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Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Wastewater effluent and sewage sludge are predicted to be important release pathways for nanomaterials used in many consumer products. The uncertainty and variability of potential nanomaterial inputs, nanomaterial properties, and the operation of the wastewater treatment plant contribute to the difficulty of predicting sludge and effluent nanomaterial concentration.

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Modeling Nanomaterial Environmental Fate in Aquatic Systems

Modeling Nanomaterial Environmental Fate in Aquatic Systems to the current state of the science in modeling the fate and behavior of NMs in aquatic environments. We address the (e.g., wastewater treatment plants, incinerators) and environmental “compartments” (e.g., soil, air, water). Such

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Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag). Hendren CO(1), Badireddy AR, Casman E, Wiesner MR. Author information: (1)Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Duke University, P.O. Box 90287, Durham, NC 27708-0287, USA. Christine.hendren@duke.edu

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Modeling Nanomaterial Environmental Fate in Aquatic

The earliest approaches to NM fate modeling relied on material flow analysis (MFA), which is a specific assessment methodology developed in the field of industrial ecology to track the stocks and flows of substances into and between technological “compartments” (e.g., wastewater treatment plants, incinerators) and environmental

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modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Wastewater effluent and sewage sludge are predicted to be important release pathways for nanomaterials used in many consumer products. The uncertainty and variability of potential nanomaterial inputs, nanomaterial properties, and the operation of the wastewater treatment plant contribute to the difficulty of predicting sludge and effluent

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modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Author: Hendren, Christine Ogilvie, Badireddy, Appala R., Casman, Elizabeth, Wiesner, Mark R. Source: The Science of the total environment 2013 v.449 pp. 418-425 ISSN: 0048-9697 Subject:

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Hendren, C.O., Badireddy, A.R., Casman, E. and Wiesner, M

Hendren, C.O., Badireddy, A.R., Casman, E. and Wiesner, M.R. (2013) Modeling Nanomaterial Fate in Wastewater Treatment Monte Carlo Simulation of Silver Nanoparticles

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Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Article in Science of The Total Environment 449C:418-425 · February 2013 with 788 Reads

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science of the total environment - elsevier

Science of the Total Environment - Elsevier

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Christine Ogilvie Hendren, Appala, R. Badireddy, Elizabeth Casman, Mark R. Wiesner Science of the Total Environment , vol. 449 (2013), pp. 418-425

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Critical Review of Removal of Nano Materials in Waste Streams

Hendren Christine Ogilvie, Badireddy Appala R., Casman Elizabeth and Wiesner Mark R. 2013 Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Science of the Total Environment 449 418-425. Crossref Google Scholar

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nanoparticles in wastewater treatment plants: a novel

Nanoparticles in wastewater treatment plants: a novel

Nanomaterial (NM) release into wastewater treatment plants (WWTPs) is inevitable due to increased production and application throughout past decades and in the future. Concern arose about environmental risks and impact on activated sludge. Environmental risk assessment (ERA) for NMs according to established guidelines is considered not suitable, because NMs exhibit unique characteristics.

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Possibilities and limitations of modeling environmental

Wastewater treatment For nano‐Ag and nano‐TiO 2 , a removal between 90.6 and 99.5% (uniform distribution) was used based on the only available study of ENM removal from wastewater 40 . A removal efficiency between 96.3 and 99.7% (uniform distribution) was estimated for CNT based on data about its aggregation in the presence of high

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The aim of the present work was the modeling of the wastewater treatment plant operation work using Monte Carlo method and different random variables probability distributions modeling. The analysis includes the following pollutants indicators; BOD5 (Biochemical Oxygen Demand), CODCr (Chemical Oxygen Demand), Total Suspended Solids (SSt), Total Nitrogen (TN), and Total Phosphorus (TP).

