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Theory and practice of water and wastewater treatment / Ronald L. Droste

By: Droste, Ronald L [autor]Publisher: New York : Wiley, ©1997Description: xiv, 800 páginas : ilustraciones, tablas ; 25 cmContent type: texto Media type: no mediado Carrier type: volumenISBN: 0471124443Subject(s): Agua -- Purificación | Aguas residuales -- Plantas | Tratamiento de aguaDDC classification: 628.1
Contents:
Chemistry. -- Microorganisms in water and water quality. -- Water and wastewater treatment. -- Physical-chemical. -- Treatment processes. -- Biological wastewater treatment.
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This text provides the most current and comprehensive coverage available of the ever-evolving field of Wastewater Treatment. Droste explores the broad spectrum of technologies used in practice today, ranging from commonly-used standards to the latest state of the art innovations that are absent from most existing texts. Both theory and design concepts are developed systematically, combined in a unified way, and are fully supported by comprehensive, illustrative examples.

Include index and appendix. -- Apéndice Table A.1. Most probable number of coliforms per 100 mL of sample. -- Table A.2. Dissolved oxygen saturation concentrations. -- A.3. Chemicals used in water and wastewater treatment. -- Table A.4. Conversion factors and constants. -- Table A.5. Physical propierties of water (SIunits). -- Table A.6. Physical propirties of water (U.S. units). -- Table A.7. Derived units. -- Table A.8. Commercial pipe sizes. -- Table A.9. Typical wall roughness factors for commercial conduits. -- Moody diagram. -- Nomograph for hydroxyl alkalinity determination. -- Nomograph for bicarbonate alkalinity determination. -- Nomograph for carbonate alkalinity determination. -- Nomograph for free carbon dioxide determination.

Chemistry. -- Microorganisms in water and water quality. -- Water and wastewater treatment. -- Physical-chemical. -- Treatment processes. -- Biological wastewater treatment.

In this environment Student Text focuses on the mechanics of the processes used for the treatment of water or wastewater. Processes are grouped according to the theoretical principles in place of their appearance in Operations wastewater treatment or water . The Essentials For Design and Evaluation Procedures Treatment information is included in the first sections . Basic theory Majority treatment processes is presented later in the book, with more emphasis on Most Common Applications . Formulas are described in detail , and reuniting with references given at the end of each chapter for readers who wish to broaden their knowledge.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Chemistry
  • Basic Chemistry
  • The Thermodynamic Basis for Equilibrium
  • Acid-Base Chemistry
  • Organic and Biochemistry
  • Analysis and Constituents in Water
  • Microorganisms in Water and Water Quality
  • Microbiology
  • Water, Wastes, and Disease
  • Water Components and Quality Standards
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment
  • Water and Wastewater Treatment Operations
  • Mass Balances and Hydraulic Flow Regimes
  • Physical-Chemical Treatment Processes
  • Screening and Sedimentation
  • Mass Transfer and Aeration
  • Coagulation and Flocculation
  • Filtration
  • Physical-Chemical Treatment for Dissolved Constituents
  • Disinfection
  • Biological Wastewater Treatment
  • Aerobic Biological Treatment
  • Anaerobic Wastewater Treatment
  • Treatment in Ponds, Land Systems, and Wetlands
  • Sludge Processing and Land Application
  • Effluent Disposal in Natural Waters
  • Appendix
  • Index

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Droste focuses on the processes employed in the treatment of wastewater; he starts with a review of the basic biological, chemical, and physical principles of these processes and progresses through the various unit treatments for wastewater and for processing and disposal of the residues from these processes. He also presents the techniques for measuring the various contaminants associated with wastewater. The presentation of the different topics is relatively uniform; none is discussed in great depth. Other sections review principles relative to the various processes discussed later in the text. It is assumed that the reader has had introductory courses in the basic sciences. Discussion of the unit processes is limited to a general discussion of the design parameters employed. In-depth discussions of the theory of these processes are not provided, as it would be impossible to do so in one volume. In general, a balanced presentation. Upper-division undergraduates. J. T. Pfeffer University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Author notes provided by Syndetics

RONALD DROSTE is an Emeritus Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Ottawa, and a Fellow of the Canadian Society for Civil Engineering & CSCE.

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