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Moradi Pasand L, Ayati B. Study of reactive blue 171 dye degradation in hybrid system of UV/H2O2 & SBAR. ijhe 2013; 6 (3) :393-406
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1- Civil and Engineering Faculty, Environmental Engineering Division, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran-Iran
2- Civil and Engineering Faculty, Environmental Engineering Division, Tarbiat Modares University, Tehran-Iran , niayati_b@modares.ac.ir
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Background and Aim: In this study, the removal of dye blue reactive-171 by combination of advanced oxidation processes UV/H2O2 and SBAR has been investigated. Methods: The efficiency of chemical and biological system was first investigated separately. In chemical system, the kind, power, initial dye concentration and hydrogen parasitize and in biological system, hydraulic detention time, aeration rate, initial dye concentration and the percent removal of dye and COD were investigated. In order to investigate the hybrid system, after determination of the optimum conditions and the capabilities of each system, the removed chemical system effluent from residual hydroxide peroxide, was entered into the biological reactor. Results: In the chemicals process, 100 ppm dye using 150 Watt-UV-C lamp and 0.1 mM hydrogen peroxide at pH= 9 was completely removed in 25 minutes. COD removal was 86.7 percent at the end of the experiment (135 min). Biological system with adsorption mechanism has shown 44 percent dye removal with initial COD of 50 mg/L that indicated the system inability in biodegradation and breaking down of the dye molecule. In comparison to separate chemical and biological processes, hybrid system has shown better dye removal efficiency. The results indicated that in addition to the complete dye removal achievement, 81% of COD in the first hybrid system and 52% of COD in the second hybrid system was removed, respectively. Conclusion: According to the results, because of complexity of dye structure, biological system was not able to remove the dye as efficient as hybrid system of advanced oxidation processes UV/H2O2 with SBAR.

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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2014/06/23 | Accepted: 2014/06/23 | Published: 2014/06/23

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