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Biochemical Process of Low Level Radioactive Liquid Simulation Waste Containing Detergent

Noor Anis Kundari, NAK and Sugili Putra, SP and Umi Mukaromah, UM Biochemical Process of Low Level Radioactive Liquid Simulation Waste Containing Detergent. International Conference of Chemical and Material Engineering(ICCME) 2015.

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Abstract

Abstract. Research of biochemical process of low level radioactive liquid waste containing detergent has been done. Thse organic liquid wastes are generated in nuclear facilities such as from laundry. The wastes that are cotegorized as hazard and poison materials are also radioactive. It must be treated properly by detoxification of the hazard and decontamination of the radionuclides to ensure that the disposal of the waste meets the requirement of standard quality of water. This research was intended to determine decontamination factor and separation efficiensies, its kinetics law, and to produce a supernatant that ensured the environmental quality standard. The radioactive element in the waste was thorium with activity of 5.10-5 Ci/m3 . The radioactive liquid waste which were generated in simulation plant contains detergents that was further processed by aerobic biochemical process using SGB 103 bacteria in a batch reactor equipped with aerators. Two different concentration of samples were processed and analyzed for 212 hours and 183 hours respectively at a room temperature. The product of this process is a liquid phase called as supernatant and solid phase material called sludge. The chemical oxygen demand (COD), biological oxygen demand (BOD), suspended solid (SS), and its alpha activity were analyzed. The results show that the decontamination factor and the separation efficiency of the lower concentration samples are higher compared to the samples with high concentration. Regarding the decontamination factor, the result for 212 hours processing of waste with detergent concentration of 1.496 g/L was 3.496 times, whereas at the detergent concentration of 0.748 g/L was 15.305 times for 183 hours processing. In case of the separation efficiency, the results for both samples were 71.396% and 93.465% respectively. The Bacterial growth kinetics equation follow Monod’s model and the decreasing of COD and BOD were first order with the rate constant of 0.01 hour-1 .

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Rekayasa Perangkat dan Fasilitas Nuklir > Teknologi Proses Fasilitas Nuklir
Daur Bahan Bakar Nuklir dan Bahan Maju
Divisions: Sekolah Tinggi Teknologi Nuklir
Depositing User: USER STTN BATAN
Date Deposited: 15 Nov 2018 04:51
Last Modified: 15 Nov 2018 04:51
URI: http://repo-nkm.batan.go.id/id/eprint/5096

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