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    1. Ergas, SJ; Reuss, AF
      Hydrogenotrophic denitrification of drinking water using a hollow fibre membrane bioreactor

      JOURNAL OF WATER SERVICES RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGY-AQUA
    2. Sokol, W
      Operating parameters for a gas-liquid-solid fluidised bed bioreactor with a low density biomass support

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    3. Lee, DU; Lee, IS; Choi, YD; Bae, JH
      Effects of external carbon source and empty bed contact time on simultaneous heterotrophic and sulfur-utilizing autotrophic denitrification

      PROCESS BIOCHEMISTRY
    4. Perez, M; Romero, LI; Sales, D
      Organic matter degradation kinetics in an anaerobic thermophilic fluidisedbed bioreactor

      ANAEROBE
    5. Ji, M; Yu, J; Chen, H; Yue, PL
      Removal of slowly biodegradable COD in combined thermophilic UASB and MBBRsystems

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    6. Smets, BF; Mueller, RJ
      Metabolism of 2,4-dinitrotoluene (2,4-DNT) by Alcaligenes sp JS867 under oxygen limited conditions

      BIODEGRADATION
    7. Mavinic, DS; Mahendraker, V; Rabinowitz, B; Dumitrescu, AC; Koch, FA; Barnard, JL
      Assessment of short-HRT, on-line, fixed-film prefermentation of domestic wastewater for enhanced biological phosphorus removal

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF CIVIL ENGINEERING
    8. Cho, BC; Chang, CN; Liaw, SL; Huang, PT
      The feasible sequential control strategy of treating high strength organicnitrogen wastewater with sequencing batch biofilm reactor

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    9. Arnz, P; Arnold, E; Wilderer, PA
      Enhanced biological phosphorus removal in a semi full-scale SBBR

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    10. Feleke, Z; Sakakibara, Y
      Nitrate and pesticide removal by a combined bioelectrochemical/adsorption process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    11. Lee, DH
      Transition velocity and bed expansion of two-phase (liquid-solid) fluidization systems

      KOREAN JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
    12. Cecen, F; Cakiroglu, D
      Impact of landfill leachate on the co-treatment of domestic wastewater

      BIOTECHNOLOGY LETTERS
    13. Dincer, AR; Kargi, F
      Salt inhibition kinetics in nitrification of synthetic saline wastewater

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    14. Sakakibara, Y; Nakayama, T
      A novel multi-electrode system for electrolytic and biological water treatments: Electric charge transfer and application to denitrification

      WATER RESEARCH
    15. Suvilampi, J; Lepisto, R; Rintala, J
      Biological treatment of pulp and paper mill process and wastewaters under thermophilic conditions - a review

      PAPERI JA PUU-PAPER AND TIMBER
    16. Woertz, JR; Kinney, KA; McIntosh, NDP; Szaniszlo, PJ
      Removal of toluene in a vapor-phase bioreactor containing a strain of the dimorphic black yeast Exophiala lecanii-corni

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    17. Hirata, A; Takemoto, T; Ogawa, K; Auresenia, J; Tsuneda, S
      Evaluation of kinetic parameters of biochemical reaction in three-phase fluidized bed biofilm reactor for wastewater treatment

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    18. Abdul-Aziz, MA; Asolekar, SR
      Modeling of biological particle mixing in a fluidized-bed biofilm reactor

      WATER ENVIRONMENT RESEARCH
    19. Zhang, SY; Wang, JS; Jiang, ZC; Chen, MX
      Nitrite accumulation in an attapulgas clay biofilm reactor by fulvic acids

      BIORESOURCE TECHNOLOGY
    20. Jahren, SJ; Odegaard, H
      Treatment of high strength wastewater in thermophilic anaerobic-aerobic moving bed biofilm reactors

      ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNOLOGY
    21. Ha, SR; Qishan, L; Vinitnantharat, S
      COD removal of phenolic wastewater by biological activated carbon-sequencing batch reactor in the presence of 2,4-DCP

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    22. Thalasso, F; Omil, F; Otero, JO; Lema, JM
      Treatment of methanol in a dry biofilm reactor using tubular carrier

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    23. Odegaard, H
      Advanced compact wastewater treatment based on coagulation and moving bed biofilm processes

