1 edition of Top-feed vacuum filtration of waste-activated sludge found in the catalog.
Top-feed vacuum filtration of waste-activated sludge
1982 by U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory, Center for Environmental Research Information [distributor] in Cincinnati, OH .
Written in English
|Statement||Donald J. Carr ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Carr, Donald J, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
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McGraw-Hill Book Company, Inc., New York, (). thickening of primary and waste activated sludge Gravity thickening of primary sludge above Air flotation thickening of waste activated sludge above Anaerobic digestion of combined primary and waste activated sludge Dewatering of digested sludge on sandbeds Dewatering thickened raw sludges.
filtration operations' data 10 - 20 westgate plant performance westgate oxygen process results 10 - 25 results for thickening and vacuum filtration of westgate process sludge metro denver plant capacities 10 - 30 colorado springs sludge processing cost 11 -2 kalamazoo sludge processing costs Introduction to solid-liquid separation 19 Vacuum filters are available in a variety of types and are usually classified as either batch operated or continuous.
One important distinguishing feature is the position of the filtration area with respect to by: 7. Environmental Science & Engineering Magazine's June issue. Featuring a wide range of articles covering water, wastewater and environmental protection. Plus, a special section on storage tanks.
slide 1: Section 18 Liquid-Solid Operations and Equipment Donald A. Dahlstrom Ph.D. Research Professor Chemical and Fuels Engineering Department and Metallurgical Engineering Department University of Utah Member National Academy of Engineering American Institute of Chemical Engineers AIChE American Chem- ical Society.
The combined sludge had a solids content of 4% to 6%, which is slightly thinner than primary residue with raw organics only. Waste-activated sludge is a dark-brown, flocculent suspension of active microbial masses inoffensive when fresh, but it 5/5(1). Solid/Liquid Separation: Scale-up of Industrial Equipment It will be assumed that, for all applications, cake filtration will be the controlling mechanism.
The only exception to this will be the precoat rotary drum filter. This special case will be discussed later in the chapter. Therefore, the leaf assembly may be enclosed in a shell, as in pressure filtration, or simply immersed in sludge contained in an open tank, as in vacuum filtration.
In operating a pressure leaf filter, the sludge is fed under pressure from the bottom and equally distributed. Bibliography Fujisaki, K.
and Nagami, S., `Dissolved-gas flotation of waste activated sludge by use of carbon dioxide', Proceedings Volume I, World Filtration Congress 8, European Federation of Chemical Engineering Event No.
organised by The Filtration Society and Elsevier Science, The Brighton Centre, Brighton, UK, 3±7 April Dilute raw primary or waste activated sludge is fed into the thickening tank continuously.
Thickening tank is similar to a circular clarifier. Schematic of mechanical. Figure 42 Schematic of a mechanical thickener. 77 Flotation thickener. These are used normally with waste activated sludge. It will produce a sludge with approximately 4. Full text of "Monthly catalog of United States government publications" See other formats.
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