ELECTROLYSIS PERFORMANCEVALIDATIONINWASTEWATER TREATMENT

Kareem Gamal El Din, Mahmoud Abd El Azeem
2019 Journal of Al-Azhar University Engineering Sector  
The rapidly growing population all over the world with increasing water pollution level and permeant need for food resources is leading to the recycling of wastewater and the recovery of new water resources. In fact, water is a very important resource it must not be wasted after being used in the various processes. Electrodes made from Iron, Steel, Aluminum and graphite are mainly the most common in the electrolytic treatment of wastewater Among the electrochemical processes. This process is a
more » ... This process is a very suitable choice because it proved to achieve more satisfactory removal and also due to the easy and cost-effective in the technological aspect. The main research efforts in the future will focus on physio-chemical and/or biologically treated wastewater for the optimization of electrolytic technology in order to serve the required limits of discharged wastewater for its reuse.in order to help the design of in site-treatment mechanism. The main purpose of this paper is to validate ability, efficiency and the future of this type of in-site treatment methods. Experiments made on a prototype of the electrolysis process by measuring the removal of the pollutants throw the entire process. Considering all the factors that may affect the results.
doi:10.21608/auej.2019.43433 fatcat:kcdycoqfdbbpzm7kar2q5rd364