Eliminación de xenobióticos de aguas residuales urbanas mediante biorreactores de membrana sumergida

Doctoral thesis Spanish; Castilian OPEN
González Pérez, Daniel María;
  • Publisher: Universidad de Granada
  • Subject: Biorreactores | 628.3 | 2305 | Fármacos | Reactores de membrana | Tratamientos | Contaminación | Aguas residuales | Xenobióticos | Hidrocarburos | 54

El presente trabajo pretende valorar la eficacia de la tecnología MBR en la eliminación de xenobióticos de las aguas residuales urbanas bajo condiciones de elevado tiempo de retención celular (SRT) y elevado tiempo de retención hidráulica (HRT), y para el desarrollo del... View more
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