Critical View of Ultrasonic Removal Applied to Industrial Effluents
Keywords:Ultrasonic, effluents, clean technologies, laboratory tests
The work aims to bring together, across disciplines, some knowledge in the development of new clean technologies for the disposal of industrial contaminants, which are difficult to remove by conventional methods, using an ultrasound cavitation bubbles generator. The main aim of this study is to show that the efficiency of the application of sonic waves depends on the types of equipment used. Laboratory tests have shown that phenols and organochlorines compounds can be destroyed by ultrasonic technique aiming at its implementation of these compounds in industrial effluents.
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