AEP  >> Vol. 3 No. 2 (June 2013)

    曝气生物滤池在污水处理中的研究进展
    Research Progress of the Biological Aerated Filter in Wastewater Treatment

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作者:  

窦娜莎,王琳:中国海洋大学环境科学与工程学院,青岛

关键词:
曝气生物滤池污水处理研究进展Biological Aerated Filter; Wastewater Treatment; Research Progress

摘要:

曝气生物滤池(BAF)是20世纪80年代末发展起来的污水处理新工艺,经过二十余年的研究发展,BAF技术已受到欧、美和日本等发达国家的广泛重视。目前,世界上已有几百个工程实例。本文以近年来发表在国内外期刊上的关于BAF研究与应用的多篇文献为基础,综述BAF的研究热点与进展,指出曝气生物滤池现存的一些问题,最后对BAF今后需要重点研究的方向进行展望。

Biological aerated filters (BAF) is a new wastewater treatment process developed at the end of the 1980s, and after 20 years of research and development, BAF system has been attached extensive importance to Europe, the US, Japan and other developed countries. At present, there are hundreds of engineering examples in the world. Through re-searching domestic and international literatures on BAF, this work endeavored to give an overview of the hot research topics and advances of BAF. Furthermore, the problems and difficulties presented were indicated. Finally, the key points needed to be deliberatively studied were discovered.

文章引用:
窦娜莎, 王琳. 曝气生物滤池在污水处理中的研究进展[J]. 环境保护前沿, 2013, 3(2): 65-71. http://dx.doi.org/10.12677/AEP.2013.32011

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