Reliability assessment of pollution removal of wastewater treatment plant using the method of Weibull
Karolina Kurek , Piotr Bugajski , Agnieszka Operacz , Agnieszka Śliz , Krzysztof Jóźwiakowski , Adelaide Almeida
AbstractThe aim of study was the analyze of the reliability pollution removal in wastewater treatment plant in Mińsk Mazowiecki. The article presents the results of the reliability of BOD, COD and total suspended solids removal of wastewater treatment plant with actived sludge. Physical and chemical analyses of raw wastewater and treated effluent were carried out in the years 2016–2017 (2 years). The designed size of the treatment plant with actived sludge, expressed in PE is 82 200 residents. During this study period, 50 wastewater samples were collected and analyses. For each of pollution indicators descriptive statistic, percentage reduction and and treatment plant reliability factors (WN) were calculated. The average effectiveness of BOD5 (Biochemical Oxygen Demand), CODCr (Chemical Oxygen Demand) and TSS (Total Suspended Solid) removal in this period of study were respectively: 99.1%, 96.3% and 98.9%. A reliability analysis was performed using the Weibull probability model.
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