Design of Sequencing Batch Reactors for Nitrification/Denitrification
Author: Michael Kuznetz
Sequencing Batch Reactors (SBRs) are used all over the world and have been around since the 1920s. With their growing popularity in Europe and China as well as the United States, they are being used successfully to treat both municipal and industrial wastewaters, particularly in areas characterized by low or varying flow patterns. Improvements in equipment and technology, especially in aeration devices and computer control systems, have made SBRs a viable choice over the conventional activated sludge system.
The course presents the principles of wastewater treatment using SBRs and introduces the author’s BOD and ammonia treatment design approach for SBRs. It also summarizes the design requirements of several state and Federal agencies related to the use of SBRs.
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This course is intended to provide you with the following specific knowledge and skills:
- SBR design requirements
- SBR design principles
- Author’s SBR design approach
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