OZONATION OF TRACE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS - MODEL PREDICTIONS VERSUS EXPERIMENTAL-DATA

1990-06-01
YURTERI, C
GUROL, MD
This paper is focused on the use of ozone for the elimination of manmade organic micropollutants from drinking waters and waste effluents requiring advanced treatment. A mathematical model was developed to simulate the physical transport and chemical oxidation phenomena prevailing during the process of ozonation. A packed column reactor was constructed in order to test the aptness of the process model. After determining the fluid-dynamic and mass transfer properties of the reactor, stock water solutions spiked with toluene were brought into contact with gaseous O2-O3 mixtures. Toluene removal efficiencies observed under different experimental conditions then were compared with the model predictions.

Citation Formats
C. YURTERI and M. GUROL, “OZONATION OF TRACE ORGANIC-COMPOUNDS - MODEL PREDICTIONS VERSUS EXPERIMENTAL-DATA,” OZONE-SCIENCE & ENGINEERING, vol. 12, no. 3, pp. 217–229, 1990, Accessed: 00, 2020. [Online]. Available: https://hdl.handle.net/11511/65145.