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    Performance of horizontal sub-surface flow constructed wetlands with different flow patterns using dual media for low-strength municipal wastewater: a case of pilot scale experiment in a tropical...

    PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE HORIZONTAL SUBSURFACE

    PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF THE HORIZONTAL SUBSURFACE FLOW CONSTRUCTED WETLAND UNDER DIFFERENT HYDRAULIC LOADING RATES FOR RURAL DOMESTIC WASTEWATER TREATMENT The performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HFCW) for rural domestic sewage treatment has been evaluated. The system was built as a tertiary

    Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow

    01-02-2020· CWs are classified into two types based on the flow direction: horizontal subsurface flow (HSSF) and vertical subsurface flow (VSSF). The HSSF-CW is the most common of these. The main mechanisms involved in the removal of pollutants in any CWs include sedimentation, filtration, adsorption, absorption, oxidation-reduction, and plant uptake [ 1,2 ].

    Performance Evaluation of Horizontal Subsurface Flow

    A pilot scale study was undertaken in Juja (Kenya) to assess the performance of horizontal subsurface flow–constructed wetlands (HSSF-CWs) under tropical conditions. Primary domestic wastewater effluent was continuously fed into three replicate wetland cells, each with an area of 22.5 m 2 (7.5 × 3 m) and with gravel as substrate.

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed

    A horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSSFCW) was employed to remove tannins from the effluent of a tannins extracting company. Two HSSFCW cells with hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 9 d and packed with limestone were used.

    Performance evaluation of horizontal subsurface flow

    Performance evaluation of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands in the treatment of UASB reactor effluent, based on four years of monitoring By Jocilene Ferreira Costa (5186639), André Oliveira De Paoli (5186642), Marcos Von Sperling (5186648) and Martin Seidl (5186645)

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands for treating irregular wastewater flows in a tropical climate: Case study Ethiopia: Haddis, Alemayehu: Amazon.nl

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed

    In order to evaluate the effects of constructed wetland treating oily wastewater, wastewater treatment was monitored during five months. The results showed that when the influent flux was 1.2m3/d, the mean removal rates of COD, TN, NH4+-N and mineral oil in the horizontal flow constructed wetland were 54.27%, 53.47%,54.84% and 50.19%, respectively.

    Performance of Experimental Horizontal Subsurface Flow

    Performance of Experimental Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetlands Fed with Dissolved or Particulate Organic Matter December 2006 Water Research 40(19):3603-11

    Wastewater treatment performances of horizontal and

    Wastewater treatment performances of horizontal and vertical subsurface flow constructed wetland systems in tropical climate Suwasa Kantawanichkul* and Suparurk Wannasri Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Mueang, Chiang Mai, 50200 Thailand. Received 10 July 2012; Accepted 15 June 2013 Abstract

    Performance Evaluation of the Horizontal Subsurface

    In this study, the performance treatment of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSFCW) was evaluated. The HSFCW built as a tertiary treatment process after the biological reactors to improve the effluent quality. The HSFCW system was operated with different hydraulic loading rates (HLRs) ranged from 0.15 to 0.333 m3/ (m2.d) to assess their influence on removal efficiency.

    Performance Evaluation of Horizontal Subsurface Flow

    A pilot scale study was undertaken in Juja (Kenya) to assess the performance of horizontal subsurface flow–constructed wetlands (HSSF-CWs) under tropical conditions. Primary domestic wastewater effluent was continuously fed into three replicate wetland cells, each with an area of 22.5 m 2 (7.5 × 3 m) and with gravel as substrate.

    Performance of experimental horizontal subsurface

    01-11-2006· Horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands (SSF CWs) are low-cost treatment systems in which wastewater flows slowly across the gravel and the roots and rhizomes of the emergent planted vegetation. The removal of contaminants occurs as a result of complex physical, chemical and microbial interactions (Kadlec and Knight, 1996).

