Three lab-scale UASB reactors operated at 35°C in an intermittent mode were subject to different step shocks: hydraulic, organic and feed fat content. The results show that the reactors have good resistance to the applied shocks and suggest that a feedless period is beneficial to the performance of the reactors, due to stabilisation of accumulated organic matter.
Effects of organic, hydraulic and fat shocks on the performance of UASB reactors with intermittent operation
H. Nadais, I. Capela, L. Arroja, A. Duarte; Effects of organic, hydraulic and fat shocks on the performance of UASB reactors with intermittent operation. Water Sci Technol 1 August 2001; 44 (4): 49–56. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2001.0175
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