Papers by Author: Ai Bin Kang

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Authors: Yan Juan Liu, Ming Zhu, Ya Wen Yang, Ai Bin Kang
Abstract: Taking high concentration livestock wastewater as research object, The results showed that the constructed rapid infiltration system operated at the largest hydraulic loading of 0.26m/d, and during the period of the flooding for ond day and drying for two days, the main efficiency of pollutants occurred in filter height of 0.65m, with the maximum removal efficiency of COD and ammonia nitrogen as 80%; TF and MLVSS also reached maximum.
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Authors: Ai Bin Kang, Ying Qiang Yao, Yu Long Dong
Abstract: The removal and mechanism of ammonia nitrogen and total nitrogen were studie through three-step series of constructed rapid infiltration system by using high ammonia nitrogen domestic sewage of students' living area in a university. The result shows that the removal rate of ammonia nitrogen is 94.47% by using this system, which is 3% higher than conventional rapid infiltration system.The effluent can meet the standard Ⅰ—A of “Discharge standard of pollutants for municipal wastewater treatment plant(GB 18918-2002)”. The amount of ammonium oxidizing bacteria, nitrate oxidizing bacteria, nitrite oxidizing bacteria in this system is higher than that in conventional rapid infiltration system. The correlation between the removal of ammonia nitrogen and ammonium oxidizing bacteria, nitrate oxidizing bacteria, nitrite oxidizing bacteria is significant. The removal rate of total nitrogen is 47.38% by using this system, which is 20.72% higher than that in conventional rapid infiltration system. However, the effluent still can not meet the standard Ⅰ—A of “Discharge standard of pollutants for municipal wastewater treatment plant (GB 18918-2002)”. The amount of denitrifying bacteria in the three-step subsystem increased significantly, which improves the removal of total nitrogen. The correlation between the removal of TN and denitrification bacteria is significant.
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