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    Title: Investigation on the performance of hybrid anaerobic membrane bioreactors for fouling control and biogas production in palm oil mill effluent treatment
    Authors: Choon Aun Ng;Ling Yong Wong;Chai Huey Yee;Mohammed J. K. Bashir;Chii-Dong Ho;Humaira Nisar;Po Kim Lo
    Keywords: hybrid anaerobic membrane bioreactor (AnMBR);membrane fouling control;palm oilmill effluent (POME);polyethersulfone (PES) membrane;powdered activated carbon(PAC)
    Date: 2017-05-31
    Issue Date: 2017-12-13 02:11:22 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: Three different sizes of powdered activated carbon (PAC) were added in hybrid anaerobic membrane
    bioreactors (AnMBRs) and their performance was compared with a conventional AnMBR without PAC
    in treating palm oil mill effluent. Their working volume was 1 L each. From the result, AnMBRs with
    PAC performed better than the AnMBR without PAC. It was also found that adding a relatively smaller
    size of PAC (approximately 100 μm) enhanced the chemical oxygen demand removal efficiency to
    78.53± 0.66%, while the concentration of mixed liquor suspended solid and mixed liquor volatile
    suspended solid were 8,050 and 6,850 mg/L, respectively. The smaller size of PAC could also
    enhance the biofloc formation and biogas production. In addition, the smaller particle sizes of PAC
    incorporated into polyethersulfone membrane resulted in higher performance of membrane fouling
    control and produced better quality of effluent as compared to the membrane without the addition
    of PAC.
    Relation: Water Science & Technology 76(6), p.1389-1398
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chemical and Materials Engineering] Journal Article

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