The scope of this study includes mathematical modeling of a biochemical oxidation process and application of the kinetic model to a primary clarifier design problem. The model has been obtained by slightly modifying the conventional Monod model by introducing both the concept of parallel reactions and the notion of the masking effect of suspended solids. New parameters involved in the present model are estimated by using Nakanishi's experimental data and Y. Bard's nonlinear parameter estimation program. The activated sludge process including a primary clarifier is simulated by using the software package ASPOP (Activated Sludge Process Optimization Program) developed by L. T. Fan et al.
|Number of pages||11|
|Publication status||Published - 1973 Jan 1|
|Event||Unknown conference - |
Duration: 1973 Apr 1 → 1973 Apr 1
|Period||73-04-01 → 73-04-01|
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