optimization of coagulation flocculation treatment of brewery

Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery

a local brewery industry. Experiments of coagulation/ flocculation and sedimentation were carried out using jar test equipment. A sequential 22 factorial design and two-factor Doehlert design were used to determine the optimum levels of pH and tannin concentration for turbidity and apparent color removals from the waste-water.

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Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery

Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery..|INIS Results 1 - 1 of 1 . Search took: 0.016 seconds DOI Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery Wastewater Employing Organic Flocculant Based of Vegetable Tannin

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Analysis and optimization of coagulation and flocculation

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The heterogeneous coagulation and flocculation of brewery

Treatment of surface water by coagulation/flocculation was investigated in this research using protein isolate of water melon seed known as Water Melon Coagulant (WMC) with the aim of...

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Optimization of the coagulation–flocculation treatment

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Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery

The brewing industry is an important sector in the world economy, and its production process generates a large amount of wastewater. It is essential the proper treatment of this wastewater and a significant amount of biomass may be recovered by coagulation/floccula

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Optimization of coagulation flocculation process with

A coagulation-flocculation process, based on aluminum sulfate, has been studied by using Response Surface Methodology (RSM), in order to establish the optimum parameters to achieve a maximum suspensions removal: Al dosage, initial turbidity and water pH.

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Modeling and optimization of coagulant dosage in water

Coag-flocculation process using inorganic coagulants like aluminum sulphate (alum) and ferric chloride has been well documented and the potentials of the use of natural organic derivatives like Detarium microcarpum seed powder (DMSP) and oyster dried shell powder (ODSP) has been established [1, 6].

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Optimization of coagulation–flocculation process in the

This work investigates coag-flocculation optimization treatment of alum-brewery effluent system via response surface methodology (RSM). To minimize suspended and dissolved particles (SDP), experiments were carried out using nephelometric jar test and 23-factorial design with three star-points, six-center-points and two replications.

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Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery

Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery..|INIS Results 1 - 1 of 1 . Search took: 0.016 seconds DOI Optimization of Coagulation/Flocculation Treatment of Brewery Wastewater Employing Organic Flocculant Based of Vegetable Tannin

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Optimal Evaluation of Coag-Flocculation Factors for Alum

A coagulation-flocculation process, based on aluminum sulfate, has been studied by using Response Surface Methodology (RSM), in order to establish the optimum parameters to achieve a maximum suspensions removal: Al dosage, initial turbidity and water pH.

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Optimization of coagulation–flocculation process in the

Inorganic coagulants dosages were varied from 100 to 1000 mg/L and the polymers dosage was 20 mg/L. Turbidity, chemical oxygen demand (COD), electrical conductivity (EC) and chloride of samples were investigated in optimum pH. Results: Both two coagulants had an optimum dose and pH of 1000 mg/L and 5 respectively.

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Optimal Evaluation of Coag-Flocculation Factors for Alum

This work investigates coag-flocculation optimization treatment of alum-brewery effluent system via response surface methodology (RSM). To minimize suspended and dissolved particles (SDP), experiments were carried out using nephelometric jar test and 23-factorial design with three star-points, six-center-points and two replications.

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Optimization of coagulation–flocculation process for pulp and

Optimization of the coagulation–flocculation process for the removal of natural organic matter fractions present in drinking water sources. Water Quality Research Journal of Canada, 51 (2), 153-166. Amran, A. H., Zaidi, N. S., Muda, K., and Loan, L. W. (2018). Effectiveness of natural coagulant in coagulation process: a review.

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