Electrocoagulation in a Cell with Fe–Fe Electrodes with the Domestic Waste Water (DWW)

June 29, 2018

The experimental studies were conducted within an electrolysis cell with Fe–Fe electrodes. In this cell, under optimum operational condition, the potential to treat domestic wastewater (DWW) using an ElectroCoagulation (EC) process was tested on two different samples.  Electrochemical treatment seems to be a promising treatment method due to its high effectiveness. If we look at the  maintenance cost which is economical and rapid achievement of results and the electrocoagulation-flotation treatment is also studied, as it has greater ability for the removal of COD and SS. Sweeping of the solution removes particles and dissolved pollutants that are adsorbed onto them .

graph1Figure showing  PH variation during experimental runs

High treatment efficiency is achieved for the wastewater to which Electrical Conductivity treatment is applied, as a result of the above reactions. Therefore, this advanced treatment method has recently become widely preferred. In this experiment the treatability of DWWs by the Electrical Conductivity method was tested, and the energy requirements were determined. The question why pH increased with the max time done of 60 minutes.


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