sludge cake

sludge cake

[′sləj ‚kāk]
(oceanography)
An accumulation of sludge hardened into a cake strong enough to bear the weight of a man.
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It can easily detach and loosen the sludge cake from the surface of membrane that was believed to be removed by air bubbles or cross flow.
Watanabe [4] has demonstrated that a amphoteric system gave a two times higher dewatering rate, producing a dewatered sludge cake having a moisture content 2-5% lower than the conventional methods.
The study, performed by scientists at the Universiti Teknologi MARA in Malaysia, demonstrates a process by which wet sludge cake is dried, burnt, ground and sieved to create domestic waste sludge powder (DWSP).
The team dried and burnt wet sludge cake to remove moisture, and then ground and sieved the dried sludge cake to make DWSP.
Saxlund said in total it has now won five contracts from Anglian Water since it developed and delivered the first system for storage of sewage sludge cake at Anglian Water's Thetford satellite water treatment works in 2012.
The Mono progressing cavity (PC) Cake Pump has been installed to transfer 22 - 28% sludge cake from the site's centrifuge dewatering process to a storage skip for later removal from site.
Sludge conditioning by polyelectrolytes is often carried out through one or more processes such as adsorption of the bonding water in sludge particles, neutralizing electric charges of the particles and accumulating fine particles by creating bridges among them and the end-result would be the formation of a sludge cake capable of releasing water [6, 8].
The digested sludge cake left behind after the process, a safe and low odour product, could in turn be used as an agricultural fertiliser.
The sludge cake remaining after the process will be a safe and low odour product containing no detectable levels of pathogens and will be used as a valuable agricultural fertiliser.
Srinarong and Panchaban (2003) investigated the influence of filter cake and other soil-improvement materials on the growth performance of rice and found that filter cake and sludge cake significantly increased soil pH and soil organic matter, but slightly decreased soil electrical conductivity whereas Tzeng et al.
The company says the digested sludge cake remaining after the process will be a safe and low odour product containing no detectable levels of pathogens, such as E-coli, and will be used as an agricultural fertiliser.
The animal remains, as well as sludge cake and wood, will be burned in the first power plant of its kind in Scotland.