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Page: 1. Upstream precipitation
Pdeficit should be avoid in the activation basin (otherwise e.g. bulking sludge rebwp8:Bulking sludge can occur). \\ \\ !UBT484PVorfÀllung.jpg border=1
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Page: 2 Chemical P removal
P is precipitated out as phosphate by adding Fe or Al salts. Disadvantages here are the costs for the precipitant and the salting of the water (more Cl, SO4\ in the outflow). Acidic precipitation salts (such as FeCl{}3) result in consumption of hardness and therefore reduced buffer capacity ...
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Page: 3 Biological P removal
an anaerobic rebwp8:Oxygen content zone (no dissolved O{}2, no NO{}3{}\) activated sludge is brought into contact with the waste water (contact time 13 h). Obligately aerobic rebwp8:Oxygen content micro\organisms rebwp8:Organisms in the waste ...
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Page: 4. Flocculation filtration
method very low Pconcentrations are possible. \\ \\ !UBT487PFlockungsfiltration.jpg border=1
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