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EVSEL ATIKSUYUN ARDIŞIK KESİKLİ BİYOREAKTÖR İLE ARITILMASI: DENEYSEL VE MODELLEME

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In this study, sequencing batch reactor (SBR) treatment efficiencies were investigated in different reaction times for urban wastewater. Optimum reaction time was obtained and the most suitable reaction constant (k) was found according to experimental study by modelling of SBR. During this study, such as pH, suspended solids, conductivity, turbidity, colour, dissolved oxygen, BOD, COD, total phosphorus (TP) and total nitrogen (TN) parameters were measured to observe treatment efficiencies. As part of this study, treatment efficienies of SBR were observed for five different reaction times in a lab-scaled sequencing batch reactor. Optimum reaction time was obtained 1.5h and the most suitable reaction constant (k) according to experimental data and modelling was found 0.60 h-1 for urban wastewater treatment by SBR.
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Bu çalışmada, Ardışık Kesikli Reaktör (AKR) sistemi ile kentsel atıksuyun farklı reaksiyon sürelerinde (tr) arıtma verimleri incelenerek, kentsel atıksular için optimum reaksiyon süresinin ve deneysel verilere göre AKR’nin modellenerek deneysel çalışmaya en uygun reaksiyon sabitinin (k) bulunması amaçlanmıştır. Çalışmalar sırasında; sıcaklık, pH, Askıda Katı Madde (AKM), İletkenlik, Çözünmüş Oksijen (ÇO), Kimyasal Oksijen İhtiyacı (KOI), Biyokimyasal Oksijen İhtiyacı (BOI),Toplam Azot (TN), Toplam Fosfor (TP) gibi parametrelerin ölçümü yapılarak çalışma koşulları gözlemlenmiştir. Çalışma kapsamında laboratuar ölçekli bir AKR de beş farklı reaksiyon süresi için arıtma verimleri incelenerek, kentsel atıksular için optimum reaksiyon süresinin 1.5 saat, deneysel verilere en uygun reaksiyon sabitinin de 0,60 sa-1 olduğu görülmüştür.

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