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Modelling nitrous and nitric oxide emissions by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria

Kris Mampaey, Bart Beuckels UGent, Marlies Kampschreur, Robbert Kleerebezem, Mark CM van Loosdrecht and Eveline Volcke UGent (2011) Nutrient recovery and management 2011. p.997-1009
abstract
In this work, a mathematical model has been set up to describe NO and N2O formation by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria in a partial nitritation (SHARON) reactor. Based on mechanistic grounds, two possible reaction mechanisms for NO and N2O formation were proposed. These two scenarios have subsequently been compared in a simulation study. The influence of intermittent versus continuous aeration on NO and N2O formation for the same aerated retention time has been addressed as well. Applying continuous aeration a maximal N2O formation was found at intermediate dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations of about 2 mg O2.l-1.
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published
subject
keyword
nitric oxide, nitrous oxide, simulation, modelling, nitrification, Ammonium oxidizing bacteria (AOB)
in
Nutrient recovery and management 2011
pages
997 - 1009
publisher
Water Environment Federation (WEF)
conference name
Nutrient Recovery and Management 2011 : Inside and outside the fence
conference location
Miami, FL, USA
conference start
2011-01-09
conference end
2011-01-12
language
English
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yes
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C1
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I have transferred the copyright for this publication to the publisher
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2051831
handle
http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2051831
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2012-02-29 13:00:58
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2016-12-19 15:36:55
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  abstract     = {In this work, a mathematical model has been set up to describe NO and N2O formation by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria in a partial nitritation (SHARON) reactor. Based on mechanistic grounds, two possible reaction mechanisms for NO and N2O formation were proposed. These two scenarios have subsequently been compared in a simulation study. The influence of intermittent versus continuous aeration on NO and N2O formation for the same aerated retention time has been addressed as well. Applying continuous aeration a maximal N2O formation was found at intermediate dissolved oxygen (DO) concentrations of about 2 mg O2.l-1.},
  author       = {Mampaey, Kris and Beuckels, Bart and Kampschreur, Marlies and Kleerebezem, Robbert and van Loosdrecht, Mark CM and Volcke, Eveline},
  booktitle    = {Nutrient recovery and management 2011},
  keyword      = {nitric oxide,nitrous oxide,simulation,modelling,nitrification,Ammonium oxidizing bacteria (AOB)},
  language     = {eng},
  location     = {Miami, FL, USA},
  pages        = {997--1009},
  publisher    = {Water Environment Federation (WEF)},
  title        = {Modelling nitrous and nitric oxide emissions by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria},
  year         = {2011},
}

Chicago
Mampaey, Kris, Bart Beuckels, Marlies Kampschreur, Robbert Kleerebezem, Mark CM van Loosdrecht, and Eveline Volcke. 2011. “Modelling Nitrous and Nitric Oxide Emissions by Autotrophic Ammonium Oxidizing Bacteria.” In Nutrient Recovery and Management 2011, 997–1009. Water Environment Federation (WEF).
APA
Mampaey, K., Beuckels, B., Kampschreur, M., Kleerebezem, R., van Loosdrecht, M. C., & Volcke, E. (2011). Modelling nitrous and nitric oxide emissions by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria. Nutrient recovery and management 2011 (pp. 997–1009). Presented at the Nutrient Recovery and Management 2011 : Inside and outside the fence, Water Environment Federation (WEF).
Vancouver
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Mampaey K, Beuckels B, Kampschreur M, Kleerebezem R, van Loosdrecht MC, Volcke E. Modelling nitrous and nitric oxide emissions by autotrophic ammonium oxidizing bacteria. Nutrient recovery and management 2011. Water Environment Federation (WEF); 2011. p. 997–1009.
MLA
Mampaey, Kris, Bart Beuckels, Marlies Kampschreur, et al. “Modelling Nitrous and Nitric Oxide Emissions by Autotrophic Ammonium Oxidizing Bacteria.” Nutrient Recovery and Management 2011. Water Environment Federation (WEF), 2011. 997–1009. Print.