Chunhong Shi

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An up-flow anaerobic sludge blanket reactor-microbial fuel cell-biological aerated filter (UASB-MFC-BAF) system was developed for simultaneous bioelectricity generation and molasses wastewater treatment in this study. The maximum power density of 1410.2 mW/m(2) was obtained with a current density of 4947.9 mA/m(2) when the high strength molasses wastewater(More)
Toluene is an extensively used reagent that could cause water pollution and endanger human health. In this work, an O3/UV/ion-doped TiO2 nanotubes process was investigated to obtain the optimum TiO2 nanotubes for effective toluene decomposition. Photocatalytic activity is found to be influenced by the doped-ion type by affecting the ionic radius, valence(More)
Methyl orange (MO), a typical azo dye, is a well-known recalcitrant pollutant in dye wastewater. An aeration electrochemical system with single-chamber microbial fuel cell (MFC) as renewable power sources is proposed for MO decolorization. The enhanced color removal efficiency up to 90.4% within 360 min is observed with voltage across the aeration(More)
Introduced was the development and implementation for the water pollution control technology database platform based on general management information system. The technology research and application demonstration of the system were developed, covering six fields such as lake water pollution treatment and ecological restoration, improvement of environment(More)
O3/UV/TiO2 was used to effectively decompose humic acids (HAs) in drinking water. To obtain a large specific surface area and low band gap energy, Al and Fe co-doped TiO2 nanotubes were successfully synthesized using the hydrothermal method. The effect of the optimal co-doped TiO2 nanotubes catalyst on the HAs removal efficiency through O3/UV/co-doped TiO2(More)
PURPOSE To analyze the impact of dynamic changes in inflammation on atherosclerosis in short-duration type 2 diabetes after multifactorial intervention. METHODS In this randomized controlled study, a total of 150 type 2 diabetes patients who had a mean age of 49.8±7.3years, 51% male, with disease duration <1year and without evidence of atherosclerosis(More)
Three strains of Gram-negative bacteria capable of removing geosmin from drinking water were isolated from biologically active carbon and identified to be Chryseobacterium sp., Sinorhizobium sp. and Stenotrophomonas sp. based on physio-biochemistry analysis and 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis. Removal efficiencies of 2 mg/L geosmin in mineral salts medium(More)
OBJECTIVE To compare the efficacy, safety and efficiency of sensor augmented insulin pump (SAP) versus double-C therapy in poorly controlled type 2 diabetes (T2DM). METHODS A total of 81 patients with T2DM, HbA1c ≥ 9%, were divided randomly into SAP or continuous subcutaneous insulin infusion and retrospective continuous glucose monitoring (double C)(More)
2-methylisoborneol (MIB) and geosmin cannot readily be removed by conventional water treatments. Ozonation-biological activated carbon (O<inf>3</inf>-BAC) process is an attractive option for MIB and geosmin removal. For MIB and geosmin with an initial concentration of 500ng/L, the removal efficiencies of MIB (geosmin) by ozonation, biodegradation and(More)
Ozone has been widely used in drinking water treatment because of its high oxidation and disinfection capability. In order to make the ozone oxidation reliable, the structure of 3 sections of the ozone contactor was employed. By changing the operation conditions of the contactor, focused was on ozone transfer effect. The results showed the best operation(More)