Browsing by Author "Vale, P."

Browsing by Author "Vale, P."

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  • Bajón Fernández, Yadira; Soares, Ana; Koch, K.; Vale, P.; Cartmell, Elise (Taylor & Francis, 2017-12-11)
    Energy consumption of the water sector presents an increasing energy demand, contrary to GHG mitigation aims. As a result, research aimed at capturing emitted CO2 and at developing treatment technologies with a low energy ...
  • Bajón Fernández, Yadira; Green, K.; Schuler, K.; Soares, Ana; Vale, P.; Alibardi, Luca; Cartmell, Elise (Elsevier, 2015-06-09)
    Carbon dioxide (CO2) enrichment of anaerobic digesters (AD) was previously identified as a potential on-site carbon revalorisation strategy. This study addresses the lack of studies investigating this concept in up-scaled ...
  • Bajón, Fernández Y; Soares, Ana; Villa, Raffaella; Vale, P.; Cartmell, Elise (Elsevier Science B.V., Amsterdam., 2014-05-01)
    The increasing concentration of carbon dioxide (CO2) in the atmosphere and the stringent greenhouse gases (GHG) reduction targets, require the development of CO2 sequestration technologies applicable for the waste and ...
  • Hepburn, Caroline; Vale, P.; Brown, A. S.; Simms, Nigel J.; McAdam, Ewan J. (Elsevier, 2015-04-04)
    Activated carbon filters are used to limit engine damage by siloxanes when biogas is utilised to provide electricity. However, carbon filter siloxane removal performance is poorly understood as until recently, it had not ...
  • Fane, S. Fane; Madureira, D.; Nocker, A.; Vale, P.; Rivas Casado, M.; Wilson, A.; Bajón-Fernández, Y.; Harris, J.; Cartmell, E.; Tyrrel, S. (IWA Publishing, 2019-05-22)
    Achieving microbial compliance during biosolids storage can be complicated by the unpredictable increase of Escherichia coli. Thermal treatment during anaerobic digestion (AD) and the effects of dewatering may be a significant ...
  • Bajón Fernández, Yadira; Cartmell, Elise; Soares, Ana; McAdam, Ewan J.; Vale, P.; Darche-Dugar, C.; Jefferson, Bruce (Elsevier, 2015-03-19)
    The increase of studies relaying on gas to liquid mass transfer in digested sludge (shear thinning fluid) necessitates a better understanding of the impact of apparent viscosity (μa) and rheology in process performance. ...
  • Kampas, Pantelis; Parsons, Simon A.; Pearce, P.; Ledoux, S.; Vale, P.; Churchley, J.; Cartmell, Elise (Elsevier, 2007-04)
    The primary driver for a successful biological nutrient removal is the availability of suitable carbon source, mainly in the form of volatile fatty acids (VFA). Several methods have been examined to increase the amount of ...
  • Hargreaves, Andrew J.; Vale, P.; Whelan, J.; Constantino, Carlos; Dotro, Gabriela; Cartmell, Elise (Springer Verlag, 2016-02-23)
    It is important to understand the fate of Hg and Sb within the wastewater treatment process so as to examine potential treatment options and to ensure compliance with regulatory standards. The fate of Hg and Sb was ...