng, Qingqing
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  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
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  • Experimental Research
  • Turbidity
  • Membranes
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  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
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  • Testing Procedures
  • Membranes
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  • Phosphorus
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
  • Effluents
  • Phosphorus Removal
  • Turbidity
  • Nitrogen
  • Testing Procedures
  • Membranes
  • Bioreactors
  • Phosphorus
  • Chemical Oxygen Demand
  • Effluents
  • Phosphorus Removal
  • Turbidity
  • Nitrogen
  • Land Use & Planning
  • Air Pollution
  • Sewage
  • Data Acquisition
  • Characteristics, Behavior and Fate
  • Submerged Mbr
  • Different Membrane Module
  • Contrast Test
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description: Although membrane bioreactor(MBR) can generate wastewaters with lower suspension concentration, the removal efficiency for nitrogen, phosphorus is difficult to meet the emissions requirements. So MBR enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal technology is becoming the hotspot of research and application. This study starts with the existing MBR enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal process, strengthening the principle, characteristic and treatment effect of nitrogen and phosphorus removal process in various combinations of membrane bioreactor. It also puts forward the research direction, and holds that strengthening the control of endogenous denitrification and membrane pollution are the focus of future research. Using two kinds of hollow fiber membrane modules together through improved with hollow fiber membrane component of typical experimental research, in the same test conditions and test water, membrane module is improved, not only can ease the attenuation of membrane flux, but also can record better removal rate for COD, total nitrogen, total phosphorus and turbidity, getting better effluent quality.
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abstractAlthough membrane bioreactor(MBR) can generate wastewaters with lower suspension concentration, the removal efficiency for nitrogen, phosphorus is difficult to meet the emissions requirements. So MBR enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal technology is becoming the hotspot of research and application. This study starts with the existing MBR enhanced nitrogen and phosphorus removal process, strengthening the principle, characteristic and treatment effect of nitrogen and phosphorus removal process in various combinations of membrane bioreactor. It also puts forward the research direction, and holds that strengthening the control of endogenous denitrification and membrane pollution are the focus of future research. Using two kinds of hollow fiber membrane modules together through improved with hollow fiber membrane component of typical experimental research, in the same test conditions and test water, membrane module is improved, not only can ease the attenuation of membrane flux, but also can record better removal rate for COD, total nitrogen, total phosphorus and turbidity, getting better effluent quality.
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