Automatic control strategy for step feed anoxic/aerobic biological nitrogen removal process


ZHU Gui-bing , PENG Yong-zhen , WU Shu-yun , WANG Shu-ying

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Received April 08, 2004,Revised February 28, 2005, Accepted , Available online

Volume 17,2005,Pages 457-459

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Control of sludge age and mixed liquid suspended solids concentration in the activated sludge process is critical for ensuring effective wastewater treatment. A nonlinear dynamic model for a step-feed activated sludge process was developed in this study. The system is based on the control of the sludge age and mixed liquor suspended solids in the aerator of last stage by adjusting the sludge recycle and wastage flow rates respectively. The simulation results showed that the sludge age remained nearly constant at a value of 16 d in the variation of the influent characteristics. The mixed liquor suspended solids in the aerator of last stage were also maintained to a desired value of 2500 g/m3 by adjusting wastage flow rates.

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