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  • Jar test

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Example - Jar tests can be used to evaluate the coagulation efficiency of a coagulant. The Phipps-Bird jar testing apparatus is recommended for use. It consists of six 1-Liter beakers or 2-Liter square jars and a gang mixer. A jar test is performed by first adding the same alum dose and varying the pH in each jar. The test can be repeated by holding the pH and varying the coagulant dose.

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Example - In this example, two sets of jar tests were conducted on a raw water containing 15 NTU and an HCO3

    - alkalinity of 50 mg/L expressed as CaCO3. Given the data below, find the optimal pH, coagulant dose, and the theoretical amount of alkalinity that would be consumed at the optimal dose.

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure Jar Test 1

    Test number 1 2 3 4 5 6

    pH 5.0 5.5 6.0 6.5 7.0 7.5

    Alum dose (mg/L) 10 10 10 10 10 10

    Settled turbidity (NTU) 11 7 5.5 5.7 8 13

    Jar Test 2

    Test number 1 2 3 4 5 6

    pH 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0 6.0

    Alum dose (mg/L) 5 7 10 12 15 20

    Settled turbidity (NTU) 14 9.5 5 4.5 6 13

    Solution: The above results are plotted in the following figures.

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    pH

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Alum Dose, mg/L

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Solution: Base on the plots of the data, the optimal pH was chosen as 6.25 and the optimal alum dosage was about 12.5 mg/L. The experiments may be repeated using a pH of 6.25 and varying the alum dose between 10 and 15 mg/L to pinpoint the optimal conditions.

    The amount of alkalinity that will be consumed is found by using the stochiometric expressions which shows that one mole of alum consumes six moles of HCO3

    - alkalinity.

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Solution: The quantity of alkalinity that will be consumed is found by using the following stochiometric expression.

    ( ) ( )- =2 4 2 3 4 2 23 3Al SO :14H O 6HCO 2Al OH 3SO 14H O 6CO+ ® ¯ + + +

    Using the above equation, and a molecular weight of 594 for alum, the amount of alkalinity consumed is calculated as:

    mgAlum 1mmoleAlum mmolesAlum 12.5 0.021

    L 594mgAlum L ´ =

  • Water Treatment - Jar Testing Procedure

    Solution:

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    3 3

    3 3

    3 3

    Alkalinity 6mmolesHCOmmolesAlum

    Conc. 0.021 L 1mmolesAlum

    Consumed

    1mmoleCaCO 100mgCaCO

    2mmoleHCO 1mmolesCaCO

    mgHCO 6.3 asCaCO

    L

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