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    24. Jardin, N; Rath, L; Sabin, A; Schmitt, F; Thole, D; Kuhn, S
      Cost-effective upgrading of the Arnsberg WWTP by post denitrification witha moving bed system

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    25. Lindemann, J; Wiesmann, U
      Single-disc investigations on nitrogen removal of higher loads in sequencing batch and continuously operated RDR systems

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    26. Bonomo, L; Pastorelli, G; Quinto, E; Rinaldi, G
      Tertiary nitrification in pure oxygen moving bed biofilm reactors

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    27. Odegaard, H; Gisvold, B; Strickland, J
      The influence of carrier size and shape in the moving bed biofilm process

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    28. Wik, T
      Strategies to improve the efficiency of tertiary nitrifying trickling filters

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    29. Arnold, E; Bohm, B; Wilderer, PA
      Application of activated sludge and biofilm sequencing batch reactor technology to treat reject water from sludge dewatering systems: a comparison

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    30. Huang, JS; Yan, JL; Wu, CS
      Comparative bioparticle and hydrodynamic characteristics of conventional and tapered anaerobic fluidized-bed bioreactors

      JOURNAL OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    31. Dincer, AR; Kargi, F
      Effects of operating parameters on performances of nitrification and denitrification processes

      BIOPROCESS ENGINEERING
    32. Nicolella, C; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Heijnen, JJ
      Wastewater treatment with particulate biofilm reactors

      JOURNAL OF BIOTECHNOLOGY
    33. Dincer, AR; Kargi, F
      Kinetics of sequential nitrification and denitrification processes

      ENZYME AND MICROBIAL TECHNOLOGY
    34. Wilderer, PA; Arnz, P; Arnold, E
      Application of biofilms and biofilm support materials as a temporary sink and source

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    35. Soares, MIM
      Biological denitrification of groundwater

      WATER AIR AND SOIL POLLUTION
    36. Arnz, P; Esterl, S; Nerger, C; Delgado, A; Wilderer, PA
      Simultaneous loading and draining as a means to enhance efficacy of sequencing biofilm batch reactors

      WATER RESEARCH
    37. Wobus, A; Roske, I
      Reactors with membrane-grown biofilms: Their capacity to cope with fluctuating inflow conditions and with shock loads of xenobiotics

      WATER RESEARCH
    38. Chu, KH; Alvarez-Cohen, L
      Treatment of chlorinated solvents by nitrogen-fixing and nitrate-supplied methane oxidizers in columns packed with unsaturated porous media

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    39. Zhang, CL; Hughes, JB; Nishino, SF; Spain, JC
      Slurry-phase biological treatment of 2,4-dinitrotoluene and 2,6-dinitrotoluene: Role of bioaugmentation and effects of high dinitrotoluene concentrations

      ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
    40. Sunner, N; Evans, C; Siviter, C; Bower, T
      The two-stage moving-bed/activated-sludge process: An effective solution for high-strength wastes

      Journal of the Chartered Institution of Water and Environmental Management
    41. Mendoza-Espinosa, L; Stephenson, T
      A review of biological aerated filters (BAFs) for wastewater treatment

      ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    42. Charmot-Charbonnel, ML; Herment, S; Roche, N; Prost, C
      Nitrification of high strength ammonium wastewater in an aerated submergedfixed bed

      ENVIRONMENTAL PROGRESS
    43. Pastorelli, G; Canziani, R; Pedrazzi, L; Rozzi, A
      Phosphorus and nitrogen removal in moving-bed sequencing batch biofilm reactors

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    44. Mobius, CH
      Wastewater biofilters used for advanced treatment of papermill effluent

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    45. Helble, A; Schlayer, W; Liechti, PA; Jenny, R; Mobius, CH
      Advanced effluent treatment in the pulp and paper industry with a combinedprocess of ozonation and fixed bed biofilm reactors

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    46. Morgenroth, E; Wilderer, PA
      Controlled biomass removal - The key parameter to achieve enhanced biological phosphorus removal in biofilm systems

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    47. Ohashi, A; Koyama, T; Syutsubo, K; Harada, H
      A novel method for evaluation of biofilm tensile strength resisting erosion

