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Question 2 A complete mix activated sludge process is to be used for biological treatment. Assume...
Secondary Treatment Based on a plant flow rate of 40 mgd, design an activated sludge, secondary treatment system with recycle which maintains a MLVSS = 2,000 mg/L in the aeration reactor and has an average Solids Retention Time (SRT)-4 days. The biota kinetic constants are Kinetic Coefficients for the Activated-sludge Process for the Removal of Organic Matter from Domestic Wastewater Endogenous Decay Coefficient- k(d) 0.1 Half-velocity constant- K(s VSS/qVss-da 15 Mg/L bsCOD Max. Specific Substrate Utilization Rate-k 6 G bsCOD/gVSS-da...
A wastewater flow of 18,000 m3/day is to be treated in a completely mixed activated sludge system at a concentration of 3000 mg/L MLSS (mixed liquor suspended solids). The secondary clarifier is designed to thicken the sludge to 12,000 mg/L. Assuming a growth yield coefficient of 0.5 Kg/Kg, an influent BOD of 100 mg/L with a residence time of 8 days, determine the following: a) The volume of the reactor b) The mass of the solids and the wet volume...
2. A complete mix activated sludge process with recycle is being operated in the following conditions Unit Parameter Flow rate Influent BOD Value 12,500 mg/L 210 Efluent BOD HRT, λ SRT im hours days 0.50 Synthesis yieldVSS/gbCOD Cell debris yield, fa g VSS/g VSS Endogenous decay, ki nbVSS 0.13] g VSS/ g VSS.d 0.08 im 50 Temperature 10 Assume no nitrification occurs due to the SRT selected and low temperature. Find a) Oxygen requirement for the aeration tank, kg d...
A complete-mix activated sludge system is used to treat municipal wastewater after primary sedimentation at 20 °C with MLVSS concentration of 2000 g/m3. The discharge standard for soluble BOD, concentration in the effluent is 0.5 g/m. The characteristics of the primary influent are: flow Q -2000 m'/d, soluble BOD -200 g/m3, Using these data and the kinetic coefficients in following, determine 1. Theoretical solids retention time (SRT) in unit of days 2. Pk vss in unit of kg VSS/d 3....
(30 points) A completely mixed activated sludge system comprised of an aerated reactor and a secondary clarifier with sludge return is going to treat 15,000 m/d of industrial wastewater. The primary effluent going to the reactor has a BODs of 1,100 mg/L that must be reduced to 150 mg/L prior to discharge to a municipal sewer. The pilot study was conducted and generated the following results: 3. Mean cell residence time- 5 day, MLSS concentration in the reactor 7.200 mg/L...
Problem 2. An activated sludge unit is being designed to treat 375,000 gpd with an influent BOD of 250 mg/1. Parameters for the wastewater are: Y 0.6, m -2.0 days-1, kd0.15 days-1 and K, 40 mg/l. The recycle flow is 3750 gpd with a biomass concentration of 50 X, where X is the reactor biomass concentration. The waste sludge flow is 500 gpd. Calculate the mean cell residence time, e, and CSTR volume required for a 95% removal of influent...
For the following activated sludge process unit, find the correct SRT(hr) and F/M ratio, respectively, as: HRT: 1.5 hr Biological reactor Influent Secondary clarifier Effluent Q: 12000 m3/d X= 3500 mg/L BOD: 10 mg/L Setting BOD: 100 mg/L Derby matter XR=8000 mg/L Retum activated sludge Qw/Q=5% Surplus sludge
CIEG 328 HOMEWORK7 Homework 7 (Suspended growth) Due: 4/112019 Design an activated sludge biological treatment system for a typical medium-strength domestic wastewater with a design daily flow of 2.9 million gallons per day. Assume the plant effluent criteria are 10/10/1" This means that the plant must produce an effuent with average BODS and TSS concentrations of 10 mg/Leach year round, and an effluent ammonia concentration of 1 mg/L as N during the winter months. The layout of the plant will...
3. Determine the aeration tank volume (mgd), excess biomass in the waste sludge (kg/d), and the BOD f a completely mixed activated-sludge process by assuming the following: k 4.0 day r-0.55 lb vSS/1b BOD, K, 80 mg/l, ks-0.05 day', wastewater flow rate 2.5 mgd, soluble effluent BOD- 15 mgl, soluble influent BOD - 170 mgl, and MLVSS-2200 mg/l, and mean cell residence time -6 days. (15 pts) 3. Determine the aeration tank volume (mgd), excess biomass in the waste sludge...
Use the following data to size (volume in gallons) an activated sludge reactor basin (CFSTR with recycle and Monod) MLSS = 3500 mg/l MLVSS = 80% Yield Coeffiecient = 0.6 MLVSS BOD5 influent to the activated sludge basin = 230 mg/l BOD5 effluent to the activated sludge basin = 50 mg/l MCRT is 6 days Endogenous decay coefficient is 0.06d^-1 flow rate = 7 MGD