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Application of hydrodynamic cavitation to wastewater treatment

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Application of hydrodynamic cavitation to wastewater treatment
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering
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School of Engineering
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Article, Refereed
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Accepted Manuscript (AM)
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2016
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Hydrodynamic cavitation has shown considerable application promise in wastewater treatment due to its simple reactor design, convenient operation, high energy efficiency and easy scalization. In this paper, different aspects of hydrodynamic cavitation used for wastewater treatment have been reviewed. Theoretical studies, including the basic mechanism of pollutant degradation, the modeling of pressure distribution in cavitation reactor and the bubble dynamics models coupled with chemical reactions, are evaluated. Experimental setups of various design of reactors and operation parameters are compared under the desired conditions for degrading specific kinds of pollutants in wastewater. In addition to hydrodynamic cavitation, some synergetic approaches are also reviewed. The effort directions for both theoretical and experimental investigations have been provided based on this review.
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Wastewater treatment
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Degradation reaction
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Chemical effect
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Hydrodynamic cavitation
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Ultrasonic cavitation
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2016
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Chemical Engineering & Technology
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1363-1376
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39(8)
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/ceat.201500362
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English
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Peer reviewed.
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Tao
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Yuequn
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Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Cai
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Jun
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Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Liu
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Bin
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Chinese Academy of Sciences
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author
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Huai
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Xiulan
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Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Guo
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Zhixiong
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Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, Rutgers University
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Accepted Manuscript
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