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    48. Onken, J; Berger, RG
      Biotransformation of citronellol by the basidiomycete Cystoderma carcharias in an aerated-membrane bioreactor

      APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY AND BIOTECHNOLOGY
    49. Miguez, CB; Shen, CF; Bourque, D; Guiot, SR; Grouleau, D
      Monitoring methanotrophic bacteria in hybrid anaerobic-aerobic reactors with PCR and a catabolic gene probe

      APPLIED AND ENVIRONMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
    50. Rodgers, M
      Organic carbon removal using a new biofilm reactor

      WATER RESEARCH
    51. Nicolella, C; van Loosdrecht, MCM; Heijnen, JJ
      Identification of mass transfer parameters in three-phase biofilm reactors

      CHEMICAL ENGINEERING SCIENCE
    52. Sipkema, EM; de Koning, W; Vlieg, JETV; Ganzeveld, KJ; Janssen, DB; Beenackers, AACM
      Trichloroethene degradation in a two-step system by Methylosinus trichosporium OB3b. Optimization of system performance: Use of formate and methane

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    53. Pressman, JG; Georgiou, G; Speitel, GE
      Demonstration of efficient trichloroethylene biodegradation in a hollow-fiber membrane bioreactor

      BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOENGINEERING
    54. Beg, SA; Hassan, MM; Chaudhry, MAS
      Chromium(VI) inhibition in multi-substrate carbon oxidation and nitrification process in an upflow packed bed biofilm reactor

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    55. Beyenal, H; Tanyolac, A
      The effects of biofilm characteristics on the external mass transfer coefficient in a differential fluidized bed biofilm reactor

      BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING JOURNAL
    56. RUSTEN B; MCCOY M; PROCTOR R; SILJUDALEN JG
      THE INNOVATIVE MOVING-BED BIOFILM REACTOR SOLIDS CONTACT REAERATION PROCESS FOR SECONDARY-TREATMENT OF MUNICIPAL WASTE-WATER

      Water environment research
    57. SCHALK J; OUSTAD H; KUENEN JG; JETTEN MSM
      THE ANAEROBIC OXIDATION OF HYDRAZINE - A NOVEL REACTION IN MICROBIAL NITROGEN-METABOLISM

      FEMS microbiology letters
    58. ASPEGREN H; NYBERG U; ANDERSSON B; GOTTHARDSSON S; JANSEN JC
      POST DENITRIFICATION IN A MOVING-BED BIOFILM REACTOR PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    59. MORGENROTH E; WILDERER PA
      MODELING OF ENHANCED BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN A SEQUENCING BATCH BIOFILM REACTOR

      Water science and technology
    60. Jin, G; Englande, AJ
      Carbon tetrachloride biodegradation in a fixed-biofilm reactor and its kinetic study

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    61. Chudoba, P; Pannier, M; Truc, A; Pujol, R
      A new fixed-film mobile bed bioreactor for denitrification of wastewaters

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    62. Garcia-Bernet, D; Buffiere, P; Elmaleh, S; Moletta, R
      Application of the down-flow fluidized bed to the anaerobic treatment of wine distillery wastewater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    63. Rusten, B; Siljudalen, JG; Wien, A; Eidem, D
      Biological pretreatment of poultry processing wastewater

      WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
    64. YUN YS; LEE MW; PARK JM; LEE CI; HUH JS; CHUN HD
      RECLAMATION OF WASTE-WATER FROM A STEEL-MAKING PLANT USING AN AIRLIFTSUBMERGED BIOFILM REACTOR

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    65. CABIROL N; JACOB F; PERRIER J; FOUILLET B; CHAMBON P
      COMPLETE DEGRADATION OF HIGH-CONCENTRATIONS OF TETRACHLOROETHYLENE BYA METHANOGENIC CONSORTIUM IN A FIXED-BED REACTOR

      Journal of biotechnology
    66. REIJ MW; KEURENTJES JTF; HARTMANS S
      MEMBRANE BIOREACTORS FOR WASTE-GAS TREATMENT

      Journal of biotechnology
    67. FELEKE Z; ARAKI K; SAKAKIBARA Y; WATANABE T; KURODA M
      SELECTIVE REDUCTION OF NITRATE TO NITROGEN GAS IN A BIOFILM-ELECTRODEREACTOR