    Performance evaluation of different horizontal

    01-02-2013· Performance evaluation of different horizontal subsurface flow wetland types by characterization of flow behavior, mass removal and depth-dependent contaminant load. Author links open overlay panel Eva M. Seeger a Uli Maier b Peter Grathwohl b Peter Kuschk a

    Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow

    This work presents a new hybrid technology for treating wastewater along with electricity generation. The main objective of this work was to integrate a microbial fuel cell (MFC) into a horizontal subsurface constructed wetland (HSSF-CW-MFC) at a pilot scale for improving the wastewater treatment performance of HSSF-CW.

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed

    A horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSSFCW) was employed to remove tannins from the effluent of a tannins extracting company. Two HSSFCW cells with hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 9 d and packed with limestone were used.

    Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow

    01-10-2016· Three horizontal subsurface-flow Constructed Wetlands (two planted, one unplanted) were fed with contaminated groundwater containing methyl tert-butyl ether (MTBE), benzene and ammonia. In two of the beds, a solution of phenol and m -cresol (15 and 2 mg/L or 314.5 and 45.5 mg/m 2 /d, respectively) was injected to the groundwater inflow.

    From start-up to heavy clogging: performance evaluation

    The objective of this work is to evaluate the performance of two horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands, one planted with cattail (Typha latifolia) and the other unplanted. The distinguishing feature of this study is that it spans a period of more than 10 years, from start-up to a final operation with heavy clogging and full overland flow.

    Clogging development and hydraulic performance of the

    The horizontal subsurface constructed wetland (HSSF CW) is a highly effective technique for stormwater treatment. However, progressive clogging in HSSF CW is a widespread operational problem. The aim of this study was to understand the clogging development of HSSF CWs during stormwater treatment and to assess the influence of microorganisms and vegetation on the clogging.

    Evaluation practice and performance efficiency of

    Introduction: In East Africa, constructed wetlands are rarely investigated by different scholars to test its performance in treating wastewaters at pilot scale levels. Horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland is researched for its performance, but information’s are existed in a scattered way which is unable to get complied data about its efficiency for future implementation.

    Performance of experimental horizontal subsurface flow

    In this study, the effect of the influent type of organic matter (dissolved or particulate) on the efficiency of two experimental horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands (SSF CWs) was investigated. The SSF CWs' surface area was 0.54 m(2) and the water depth was 0.3m. They were monitored for

    Performance Evaluation of the Horizontal Subsurface

    In this study, the performance treatment of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSFCW) was evaluated. The HSFCW built as a tertiary treatment process after the biological reactors to improve the effluent quality. The HSFCW system was operated with different hydraulic loading rates (HLRs) ranged from 0.15 to 0.333 m3/ (m2.d) to assess their influence on removal efficiency.

    Performance Evaluation of Horizontal Subsurface Flow

    A pilot scale study was undertaken in Juja (Kenya) to assess the performance of horizontal subsurface flow–constructed wetlands (HSSF-CWs) under tropical conditions. Primary domestic wastewater effluent was continuously fed into three replicate wetland cells, each with an area of 22.5 m 2 (7.5 × 3 m) and with gravel as substrate.

    Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow

    10-01-2021· This work presents a new hybrid technology for treating wastewater along with electricity generation. The main objective of this work was to integrate a microbial fuel cell (MFC) into a horizontal subsurface constructed wetland (HSSF-CW-MFC) at a pilot scale for improving the wastewater treatment performance of HSSF-CW. The HSSF-CW-MFC was tested on three different organic

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed

    In order to evaluate the effects of constructed wetland treating oily wastewater, wastewater treatment was monitored during five months. The results showed that when the influent flux was 1.2m3/d, the mean removal rates of COD, TN, NH4+-N and mineral oil in the horizontal flow constructed wetland were 54.27%, 53.47%,54.84% and 50.19%, respectively.

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed

    A horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSSFCW) was employed to remove tannins from the effluent of a tannins extracting company. Two HSSFCW cells with hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 9 d and packed with limestone were used.

