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Dissertation > Environmental science, safety science > Processing and comprehensive utilization of waste > Chemical industry,waste disposal and comprehensive utilization > Pharmaceutical industry

Study on the Pretreatment of Azithromycin Wastewater by Combined Coagulation-Fenton-like Oxidation Process

Author QinYanMin
Tutor YangWenLing
School Hebei University of Science and Technology
Course Chemical processes
Keywords Azithromycin wastewater Class Fenton oxidation Coagulation By Fe Activated Carbon COD removal efficiency
CLC X787
Type Master's thesis
Year 2012
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The Azithromycin wastewater with high COD , BOD containing inhibitory substances with biological toxicity characteristics , is a refractory organic wastewater using conventional biological or physico-chemical method is difficult to meet the processing on the technical and economic requirements , dealing with such high concentrations of wastewater has become a problem to be solved at this stage at home and abroad in the field of environmental protection technology . Fenton oxidation process Pretreatment of azithromycin wastewater by coagulation process research and evaluation of treatment as the COD removal efficiency indicators . Emphasis on the type of coagulant in the coagulation process , the dosage , the the coagulating solution of pH value , settling time and mixing time ; class Fenton catalytic oxidation process , H2O2 dosage atmospheric pressure , catalyst and H2O2 the influence of the ratio of the amount , pH value , reaction temperature and reaction time of the main factors on azithromycin wastewater treatment . In this study, by screening using polyaluminum chloride (PAC) as coagulant coagulation treatment , the use of orthogonal experiment method to identify the optimal experimental conditions for wastewater treatment azithromycin : pH = 3 , polyaluminum chloride (PAC) voted plus wastewater 0.45mL/200mL ( 9%) of the PAC mass fraction , stirring time 20 min settling time 30 min, COD highest removal rate of 46.48% . Class Fenton oxidation treatment of wastewater after coagulation orthogonal experiment : 1 ) in the ambient temperature and pressure , the various factors that affect the oxidation treatment effect of primary and secondary order is : H202 greatest impact on the amount of reaction , followed by pH value , the carrier iron activated carbon ratio of H2O2 dosage , reaction time and temperature . 2) oxidation process optimum conditions : catalyst ( contains the iron activated carbon ) quality with 30% H2O2 volume ratio of 6:1 , the pH value of 2,30 % H2O2 dosage 2.5mL reaction time of 60 min . . 3) under optimum conditions , the oxidation process , the average COD removal efficiency of 71.90% . 4 ) Coagulation Oxidation two steps COD removal rate could reach 84.82% . In this paper, the experimental data and contrast , the conclusions can provide reference for further study of azithromycin wastewater treatment .

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