Water Quality: Characteristics, Modeling, Modification
Water Quality provides a comprehensive introduction to water quality management. The book progresses in a logical fashion from the characterization of water quality to the significance of the various contaminants, to the methods used to describe changes in the environment, to waste and wastewater treatment. Creative solutions to water quality management problems based on scientific principles, fundamental relationships, and phenomena are stressed throughout the text.
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SIGNIFICANCE OF THE CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER
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acid activated sludge activated sludge process adsorption aeration algae anaerobic aquifer Assume average bacteria biochemical oxygen demand BOD5 BODu carbon cell CFSTR Chapter characteristics chemical chlorine coefficient concentration constant contaminant Definition sketch denitrification density depth Determine developed diffuser dilution discharge dispersion effect effluent Engineering equation equilibrium estimate eutrophication example factors FIGURE filtration flocculation flow rate function groundwater HCO3 head loss Henry's law hydraulic hydrogen sulfide influent lake liquid loading rate mass materials balance methods mixing mol/L nitrification nitrogen operation organic compounds organic matter oxidation oxygen demand particles percent phosphorus Pollution ponds problems reaction reactor removal reservoir river sample sedimentation tank shown in Fig soil solution Source species surface suspended solids Table temperature tion treatment plants treatment processes treatment system trickling filters Typical unit velocity volume waste wastewater treatment water and wastewater water quality management