Journal of Environmental Conservation Engineering
Online ISSN : 1882-8590
Print ISSN : 0388-9459
ISSN-L : 0388-9459
Volume 39 , Issue 12
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  • Yosuke TABATA, Ken NAKANISHI, Jun NAKAJIMA
    2010 Volume 39 Issue 12 Pages 731-737
    Published: December 20, 2010
    Released: December 01, 2011
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    In this study, the relationship between flowing up of settled sludge and water velocity in a primary treatment tank of on-site wastewater systems (johkasou) was examined. The water velocity was measured by an acoustic Doppler velocimeter (ADV). Settled sludge flowed up easily when the inflow rate and the height of the settled sludge increased. At the same time, average-velocity on the surface of the sludge increased, indicating that water velocity affected the up flow of the sludge. On the other hand, the more settled sludge was compressed, the less the sludge flowed up. In the 10,000 mg/L settled sludge concentration, the sludge flowed up massively when average-velocity on the surface of the settled sludge was greater than 1.5 cm/sec. Moreover, the peaks of time-series velocity data by moving-average of 2.5 - 5.0 seconds corresponded approximately to flowing up. The faster peak-velocity, the more massively the sludge flowed up. Decrease of both average- and peak-velocities is necessary to decrease flowing up of the settled sludge.
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  • Hao SUN, Xiulun WANG, Koji KITO, Kunio SATO
    2010 Volume 39 Issue 12 Pages 738-744
    Published: December 20, 2010
    Released: December 01, 2011
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    The purpose of this study was to utilize the biomass resources effectively. In order to apply biomass materials to food packing and agriculture instead of plastic materials, Ulva pertusa Kjellman was used to produce a biodegradable bio-board in this study. The producing process of a biodegradable board involves refining, defibrating, compression molding and drying. Technical evaluation of produced biodegradable bio-board shows a rupture stress in the range of 15.4 MPa to 73.2 MPa, which is 1.3~6.1 times stronger in comparison with the polystyreneplasticmaterialpresentlyusedinfoodpackingcontainer,andtheshrinkageofbio-boardsincreasedwith the decreaseofthemoisturecontent. Therefore, the useof bio-board asa substitute for oil-based plasticmaterialsin foodpackingcontainer,culturepansandmulchfilmistechnicallypossible.
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