Removal Properties of Nitrogen and Phosphorous in Eutrophic Water with Periphyton Attached by Artificial Substrate
Removal properties are researched and discussed of algae and nitrogen & phosphorus nutrients with periphyton by assembled substrate in lake-based eutrophic water body, including impacts on removal effects of several physical & chemical properties as water depth, water velocity, DO, temperature and PH. The results show that: the removal rate of NH4-N, other nitrogen nutrients, phosphorus nutrients and Chl-a were 96%, 40%, 80%, 65% respectively. With the growth of water velocity(from 0 to 200L/h ), the removal of Chl-a, TP, TDP increased to a certain extent（Chl-a: from 63.63% to 67.66%; TP:from 76.15% to 85.13%;TDP:from 80.10% to 88.44%）,and that of TN,TDN and NO3-N decreased to different extents（TN: from 45.19% to 31.97%; TDN: from 42.81% to 28.77%; NO3-N: from 38.11% to –5.26%）, but that of NH4-N and PO4-P altered little(NH4-N：from 96.80% to 95.94%；PO4-P：from 85.38% to 87.02%). It will provide reference for recovery and re-contribution of destroyed Eco-system, and a new thought for treatment in eutrophical lakes.
D. L. Li et al., "Removal Properties of Nitrogen and Phosphorous in Eutrophic Water with Periphyton Attached by Artificial Substrate", Advanced Materials Research, Vol. 340, pp. 480-486, 2012