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xvi, 129 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.
  • Groundwater recharge and storage programs
  • Regulatory requirements
  • Summary of ASR programs in the United States
  • Challenges for ASR programs in the United States
  • Planning and construction of ASR systems
  • Operation and performance monitoring of ASR wells
  • Example ASR programs in US-- ASR versus other groundwater recharge and storage programs.
Engineering Library (Terman)
1 v. (various pagings) : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Introduction History of Dissolved Air Flotation Air Saturation Air Precipitation Air Bubbles and Particles in Water Pretreatment Coagulation and Flocculation Contact Zone Separation Zone Float Layer Removal Process Selection and Design Conventional Applications for Drinking Water Treatment Additional Applications Dissolved Air Flotation for Desalination Pretreatment Appendices.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071745628 20160614
The definitive work on Dissolved Air Flotation Systems (DAF) for clarification of drinking water Dissolved Air Flotation for Water Clarification is a complete design and application source for the water industry divided into three parts: The first develops a fundamental basis for understanding how the process works, and might be adapted to work better. The second provides a reference for design engineers, water operators, and water managers regarding applications where DAF might be incorporated in an overall treatment scheme. The third develops the necessary DAF design concepts and to illustrate them by description of practical applications. Using DAF to remove particles is not only an important process for conventional drinking water plants, but may also be used as a pre-treatment process in membrane plants including reverse osmosis for water desalinization, and in water reuse applications. Dissolved Air Flotation for Water Clarification offers: Information on new applications of DAF in advanced water treatment, desalinization, water reuse, and industrial treatment in food, waste, and pulp and paper Detailed examples, including the world's largest new DAF plant ever built -- Croton, NY water treatment plant A single volume entirely devoted to DAF for drinking water clarification Coverage of conventional and pre-treatment processes SI and conventional units throughout.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071745628 20160614
Engineering Library (Terman)
1 v. (various pagings) : ill ; 24 cm.
  • Chapter 1: The Challenge of Water Treatment Plant Design Chapter 2: Sustainability Chapter 3: Master Planning and Treatment Process Selection Chapter 4: Design and Construction Chapter 5: Intake Facilities Chapter 6: Aeration and Air Stripping Chapter 7: Mixing, Coagulation, and Flocculation Chapter 8: Clarification Chapter 9: High-Rate Granular Media Filtration Chapter 10: Slow Sand and Diatomaceous Earth Filtration Chapter 11: Oxidation and Disinfection Chapter 12: UV Disinfection Chapter 13: Lime Softening Chapter 14: Ion Exchange Applications in Water Treatment Chapter 15: Membrane Processes Chapter 16: Activated Carbon Processes Chapter 17: Biological Treatment Processes Chapter 18: Process Residuals Chapter 19: Pilot Plant Design and Construction Chapter 20: Chemicals and Chemical Handling Chapter 21: Hydraulics Chapter 22: Site Selection and Plant Arrangement Chapter 23: Environmental Impact and Project Permitting Chapter 24: Architectural Design Chapter 25: Building Systems Chapter 26: Structural Design Chapter 27: Process Instrumentation and Controls Chapter 28: Electrical Systems Chapter 29: Design Reliability Features Chapter 30: Operations and Maintenance Considerations during Plant Design Chapter 31: Operator Training and Plant Start-Up Chapter 32: Water Treatment Plant Security Chapter 33: Construction Cost Estimating APPENDIX A: PROPERTIES AND CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS APPENDIX B: ABBREVIATIONS COMMONLY USED IN THE WATER INDUSTRY APPENDIX C: UNIT CONVERSIONS.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071745727 20160608
THE MOST TRUSTED AND UP-TO-DATE WATER TREATMENT PLANT DESIGN REFERENCE Thoroughly revised to cover the latest standards, technologies, regulations, and sustainabilitypractices, Water Treatment Plant Design, Fifth Edition, offers comprehensive guidance on modernizing existing water treatment facilities and planning new ones. This authoritative resource discusses the organization and execution of a water treatment plant project--from planning and permitting through design, construction, and start-up. A joint publication of the American Water Works Association (AWWA) and the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), this defi nitive guide contains contributions from renowned international experts. COVERAGE INCLUDES: Sustainability Master planning and treatment process selection Design and construction Intake facilities Aeration and air stripping Mixing, coagulation, and flocculation Clarification Slow sand and diatomaceous earth filtration Oxidation and disinfection Ultraviolet disinfection Precipitative softening Membrane processes Activated carbon adsorption Biological processes Process residuals Pilot plant design and construction Chemical systems Hydraulics Site selection and plant arrangement Environmental impacts and project permitting Architectural design HVAC, plumbing, and air supply systems Structural design Process instrumentation and controls Electrical systems Design reliability features Operations and maintenance considerations during plant design Staff training and plant start-up Water system security and preparedness Construction cost estimating.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071745727 20160608
Engineering Library (Terman)
1 v. (various pagings) : ill. ; 24 cm.
