Dissolved Oxygen/Free Ammonia (DO/FA) Ratio Manipulation to Gain Distinct Proportions of Nitrogen Species in Effluent of Entrapped-Cell-Based Reactors
Journal of Environmental Management
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Oxygen-limiting and/or free ammonia (FA)-accumulating conditions are two common operating strategies for partial nitrification in wastewater. Controlling either bulk dissolved oxygen (DO) or free ammonia (FA) concentration to maintain partial nitrification can be challenging due to the strong interdependency between these two parameters as substrates for ammonia oxidation. In this study, DO/FA ratio is proposed as a controlling parameter for partial nitrification by entrapped-cell-based reactors. At DO/FA... (see full abstract in article).
Dissolved oxygen; Dissolved oxygen/free ammonia ratio; Entrapped cell; Free ammonia; Partial nitrification
Chemical Engineering | Environmental Engineering
Dissolved Oxygen/Free Ammonia (DO/FA) Ratio Manipulation to Gain Distinct Proportions of Nitrogen Species in Effluent of Entrapped-Cell-Based Reactors.
Journal of Environmental Management, 251