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2011-05-01A new sponge tray bioreactor in primary treated sewage effluent treatmentNguyen, TT; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Phuntsho, S; Li, J
2013-01-01Effect of phosphorus load on nutrients removal and N<inf>2</inf>O emission during low-oxygen simultaneous nitrification and denitrification processJia, W; Liang, S; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Zhang, J; Wang, R; Zou, Y
2013-01-01Nitrous oxide emission in low-oxygen simultaneous nitrification and denitrification process: Sources and mechanismsJia, W; Liang, S; Zhang, J; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Yan, Y; Zou, Y
2018-09-01Challenges in Environmental Science and Engineering, CESE-2017: 11–15 Nov. 2017, Kunming, ChinaShu, L; Chiemchaisri, C; Nghiem, LD; Jegatheesan, JV
2015-09-01Selection of forward osmosis draw solutes for subsequent integration with anaerobic treatment to facilitate resource recovery from wastewaterAnsari, AJ; Hai, FI; Guo, W; Ngo, HH; Price, WE; Nghiem, LD
2010-01-01Effects of sponge size and type on the performance of an up-flow sponge bioreactor in primary treated sewage effluent treatmentNguyen, TT; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Johnston, A; Listowski, A
2019-08-01Enhanced hydrogen accumulation from waste activated sludge by combining ultrasonic and free nitrous acid pretreatment: Performance, mechanism, and implicationNiu, Q; Xu, Q; Wang, Y; Wang, D; Liu, X; Liu, Y; Wang, Q; Ni, BJ; Yang, Q; Li, X; Li, H
2014-01-01A specific pilot-scale membrane hybrid treatment system for municipal wastewater treatmentNguyen, DD; Ngo, HH; Kim, SD; Yoon, YS
2012-07-01Effects of sludge concentrations and different sponge configurations on the performance of a sponge-submerged membrane bioreactorNguyen, TT; Ngo, HH; Guo, W; Li, J; Listowski, A
2019-08-01Biological denitrification in an anoxic sequencing batch biofilm reactor: Performance evaluation, nitrous oxide emission and microbial communityDing, X; Wei, D; Guo, W; Wang, B; Meng, Z; Feng, R; Du, B; Wei, Q
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