Water Supply and Pollution Control
The latest edition of this best-selling work continues to offer a state-of-the-art look at modern water management. It emphasizes the application of scientific methods to problems associated with the development, movement, and treatment of water and wastewater. Recognizing that all waters are potential sources of supply, the book's tradition of presenting treatment processes in context of what they can do, rather than in the context of water or wastewater treatment, is becoming more appropriate a s the concept of total water management gains greater acceptance. The sixth edition has been improved with new material added on the EPANET model for analyzing water distribution systems, the processing of sludges, and water reuse. The existing coverage of water use, population projections, urban hydrology, storm drainage system design, and treatment processes has been substantially revised to reflect the latest technologies, engineering practices, and regulations. The authors have included a number of new examples and problems based on actual engineering designs and operations. Computer-oriented solutions are stressed where appropriate. The presentation has been clarified where necessary to make this a valuable text and reference for the civil and environmental engineering student.
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Water Supply and Development
Water Use and Wastewater Generation
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activated carbon activated sludge activated-sludge process aeration tank aerobic alum ammonia anaerobic digestion applied aquifer average backwash bacteria basin belt biological biosolids BOD loading Calculate carbon chemical chlorine coagulation coefficient coliform denitrification depth determined dewatering digested sludge discharge disinfection dosage drainage drinking water effluent Environmental equation example fecal coliforms Figure filter filtration floc flocculation gpm/ft2 gravity groundwater growth head loss influent inlet irrigation lime maximum mg/l mixed municipal nitrification nitrogen node operation oxidation phosphorus pipe pollution polymer precipitation primary pump recirculation reclaimed water reduce removal reservoir residual result reuse runoff sedimentation settling sewer solids loading solution storage substrate surface water suspended solids Table temperature thickening tion treatment plant trihalomethanes unit values velocity volatile volume waste sludge waste-activated sludge wastewater flow wastewater treatment water quality water quality models water supply water treatment