Azadeh Asadi

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In this study, an innovative aerobic/anoxic sludge bed bioreactor with two feeding regimes, continuous-fed (an up-flow sludge bed reactor (USBR)) and batch fed (sequencing batch reactor (SBR)), was evaluated for the treatment of an industrial estate wastewater with low BOD(5)/COD ratio. The process performance in the two regimes was compared. Two numerical(More)
Simultaneous removal of carbon and nutrients (CNP) in a single bioreactor is highly significant for energy consumption and control of reactor volume. Basically, nutrients removal is dependant to the ratio of biochemical oxygen demand to chemical oxygen demand (BOD₅/COD). Thus, in this study the treatment of an industrial estate wastewater with low BOD₅/COD(More)
Simultaneous removal of carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus (CNP) in a single bioreactor is of high significance in terms of reactor volume and energy consumption. Therefore, in this study, an innovative up-flow anaerobic/aerobic/anoxic bioreactor (UAAASB) augmented by ultrasound was developed as a high rate single bioreactor for the simultaneous removal of(More)
  • Jalal Ghelichzadeh, Rojin Derakhshan, Amirali Dolatshahi, Azadeh Asadi
  • 2011
Effective integration of membrane/thermal desalination and power technology can improve the performance of thermal desalination and reduce the cost of desalted water. In this paper two study cases with different configuration desalination processes are considered and compared. This comparison is performed using THERMOFLEX software. The first case is a 25 MW(More)
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