Estudo do tratamento eletrolitico aplicado a efluente liquido de abatedouro avicola




This work aims to study the pollutant reduction. of poultry slaughterhouse wastewater by batch process enclosed electrolytic, with a range of pH (3.0 to in nature - 6.6 to 7.2), temperature (15 to 35°C), current density (50 to 150Alm2), type of electrode (cast iron as well as TiO2/RuO2)and time of electrolysis (up to 80min). The conductivity, tension, current, pH, COO (Chemical Oxygen Oemand), nitrogen and phosphorus, total solids and iron were ali monitored during the electrolysis process. Both electrofloculation and electroflotation phenomena could be noticed as a result of a sheet of foam at the upper part of the reactor. In general the decrease in pH and the increase both in temperature and density of current improved the reduction of pollutant making it faster and easier. The meaningful reduction of COO, nitrogen and phosphorus reached 92% (25°C, 150Alm2 and pHinitial in nature), 100% (35°C, 150Alm2 and pHinitial in nature) and 98.4% (25°C, 150Alm2 and 3.0 initial pH) respectively. The reduction of pollutant was certain affected by the type of electrode, particularly in connection with nitrogen and phosphorus. They made it clear that electroflotation are necessary. But such a process did not prove true with COO. Ouring the experiments, no formation of chlorinated composites were registered. The regulating of the kinetic models for the reduction of COO indicated that the standard model (or the "n"class model) has produced the best results as to correlation coefficient (0.8227 to 0.9931), followed up by Michaelis-Menten model. Experimental curves as for nitrogen and phosphorus has not been possible to work out


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