Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment IV: Proceedings of the 7th Gothenburg Symposium 1996, September 23-25, 1996, Edinburgh, Scotland
Hermann H. Hahn, Erhard Hoffmann, Hallvard Ødegaard
Springer, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 424 pages
This 7th symposium in the series of biennial Gothenburg Symposia continues to bring together research scientists, designing and operating engineers and funding and supervising administrators. It has also enlargened the scope of its platform comprising specialists from Western countries and Central and Eastern Europe and attempting to bridge the gap between developing and industrialized countries. Contributions by leading experts deal with the question of floc formation and separation, chemicals, automation and control, drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, innovative processes in wastewater treatment, combined processes and resources reuse. The emerging need for environmental protection using chemicals for the immediate treatment of potable water and wastewater is addressed in more and more papers.
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Organic Polymers Static Mixers and Modeling
The Relevance of Blanket Solids Concentration in Understanding
Temperature Influences and Structure in the Sweep Floc Domain
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