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    Title: Ozonation of complex industrial park wastewater: effects on the change of wastewater characteristics
    Authors: Fanchiang,JM;Tseng,DH;Guo,GL;Chen,HJ
    Contributors: 環境工程研究所
    Keywords: MOLECULAR-SIZE DISTRIBUTIONS;DISSOLVED ORGANIC-MATTER;BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT;TEXTILE WASTEWATERS;PRE-OZONATION;ADVANCED OXIDATION;BIODEGRADABILITY;OZONE;COD;ELIMINATION
    Date: 2009
    Issue Date: 2010-06-29 18:20:52 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 中央大學
    Abstract: BACKGROUND: Ozonation of complex industrial park wastewater was carried out in a semi-batch reactor. The variation of wastewater characteristics was evaluated based on the analysis of 5-day biochemical oxygen demand (BOD5) concentration, BOD5/chemical oxygen demand (COD) ratio, COD fractionation, and dissolved organic carbon (DOC) molecular size distribution before and after ozonation. RESULTS: The experimental results indicated that low efficiency of COD removal with increasing tendency of BOD5 concentration generally appeared after ozonation. Also, the BOD5/COD ratio increased from an initial of 0.27 to a maximum of 0.38. The COD fractionation tests revealed that most of the inert soluble COD was transformed to biodegradable soluble COD at 30 min of reaction time. Additionally, the DOC molecular size distribution tests showed that the fraction larger than 500 kDa was significantly decreased and the fraction smaller than 2 kDa was increased when the reaction time was prolonged to 240 min. CONCLUSION: This study verified that partial oxidation of the complex industrial park wastewater by ozonation could enhance wastewater biodegradability. The biodegradability enhancement was primarily because the inert soluble COD fraction was converted to the biodegradable soluble COD and the high molecular weight fraction of DOC was shifted toward the low molecular weight fraction. (C) 2009 Society of Chemical Industry
    Relation: JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
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