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Modeling and Simulation of Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in a Full-Scale Textile Dyeing Wastewater Treatment Plant
1Tianjin Key Laboratory of Water Quality Science and Technology,Tianjin Institute of Urban Construction, firstname.lastname@example.org
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3Tianjin Key Laboratory of Water Quality Science and Technology,Tianjin Institute of Urban Construction, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Citation Information: International Journal of Chemical Reactor Engineering. Volume 8, Issue 1, Pages –, ISSN (Online) 1542-6580, DOI: 10.2202/1542-6580.2109, February 2010
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A Modified Activated Sludge Model No.1 (M-ASM1), including six COD components (SI, SS, XI, XS, XH and SO) and three biochemical processes (aerobic growth of heterotrophs, aerobic decay of heterotrophs and hydrolysis of entrapped organics) is used to simulate the anaerobic hydrolysis-aeration- sedimentation treatment series in a full-scale textile dyeing wastewater treatment plant with an influent flowrate of 200,000 m3/d. M-ASM1 has the following characteristics: (1) the effect of temperature variation on biochemical reactions is included; (2) adding a parameter: ?. Using this parameter, the anaerobic hydrolysis tank and the aerobic initial compartments in which the dissolved oxygen concentrations are equal to "0 mg/L" can be differentiated; (3) the oxygen transfer coefficient KLa is excluded. Namely, as long as inputting the aeration flowrate, the pressure in the aeration pipe and other running data on air supply into this model, M-ASM1 can simulate the oxygen concentrations of each compartment in a plug-flow aeration tank.