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Transient–state operation of an anoxic biotrickling filter for H2S removal. / Khanongnuch, Ramita; Di Capua, Francesco; Lakaniemi, Aino-Maija; Rene, Eldon R.; Lens, Piet.

In: Journal of Hazardous Materials, Vol. 377, 05.09.2019, p. 42-51.

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Khanongnuch, R, Di Capua, F, Lakaniemi, A-M, Rene, ER & Lens, P 2019, 'Transient–state operation of an anoxic biotrickling filter for H2S removal', Journal of Hazardous Materials, vol. 377, pp. 42-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2019.05.043

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Khanongnuch, R., Di Capua, F., Lakaniemi, A-M., Rene, E. R., & Lens, P. (2019). Transient–state operation of an anoxic biotrickling filter for H2S removal. Journal of Hazardous Materials, 377, 42-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2019.05.043

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Khanongnuch R, Di Capua F, Lakaniemi A-M, Rene ER, Lens P. Transient–state operation of an anoxic biotrickling filter for H2S removal. Journal of Hazardous Materials. 2019 Sep 5;377:42-51. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhazmat.2019.05.043

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Khanongnuch, Ramita ; Di Capua, Francesco ; Lakaniemi, Aino-Maija ; Rene, Eldon R. ; Lens, Piet. / Transient–state operation of an anoxic biotrickling filter for H2S removal. In: Journal of Hazardous Materials. 2019 ; Vol. 377. pp. 42-51.

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abstract = "The application of an anoxic biotrickling filter (BTF) for H2S removal from contaminated gas streams is a promising technology for simultaneous H2S and NO3− removal. Three transient–state conditions, i.e. different liquid flow rates, wet–dry bed operations and H2S shock loads, were applied to a laboratory–scale anoxic BTF. In addition, bioaugmentation of the BTF with a H2S removing–strain, Paracoccus MAL 1HM19, to enhance the biomass stability was investigated. Liquid flow rates (120, 60 and 30 L d−1) affected the pH and NO3− removal efficiency (RE) in the liquid phase. Wet–dry bed operations at 2–2 h and 24–24 h reduced the H2S elimination capacity (EC) by 60–80{\%}, while the operations at 1–1 h and 12–12 h had a lower effect on the BTF performance. When the BTF was subjected to H2S shock loads by instantly increasing the gas flow rate (from 60 to 200 L h−1) and H2S inlet concentration (from 112 (± 15) to 947 (± 151) ppmv), the BTF still showed a good H2S RE (>93{\%}, EC of 37.8 g S m–3 h–1). Bioaugmentation with Paracoccus MAL 1HM19 enhanced the oxidation of the accumulated S0 to sulfate in the anoxic BTF.",
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