Description Spalart — Allmaras A single transport equation model solving directly for a modified turbulent viscosity.
The purpose of this tank is to trap remnants of free oil and permit solids to settle out. Solids settled here should be removed on a regular basis in order that working levels be maintained.
Regular checks should be made and any trace of oil here must be removed. Acidification ponds There are 2 ponds and these are operated in parallel. The acidification stage is a very rapid process converting the organic components of the waste water into volatile fatty acids vfa and depresses the pH of the system.
However recycling of the anaerobic liquor is done here for buffering i. Obtaining the desirable pH level Cooling to obtain the desired temperature Seeding i. Destruction efficiencies are high here wherein from a high B.
Temperature at Anaerobic 2 outlet is approx. Anaerobic Maturation Pond This is a final step of the methanogenic anaerobic stage where further reduction of BOD is made possible.
Facultative Ponds The use of anaerobic digestion alone would not be sufficient to meet the standards stipulated by DOE hence further treatment of effluent is necessary in the facultative.
These facultative ponds are for quiescent aerobic respiration of the aerobically treated waste water. These 3 ponds are in series and in these ponds sufficient oxygenation to the waste water is introduced.
The effluents after sedimentation in these ponds are allowed to discharge into the water course, with BOD levels below ppm as required by the Dept.
Vfa less than De-sludging of the ponds The ponding system is operated at low rate with organic loading ranging from 0. Because of the size and configuration of the ponds mixing is hardly adequate.
Also the rising biogas will bring along with them fine suspend solids and therefore it is common to find islands of solids floating in the anaerobic pond. This often results in dead spots which will lead to short circuiting in the ponds.
Undoubtedly it is very labor intensive to maintain the ponds in satisfactory condition at all times. It is also imperative to ensure that as little oil as possible be allowed into the ponds as the oil will agglomerate with the rising solids brought up by the biogas and from a scum which is difficult to remove.
Due to the inadequate mixing by biogas, solids build up at the bottom of the ponds, especially the anaerobic ones. Excessive solids built up at the bottom of the ponds will reduce the effective design capacity and consequently shorten the hydraulic retention time.
This will adversely affect the treatment efficiency of the system. In view of the above regular desludging of the ponds is a must.
A de-sludging pond is made available for this purpose. Solids from the ponds are pumped using submersible pumps into this desludging pond and water liquid recycled while solids are left to dry out and subsequently removed.
Also when excessive trace of oil is sighted, immediate measures must be taken to trace and arrest the source of this excessive oil loss. Pumps in this area must be checked to be in good operating condition. Any faults or malfunction noticed must be reported for immediate repair.
Buffering Ponds Ensure that recycling of anaerobic liquor is carried out as per instruction. Ensure free flow into and out of the ponds. Anaerobic ponds Monitor visually ponds bacteria for any signs of fouling. Solids removal should be carried on a regular basis.
Ensure that in flow and outlet discharge is proper and feed to downstream ponds is regulated as required. Facultative ponds Regulate final discharge as necessary. Ensure solids recycling where necessary.
Desludging ponds Ensure that pumping of solids into the pond is monitored. Ensure that excessive liquid is recycled to the anaerobic ponds. This purifies the wastewater before it is discharged to the environment.
The process is managed in a fill and draw, or batch fashion. This process allows for exceptional flexibility and controls which results in a highly treated effluent that will not harm the environment when it is discharged.
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