Tianlong Zheng

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Global industrialization is accelerated under the driving force of developing countries’ rapid economic development. Water pollution is inevitably worsened due to lagging investment in basic treatment infrastructure. Wastewater treatment cannot rely on just one treatment technique, so research in this field has attracted much attention to satisfy stringent(More)
This work investigated microbubble-ozonation for the treatment of a refractory wet-spun acrylic fiber wastewater in comparison to macrobubble-ozonation. CODcr, NH3-N, and UV254 of the wastewater were removed by 42%, 21%, and 42%, respectively in the microbubble-ozonation, being 25%, 9%, and 35% higher than the removal rates achieved by macrobubble-ozonation(More)
A three-dimensional electrochemical oxidation (3D-EC) reactor with introduction of activated carbon (AC) as particle micro-electrodes was applied for the advanced treatment of secondary wastewater effluent of a wet-spun acrylic fiber manufacturing plant. Under the optimized conditions (current density of 500A/m2, circulation rate of 5mL/min, AC dosage of(More)
With great versatile characteristics, micro/nano-bubble related research have attracted much attention due to their extensive applications in the last half century. Researchers not merely focus on their physi-chemical properties, but also aim at their well-controlled generation methods and potential adhibition field. It can be expected that the future(More)
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