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KMUTT Annual Research

KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 from the solidified wastes using reactive rice husk ash (rRHA)-blended cement as solidification binder were investigated. The rRHA was prepared by firing at 650 o C for 1 h. Synthetic metal hydroxides and plating sludge were solidified using cement blended with 0, 10, 20 and 30 wt.% rRHA. Experimental results showed that synthetic Zn(OH) 2 and the plating sludge caused rapid setting for cement paste but prolong the final setting for rRHA-blended cements. The rate of strength development was also decreased during the first 14 days of curing. However, these interfering effects were reduced when cement was blended with 10 wt.% rRHA. In addition, the plating sludge could be loaded at 30 wt.% to the cement blended with 10 wt.% rRHA and gave both the 28-day strength and metal concentration in TCLP leachates that meet the regulatory limits for landfilling. IJ-087 STRENGTH, LEACHABILITY AND MICROSTRUCTURE CHARACTERISTICS OF CEMENT-BASED SOLIDIFIED PLATING SLUDGE Suwimol Asavapisit, Siripat Naksrichum, Naraporn Harnwajanawong Cement and Concrete Research, Vol. 35, No. 6, June 2005, pp. 1042-1049 The solidification of the stabilized zinc– cyanide plating sludge was carried out using ordinary Portland cement (OPC) and pulverized fuel ash (PFA) as solidification binders. The plating sludge were used at the level of 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% dry weight, and PFA was used to replace OPC at 0%, 10%, 20% and 30% dry weight, respectively. Experimental results showed that a significant reduction in strength was observed when the plating sludge was added to both the OPC and OPC/PFA binders, but the negative effect was minimized when PFA was used as part substitute for OPC. SEM observation reveals that the deposition of the plating sludge on the surface of the clinkers and PFA could be the cause for hydration retardation. In addition, calcium zinc hydroxide hydrate complex and the unreacted di- and tricalcium silicates were the major phases in X- ray diffraction (XRD) patterns of the solidified plating waste hydrated for 28 days, although the retardation effect on hydration reactions but Cr concentration in toxicity characteristic leaching procedure (TCLP) leachates was lower than the U.S. EPA regulatory limit. IJ-088 REMOVAL OF ARSENIC AND ZINC USING DIFFERENT LABORATORY MODEL WETLAND SYSTEMS Sasidhorn Buddhawong, Peter Kuschk, JÜrgen Mattusch, Arndt Wiessner, Ulrich Stottmeister Engineering in Life Sciences, Vol. 5, No. 3, 2005, pp. 247-252 Industrial and mining activities are an increasing threat to natural sites like wetlands and ponds because of the pollution by heavy metals and particularly arsenic (As) which they create. Four different laboratory scale model wetland systems, simulating a subsurface water wetland (SWW), free water surface wetland (FWSW), hydroponic system (HP), and an algae pond (AP) were initially loaded with water containing 5 mg/L of Zn and 0.5 mg/L of As as the main contaminants. The experiments run discontinuously and water losses by evapotranspiration were compensated periodically by distilled water. SWW, FWSW and HP were planted with Juncus effusus. The aim of this investigation was above all to study the removal of As in anthropogenically influenced stagnant wetland systems. The AP system showed almost no changes in all parameters measured. In addition, for the HP system no depth gradients of the parameters could be observed. Nevertheless, the total concentrations decreased slightly over 90 days by about 25 % for As and about 30 % for Zn. Within the gravel bed systems (SWW and FWSW) As and Zn were completely removed from the water, whereas for both parameters the removal process in the SWW was considerably faster. In both gravel bed systems the changes in the iron concentrations and the redox potentials were completely different. During periods of comparatively low redox potential, the iron concentration of the pore water increased from 0.1 mg/L up to 3.0 mg/L for the FSW and to 6.8 mg/L for the SWW. In periods of a higher redox potential the iron concentration decreased. The utmost As removal from the water was found in the SWW. It was noted that this could not be explained by either the adsorption on the gravel or by the plant uptake alone. It can be assumed that by the combination of both effects within one system soil bound crystalline iron, which has a low As binding capacity, is dissolved and can function as a co-precipitation agent for As in oxic zones such as possibly on the rhizoplane of 31 International Journal

