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Municipal Waste Water Treatment [electronic resource].

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780444995612Series: Developments in Water SciencePublication details: Oxford : Elsevier Science, 2011.ISBN:
  • 9780080870144
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Municipal Waste Water TreatmentDDC classification:
  • 628.3 628.3 19
LOC classification:
  • TD745 .N3513 1986
  • TD745.N351
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Contents:
Front Cover; Municipal Waste Water Treatment; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; CHAPTER 1. MUNICIPAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT. GENERAL CONSIDERATION; 1.1 The Tasks of Waste Water Treatment; 1.2 Industrial Waste Water Treatment and Discharge in the Municipal Sewerage System; 1.3 Preliminary Measures to Facilitate Waste Water Treatment and to Reduce the Capital Operating Costs; 1.4 Discharge of Other Domestic Wastes into the Sewerage System together with the Waste Waters; 1.5 Capitalization: Waste Waters and Sludge; CHAPTER 2. THE COMPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE AND OF STREAM WATERS
12.3 Specific Problems Regarding the Operation and Maintenance of Small and Medium Treatment PlantsCHAPTER 13. ADVANCED WASTE WATER TREATMENT; 13.1 Suspended Solid Removal; 13.2 Phosphorous Removal; 13.3 Nitrogen Removal; 13.4 Organic Material Removal; 13.5 Soluble Inorganic Compound Removal; 13.6 Taste, Odour and Colour Removal; 13.7 Bacteria and Virus Removal; CHAPTER 14. WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE PUMPING; 14.1 General Considerations regarding Waste Water and Sludge Pumping; 14.2 Constructions - Equipment; 14.3 Design - Examples
2.1 Characteristics of Waste and Stream Waters2.2 Some Tests Procedures Specific to Waste and Stream Waters; CHAPTER 3. DESIGN FLOWS OF TREATMENT PLANTS; 3.1 Hydraulic Flows; 3.2 Flows of Impurities; CHAPTER 4. PROCESSES AND METHODS OF WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE TREATMENT; 4.1 Characteristic Processes of Waste Water and Sludge Treatment; 4.2 Treatment Methods; CHAPTER 5. SELF - PURIFICATION; 5.1 Dilution; 5.2 Mixture; 5.3 Mineralization; 5.4 Artificial Aeration of Streams; CHAPTER 6. WASTE WATER DISPOSAL INTO STREAMS . SCHEMES OF TREATMENT PLANTS
6.1 Utility Categories and Technical Quality Conditions of Streams6.2 The Required Degree of Purification; 6.3 Classical Treatment Schemes for Waste Waters; CHAPTER 7. MECHANICAL TREATMENT; 7.1 Removal of Visible Polluting Materials; 7.2 Flotation; 7.3 Sedimentation; CHAPTER 8. CHEMICAL TREATMENT; 8.1 Chemical Precipitation; 8.2 pH Adjustment; 8.3 Recarbonation; 8.4 Nutrients Addition; 8.5 Chemical Feeding and Dosage, Mixing and Flocculation; CHAPTER 9. BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT; 9.1 General Consideration on Biological Treatment; 9.2 Natural Biological Treatment
9.3 Artificial Biological TreatmentCHAPTER 10. SLUDGE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL; 10.1 Sludge Characteristics and Quantities; 10.2 Sludge Digestion; 10.3 Sludge Gas; 10.4 Sludge Preparation, Dewatering and Disposal; CHAPTER 11. WASTE WATER DISINFECTION . WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE CHLORINATION FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES; 11.1 Waste Water Disinfection; 11.2 Chlorination of Waste Waters and Sludges for Other Uses; 11.3 Dechlorination; 11.4 Design - Examples; CHAPTER 12. TREATMENT PLANTS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM COMMUNITIES; 12.1 Basic Design Parameters; 12.2 Constructions - Equipment
CHAPTER 15. GENERAL CONSIDERATION REGARDING TREATMENT PLANT RESEARCH AND DESIGN
Summary: Population growth and increasing industrial development makes the efficient treatment of municipal waste water of vital concern. This book describes the design of various treatment processes which have proved to be most effective, among which are included: skimming tanks with corrugated plates or circular tubes, package treatment units (grit removal - skimming tanks, activated sludge - secondary settling tanks) etc. For each of the processes described, the author gives all the relevant information concerning the design and operation of the equipment. Examples of design calculations are prov
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Front Cover; Municipal Waste Water Treatment; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; CHAPTER 1. MUNICIPAL WASTE WATER TREATMENT. GENERAL CONSIDERATION; 1.1 The Tasks of Waste Water Treatment; 1.2 Industrial Waste Water Treatment and Discharge in the Municipal Sewerage System; 1.3 Preliminary Measures to Facilitate Waste Water Treatment and to Reduce the Capital Operating Costs; 1.4 Discharge of Other Domestic Wastes into the Sewerage System together with the Waste Waters; 1.5 Capitalization: Waste Waters and Sludge; CHAPTER 2. THE COMPOSITION OF MUNICIPAL WASTE AND OF STREAM WATERS

