Vorträge und Posterpräsentationen (mit Tagungsband-Eintrag):
L. Kornfeind, A. Winkelbauer, H. Schaar, J. Haslinger, C. Walder, E. Saracevic, N. Kreuzinger:
"Applying 3D-fluorescence spectroscopy as process control for micropollutant removal by activated carbon and ozonation as advanced wastewater treatment steps (MPOL-107)";
Vortrag: 9th IWA Specialist Conference on Assessment and Control of Micropollutants and Hazardous Substances in Water,
- 25.11.2015; in: "Proceeding",
Due to its high sensitivity to DOM (dissolved organic matter), both on the qualitative as well as quantitative side, 3D fluorescence spectroscopy offers a high potential for processes control of micropollutant removal by activated carbon adsorption and ozonation overwhelming classical methods like UV/Vis-spectroscopy. In this study, 3D fluorescence spectroscopy was applied to characterize
wastewater further treated by different technologies as activated carbon and an ozonation including three ozonation post treatment steps. The fraction of wavelengths usually used for describing DOM quantity and quality was considerably reduced to a number of selected intensity peaks by means of data analysis, providing the base for fast online measurements as a base for process control.
fluorescence spectroscopy, wastewater, activated carbon
Erstellt aus der Publikationsdatenbank der Technischen Universitšt Wien.