Pengaruh Gradien Kecepatan (G) dan Dissolved Oxigen (DO) Terhadap Penyisihan COD Dan Amonia Dengan Simultaneous Nitrification Denitrification (SND) Pada Sistem Karbon Lumpur Aktif

Budiana, Mega Nora (2002) Pengaruh Gradien Kecepatan (G) dan Dissolved Oxigen (DO) Terhadap Penyisihan COD Dan Amonia Dengan Simultaneous Nitrification Denitrification (SND) Pada Sistem Karbon Lumpur Aktif. Project Report. Teknik Lingkungan, Semarang.

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system. Its aim is to coagulate suspended, colloidal and dissolved organic matters in the wastewater. Conventional activated sludge consists of aeration tank and sedimentation tank. Organic removal can be identified with COD (Chemical Oxygen Demand) values. Ammonia (NH3) can be removed in activated sludge process in 2 stages nitrification and denitrification. These stages are usually conducted in 2 separate tanks, aerobic tank for nitrification and anoxic/ anaerobic tank for denitrification. However, This experiment attempted to remove ammonia in 1 tank, with Simultaneous Nitrification Denitrification (SND). Application of Granular Active Carbon (GAC) as the attach media of microorganism, combined with suspended system of activated sludge, is expected to be able to remove ammonia better. It can be accomplished in extreme condition that is less than 2 mg/L of DO (Dissolved Oxigen) concentration. Mixing can affect the formation of flocs where nitrification-denitrification occurs. Therefore, variation of DO an Mixing Velocity Gradient (G) is used in this experiment. Nitrogen removal with GAC can remove COD and ammonia better than that without GAC (decrease less than 15%). The highest rate of ammonia removal which was 83.85 % was accomplished in G (40-70) /d and (1.5-2) of DO. The highest rate of COD removal which was 99.65 % was accomplished in G (10-40) /d and (2-2.5) of DO.

Item Type:Monograph (Project Report)
Subjects:H Social Sciences > HD Industries. Land use. Labor > HD61 Risk Management
T Technology > TD Environmental technology. Sanitary engineering
Divisions:Faculty of Engineering > Department of Environmental Engineering
Faculty of Engineering > Department of Environmental Engineering
ID Code:5152
Deposited By:Ms teknik lingkungan
Deposited On:22 Jan 2010 13:09
Last Modified:22 Jan 2010 13:09

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