Impact of hydrogen peroxide oxygen transfer tests on the performance of the biological nutrient removal process.

@article{Mahendraker2002ImpactOH,
  title={Impact of hydrogen peroxide oxygen transfer tests on the performance of the biological nutrient removal process.},
  author={Venkatram Mahendraker and Donald S. Mavinic and Barry Rabinowitz},
  journal={Environmental technology},
  year={2002},
  volume={23 2},
  pages={149-62}
}
Knowledge of in-process oxygen transfer is essential to the optimum design and operation of aeration systems in activated sludge processes. In this study, non-steady state H2O2 oxygen transfer tests were performed in a laboratory scale, University of Cape Town configuration biological nutrient removal process (BNR) to measure the in-process oxygen transfer rates. Given the small quantity (about 1 ml @30% concentration) of H2O2 used in the aerobic reactor with a mixed liquor volume of 161 (total… CONTINUE READING