Xm Iana

Active heterotrophic biomass concentration ML 1 15.17

in the bulk liquid phase of a biofilm reactor

Active heterotrophic biomass concentration ML 1 15.6

in a biofilm

Active heterotrophic biomass concentration ML ' 19.11

in trickling filter effluent

Influent active heterotrophic biomass ML 1 5.50

concentration

Active heterotrophic biomass concentration ML 1 8.40

in TSS units

Active heterotrophic biomass concentration ML ' 8.41

in VSS units

Density of species i at some point in a ML 1 15.51

biofilm

PAO biomass concentration ML ' 3.82

Concentration of biomass capable of degrad- ML 1 22.17

ing an XOC

Concentration of biomass capable of degrad- ML 1 5.19 in Ch. 22 ing an XOC that would be present in the absence of abiotic removal mechanisms

Biomass debris concentration in COD units ML ' 3.53

Biomass debris concentration in VSS units ML ' 12.3

Density of biomass debris in a biofilm ML 1 Sec. 15.4

Influent biomass debris concentration ML ' 5.53

Influent fixed solids concentration ML 1 Sec. 8.7

Particulate, inert organic matter concentra- ML ' 5.43

tion in COD unils

Particulate, inert organic matter concentra- ML ' 12.3

tion in VSS units

Influent particulate inert organic matter con- ML ' 5.43

centration in COD units

Influent particulate inert material concentra- ML * 9.11

tion in TSS units

MLSS concentration i in COD units ML 1 5.46

MLSS concentration in effluent stream in ML 1 8.1

COD units

FSS concentration ML 1 12.15

Influent concentration of FSS ML 1 12.16

MLSS concentration in bioreactor i in COD ML 1 7.1

units

MLSS concentration in biomass recycle ML 1 5.69

stream in COD units

MLSS concentration in biomass wastage ML ' 5.69

stream in COD units

MLSS concentration in TSS units ML ' 9.11

MLSS concentration in TSS units in the an- ML 1 11.19

aerobic zone of a BNR system

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