Record number :
18824
Title of article :
DEVELOPMENT OF A TWO PHASE ANAEROBIC DIGESTER FOR THE TREATMENT OF MIXED ABATTOIR WASTES
Author/Authors :
Banks، C. J. نويسنده , , Wang، Z. نويسنده ,
Issue Information :
ماهنامه با شماره پیاپی سال 1999
Pages :
-68
From page :
69
To page :
0
Abstract :
This paper summarizes research that investigated a range of suburban development alternatives from an urban hydrology perspective. Increasingly sustainable urban fringe design is charaeterized in this work by a mix of single family dwellings, semidetached dwellings, townhouses and apartments, a gridiron street pattern, smaller lot sizes, narrower streete and significant open space. An analysis of a number of design scenarios based on the above characteristics was conducted for a representative urban fringe development application, with the aid of a storm water runoff simulation model (QUALHYMO) and geographical information systems software. Geographical information systems played an indispensable role in forming a connecting link between the spatial data and the simulation model, performing such tasks as watershed delineation, hydrologic parameter determination. location of developable areas, and presentation of design scenario applications. The rainfall and runoff model was used to simulate the peak flow and total runoff volume of a regional storm under current and future land use conditions. The results show that increasingly sustainable designs with smaller total development areas can effectively reduce peak flows and total runoff volumes when compared with less sustainable designs. The results of this research will be of interest to municipal engineers and local decision makers who are considering the range of possible effects of development proposals on their communities.
Keywords :
Anaerobic digestion , slaughterhouse waste , ammonia toxicity , two phase process , hydraulic flush reactor. , abattoir waste
Journal title :
Water Science and Technology
Serial Year :
1999
Link To Document :
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