Ozone dosage in most water treatment plants is operated by determining the ozone concentration with the experience of the operation. In this case, it is not economical. This study selected the factors affecting residual ozone concentration and attempted to estimate the optimum amount of hydrogen peroxide dosage for the control of the residual ozone concentration by developing a model for the prediction of the residual ozone concentration. The prediction formulas developed in this study can quickly respond to the environment of water quality and surrounding environmental factors, which change in real time, so it is judged that they could be used for the operation of the optimum ozone process, and the control of ozone dosage could be used as a new method in controlling the concentration of ozone dosage and the concentration of residual ozone.
A study on prediction method for ozone dosage and residual ozone concentration in advanced ozone water treatment
J. S. Hyung, K. B. Kim, M. C. Kim, I. S. Lee, J. Y. Koo; A study on prediction method for ozone dosage and residual ozone concentration in advanced ozone water treatment. Water Practice and Technology 1 March 2017; 12 (1): 87–96. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wpt.2017.014
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