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2]O fluxes are mainly related to the denitrification process (Davidson 1991; Thornton et al.
However, simultaneous nitrification and denitrification (SND) has recently been found at various types of process units with advantages over the conventional processes like two-step process (aerobic/anoxic phases) such as the cost saving for anoxic tank and the addition of external carbon sources during the denitrification (Munch et al.
12 trillion Kwh, assume that the generation loads of denitrification units that have been operated equal other ones, the units newly-built and renovated for denitrification can achieve 40% of load operation for the year and can generate in full load next year, by which we can calculate the total power generation of denitrification units will be about 12.
By simultaneously achieving higher efficiency, increased output and low level of emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx)(2) that enables elimination of denitrification equipment, the new gas cogeneration system reduces initial costs and increases running cost merits.
For example, denitrification losses can be significant.
2]O under intermittent flooding as NO3 undergoes denitrification during temporary exposure to air (Das et al.
The food source for denitrification is the raw waste itself.
Nitrates generated as waste products from fish foods and other sources can rapidly build up in fish tanks, overpowering the denitrification organisms.
Since the Desulfurisation Assets or Denitrification Assets are the supporting and ancillary facilities of the coal-fired power generating units, the franchise period of the Desulfurisation Assets or Denitrification Assets are the same as the operating periods of their corresponding power generating facilities.
2]O, with a focus on the denitrification process and its controlling factors within a chenopod pattern ground system.
This study covers seven types of major air pollution control equipment: Electrostatic Precipitators (ESP), Compact Electrostatic Baghouse Precipitator (COEBP), Fabric Dust Collector (FDC), Flue Gas Denitrification Equipment (FGD-NOx), Flue Gas Desulphurization Equipment (FGD-SO2), Low-NOx Burners (Lo-NOx) and Continuous Emissions Monitoring Systems (CEMS).
Some microorganisms have been associated with the denitrification process, which eliminates fixed nitrogen from the environment and removes excess nitrates during wastewater treatment.
Conventional nitrogen removal processes involve nitrification/denitrification, which involves the conversion (through aeration) of ammonium to nitrite and to nitrate followed by denitrification of nitrate to nitrite and finally to nitrogen gas with the use of organic carbon compounds as an energy source.
They studied the production of nitrous oxide from the process of denitrification, in which bacteria convert nitrates to nitrogen gases.
Denitrification in the upper soil layer is generally thought to be bad for plant production because it decreases available nitrogen to plants (Liang and Mackenzie 1996; Fan et al.