flocculation system Books

  • Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Environmental Systems

    Flocculation is a dominant process in aquatic environments, fundamental to water and wastewater treatment systems. Environmental and economic consequences of flocculation include sedimentation and contaminant transport, which can bring about habitat destructions and affect human health via deterioration of source waters. Understanding the ...

  • Discolouration in Drinking Water Systems

    Special Offer: KWR Drinking Water Treatment Set - Buy all five books together and save a total £119! Discolouration in Drinking Water Systems analyses the particle-related processes involved in the generation of discolouration problems in the network. To this end, new measuring methods have been developed such as continuous monitoring of turbidity ...

  • Particles in Water: Properties and Processes

    Based on the author´s more than 35 years of experience, Particles in Water: Properties and Processes examines particles and their behavior in water systems. The book offers clear and accessible methods for characterizing a range of particles both individually and as aggregates. The author delineates the principles for understanding particle ...

  • Physicochemical Treatment Processes

    A critical survey of both the principles and practices involved in water pollution control, potable water treatment, water reuse, and sludge treatment. The authors discuss the performance, potential, and limitations of each major physicochemical treatment process in detail-including the physical and chemical theory behind it, the applications, the ...

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