  • Chapter 1. Drinking Water Quality Standards, Regulations, and Goals-- Chapter 2. Health and Aesthetic Aspects of Drinking Water-- Chapter 3. Chemical Principles, Source Water Composition, and Watershed Protection-- Chapter 4. Hydraulic Characteristics of Water Treatment Reactors-- Chapter 5. Overview of Water Treatment Processes-- Chapter 6. Gas-Liquid Processes: Principles and Applications-- Chapter 7. Chemical Oxidation-- Chapter 8. Coagulation and Focculation-- Chapter 9. Sedimentation and Flotation-- Chapter 10. Granular Media Filtration-- Chapter 11. Membranes-- Chapter 12. Ion Exchange and Adsorption of Inorganic Contaminants-- Chapter 13. Precipitation, Coprecipitation, and Precipitative Softening-- Chapter 14. Adsorption of Organic Compounds-- Chapter 15. Natural Treatment Systems-- Chapter 16. Water Reuse for Drinking Water Augmentation-- Chapter 17. Chemical Disinfection-- Chapter 18. Ultraviolet Light Processes-- Chapter 19. Formation and Control or Disinfection By-Products-- Chapter 20. Internal Corrosion and Deposition Control-- Chapter 21. Microbiology Quality Control in Distribution Systems-- Chapter 22. Water Treatment Residuals Management-- Appendix A: Chemical Elements-- Appendix B: Usefu-- Constants-- Appendix C: Conversion Factors: Appendix D: Physical Properties of Water and Gases-- Index.
  • (source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071630115 20160602
This is the definitive water quality and treatment resource - fully revised and updated. Comprehensive, current, and written by leading experts, "Water Quality & Treatment: A Handbook on Drinking Water, Sixth Edition" covers state-of-the-art technologies and methods for water treatment and quality control. Significant revisions and new material in this edition reflect the latest advances and critical topics in water supply and treatment. Presented by the American Water Works Association, this is the leading source of authoritative information on drinking water quality and treatment. This title includes new chapters on: chemical principles, source water composition, and watershed protection; natural treatment systems; water reuse for drinking water augmentation; ultraviolet light processes; and, formation and control of disinfection by-products. This title contains detailed coverage of: drinking water standards, regulations, goals, and health effects; hydraulic characteristics of water treatment reactors; gas-liquid processes and chemical oxidation; coagulation, flocculation, sedimentation, and flotation; granular media and membrane filtration; ion exchange and adsorption of inorganic contaminants; precipitation, coprecipitation, and precipitative softening; adsorption of organic compounds by activated carbon; chemical disinfection; internal corrosion and deposition control; microbiological quality control in distribution systems; and, water treatment plant residuals management.
(source: Nielsen Book Data)9780071630115 20160602
Engineering Library (Terman), eReserve
106 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.
Engineering Library (Terman)