Modeling of Anaerobic Digestion and Sludge Liquor Treatment Processes
Anaerobic digestion is – especially for larger plants – a well established strategy for both residual solids reduction and green energy recovery. Beside gaseous products like methane and CO2 soluble nutrients are released from the digestion process and need to be addressed in terms of either a return load to the main liquid treatment or a separate sidestream process. This paper deals with model approaches describing nutrients release mechanisms depending on sludge characteristics. In a second section modeling of deammonification of high-strength ammonia liquors and its interaction with phosphorus removal are discussed.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 January 2010
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