Accession Number : ADP000786
Title : Retention and Distribution of Biological Solids in Fixed-Bed Anaerobic Filters,
Corporate Author : DEFENSE COMMUNICATIONS AGENCY WASHINGTON DC WWMCCS ADP TELECOM CONFIGURATION MANAGEMENT OFFICE
Personal Author(s) : Dahab,Mohamed F. ; Young,James C.
Report Date : 1982
Pagination or Media Count : 15
Abstract : There is little doubt that the factors discussed above --excess biological solids accumulation, channeling, biological solids transport, suspended versus attached solids and media size, shape, porosity and pore size--all affect performance to some extent, and the interrelationship between these factors is expected to be quite complex. However, Young (2) and Dahab (7) succeeded in establishing reasonable agreement between measured COD removal performance and the performance simulated by use of a computerized model that integrated the effects of these factors with biological growth and substrate utilization kinetics. These modeling efforts, combined with measurements from laboratory-scale factors operating over a broad range of operating conditions, helped to establish a basis for developing criteria for selecting media and for sizing full-scale anaerobic filters.
Descriptors : *Waste water, *Waste treatment, *Water treatment, *Filters, *Beds(Process engineering), Solids, Anaerobic processes, Media, Plastics, Distribution
Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE