Assessment of factors affecting the efficiency of flocculation.

by H. Nadir Erbil

Publisher: University of Birmingham in Birmingham

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Thesis (Ph.D.) - University of Birmingham, Dept of Minerals Engineering.

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The flocculation of coal preparation plant tailings is an established technology, and the scientific basis of flocculation is well understood, Nevertheless, conditions specific to the preparation plant affect the efficiency of the process. The sedimentation rate obtained with flocculated tailings depends on the molecular size of the by: Assessment of factors affecting the efficiency of flocculation Author: Erbil, H.

Nadire Awarding Body: University of Birmingham Current Institution: University of Birmingham Date of Award: Availability of Full Text. The factors that affect the efficiency of harvesting microalgae by ultrasound and electro-flocculation methods is described in Table 2.

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The flocculation amplitude can be taken as a measure of floc size. The characteristic time of flocculation can be taken as a measure of flocculation fastness. Fines, the fiber fragments passing the mesh pores of sizes less than 76 µm [27], were used to determine flocculation.

Factors affecting the flocculation of bacteria by chemical additives. McGregor. Department of Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Search for more papers by this Assessment of factors affecting the efficiency of flocculation.

book. Finn. Department of Chemical Engineering, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York Efficiency of Coagulation and Flocculation Process« At the end of experiments, paired t-test analysis was used to determine the mean difference between the efficiency of removing contaminants under study by coagulation, flocculation process, and.

Resource Book. T H I C K E N I N G 2 assessment given to you by your supervisor. The increase in flocculation efficiency realised in high rate thickeners may increase in a bulk settling rate 2 to 10 times over that obtained in a conventional thickener, thus reducing the.

Design contact times for flocculation range from 15 or 20 minutes to an hour or more, and flocculation requires careful attention to the mixing velocity and amount of mix energy. To prevent floc from tearing apart or shearing, the mixing velocity and energy are usually tapered off as the size of floc increases.

is a platform for academics to share research papers. Study on the factors affecting coagulation and flocculation in treatment of industrial effluents I.G. Bantcheva Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Durban- Westville, South Africa Abstract The introduction of wastewater treatments increases the plant cost; therefor any attempt to improve their efficiency is valuable.

Factors affecting coagulation and flocculation Process: Wastewater from various sources need different coagulants, and working conditions for various types o. The factors affecting flocculation have been extensively studied and frequently reviewed (e.g.

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Various factors such as flocculant dose, end-over-end inversion of a cylinder, and soil-water properties (pH, NaCl, organic matter) were studied. Coagulation and Flocculation in Water and Wastewater Treatment provides a comprehensive account of coagulation and flocculation techniques and technologies in a single volume covering theoretical principles to practical applications.

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Viscosity–aging of polyacrylamide solutions was observed over a period of several months, but was insufficient to affect the flocculation activity. In this work, some process factors were found having significant effects on fines flocculation.

Increases in CF to PEO ratio at constant PEO enhanced the bridging bonds, causing increases in flocculation initial rate (efficiency), amplitude (floc size), and fastness (a decrease in characteristic time).

Further efforts should be made to improve flocculation efficiency of starch as flocculant to take place of complexes of polyacrylamide and Al 2 (SO 4) 2.

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Study on the factors affecting coagulation and flocculation in treatment of industrial effluents I.G. Bantcheva Department of Chemical Engineering, University of Durban- Westville, South Africa Abstract The introduction of wastewater treatments increases the plant cost; therefor any attempt to improve their efficiency is valuable.

polymer properties affect flocculation perform- ce. Therefore, a series of flocculation experi- nts under different conditions was evaluated for bet- ter polymer clarification efficiency. Various fac- tors such as flocculant dose, end-over-end in- version of a cylinder, and soil-water properties (pH, NaCl, organic matter) were studied.

The. Factors Affecting Flocculation Formation of flocs or flakes during flocculation is a complex process that depends on several factors. A few important factors are as follows: Physical (e.g., Turbulence) Chemical (e.g., Ionic concentration) Biological (Bacterial populations and extracellular polymeric material).

Uses of Flocculation. These projects have resulted in the development of a range of research tools and techniques to address flocculation and thickening issues. Laboratory and plant studies have focused on how key factors, such as mixing intensity, mixing duration and solids concentration, affect flocculation efficiency and, hence, thickener performance.

Several factors can affect yeast flocculation. The first factor is the genetic background of a strain. Flocculin proteins are encoded by members of the FLO group of genes [23,56]. The genetic background (nature effects) with regard to FLO genes varies greatly amongst various types of brewer’s yeast (ale or lager) and other strains.

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