Huy Thanh Vo

Huy Thanh Vo
Mientrung University of Civil Engineering, MUCE, Phu Yen Vietnam · Urban Infrastructural Engineering

D. Eng.

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Introduction
I am interested in studying water and waste water disinfection, Using high pressure carbon dioxide to inactivate pathogens ( bacteria, bacteriophage...)
Additional affiliations
October 2011 - present
Yamaguchi University
Position
  • PhD Student
April 2005 - June 2015
Mientrung University of Civil Engineering (MUCE)
Position
  • Lecturer, Researcher
Education
October 2011 - October 2014
Yamaguchi University
Field of study
  • Water treatment, Oil seperation, Water disinfection
September 2008 - October 2010
Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT)
Field of study
  • Solid waste, wastewater treatment, Heavy metal recovery, hazardous substances
September 2000 - January 2005
Ho Chi Minh City University of Technology (HCMUT)
Field of study
  • Air Polution, MEK recover, Water treatment

Publications

Publications (12)
Article
This study assessed the ability of phosphorus (P) fertilizer to remediate the rhizosphere of three wild plant species (Banksia seminuda, a tree; Chloris truncata, a grass; and Hakea prostrata, a shrub) growing in a soil contaminated with total (aliphatic) petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH). Plant growth, photosynthesis (via chlorophyll fluorescence), soil...
Chapter
There is increasing concern that conventional disinfection methods present several disadvantages, namely hazardous by-products (chlorine, ozone), high cost, complicated setup and high maintenance (UV, membrane, advanced oxidation process). Latest technologies of water disinfection must be developed from exploiting the advantages of conventional met...
Article
Ship ballast water should be disinfected before being discharged into the ocean to avoid the dispersal of non-native species into the marine environment. This study presents the results of using pressurized carbon dioxide (CO2) at less than 1.0 MPa for inactivating Escherichia coli and Enterococcus sp. in artificial seawater (3.4% salinity). The ba...
Article
Recently emerging disadvantages in conventional disinfection have heightened the need for finding a new solution. Developments in the use of high pressure carbon dioxide for food preservation and sterilization have led to a renewed interest in its applicability in wastewater treatment and water disinfection. Pressurized CO2 is one of the most inves...
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A modified column flotation of using tiny microbubbles ozonation (MB, diameter range: 1–16 μm, D32 = 6.59 μm) enhanced by coarse bubbles (CB, diameter range: 0.5–5 mm) was designed for the treatment of fine oil-in-water emulsions (EO, d < 16 μm, D32 = 6.3 μm) and humic acid (HA) mixture (EO/HA, d < 16 μm, D32 = 5.8 μm). Samples of EO/HA showed much...
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The inactivation effects of pressurized CO2 against bacteriophage Qβ and ΦX174 were investigated under the pressure of 0.3–0.9 MPa, initial concentration of 107–109 PFU/mL, and temperature of 17.8°C–27.2°C. The optimum conditions were found to be 0.7 MPa and an exposure time of 25 min. Under identical treatment conditions, a greater than 3.3-log red...
Article
Irrigation water and recycled water used for farm gardens can be a potential source of contamination of microbial pathogens that cause harmful illness. This study investigated the use of pressurized carbon dioxide to inhibit pathogens in water sources. An apparatus producing microbubbles was operated with pressure up to 0.7 MPa, room temperature an...
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This study investigated the potential application of pressurized CO2 for water disinfection. Under supporting high pressure, a high volume of CO2 microbubbles were produced in a liquid environment. Specifically, the inactivation effects of CO2 against Escherichia coli, bacteriophage MS2 and T4 were examined at equal pressures (0.3 - 0.9 MPa) and te...
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Irrigation water and recycled water used for farm gardens can be a potential source of contamination of microbial pathogens that cause harmful illness. This study investigated the use of pressurized carbon dioxide to inhibit pathogens in water sources. An apparatus producing microbubbles was operated with pressure up to 0.7 MPa, room temperature an...
Article
Based on the production of gas bubbles with the support of a liquid film-forming apparatus, a device inducing contact between gas and water was used to inactivate pathogens for water disinfection. In this study, the inactivation effect of CO2 against Escherichia coli was investigated and compared with the effects of N2O and N2 under the same pressu...
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The wasted biological sludge (BS) and flocculation sludge (FS) from industrial wastewater treatment plant contains heavy metals, mainly Cr, Ni and Zn. The BS and the FS were stabilized alternately with natural adsorbents (peat coal, sodium bentonite, calcium powder, dolomite) prior to composting and aerobic digestion. In the sludge composting exper...

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factors influence on flash flood in Ky Lo River, Dong Xuan District, Phú Yen Province