• assessment of polyacrylamide and aluminum sulphate coagulants

    Assessment of Polyacrylamide and Aluminum Sulphate Coagulants

    Turbidity adds an objectionable appearance to wastewaters. The present research investigates the application of a polymer (non-ionic polyacrylamide) and aluminum sulphate (AI2(SO4)3) in coagulation-flocculation to improve the quality of domestic wastewater. Results of the “jar test” conducted indicated that by adding 150 mg L of AI2(SO4)3 at a contact time of 20 min, turbidity of the

  • assessment of polyacrylamide and aluminum sulphate coagulants

    Assessment of Polyacrylamide and Aluminum Sulphate Coagulants

    Assessment of Polyacrylamide and Aluminum Sulphate Coagulants in Turbidity Removal in Wastewater Luke N. Ukiwe* • Jude I. Alinnor Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Technology, P.M.B 1526, Owerri, Nigeria Corresponding author: * luggil2002@yahoo.com ABSTRACT Turbidity adds an objectionable appearance to wastewaters.

  • aluminium sulphate flocculant anionic polyacrylamide

    aluminium sulphate flocculant anionic polyacrylamide

    Assessment of Polyacrylamide and Aluminum Sulphate Coagulants Improvement of coagulation-flocculation process using anionic . A physicochemical treatment (coagulation-flocculation) was applied to a slaughterhouse wastewater, using anionic polyacrylamide as coagulant aid to improve the settling velocity of the flocs formed with the coagulants

  • comparative assessment of performance of aluminium sulphate

    Comparative Assessment of Performance of Aluminium Sulphate

    Comparative Assessment of Performance of Aluminium Sulphate (Alum) and Ferrous Sulphate as Coagulants in Water Treatment January 2017 DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000233

  • interference of the polyacrylamide coagulant in the

    Interference of the polyacrylamide coagulant in the

    Here, we tested the influence of two coagulants, polymeric ferric sulfate and cationic polyacrylamide, on the three-dimensional fluorescence excitation–emission wavelength spectra of DOM during coagulation. Results of the parallel factor model reveal 3 fluorophore components C1–3.

  • (pdf) comparison of efficiency between poly‐aluminium

    (PDF) Comparison of Efficiency between Poly‐aluminium

    The efficiency of poly-aluminium chloride (PACl) and of aluminium sulphate (alum), two commonly applied coagulant agents, was studied comparatively in this work, during full-scale experiments in a

  • comparative assessment of performance of aluminium sulphate

    Comparative Assessment of Performance of Aluminium Sulphate

    Comparative Assessment of Performance of Aluminium Sulphate (Alum) and Ferrous Sulphate as Coagulants in Water Treatment January 2017 DOI: 10.4172/2329-6798.1000233

  • interference of the polyacrylamide coagulant in the

    Interference of the polyacrylamide coagulant in the

    Here, we tested the influence of two coagulants, polymeric ferric sulfate and cationic polyacrylamide, on the three-dimensional fluorescence excitation–emission wavelength spectra of DOM during coagulation. Results of the parallel factor model reveal 3 fluorophore components C1–3.

  • contribution of amide-based coagulant polyacrylamide as

    Contribution of amide-based coagulant polyacrylamide as

    Each source water was treated using aluminum sulfate octadecahydrate (alum salt, 10 mg/L as Al) alone, PAM alone, and alum salt together with a low or high PAM dose (i.e., 0.5 mg/L or 2.0 mg/L). Coagulation experiments was conducted in a jar test apparatus (ZR4-6, Zhongrun Water Industry Technology Development Co., Ltd, Shenzhen, China).

  • (pdf) comparison of efficiency between poly‐aluminium

    (PDF) Comparison of Efficiency between Poly‐aluminium

    The efficiency of poly-aluminium chloride (PACl) and of aluminium sulphate (alum), two commonly applied coagulant agents, was studied comparatively in this work, during full-scale experiments in a

  • statistical modeling and process optimization of coagulation

    STATISTICAL MODELING AND PROCESS OPTIMIZATION OF COAGULATION

    The study of coagulation–flocculation method was evaluated to treat municipal wastewater using aluminum sulphate and calcium hydroxide as coagulants, and polyacrylamide as flocculant by varying