Han-min Zhang

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Two SBMBRs run in AO and A2O mode were operated in parallel to compare their ability of simultaneous phosphorus and nitrogen removal. The results showed that the removals of COD and ammonium nitrogen were averaged over 90% and 95%, respectively. A2O MBR has the stronger anaerobic phosphorus release ability; its SPRR30 outdoes 47.5% compared to AO MBR.(More)
The enrichment and characteristics of denitrifying phosphate accumulating organisms (DPAO), which are capable of utilizing nitrate as electron acceptor, was investigated in a laboratory-scale sequencing batch membrane bioreactors (SBMBR). The results demonstrated that the proportion of DPAO increased from 19.4% to 69.6% of total phosphate accumulating(More)
The self-designed MUCT-MBR simplifies the MUCT process with reducing reactors from 5 to 2, which greatly reduces land occupied by equipment. Instead of secondary sedimentation tank, the membrane effluent quality is quite safe, and the operation is simple. In the investigation about simultaneous phosphorus and nitrogen removal of MUCT-MBR, the results showed(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the manifestation and clinical significance of prenatal ultrasound diagnosis of fetal hemivertebra. METHODS In the study, 27 fetals with hemivertebras (proven by post-natal X-ray, CT or MR) were examined by prenatal ultrasound and MR in Women & Children's Hospital, Ningbo, Zhejiang. Two-dimensional and three-dimensional prenatal(More)
The ability of simultaneous phosphorus and nitrogen removal of sequencing batch membrane bioreactor run in anaerobic/oxic/ anoxic mode (AOA MBR) was examined under three aeration intensities [2.5, 3.75 and 5.0 m3 x (m2 x h)(-10]. The results showed that the averaged removals of COD were over 90% at different aeration intensities. And the higher aeration(More)
This study investigated the physical performances of mature aerobic granules in SBAR, including granular shape and structure, mean size and granular relative strength, and cell metabolic activities to excrete extracellular polymeric substances (EPS), and nitrification and microbial activity, which performed visible differences at superficial upflow velocity(More)
Further research was made on precoating reagents in dynamic membrane process, in which novel precoating reagent-polyvinyl alcohol microsphere (PVA-MS) was prepared through emulsive polymerization of PVA and glutaraldehyde (GA). Furthermore, polymerization mechanism and anti-fouling characteristics through adsorption of membrane major fouling substances EPS(More)
The performances of A/O-MBR/RO system for the removal of nitrogen and COD were investigated. Result indicated that most organic was removed in the A/O-MBR and the average removal efficiency was 95.6%. The water quality of RO effluent which in terms of TOC < 0.9 mg x L(-1), TN < 12.65 mg x L(-1), total rigidity < 0.038 mol x L(-1), total alkalinity < 14.6 mg(More)
A one-dimension aerobic granule mathematical model was established, basing on mathematical biofilm model and activated sludge model. The model was used to simulate simple aerobic granule process such as nutrients removal, granule diameter evolution, cycle performance as well as depth profiles of DO and biomass. The effluent NH4(+) -N concentration decreased(More)
The influence of activated sludge properties on membrane fouling was investigated using statistical method. The results show that extracelluler polymeric substances (EPS), soluble microbial products (SMP), suspended solids in the supernatant (SSs), dynamic viscosity (micro), relative hydrophobicity (RH) and Zeta potential all have a significant influence on(More)