      Water research (Oxford)
    68. ISLAM S; SUIDAN MT
      ELECTROLYTIC DENITRIFICATION - LONG-TERM PERFORMANCE AND EFFECT OF CURRENT INTENSITY

      Water research
    69. Garcia-Calderon, D; Buffiere, P; Moletta, R; Elmaleh, S
      Anaerobic digestion of wine distillery wastewater in down-flow fluidized bed

      WATER RESEARCH
    70. KARGI F; KARAPINAR I
      PERFORMANCE OF FLUIDIZED-BED BIOREACTOR CONTAINING WIRE-MESH SPONGE PARTICLES IN WASTE-WATER TREATMENT

      Waste management
    71. CHUA H; YU PHF
      HYDRODYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS IN AEROBIC BIOFILM REACTOR TREATING HIGH-STRENGTH TRADE EFFLUENT

      Applied biochemistry and biotechnology
    72. PASTORELLI G; ANDREOTTOLA G; CANZIANI R; FRANGIPANE ED; DEPASCALIS F; GURRIERI G; ROZZI A
      PILOT-PLANT EXPERIMENTS WITH MOVING-BED BIOFILM REACTORS

      Water science and technology
    73. WATANABE Y; KIMURA K; OKABE S; OZAWA G; OHKUMA N
      A NOVEL BIOFILM-MEMBRANE REACTOR FOR AMMONIA OXIDATION AT LOW CONCENTRATIONS

      Water science and technology
    74. EISENBEIS M; BAUERKREISEL P; SCHOLZMURAMATSU H
      STUDIES ON THE DECHLORINATION OF TETRACHLOROETHENE TO CIS-1,2-DICHLOROETHENE BY DEHALOSPIRILLUM MULTIVORANS IN BIOFILMS

      Water science and technology
    75. PEYS K; DIELS L; LEYSEN R; VANDECASTEELE C
      DEVELOPMENT OF A MEMBRANE BIOFILM REACTOR FOR THE DEGRADATION OF CHLORINATED AROMATICS

      Water science and technology
    76. PASTORELLI G; ANDREOTTOLA G; CANZIANI R; DARRIULAT C; FRANGIPANE EDF; ROZZI A
      ORGANIC-CARBON AND NITROGEN REMOVAL IN MOVING-BED BIOFILM REACTORS

      Water science and technology
    77. TAKAI T; HIRATA A; YAMAUCHI K; INAMORI Y
      EFFECTS OF TEMPERATURE AND VOLATILE FATTY-ACIDS ON NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION ACTIVITY IN SMALL-SCALE ANAEROBIC-AEROBIC RECIRCULATION BIOFILM PROCESS

      Water science and technology
    78. STERN M; HEINZLE E; KUT OM; HUNGERBUHLER K
      REMOVAL OF SUBSTITUTED PYRIDINES BY COMBINED OZONATION FLUIDIZED BED BIOFILM TREATMENT/

      Water science and technology
    79. MARSMAN EH; ROELEVELD PJ; RENSINK JH
      HIGH NUTRIENT REMOVAL IN THE 3-SLUDGE SEWAGE-TREATMENT SYSTEM - RESULTS AND ECONOMIC-EVALUATION

      Water science and technology
    80. IRVINE RL; WILDERER PA; FLEMMING HC
      CONTROLLED UNSTEADY-STATE PROCESSES AND TECHNOLOGIES - AN OVERVIEW

      Water science and technology
    81. KABALLO HP
      SHOCK LOADING MANAGEMENT WITH THE SEQUENCING BATCH BIOFILM REACTOR TECHNOLOGY

      Water science and technology
    82. WOOLARD CR
      THE ADVANTAGES OF PERIODICALLY OPERATED BIOFILM REACTORS FOR THE TREATMENT OF HIGHLY VARIABLE WASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    83. CHAUDHRY MAS; BEG SA
      MODELING OF SIMULTANEOUS METHANOGENESIS AND DENITRIFICATION IN AN UPFLOW PACKED-BED BIOFILM REACTOR

