Aerobic biological treathent of milk wastes.

Farooq, Shaukat


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Bural, Cavit Burak; Dilek, Filiz Bengü; Department of Environmental Engineering (2008)
In this study, aerobic biological treatment of opium alkaloid wastewater and the effect of gamma preirradiation and fenton’s oxidation were investigated. First, the biodegradability of alkaloid wastewater was investigated by batch reactors and wastewater was found to be highly biodegradable providing 83 90 % COD degradation. In order to evaluate the effect of irradiation, original wastewater and irradiated wastewaters (40 & 140 kGy) were compared by means of BOD5/COD values and through aerobic batch experi...
Aerobic Bacterial Degraders With Their Relative Pathways for Efficient Removal of Individual BTEX Compounds
Yavas, Alper; İçgen, Bülent (Wiley, 2018-11-01)
Benzene, toluene, ethylbenzene, and xylene (BTEX) compounds are of great environmental concern due to their toxicity and carcinogenicity. Bacterial removal of BTEX has proven to be highly efficient, cost-effective, and nondisruptive, provided that, efficient bacterial degraders are available. The objective of this study, therefore, is to discover aerobic bacterial degraders with their relative pathways that could be employed for the efficient removal of individual BTEX compounds. A total of 22 petroleum hyd...
Dehydration of tincal and borax in fluidized bed /
Kaynarca, Necmettin; Department of Chemical Engineering (1972)
Photofermentative hydrogen production from molasses in tubular photobioreactor with pH control
Oflaz, Fatma Betül; Koku, Harun; Department of Chemical Engineering (2019)
Biological hydrogen production has the potential to supply hydrogen from various wastes as feedstock and operation under ambient conditions. In order to obtain cost effective production, photobioreactors (PBRs) that can operate for long durations while utilizing waste are necessary. Two primary issues limiting the duration are decrease in pH and the non-optimal C/N ratio. The main aim of this study was to construct and operate a pH control system for a pilot scale photobioreactor (20 L) to achieve prolonged...
OZADALI, F; OZILGEN, M (Springer Science and Business Media LLC, 1988-09-01)
Fed-batch fermenters are generally operated with the addition of small doses of nutrients, therefore the volume of the fermentation broth increases with time. Batch fermenters generally contain and almost constant volume of broth and a logistic equation has been commonly employed to simulate microbial growth in them. Mass balances were determined with fed-batch fermentation to obtain expressions which account for the effect of volume increase and the subsequent dilution of the biomass. A growth rate express...
Citation Formats
S. Farooq, “Aerobic biological treathent of milk wastes.,” Middle East Technical University, 1972.