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Biological nitrogen removal from wastewater
Wiesmann, U. (1994). Biological nitrogen removal from wastewater, in: Fiechter, A. Biotechnics/wastewater. Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology, 51: pp. 113-154
In: Fiechter, A. (1994). Biotechnics/wastewater. Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology, 51. Springer Verlag: New York. ISBN 3-540-57319-4. 158 pp., more
In: Fiechter, A. (Ed.) Advances in Biochemical Engineering, Biotechnology. Springer: London; Heidelberg; Dordrecht; New York. ISSN 0724-6145, more
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    Marine; Brackish water; Fresh water

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  • Wiesmann, U.

Abstract
    A review of the research on the kinetics of nitrification and denitrification is presented including an explanation of reaction engineering models. The results of laboratory scale experiments with high rate nitrification processes are discussed using kinetics results for oxygen limitation as well as for substrate limitation and inhibition. It can be demonstrated that reaction engineering models are helpful for a better understanding of the processes and for the design of reactors. Pilot scale investigations from the last 15 years show remarkable advances in the increase in nitrification efficiency and in the stabilization of the process. The time is ripe for nitrogen removal from industrial effluents in full scale processes.

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