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetland of Application of Oily Wastewater Yang, Xu; Zhang, Xue Ping; Wang, Ji Fu; Wang, Bao Jian; Guo, Xin Qi; Abstract

    Wastewater treatment performances of horizontal and

    Wastewater treatment performances of horizontal and vertical subsurface flow constructed wetland systems in tropical climate Suwasa Kantawanichkul* and Suparurk Wannasri Department of Environmental Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Chiang Mai University, Mueang, Chiang Mai, 50200 Thailand. Received 10 July 2012; Accepted 15 June 2013 Abstract

    Evaluation practice and performance efficiency of

    Introduction: In East Africa, constructed wetlands are rarely investigated by different scholars to test its performance in treating wastewaters at pilot scale levels. Horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland is researched for its performance, but information’s are existed in a scattered way which is unable to get complied data about its efficiency for future implementation.

    Simulation of the Hydraulics and Treatment Performance

    02-03-2018· This study considers horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands (HSFCWs) which introduces the mechanistic, dynamic compartmental model-Constructed Wetlands 2D (CW2D). The model has successfully been utilized to evaluate the performance of vertical flow constructed wetlands and is being tested on HFCWs.

    Performance Evaluation of the Horizontal Subsurface

    In this study, the performance treatment of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSFCW) was evaluated. The HSFCW built as a tertiary treatment process after the biological reactors to improve the effluent quality. The HSFCW system was operated with different hydraulic loading rates (HLRs) ranged from 0.15 to 0.333 m3/ (m2.d) to assess their influence on removal efficiency.

    Performance Evaluation of Horizontal Subsurface Flow

    A pilot scale study was undertaken in Juja (Kenya) to assess the performance of horizontal subsurface flow–constructed wetlands (HSSF-CWs) under tropical conditions. Primary domestic wastewater effluent was continuously fed into three replicate wetland cells, each with an area of 22.5 m 2 (7.5 × 3 m) and with gravel as substrate.

    eCite Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface

    This work presents a new hybrid technology for treating wastewater along with electricity generation. The main objective of this work was to integrate a microbial fuel cell (MFC) into a horizontal subsurface constructed wetland (HSSF-CW-MFC) at a pilot scale for improving the wastewater treatment performance of HSSF-CW. The HSSF-CW-MFC was tested on three different organic loading rates:

    Performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed

    A horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland (HSSFCW) was employed to remove tannins from the effluent of a tannins extracting company. Two HSSFCW cells with hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 9 d and packed with limestone were used.

    Study on the Performance of Horizontal Subsurface-flow

    [Objective] To obtain the optimum operating parameters of the horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands.[Methods] This research studied the treatment effect of the horizontal subsurface-flow constructed wetlands in different conditions on low-concentration sewage in the North,investigated the relationship between the removal rate of CODCr,NH4+-N,TN and TP and the temperature,hydraulic

    Performance of pilot-scale horizontal subsurface flow

    This work presents a new hybrid technology for treating wastewater along with electricity generation. The main objective of this work was to integrate a microbial fuel cell (MFC) into a horizontal subsurface constructed wetland (HSSF-CW-MFC) at a pilot scale for improving the wastewater treatment performance of HSSF-CW.

    Performance of experimental horizontal subsurface-flow

    (2015). Performance of experimental horizontal subsurface-flow-constructed wetlands treating river water: effect of substrate, configuration, hydraulic retention time, temperature and external carbon source. Desalination and Water Treatment: Vol. 56, No. 9, pp. 2395-2401.

    Effluent quality performance of horizontal subsurface

    Effluent quality performance of horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetlands using natural zeolite (escott)

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed

    Performance of Horizontal Subsurface Flow Constructed Wetland of Application of Oily Wastewater Yang, Xu; Zhang, Xue Ping; Wang, Ji Fu; Wang, Bao Jian; Guo, Xin Qi; Abstract

    Evaluation practice and performance efficiency of

    Introduction: In East Africa, constructed wetlands are rarely investigated by different scholars to test its performance in treating wastewaters at pilot scale levels. Horizontal subsurface flow constructed wetland is researched for its performance, but information’s are existed in a scattered way which is unable to get complied data about its efficiency for future implementation.

 

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