The membrane-aerated biofilm reactor (MABR) is an emerging wastewater treatment process that can greatly decrease energy requirements for wastewater treatment. It is based on cassettes of air-supplying, hollow-fiber membranes that can retrofit existing activated sludge processes. In order to maximize MABR nitrification fluxes, a basic understanding and assessment of MABR behavior is needed. This thesis uses modeling and bench-scale tests to explore the range of potential nitrification fluxes and approaches to maximize fluxes.
Enhancing Nitrification Fluxes in Membrane-Aerated Biofilm Reactors (MABRs): Modeling and Experimental ApproachesMaster's Thesis
|Author||Lara Sisman Grotz|
|Contributor||Robert Nerenberg, Research Director|
|Degree Level||Master's Thesis|
|Degree Discipline||Civil and Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences|
|Record Visibility and Access||Public|
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