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Mathematical simulation of the process of biofiltration of aromatic compound solutions through a dense layer of activated carbon during the water treatment

Using the biofiltration of o-nitrophenol and anthranilic acid solutions as an example, it has been shown that the computer-aided simulation can be applied for calculating the water treatment efficiency by the orthogonal collocation and finite difference methods using the Crank-Nicholson scheme. It was ascertained that the simulation results well agreed with experimental data. It was also shown that the computer-aided simulation can be applied for the development of effective water treatment systems.

Authors:   A. V. Sinel’nikova, N. A. Klimenko, S. K. Smolin, L. V. Nevinnaya, O. V. Zabneva, A. A. Sinel’nikov, O. G. Shvidenko
Journal:   Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology
Year:   2012
DOI:   10.3103/S1063455X12010079
Publication date:   06-Mar-2012
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