Papers by Author: Jian Hua Jin

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Authors: Xi Jin, Ying He Jiang, Jian Hua Jin
Abstract: Optimal selection of interception ratio of combined sewer systems is a problem of comparison in technical and economical aspects. Using the simulation result of SWMM, the relationship between pollutant removal efficiency and interception ratio can be quantified, so the technical index of interception ratio selection can be obtained. Regarding of pollutant removal efficiency and construction cost as functions of interception ratio, two objective functions of optimization model can be obtained. By solving this optimization model, the balance between technical and economical aspects can be realized at the result interception ratio. Tested by the case sewer system, an optimal result can be obtained by this optimization model and it’s solving methodology.
Authors: Jian Hua Jin, Li Gang He, Ying He Jiang
Abstract: In this paper, investigation and analysis on the operation of 3 combined wastewater treatment plants in sunny and rainy days in Wuhan city was made. The operations of lifting pumping stations in these plants were inspected. During sunny days, the processing units and equipments in these plants run in nearly full load and the load can only increase in a small quantity in rainy days. But the total waster water quantity in Wuhan in rainy days would reach to ten times more than wastewater quantity in sunny days. A large amount of untreated wastewater overflows from the channels to the bodies and causes heavy pollution to the water environment.
Authors: Wei Fei Huang, Ying Gang Shu, Lu Cai, Jian Hua Jin
Abstract: In the research, the dissolved oxygen, energy efficiency index, growth of aquatic worms and sludge reduction were determined and analyzed. The energy use of aeration and the growth of aquatic worms were investigated during the process of in-situ sludge reduction by aquatic worms. For the wastewater treatment system adding with adequate aquatic worms, the power consumption was not increased and the utilization rate of oxygen was improved. The growth of aquatic worms well fitted DoseResp function and the sludge production was reduced evidently. Results indicate that the wastewater treatment adding with aquatic worms utilizes aeration energy sufficiently and reduces sludge production effectively.
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