      Journal of chemical technology and biotechnology
    84. NEU TR; LAWRENCE JR
      DEVELOPMENT AND STRUCTURE OF MICROBIAL BIOFILMS IN RIVER WATER STUDIED BY CONFOCAL LASER-SCANNING MICROSCOPY

      FEMS microbiology, ecology
    85. VLIEG JETV; DEKONING W; JANSSEN DB
      EFFECT OF CHLORINATED ETHENE CONVERSION ON VIABILITY AND ACTIVITY OF METHYLOSINUS-TRICHOSPORIUM OB3B

      Applied and environmental microbiology
    86. RAUNKJAER K; NIELSEN PH; HVITVEDJACOBSEN T
      ACETATE REMOVAL IN SEWER BIOFILMS UNDER AEROBIC CONDITIONS

      Water research
    87. SUN AK; WOOD TK
      TRICHLOROETHYLENE MINERALIZATION IN A FIXED-FILM BIOREACTOR USING A PURE CULTURE EXPRESSING CONSTITUTIVELY TOLUENE ORTHO-MONOOXYGENASE

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    88. BROSILOW BJ; SCHNITZER M; TARRE S; GREEN M
      A SIMPLE-MODEL DESCRIBING NITRATE AND NITRITE REDUCTION IN FLUIDIZED-BED BIOLOGICAL REACTORS

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    89. OJHA CSP; SHRIVASTAVA R
      IDENTIFICATION OF LINEARITY IN THE BIOFILM PROCESS AND ITS OPERATIONAL UTILITY

      Biotechnology and bioengineering
    90. BEG SA; HASSAN MM; CHAUDHRY MAS
      EFFECT OF SINUSOIDAL PERTURBATIONS OF FEED CONCENTRATION ON MULTI-SUBSTRATE CARBON OXIDATION AND NITRIFICATION PROCESS IN AN UPFLOW PACKED-BED BIOFILM REACTOR

      Chemical engineering journal
    91. LAI BL; SHIEH WK
      SUBSTRATE-INHIBITION KINETICS IN A FLUIDIZED BIOPARTICLE

      Chemical engineering journal
    92. CHEN GH; HUANG JC
      DETERMINATION OF DIFFUSION LAYER THICKNESS ON A BIOFILM

      Journal of environmental science and health. Part A: Environmental science and engineering
    93. VERSTRAETE W; DEBEER D; PENA M; LETTINGA G; LENS P
      ANAEROBIC BIOPROCESSING OF ORGANIC WASTES

      World journal of microbiology & biotechnology
    94. TANYOLAC A; BEYENAL H
      EFFECTIVENESS FACTOR FOR A HOLLOW-FIBER BIOFILM REACTOR AT MAXIMUM SUBSTRATE CONSUMPTION

      Chemical engineering journal and the biochemical engineering journal
    95. OHASHI A; HARADA H
      A NOVEL CONCEPT FOR EVALUATION OF BIOFILM ADHESION STRENGTH BY APPLYING TENSILE FORCE AND SHEAR FORCE

      Water science and technology
    96. KHLEBNIKOV A; PERINGER P
      BIODEGRADATION OF P-TOLUENESULPHONIC ACID BY COMAMONAS-TESTOSTERONI IN AN AEROBIC COUNTERCURRENT STRUCTURED PACKING BIOFILM REACTOR

      Water science and technology
    97. RUSTEN B; SILJUDALEN JG; STRAND H
      UPGRADING OF A BIOLOGICAL-CHEMICAL TREATMENT-PLANT FOR CHEESE FACTORYWASTE-WATER

      Water science and technology
    98. CHEN SD; CHEN CY; SHEN YC; CHIU CM; CHENG HJ
      TREATMENT OF HIGH-STRENGTH NITRATE WASTE-WATER BY BIOLOGICAL METHODS - OPERATIONAL CHARACTERISTICS STUDY

      Water science and technology
    99. GARZONZUNIGA MA; GONZALEZMARTINEZ S
      BIOLOGICAL PHOSPHATE AND NITROGEN REMOVAL IN A BIOFILM SEQUENCING BATCH REACTOR

      Water science and technology
    100. BARLINDHAUG J; ODEGAARD H
      THERMAL HYDROLYSATE AS A CARBON SOURCE FOR DENITRIFICATION

      Water science and technology


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