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Determination of Active Biomass in Activated Sludge of Different STPs in India
Year:
2016
Authors :
Gaur, Rubia Zahid
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.
Lew, Beni
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Co-Authors:

Mohd. Asfar, S.Shakeel Afsar, Anwar Ali Khan, Abid Ali Khan, Basileios Diamantis, A.A.Kazmi

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1
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4
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Total pages:
4
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Abstract:

The fraction of active biomass in activated sludge process based sewage treatment plants (STPs) has been studied. This study especially focussed on the degradation of active biomass during sequential exposure of sludge to different aeration conditions. The different sludge fractions in terms of active biomass (quantified based on VSS measurement), were quantified. The relative amounts of active biomass did not changed when exposed to different aeration conditions in sequencial batch reactors (SBRs), which indicates that short SRT and starvation in the during settling did not promote the degradation of a specific sludge fraction.

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Active biomass
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sewage
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Language:
English
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Determination of Active Biomass in Activated Sludge of Different STPs in India

Mohd. Asfar, S.Shakeel Afsar, Anwar Ali Khan, Abid Ali Khan, Basileios Diamantis, A.A.Kazmi

Determination of Active Biomass in Activated Sludge of Different STPs in India

The fraction of active biomass in activated sludge process based sewage treatment plants (STPs) has been studied. This study especially focussed on the degradation of active biomass during sequential exposure of sludge to different aeration conditions. The different sludge fractions in terms of active biomass (quantified based on VSS measurement), were quantified. The relative amounts of active biomass did not changed when exposed to different aeration conditions in sequencial batch reactors (SBRs), which indicates that short SRT and starvation in the during settling did not promote the degradation of a specific sludge fraction.

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