Greenfish recirculation technology

Developed in Sweden, the Greenfish recirculation technology is a water purification technology for sustainable aquaculture production in closed indoor freshwater systems. It was developed at Gothenburg University by Björn Lindén in collaboration with Chalmers Associate Professor Torsten Wik , under the supervision of Professor Emeritus Gustaf Olsson at Lund University of Technology.

Several published articles, [1] , [2] , [3] have appeared in the past, and have appeared in the past. One of the most important methods for complete scale calculations, involving: growth of fish, addition of fish feeds, production of waste, bacterial growth and the dynamics of the water purification system .

In the system no less than 28 different parameters of bacterial substrates are Described to simulate clarification needed Surely the parameters do more than simulate. Or do we mean they are variables within a simulation? ] the water purification dynamics of the system.

The microbial scientific basics and water purification technology and engineering is also scientifically important, [4] , [5] , [6] , [7] , [8] , [9] , [10 ] , ] , [11] , [12] , [13] , [14] , [15] , [16] , [17] , [18] , [19] , [20] [21] .

References

  1. Jump up^ Wik, Torsten; Linden, Björn; Wramner, Per (2009): Integrated Dynamic Aquaculture and Wastewater Treatment Modeling for Recirculating Aquaculture Systems. Aquaculture, 287 pp. 361-370. [1]
  2. Jump up^ Cullberg, Mikael (2009): Recirculating Land Based Aquaculture Systems; In: “FISHERIES, SUSTAINABILITY AND DEVELOPMENT, Fifty-two authors on coexistence and development of fisheries and aquaculture in developing and developed countries”. The Royal Swedish Academy of Agriculture and Forestry, pp. 323-324. [2]
  3. Jump up^ Berggren, Alexandra (2007): Aquaculture in Sweden towards a sustainable future; Master’s Thesis, Stockholm University. [3]
  4. Jump up^ Copp, JB (2001). The COST Simulation Benchmark: Description and Simulator Manual. COST Action 624 and COST Action 682.
  5. Jump up^ Gebauer, R., G. Eggen, E. Hansen and B. Eikebrook (1991). Oppdretts teknologi – vannkvalitet og vannbehandling i lukkede oppdrettsanlegg. Tap Forlag. Universitetet i Trondheim.
  6. Jump up^ Grau, P., PM Sutton, M. Henze S. Elmaleh, CP Grady W. Gujer and J. Koller (1982). In the description of biological wastewater treatment processes. Wat. Res. 16, 1501-1505.
  7. Jump up^ Gujer, W. and M. Boller (1986). Design of a nitrifying tertiary trickling filter based on theoretical concepts. Wat. Res. 20 (11), 1353-1362.
  8. Jump up^ Gujer, W., M. Henze, T. Mino and M. Loosdrecht (1999). Activated sludge model no. 3. Wat. Sci. Tech. 39 (1), 183-193.
  9. Jump up^ Henze, M., CPL Grady Jr., W. Gujer, G. v. R. Marais and T. Matsuo (1986). Activated sludge model no. 1 by iawprc. Scientitic and technical report no. 1. IAWQ. London, GB.
  10. Jump up^ Henze, M., CPL Grady W. Gujer, G. Marsh and T. Matsuo (1987). A general model for single-sludge wastewater treatment systems. Wat. Res. 21, 505-515.
  11. Jump up^ Henze, M., W. Gujer, T. Mino, MC Wentzel, G. v. R. Marais and T. Matsuo (1995). Activated sludge model no. 2. Scientitic and technical report no. 3. IAWQ. London, GB.
  12. Jump up^ Knowles, G., AL Downing and MJ Barrett (1965). Determination of kinetic constants for nitrifying bacteria in mixed culture, with the aid of an electronic computer. J. Gen. Microbiol. 38, 263-278).
  13. Jump up^ Maurer, M., Fux C., Lange D. and Siegrist H. (1999). Modeling denitrification in a moving bed of porous low-loaded wastewater treatment plant. Wat. Sci. Tech. 39 (7), 251-159.
  14. Jump up^ gadegaard, H., B. Gisvold and J. Strickland (2000). The influence of carrier size and shape in the moving bed biofilm process. Wat. Sci. Tech. 41 (4-5), 383-391.
  15. Jump up^ Riley, JP and G. Skirrow (1975). Chemical Oceanography. Flight. 4. 2nd ed. Academic Press, London.
  16. Jump up^ Royce, N. P. and Thornhill (1991). Estimation of dissolved carbon dioxide concentrations in aerobic fermentation. AIChE J. 37 (11), 1680-1686.
  17. Jump up^ Rusten, B., BG Hellstrom, F. Hellstrom, O. Sehested, E. Skjelfoss and B. Svendsen (2000). Pilot testing and preliminary design of a biofilm reactor for the removal of Frevar wastewater treatment plant. Wat. Sci. Tech. 41 (4-5), 13-20.
  18. Jump up^ Rusten, B., LJ Hem and H. Ődegaard (1995a). Nitrification of municipal wastewater in moving-bed biofilm reactors. Wat. About. Res. 67 (1), 75-86.
  19. Jump up^ Rusten, B., LJ Hem and H. degaard (1995b). Nitrogen removal from dilute wastewater in cold weather using moving-bed biofilm reactors. Wat. About. Res. 67 (1), 65-74.
  20. Jump up^ Wik, T. (1999). On the dynamics of fixed biofilm reactors – with focus on nitrifying trickling filters. PhD thesis. Chalmers University of Technology. SE-412 96 Goteborg, Sweden. ISBN 91-7197-797-X.
  21. Jump up^ Wik, T. and C. Breitholtz (1996). Steady-state solution of a two-species biofilm problem. Biotechnol. Bioeng. 50 (6), 675-686.

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