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|Title:||Biodegradation of high strength phenolic wastewater in a modified external loop inversed fluidized bed airlift bioreactor (EIFBAB)||Authors:||Aye, T.T.
|Keywords:||Batch and continuous operation
|Issue Date:||Dec-2003||Citation:||Aye, T.T.,Loh, K.-C. (2003-12). Biodegradation of high strength phenolic wastewater in a modified external loop inversed fluidized bed airlift bioreactor (EIFBAB). Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering 81 (6) : 1246-1250. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||An EIFBAB was modified with a mixed-tank reactor placed in series to extend the phenol treatability range. Phenol degradation at high concentrations was investigated at recycle rates from the mixed-tank reactor from 0 to 15 L/h under batch operation. With a total working volume of 10 L, the new setup could handle 3000 mg/L phenol at a comparable volumetric biodegradation rate of 9 mg/L-h at optimized operation of 5 L/h recycle rate, as the 11 mg/L-h in the original EIFBAB. While the original EIFBAB could not handle phenol concentrations exceeding 3000 mg/L continuous operation was ascertained in the modified EIFBAB for phenol degradation of up to 5000 mg/L phenol and feed flow rates up to 160 mL/h. The recoverability of the system under shock loading of phenol up to 5000 mg/L was also assessed.||Source Title:||Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/66472||ISSN:||00084034|
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