1st Edition

Unit Processes in Drinking Water Treatment




ISBN 9780824786786
Published August 13, 1992 by CRC Press
646 Pages

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Book Description

This text offers information on the theory of major drinking water treatment processes and contains real-life practical examples. It aims to create guidelines for the design of unit processes that operate within an overall framework for water treatment plants.

Table of Contents

Preface -- 1. Design Criteria in Water Treatment Processes -- 2. Use of Chlorine Dioxide -- 3. Oxidation with Ozone -- 4. Ultraviolet Disinfection of Water -- 5. Coagulation -- 6. Use of Polymerized Aluminum Flocculants -- 7. Flocculation -- 8. Activated Silica as a Flocculation Aid -- 9. Combined Coagulation-Flocculation-Clarifying Processes -- 10. Lamellar and Tubular Assisted Settling Processes -- 11. Testing Methods for Operational Control of Unit Processes -- 12. Adsorption -- 13. Principles of Microbial Growth and Decay -- 14. Filtration Powders and Diatomaceous Earths -- 15. Softening and Mineralization -- 16. Treatment Processes of Aluminum-Based Sludge -- 17. Mixing Practice in Water Treatment -- 18. Sand for Filtration in Water Quality Control: Criteria and Mode of Action -- 19. Reagents for Water Treatment -- Index.

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Biography

WILLY J. MASSCHELEIN, currently an independent Process Consultant in Brussels, Belgium, was previously Director of Laboratories and Technical Services at the Brussels lntercommunal Water Board. The editor of three books and the author of more than 100 professional papers on water treatment, he is also immediate Past-President of the International Ozone Association and President of the Belgian Committee of the International Association of Water Pollution Control and Research, and a member of all other major international organizations concerned with drinking water, including the American Water works Association. Dr. Masschelein received the M.A. degree (1958) in chemistry and the Ph.D. degree (1961) in natural sciences from the Free University of Brussels, Belgium.