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IJSTR >> Volume 9 - Issue 8, August 2020 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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Fast And Contactless Assessment Of Waste Water Chemical Parameters In Aceh Province By Near Infrared Technology

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AUTHOR(S)

Devianti, Yusmanizar, Syakur, Yuswar Yunus

 

KEYWORDS

Wastewater, NIRS, Aceh, agriculture, technology, assessment, spectra, non destructive.

 

ABSTRACT

Presented study aimed to assess wastewater treatment installation using near infrared technology. Wastewater samples obtained in eight different districts in Aceh Province and spectral data were acquired in wavenumbers range from 4,000 – 10,000 cm-1. On the other hand, actual nitrogen, phosphor and potassium contents were measured using standard laboratory procedures. Spectra data were corrected by applying average smoothing algorithm. The wastewater quality was assessed by constructing prediction models using partial least square regression approach. The results showed that all chemical properties can be determined rapidly and simultaneously with maximum coefficient of determination are: 0.85 for nitrogen, 0.93 for phosphor, and 0.94 for potassium content prediction respectively. Spectra data using average smoothing algorithm found to be more accurate and robust for determining those three quality parameters. Based on obtained performances, it may conclude that near infrared technology was feasible to assess wastewater quality parameters rapidly and without direct contact with the samples.

 

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