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Elizabeth Casman - Google Scholar Citations

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) CO Hendren, AR Badireddy, E Casman, MR Wiesner Science of the Total Environment 449, 418-425 , 2013

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Publications Details for: Transatlantic Initiative for Nanotechnology and the Environment Grant Number R834574 RFA: Environmental Behavior, Bioavailability and Effects of Manufactured Nanomaterials - Joint US – UK Research Program (2009)

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Modeling Flows and Concentrations of Nine Engineered

Modeling Flows and Concentrations of Nine Engineered Also the connection rate to centralized wastewater treatment varies considerably from country to country. Because ENM are known to end up mostly in wastewater and follows recent nanomaterial fate analysis in waste incineration processes [19]. In addition, this study

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nanoparticles in wastewater treatment plants: a novel

Nanoparticles in wastewater treatment plants: a novel

Hendren CO, Badireddy AR, Casman E, Wiesner MR (2013) Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag). Sci Total Environ 449:418–425 CrossRef Google Scholar

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science of the total environment - elsevier

Science of the Total Environment - Elsevier

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Christine Ogilvie Hendren, Appala, R. Badireddy, Elizabeth Casman, Mark R. Wiesner Science of the Total Environment , vol. 449 (2013), pp. 418-425

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Surface Modifications Enhance Nanoiron Transport and NAPL

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) Science of The Total Environment, Vol. 449 Are reproduction impairments of free spawning marine invertebrates exposed to zero-valent nano-iron associated with dissolution of nanoparticles?

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Appala Raju Badireddy, Ph.D. - Google Scholar Citations

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte Carlo simulation of silver nanoparticles (nano-Ag) CO Hendren, AR Badireddy, E Casman, MR Wiesner Science of the Total Environment 449, 418-425 , 2013

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nanomaterial fate and speciation in the environment - nanofase

Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment - NanoFASE

Modeling Nanomaterial Fate and Exposure. Authors: Lowry GV, Dale AL, Casman EA. Models for assessing engineered nanomaterial fate and behaviour in the aquatic environment. Authors shear rate and nanoparticle size determine silver nanoparticle removal during wastewater treatment. Authors: Cornelis G, Forsberg-Grivogiannis AM

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modeling flows and concentrations of nine engineered

Modeling Flows and Concentrations of Nine Engineered

Modeling Flows and Concentrations of Nine Engineered Also the connection rate to centralized wastewater treatment varies considerably from country to country. Because ENM are known to end up mostly in wastewater and follows recent nanomaterial fate analysis in waste incineration processes [19]. In addition, this study

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possibilities and limitations of modeling environmental

Possibilities and limitations of modeling environmental

Wastewater treatment For nano‐Ag and nano‐TiO 2 , a removal between 90.6 and 99.5% (uniform distribution) was used based on the only available study of ENM removal from wastewater 40 . A removal efficiency between 96.3 and 99.7% (uniform distribution) was estimated for CNT based on data about its aggregation in the presence of high

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Toxicity characteristics of sewage treatment effluents

A typical sewage treatment plant is designed for organic and nutrient removal from municipal sewage water and not targeted to eliminate micropollutants such as pesticides, pharmaceuticals, and nano-sized metals which become a big concern for sustainable human and ecological system and are mainly discharged from sewage treatment plant. Therefore, despite contaminant removal by wastewater

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modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: monte

Modeling nanomaterial fate in wastewater treatment: Monte

Wastewater effluent and sewage sludge are predicted to be important release pathways for nanomaterials used in many consumer products. The uncertainty and variability of potential nanomaterial inputs, nanomaterial properties, and the operation of the wastewater treatment plant contribute to the difficulty of predicting sludge and effluent nanomaterial concentration.

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possibilities and limitations of modeling environmental

Possibilities and limitations of modeling environmental

Wastewater treatment For nano‐Ag and nano‐TiO 2 , a removal between 90.6 and 99.5% (uniform distribution) was used based on the only available study of ENM removal from wastewater 40 . A removal efficiency between 96.3 and 99.7% (uniform distribution) was estimated for CNT based on data about its aggregation in the presence of high

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nanomaterial fate and speciation in the environment - nanofase

Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment - NanoFASE

Modeling Nanomaterial Fate and Exposure. Authors: Lowry GV, Dale AL, Casman EA. Models for assessing engineered nanomaterial fate and behaviour in the aquatic environment. Authors shear rate and nanoparticle size determine silver nanoparticle removal during wastewater treatment. Authors: Cornelis G, Forsberg-Grivogiannis AM

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Nanomaterial Fate and Speciation in the Environment - NanoFASE

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Rates and Routes of Transport of PCBs in the Environment

Environmental Health Perspectives is an Open Access journal published by the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences.

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Environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials

Environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials_ Review of modeling and analytical studies_材料科学_工程科技_专业资料 52人阅读|5次下载 Environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials_ Review of modeling and analytical

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environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials

Environmental concentrations of engineered nanomaterials

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Exposure Assessment Approaches for Engineered

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