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Diẹ ninu Awọn aiyede nipa Ilana MBR

Time: 2020-07-06 deba: 112

Ṣe o loye imọ-ẹrọ MBR gaan? Ṣe o mọ pẹlu bi o ṣe le lo?

Ni awọn ọdun aipẹ, ilana MBR ti ni lilo pupọ nipasẹ awọn eniyan. Ilana MBR le ṣee lo ni ọpọlọpọ awọn ohun elo bii atunlo omi ti a gba pada, ilọsiwaju ti awọn iṣedede ayika, ati itọju pipinka ti omi apanirun. Gẹgẹbi gbogbo wa ṣe mọ, idi idi ti ilana MBR ni ọpọlọpọ awọn lilo ibigbogbo ni o kun nitori awọn anfani titayọ rẹ gẹgẹbi fifuye giga, ọjọ pẹtẹ pẹ, ṣiṣe giga ti pipade, ati ifẹsẹtẹ kekere.

 

Although people have a deeper understanding of the MBR process, there are often some misunderstandings in the application process. These misunderstandings will cause adverse effects on people's use of the MBR process.

 

This article will introduce you to the misunderstandings that often occur in the application of MBR process in sewage treatment.

 

Misunderstanding 1: The higher the flux design of the MBR membrane, the better.

 

Correct interpretation: The flux of the membrane is determined by the material and structure of the membrane. For a particular membrane processing unit, there is an upper limit on its porosity and flux. Filtration is essentially a physical process. Membrane materials must sacrifice throughput while reducing pore size. In addition, the use of membrane materials also needs to take into account its strength, long-term operation and other characteristics. All these factors lead to the flux should be a fixed value.

 

Therefore, for the application and design of membranes in wastewater treatment, it is best to refer to the recommended parameters of membrane manufacturers.



Ninu nkan ti nbọ, a yoo tẹsiwaju lati ṣafihan ọpọlọpọ awọn aiyede miiran ti ilana MBR.