A wastewater treatment bioreactor is designed to conduct the

A wastewater treatment bioreactor is designed to conduct the phosphorus removal by using organisms A… Show more A wastewater treatment bioreactor is designed to conduct the phosphorus removal by using organisms A and B. Given that with the following parameters: Heterotrophic synthesis yield, Y =0.40g VSS/ g COD Endogenous decay coefficient, Kd = 0.08 g VSS/g VSS day SRT = 5 days Phosphorus content of organism A: 0.30g P/g VSS Phosphorus content of organism B: 0.02 g P/g VSS Clarifier effluent VSS concentration = 8g/m 3 Wastewater characteristics: Influent COD = 300 g/m 3 Influent bCOD = 200 g/m 3 Influent bsCOD = 50 g/m 3 Phosphorus = 6.6 g/m 3 (i) Determine the phosphorus removal from both the organism A and organism B respectively (Given that all the influent bsCOD is consumed solely by organism A as it grows much faster than organism B in the bioreactor) (ii) Determine the total amount of biological phosphorus removed and the effluent phosphorus concentration. • Show less

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