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Lecture 5: Coagulation and Flocculation

consist of adding a floc-forming chemical reagent to a water to enmesh (catch) or combine with non-settleable colloidal solids and slow-settling suspended solids to produce a rapid-settling floc. Flocculation is a water treatment process following coagulation, which …

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Image Analysis of Floc Blanket Dynamics: Investigation of ...

Apr 04, 2014· Two important factors were found to impact blanket dynamics during the interval when the height of the floc-water interface was increasing: (1) thickening, and (2) mass transfer between the supernatant above the floc-water interface and the floc blanket. Floc blanket thickening during formation has been confirmed to occur at both variable and ...

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Flocculation and wastewater treatment | Cleanawater

Jul 31, 2019· Flocculation is a water treatment process where solids form larger clusters, or flocs, to be removed from water. This process can happen spontaneously, or with the help of chemical agents. It is a common method of stormwater treatment, wastewater treatment, and in the purification of drinking water. One of the requirements for treated water ...

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Horizontal Flow Flocculation Design Program - AguaClara ...

May 17, 2010· The number of floc spaces is determined using the following function which forces the number of spaces to be an odd integer: When calculating the spacing, L represents the length of the sed tank L.Sed and T represents the thickness of a baffle T.FlocBaffle. The minimum baffle spacing is 45 cm, which is the width that a human could walk through ...

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For thick mixtures, don't fill the mixing cup more than 1/3 full of epoxy before adding filler. When making epoxy fairing compounds, stir in as much 407 Low-Density Filler or 410 Microlight Filler as you can blend in smoothly—for easy sanding, the thicker the better. Be sure all of the filler is thoroughly blended before the mixture is applied.

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Flocculants and Coagulants | ChemTreat, Inc.

This sweep-floc precipitate readily adsorbs organic materials such as oil and grease. The precipitate generally dewaters to low moisture concentration, making this choice of coagulant particularly well-suited to unit operations that generate hazardous sludge, such as DGF and IGF units in oil refineries.

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LIQUID / SOLIDS SEPARATION IN WASTEWATER TREATMENT ...

Larger, More Stable Floc Less Pinfloc and Carryover Lower Flocculant Requirements Work Over Wide pH Range (2Work Over Wide pH Range (2- ---12)12) Do Not Change System pH Lower Caustic Requirements INORGANIC COAGULANTS ADVANTAGES OVER ORGANICS Inorganics Can Produce Very Low Turbidity Waters Because the Metal Hydroxides Can Sweep

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UNDERSTANDING POLYMER FOR THICKENING AND …

molecular weight are typically used for thickening and dewatering solids separation processes. Figure 3. A Depiction of a Floc Formed by a Cationic Polymer Chain Bridging the Solids Particles. Reprinted with permission from UGSI Chemical Feed Inc. • Applying polymer prior to a thickening or dewatering process is also called "conditioning".

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Activated Sludge Microbiology Problems And Solutions

•Pin floc (<50um) is known to occur at starvation conditions associated with very low F/M ratio •In these instances small dense flocs settle rapidly and leave behind a turbid supernatant •Chronic toxicity/stress is also a cause of pin floc •Pin flocs at high MLSS concentration can cause hindered settling

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Coagulation and Flocculation in Water and Wastewater ...

Material for this article was largely taken from reference 1. Coagulation and flocculation are essential processes in various disciplines. In potable water treatment, clarification of water using coagulating agents has been practiced from ancient times. As early as 2000 BC the Egyptians used almonds smeared around vessels to clarify river water.

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(PDF) Assessing floc strength using CFD to improve ...

Assessing floc strength using CFD to improve organics removal. Download. Related Papers. A review of floc strength and breakage. By John Gregory and Bruce Jefferson. Coagulation of bentonite suspension by polyelectrolytes or ferric chloride: Floc breakage and reformation. By Jean-yves Bottero.

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ATO FLOC 1011 Flocculant - Atomes Specialty Chemicals By ...

Atomes Specialty Chemicals By PROMEDIC. Search this site. Promedic - Atomes Division

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FLOCCULANT MIXING SYSTEMS | Bulk Handling Technologies ...

Flocculant Mixing and Feeding Design Dry Flocculant Storage The delivery method of dry flocculant, whether by 25kg bag, bulk bag, and flocculation tankers, determines the selection of the dry storage vessel, whether it is a small bin, bag breaker, or silo, respectively.

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CIVL 1101 - Introduction to Water Filtration

The single-medium filters are rarely used in wastewater or advanced wastewater treatment because of short filter runs. As a result of the large pore volume available for floc storage, the multimedia filters can be used in advanced or tertiary wastewater treatment and still have a …

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Lesson 8: Filamentous Bacteria

Filamentous bulking is caused by the proliferation of bacteria filaments that outcompete floc forming bacteria for food and occurs due to bad settling and thickening of the solids. Uncontrolled growth of filamentous bacteria influences the settling of activated sludge and has a SVI greater than 150 mL/g, where 100 mL/g is normal.

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The Ultimate UPFLOW SOLIDS CONTACT CLARIFIER

The steps of mixing, coagulation and floc conditioning are accomplished in 15-30 minutes, depending on the treatment employed and the temperature of the water. This period is referred to as the solids contact time, and the results obtained from this period are all-important for the proper ... after proper thickening in concentrators, or hoppers ...

