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This reversal in relationship seems to occur in the temperature range of 14◦ C to 20◦ C. A very small variation in the value of KR occurs after 25◦ C. The interesting feature of this change in behavior created by the increase in microbial mass is that it altered both the pH and the temperature effects as far as KR is concerned. It should also be noticed that the shift in trend is much more pronounced at the highest MLVSS concentration. For a microbial mass of 3,200 mg/L the values of KR at 25◦ C and 33◦ C were far higher than those at 10◦ C to 17◦ C (54).
Boon and Burgess (23) compared the biosolids production in oxygen and air-activated sludge systems. They found that for similar biosolids retention time, the observed biosolids yield in the pure oxygen system was only 60% of that in the air system. Abbassi et al. 0 mg/L in a laboratory-scale conventional activated sludge reactor. In the current activated sludge theory, sludge age (θx ) is defined as the average time a unit of biomass remains in the treatment system. Much research has shown that θx is the most important operational parameter in the activated sludge process.
The figure reveals that there exists a critical value of the sludge age below which waste biodegradation does not occur. This critical value of θx is then defined as the minimum sludge age or minimum solid retention time (θx )min . The physical meaning of this parameter is that (θx )min reflects the retention time of sludge at which the biomass is washed out or wasted from the system faster than it can be reproduced (7). It seems from Fig. 4 that when washout occurs, the influent waste concentration (So ) should equal the waste concentration in effluent (S), hence the minimum sludge retention time (SRT) or sludge age can be calculated using Eq.
Advanced Biological Treatment Processes by Lawrence K. Wang