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Influence of different substrates on the formation of biofilms in a biofilm airlift suspension reactor \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Villaseñor, J.C. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. van \ Picioreanu, C. \ 2000
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The fate of methanol in thermophilic-anaerobic environments [Proefschrift]
Paulo, P.L. \ 2002
Hoofddoel van dit onderzoek was het vasstellen van de haalbaarheid van de behandeling van methanol houdende afvalwaters onder thermofiele condities in een eentraps UASB (upflow anaerobic sludge blanket) reactor. Daarbij is met name getracht alle nade ...
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Thermophilic sulfate and sulfite reduction with methanol in a high rate anaerobic reactor \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Weijma, J. \ Haerkens, J.P. \ Stams, A.J.M. \ 2000
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Thermophilic sulfate reduction and methanogenesis with methanol in a high rate anaerobic reactor \ Biotechnology and bioengineering [Artikel]
Weijma, J. \ Stams, A.J.M. \ Hulshoff Pol, L.W. \ 2000
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Thermophilic (55-65 degrees C) and extreme thermophilic (70-80 degrees C) sulfate reduction in methanol and formate-fed UASB reactors \ Biotechnology progress : a journal of food, pharmaceutical and bioengineering [Artikel]
Vallero, M.V.G. \ Camarero, E. \ Lettinga, G. \ Lens, P.N.L. \ 2004
The feasibility of thermophilic (55-65 degreesC) and extreme thermophilic (70-80 degreesC) sulfate-reducing processes was investigated in three lab-scale upflow anaerobic sludge bed (UASB) reactors fed with either methanol or formate as the sole subs ...
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Optimisation of sulphate reduction in a methanol-fed thermophilic bioreactor \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Weijma, J. \ Bots, E.A.A. \ Tandlinger, G. [et al.] \ 2002
Several methods were tested to optimise sulphate reduction and minimise methane formation in thermophilic (65°) expanded granular sludge bed reactors fed with a medium containing sulphate and methanol
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Start-up of a thermophilic methanol-fed UASB reactor: change in sludge characteristics \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Paulo, P.L. \ Jiang, B. \ Roest, K. \ 2002
Experiments were performed to study the change in sludge characteristics and sludge granulation during the start-up of a thermophilic methanol-fed upflow anaerobic sludge bed (UASB) reactor
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Upgrading carboxylates from wastewater : effects of genetic selection for litter traits at birth [Proefschrift]
Cabrera Rodríguez, Carlos Iván \ Straathof, A.J.J. \ Winden, L.A.M. van der \ 2018
In dit proefschrift wordt een nieuwe methode gepresenteerd voor het terugwinnen en opwaarderen van carboxylaten uit waterige (afval) stromen. Eerst worden de carboxylaten uit de waterige stroom gehaald met behulp van een anionenwisselaar, waarna de v ...
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Effect of sulfate on methanol degradation in thermophilic (55 degrees C) methanogenic UASB reactors \ Enzyme and microbial technology : biotechnology research and reviews [Artikel]
Vallero, M.V.G. \ Trevino, R.H.M. \ Paulo, P.L. \ 2003
A thermophilic (55 degreesC) lab-scale (0.921) methanol-fed upflow anaerobic sludge bed (UASB) reactor (pH 7.0 and hydraulic retention time (HRT) of 7.5 h) was operated at chemical oxygen demand (COD) to sulfate (SO42-) ratios of 10, 5 and 0.5 during ...
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Selection between alcohols and volatile fatty acids as external carbon sources for EBPR \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Puig, S. \ Coma, M. \ Monclús, H. \ Loosdrecht, M.C.M. van \ Colprim, J. \ Balaguer, M.D. \ 2008
The purpose of this study was to investigate the behaviour of ethanol as an alternative for conventional volatile fatty acids (VFAs) (i.e. acetate and propionate) as the external carbon sources for enhanced biological phosphorus removal (EBPR) from w ...
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Development of a novel process for the biological conversion of H2S and methanethiol to elemental sulfur \ Biotechnology and bioengineering [Artikel]
Sipma, J. \ Janssen, A.J.H. \ Pol, L.W.H. \ 2003
The feasibility of anaerobic treatment of wastewater containing methanethiol (MT), an extremely volatile and malodorous sulfur compound, was investigated in lab-scale bioreactors. Inoculum biomass originating from full-scale anaerobic wastewater trea ...
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Effect of high salinity on the fate of methanol during the start-up of thermophilic (55 degrees C) sulfate reducing reactors \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Vallero, M.V.G. \ Pol, L.W.H. \ Lens, P.N.L. \ Lettinga, G. \ 2002
Two 6.5 L lab-scale upflow anaerobic sludge bed (UASB) reactors were operated at 55degreesC fed with methanol as the sole electron and carbon source and in excess of sulfate in order to investigate the effect of high wastewater salinity on the start- ...
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Effect of NaCl on thermophilic (55 degrees C) methanol degradation in sulfate reducing granular sludge reactors \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Vallero, M.V.G. \ Pol, L.W.H. \ Lettinga, G. \ Lens, P.N.L. \ 2003
The effect of NaCl on thermophilic (55degreesC) methanol conversion in the presence of excess of sulfate (COD/SO42-=0.5) was investigated in two 6.5L lab-scale upflow anaerobic sludge bed reactors inoculated with granular sludge previously not adapte ...
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Assessment of compatible solutes to overcome salinity stress in thermophilic (55 degrees C) methanol-fed sulfate reducing granular sludges \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Vallero, M.V.G. \ Lettinga, G. \ Lens, P.N.L. \ 2003
High NaCl concentrations (25 g.L-1) considerably decreased the methanol depletion rates for sludges harvested from two lab-scale sulfate reducing UASB reactors. In addition, 25 gNaCl.L-1 strongly affected the fate of methanol degradation, with clear ...
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Bicarbonate dosing: a tool to performance recovery of a thermophilic methanol-fed UASB reactor \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Paulo, P.L. \ Lier, J.B. van \ Lettinga, G. \ 2003
The thermophilic-anaerobic treatment of methanol-containing wastewater in an upflow anaerobic sludge blanket (UASB) reactor, was found to be quite sensitive to pH shocks, both acid and alkaline. The results of the recovery experiments of sludge expos ...
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Modelling the competition between sulphate reducers and methanogens in a thermophilic methanol-fed bioreactor \ Water science and technology : a journal of the International Association on Water Pollution Research [Artikel]
Spanjers, H. \ Weijma, J. \ Abusam, A. \ 2002
This paper describes a model based on growth kinetics of methanol-oxidising acetogenic bacteria (AB), and hydrogen-consuming sulphate reducing bacteria (SRB) and methanogenic archaea (MA), that can describe the competition between SRB and MA in a met ...
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Substrate competition between methanogens and acetogens during the degradation of methanol in UASB reactors \ Water research : the journal of the International Association on Water Quality [Artikel]
Florencio, L. \ Field, J.A. \ Lettinga, G. \ 1995
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Volatile organic sulfur compounds in anaerobic sludge and sediments: biodegradation and toxicity \ Environmental toxicology and chemistry : an international journal : a monthly publication of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry [Artikel]
Leerdam, R.C. van \ Bok, F.A.M. de \ Lomans, B.P. \ 2006
A variety of environmental samples was screened for anaerobic degradation of methanethiol, ethanethiol, propanethiol, dimethylsulfide, and dimethyldisulfide. All sludge and sediment samples degraded methanethiol, dimethylsulfide, and dimethyldisulfid ...
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