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Gravity belt thickener and belt press combination ...

Since the floc is handled by the belt press immediately after it is handled by the gravity belt thickener, the floc remains intact and it is not necessary to add polymer a second time when the sludge is supplied to the belt press. Various features of the invention are set forth in the following claims.

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Activated Sludge Microbiology Problems and Their Control

Poor Floc Formation, Pin Floc and Dispersed Growth Problems Basic floc formation, required for activated sludge operation due to the use of gravity clarifiers, is due to a growth form of many species of natural bacteria. Floc-forming species share the characteristic of the formation of an extracellular polysaccharide ("slime") layer, also termed a

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(PDF) Floc size distribution in a membrane bioreactor and ...

Floc size distribution in a membrane bioreactor and consequences for membrane fouling July 1998 Colloids and Surfaces A Physicochemical and Engineering Aspects 138(2):403-411

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COAGULATION AND FLOCCULATION

Floc size continues to build with additional collisions and interaction with added inorganic polymers (coagulant) or organic polymers. Macroflocs are formed and high molecular weight polymers, called coagulant aids, may be added to help bridge, bind, and strengthen the floc, add weight, and increase settling rate. Once floc has reached it

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water treatment – sludge contact clarification - Degremont®

This type of clarification simultaneously applies the principles of solids contact flocculation (see flocculation with sludge contact) in combination with the hindered settling of flocculated particles (see different types of sedimentation).The water to be treated, having previously been coagulated, is put into contact with the pre-existing sludge: there is a far greater possibility that the ...

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Dewatering: Thickening, Filtering, CCD, Water Treatment ...

Adding floc. to the thickener underflow storage tank may be a bit dicey, although I did this once and things worked out of on the leaf filters). Floc. addition …

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Acid Mine Drainage Solutions for the Mineral Industry

Thickening/Clarification. Treated water flows to a thickener for sludge thickening and clarification of the water. The metal precipitates as sludge, and a portion of the sludge is recycled to the sludge densification tank. ... Polymer is added to the stream to aid in floc formation and the stream is subjected to high energy mixing either in an ...

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(PDF) THICKENER DESIGN, CONTROL AND DEVELOPMENT

The common thickener underpins the performance of most hydrometallurgical facilities. Thickeners are simple, reliable, effective and efficient-under the right …

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Visible Light absorbing Flock sheet - KoPro

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Difference Between Clarifier and Thickener

Dec 14, 2015· The Difference Between a Clarifier and a Thickener is subtle as they will visually look the same. Fundamentally, thickeners and clarifiers are both used to settle …

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PROBLEM OPERATOR SOLVERS ESSENTIALS

Denitrification, pin-floc, and algae are common process control issues. Denitrification, or sludge "popping," within the secondary clarifiers is a common issue for …

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Troubleshooting Activated Sludge Processes Introduction

A grayish slimy that is very thick is commonly caused by nutrient deficiencies. It is often noted with a slime bulking condition. Those deficiencies may be either nitrogen or phosphorus. The solution usually involves addition of the limiting nutrient, such as ammonia to provide nitrogen, or phosphoric acid to provide phosphorus.

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Flocculant Mixing Strength

Feb 05, 2016· Flocculant Mixing Strength. A Flocculant like the Dry polymer (Percol 156) is used throughout the process to flocculate fine particles and increase the solids …

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Flocculation and coagulation - floc forming and particle ...

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Clarifier Basics & State Point Analysis - YouTube

Download the State Point spreadsheet by clicking on this link:https://docs.google.com/uc?id=0BwTbFi_ZN3_nejVRZnJ6bTVRbzQ&export=download

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water treatment part 2 coagulation.ppt

Coagulation and flocculationconsist of adding a floc-forming chemical reagent to a water to enmesh or combine with nonsettleable colloidal solids and slow-settling suspended solids to produce a rapid-settling floc. The floc is subsequently removed in most cases by sedimentation. Flocculation is the slow stirring or gentle agitation to

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Sludge Thickening - an overview | ScienceDirect Topics

X.A Thickening. The primary objective of sludge thickening is to concentrate the solids, thus reducing the volume of sludge. Thickeners may increase the solids concentration by a factor of 2 to 5 and produce a clarified liquid effluent. Thickening is accomplished by either gravity or dissolved-air flotation.

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ATO FLOC 919 Flocculant - Atomes Specialty Chemicals By ...

ATO FLOC 919 is supplied in a free-flowing granular form. Principal Uses ATO FLOC 919 has been designed as a flocculant for a variety of municipal and industrial waste substrates. It has been proven especially effective for conditioning these substrates for solids sedimentation, thickening, and dewatering processes.

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Flocculants and Coagulants | ChemTreat, Inc.

This sweep-floc precipitate readily adsorbs organic materials such as oil and grease. The precipitate generally dewaters to low moisture concentration, making this …

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Sedimentation Processes | IWA Publishing

Sedimentation is one of several methods for application prior to filtration: other options include dissolved air flotation and some methods of filtration. Generically, such solids-liquid separation processes are sometimes referred to as clarification processes. There is a variety of methods for applying sedimentation and include: horizontal flow, radial flow, inclined plate,

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