Modeling of extracellular polymeric substances and soluble microbial products production in a submerged membrane bioreactor at various SRTs

Extracelluar polymeric substances (EPSs) and soluble microbial products (SMPs) produced by microbial cultures involved in membrane biofouling have been widely investigated. A mathematical model of EPS and SMP formation and degradation was established based on the activated sludge model no. 1 (ASM1) and was applied to the membrane bioreactor sludge with different sludge retention times (SRTs). The unified theory that the distinct products from the EPS and SMP overlapped each other was integrated into the ASM1. Two components, five processes and eight parameters were newly added to set up the model. To increase the accuracy of model simulation, microbial kinetic parameters were determined by respirometry method and applied to the model instead of microbial kinetic constant offered in ASM1. From the respirometry result, both of heterotroph and autotroph showed different yield value, growth rate and decay rate from activated sludge. There was no significant effect of SRT on SMP production and the experimental results showed good agreement with the predicted values by the model simulation. With the developed unified EPS and SMP model, EPS and SMP production could be simulated so well that it can be applied for the membrane biofouling control.
Publisher
I W A PUBLISHING
Issue Date
2006
Language
ENG
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Citation

WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, v.53, no.7, pp.209 - 216

ISSN
0273-1223
DOI
10.2166/wst.2006.330
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10203/7293
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CE-Journal Papers(저널논문)
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