12.3 Specific Problems Regarding the Operation and Maintenance of Small and Medium Treatment PlantsCHAPTER 13. ADVANCED WASTE WATER TREATMENT; 13.1 Suspended Solid Removal; 13.2 Phosphorous Removal; 13.3 Nitrogen Removal; 13.4 Organic Material Removal; 13.5 Soluble Inorganic Compound Removal; 13.6 Taste, Odour and Colour Removal; 13.7 Bacteria and Virus Removal; CHAPTER 14. WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE PUMPING; 14.1 General Considerations regarding Waste Water and Sludge Pumping; 14.2 Constructions - Equipment; 14.3 Design - Examples

2.1 Characteristics of Waste and Stream Waters2.2 Some Tests Procedures Specific to Waste and Stream Waters; CHAPTER 3. DESIGN FLOWS OF TREATMENT PLANTS; 3.1 Hydraulic Flows; 3.2 Flows of Impurities; CHAPTER 4. PROCESSES AND METHODS OF WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE TREATMENT; 4.1 Characteristic Processes of Waste Water and Sludge Treatment; 4.2 Treatment Methods; CHAPTER 5. SELF - PURIFICATION; 5.1 Dilution; 5.2 Mixture; 5.3 Mineralization; 5.4 Artificial Aeration of Streams; CHAPTER 6. WASTE WATER DISPOSAL INTO STREAMS . SCHEMES OF TREATMENT PLANTS

6.1 Utility Categories and Technical Quality Conditions of Streams6.2 The Required Degree of Purification; 6.3 Classical Treatment Schemes for Waste Waters; CHAPTER 7. MECHANICAL TREATMENT; 7.1 Removal of Visible Polluting Materials; 7.2 Flotation; 7.3 Sedimentation; CHAPTER 8. CHEMICAL TREATMENT; 8.1 Chemical Precipitation; 8.2 pH Adjustment; 8.3 Recarbonation; 8.4 Nutrients Addition; 8.5 Chemical Feeding and Dosage, Mixing and Flocculation; CHAPTER 9. BIOLOGICAL TREATMENT; 9.1 General Consideration on Biological Treatment; 9.2 Natural Biological Treatment

9.3 Artificial Biological TreatmentCHAPTER 10. SLUDGE TREATMENT AND DISPOSAL; 10.1 Sludge Characteristics and Quantities; 10.2 Sludge Digestion; 10.3 Sludge Gas; 10.4 Sludge Preparation, Dewatering and Disposal; CHAPTER 11. WASTE WATER DISINFECTION . WASTE WATER AND SLUDGE CHLORINATION FOR VARIOUS PURPOSES; 11.1 Waste Water Disinfection; 11.2 Chlorination of Waste Waters and Sludges for Other Uses; 11.3 Dechlorination; 11.4 Design - Examples; CHAPTER 12. TREATMENT PLANTS FOR SMALL AND MEDIUM COMMUNITIES; 12.1 Basic Design Parameters; 12.2 Constructions - Equipment

CHAPTER 15. GENERAL CONSIDERATION REGARDING TREATMENT PLANT RESEARCH AND DESIGN

Population growth and increasing industrial development makes the efficient treatment of municipal waste water of vital concern. This book describes the design of various treatment processes which have proved to be most effective, among which are included: skimming tanks with corrugated plates or circular tubes, package treatment units (grit removal - skimming tanks, activated sludge - secondary settling tanks) etc. For each of the processes described, the author gives all the relevant information concerning the design and operation of the equipment. Examples of design calculations are prov