physical water News

  • Upcoming virtual and physical trade shows

    GE Analytical Instruments is participating in three trade shows this week, showcasing new products and services, including the Sievers InnovOx On-Line TOC Analyzer and Quality System Optimization (QSO) for Real-time Release (RTR): Virtual H2O - Tuesday and Wednesday, April 20-21, Online - Covering municipal drinking water, wastewater and industrial wastewater, this free virtual trade ...


    By GE Analytical Instruments

  • Chemical Physical Plant - Aluminium anodizing process

    It is installed a new waste water treatment plant (chemical physical type) to the service of aluminium surface finishing processes. Capacity: 30 ...


    By SIMPEC S.r.l.

  • Human and physical geography affect organic nutrients in streams

    Rainfall causes carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus, dissolved from natural, agricultural and urban sources, to run into rivers. This can affect water quality by promoting eutrophication, pollution and affecting water temperature and clarity. Researchers have recently studied differences in concentrations of these nutrients in streams across Europe. The Water Framework1 and Urban Wastewater2 ...

  • Research and Markets: Environmental Hydraulics: Physical Processes and Measurement Devices, Volume 1 is Essential Reading for the Study and Management of Water Resources

    Research and Markets has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "Environmental Hydraulics: Physical Processes and Measurement Devices, Volume 1" to their offering. This series of five volumes proposes an integrated description of physical processes modeling used by scientific disciplines from meteorology to coastal morphodynamics. Volume 1 ...


  • OxySense joins the Industrial Physics group complementing Systech Illinois` products

    OxySense products complement solutions offered by Systech Illinois and TM Electronics to offer customers a comprehensive suite of solutions for permeation, package testing and modified atmosphere packaging (MAP) analysis. Primary customers for this expanded portfolio of solutions are food, beverage, electronics, pharmaceutical and medical device companies as well as packaging material suppliers. ...


    By Systech Instruments Ltd

  • EOS Remediation secures rights for vadose zone remediation by physical and biological means

    EOS Remediation, LLC, a developer and manufacturer of advanced technologies for groundwater restoration, and Savannah River Nuclear Solutions, LLC announced that they have signed an Exclusive Patent License Agreement.  This royalty-based agreement grants EOS Remediation an exclusive world-wide license to manufacture, use, and sell the technology known as VOS™, a “Thixotropic Gel for Vadose Zone ...


    By EOS Remediation, LLC

  • Research and Markets: The Atmosphere and Ocean: A Physical Introduction (3rd Edition)

    Dublin - Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/d2b13725/the_atmosphere_and) has announced the addition of John Wiley and Sons Ltd's new book "The Atmosphere and Ocean: A Physical Introduction (3rd Edition)" to their offering. The Atmosphere and Ocean is a ...


  • Research and Markets: Photocatalytic Materials & Surfaces for Environmental Cleanup - 2012 Provides Up-To-Date and Detailed Coverage of the Physics and Chemistry of Nanomaterials and Nano-Composites

    Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/8zq8sz/photocatalytic_mat) has announced the addition of the "Photocatalytic Materials & Surfaces for Environmental Cleanup" report to their ...


  • Canada Water Week and World Water Day highlight importance of water stewardship

    A cold, frosty beer on a hot summer day is unlikely to generate contemplative thoughts on water sustainability. But it is something brewers would like everyone to consider. They certainly have. Over the past two decades, Canadian brewers have reduced how much water is used in brewing by over 50 percent. "Water is critical because it is both a finite resource and integral to brewing. ...


    By GLOBE Foundation

  • U.K. Water Companies Address Domestic Water Shortage

    The current water shortage in southeast England is having a marked effect on water resource strategy. Many water companies are reviewing what can be done to address potential shortfalls that are predicted for the years to come. This has taken the form of both demand and supply side measures including changes in U.K. water metering policy and plans for alternative methods of water supply. ...

  • India Water & Waste Water Treatment Market, 2013

    Water & Waste Water Treatment market primarily covers Water treatment ,ETP, STP, Water recycling.This report will cover all the 4 and in addition will also coverthe project business market. The report will cover the market size by value, its spread and type of technology. The intent is not just to provide market data but insights that could help companies existing or planning to enterthis ...


  • Estimating Free Water Metabolism

    miniDOT loggers are used by a group of limnologists at the University of Wisconsin-Madison in order to estimate free water metabolism. During the summer of 2011, they placed the miniDOT loggers in large glass bottles incubated in lake water to estimate free water metabolism while removing much of the physical noise. The bottles ...

  • Trapped sunlight cleans water

    High-energy costs are one drawback of making clean water from waste effluents. According to an article in the journal Biomicrofluidics, which is published by the American Institute of Physics, a new system that combines two different technologies proposes to break down contaminants using the cheapest possible energy source: sunlight. The science of optofluidics describes the combination of ...

  • CapPlan water generation V3.5

    MWH Soft has released water modeling and management software V3.5 generation of CapPlan Water. Running on the GIS-centric InfoWater package, CapPlan V3.5 adds numerous scoring options for better determination of likelihood and consequence of failure for underground infrastructure. CapPlan Water changes the way water utilities plan the relative phasing of system improvements by allowing ...


  • The Looming Threat of Water Scarcity

    As World Water Day approaches, new Worldwatch Institute study examines global water use and steps to address water scarcity   Washington, D.C.—Some 1.2 billion people—almost a fifth of the world—live in areas of physical water scarcity, while another 1.6 billion face what can be called economic water shortage. The situation is only ...


    By Worldwatch Institute

  • Testing the waters for offshore treatment

    The market for spending on water treatment in the offshore oil and gas industry is set to grow by an annual average of 4.4% in the next six years, driven by increasing production from developing markets around the world, and the need for more advanced solutions to keep mature oilfields productive. Today, the offshore oil and gas industry accounts for approximately 27% of worldwide production. The ...

  • Dealing with water scarcity in MENA

    The Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region is the most water scarce region of the world and in recent years the amount of water available per person has declined dramatically.  'Current estimates are based on constant rainfall patterns, yet the global projections for climate change actually indicate a drop in rainfall precipitation of 20 to 40% and an increase in temperatures- meaning ...


    By The World Bank

  • Understanding water-hammer effect

    MIT, USA, researchers have uncovered a new process relating to the way drops of water spread after striking a surface. The research article, published in the journal Physical Review Letters, describes how the phenomenon could help engineers design more durable condensing surfaces for use in desalination and steam-based power plants. A water hammer can occur when a valve is suddenly opened or ...

  • Towards the ultimate model of water

    Water is essential to life as we know it; from its unusual density maximum which preserves freshwater ecosystems by ensuring that ponds freeze from the top down during winter, to its hydrogen bonds which shape proteins and the DNA double helix. But while water (in its liquid, solid and vapour forms) is one of the most common substances on Earth, many of its life-sustaining properties remain a ...

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