32 helophytes. IJ-089 SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR BIOFILM SYSTEM FOR TREATMENT OF MILK INDUSTRY WASTEWATER Suntud Sirianuntapiboon, Narumon Jeeyachok, Rarintorn Larplai Journal of Environmental Management, Vol. 76, No. 2, July 2005, pp. 177-183 A sequencing batch reactor biofilm (MSBR) system was modified from the conventional sequencing batch reactor (SBR) system by installing 2.7 m 2 surface area of plastic media on the bottom of the reactor to increase the system efficiency and bio-sludge quality by increasing the bio-sludge in the system. The COD, BOD 5 , total kjeldahl nitrogen (TKN) and oil & grease removal efficiencies of the MSBR system, under a high organic loading of 1340 g BOD 5 /m 3 d, were 89.3±0.1, 83.0±0.2, 59.4±0.8, and 82.4±0.4%, respectively, while they were only 87.0±0.2, 79.9±0.3, 48.7±1.7 and 79.3±10%, respectively, in the conventional SBR system. The amount of excess bio-sludge in the MSBR system was about 3 times lower than that in the conventional SBR system. The sludge volume index (SVI) of the MSBR system was lower than 100 ml/g under an organic loading of up to 1340 g BOD 5 /m 3 d. However, the MSBR under an organic loading of 680 g BOD 5 /m 3 d gave the highest COD, BOD 5 , TKN and oil & grease removal efficiencies of 97.9±0.0, 97.9±0.1, 79.3±1.0 and 94.8±0.5%, respectively, without any excess bio-sludge waste. The SVI of suspended bio-sludge in the MSBR system was only 44±3.4 ml/g under an organic loading of 680 g BOD 5 /m 3 d. The Joint Graduate School of Energy and Environment IJ-090 AN ASSESSMENT OF THE COST EFFECTIVENESS OF A DSM PROGRAM IN THE SOUTHERN PART OF THAILAND Teerasak Arunthanakit, Chumnong Sorapipatana International Energy Journal, Vol. 6, No. 1, June 2005, pp. 175-184 Due to the inadequacy of the electrical power supply to meet the demand in the Southern part of Thailand in recent years, KMUTT Annual Research Abstracts 2005 electrical power from nearby areas from the Central part of Thailand and Malaysian needs to be transmitted through high power tie-lines. This often causes some technical problems in power transmission systems, particular during peak time period, due to electric power transmission instability, as affected by the long distances of the tie-lines. As a result, it often black out in this region. The failure of electrical supply would be worsen as the trend of the electrical demand generally increases in the future. Traditionally, the solution for this problem is to expand the transmission lines or install more power generation capacities in this region, but it spends more costs and time consumes. An alternative to solve this problem is to adopt the Demand-Side Management (DSM) program to stimulate and implement energy saving program to reduce both electrical energy and power peak load demand. In this study, we estimate the potential of the electrical energy saving and reduction in the averaged power peak in the Southern part of Thailand in the next 10 years, if energy saving program is introduced by encouraging consumers to switch to use more efficient appliances in various sectors. A regression technique was adopted to predict the demand of the electrical energy in the Southern part of Thailand in the next decade. It was found that the energy demand highly depends on the two parameters: the Real Gross Regional Products (RGRP) and populations. The result of the predicted electrical energy demand was then used to estimate the peak demand. Then, the potential of energy saving amounts were estimated, if more efficient appliances were introduced to replace of non-efficient appliances. To simplify the problem, we assumed that only those major common appliances are replaced by the more efficient appliances as follows: (a) lighting, refrigerators, and air-conditioners for residential sector, (b) lighting and air-conditioners for commercial sector, and (c) motors for industrial sector. Finally, the benefit of the total saving energy cost and the total investment costs of the high-efficient appliances were analyzed to determine whether it is economical feasible or not. The result indicates that the alternative solution of the DSM program would be more cost-effective, as compared to the expansion of new high power tie-lines of the conventional supply side planning. International Journal

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