E3S Web Conf.
Volume 167, 20202020 11th International Conference on Environmental Science and Development (ICESD 2020)
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Effect of exposure time ratio on Intermittent Aerated Moving Bed Biofilm Reactor
College of Architecture and Environment, Sichuan University, Chengdu 610065 Chengdu, China.
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This study combined the IA craft, and the goal is to achieve aerobic, anoxic and even anaerobic alternating cycles in the same reactor to enhance biological nitrogen and phosphorus removal. At present, there are many studies on the IA process, but less research on the IAMBBR craft. The IAMBBR craft combines intermittent aeration with a biofilm process, which can further improve the processing capacity of a continuous-flow biofilm reactor. Therefore, it is necessary to conduct a detailed study of the IAMBBR craft. In addition, the exposure time ratio is an important parameter for the operation of the IA craft. By adjusting the exposure time ratio, the DO concentration in the reactor can be controlled, which affects the operation effect of the reactor. Therefore, this chapter mainly explores the effect of exposure time ratio on the operating effect of IAMBBR. Six operating stages were connected: the ratio of CA and exposure time are 3h/3h, 1h/1h, 30min/30min, 15min/15min, and 5min/5min, respectively, to study the removal effect of pollutants.
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