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Main Title Sewer processes : microbial and chemical process engineering of sewer networks /
Author Hvitved-Jacobsen, Thorkild,
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Vollertsen, Jes.
Nielsen, Asbj²rn Haaning.
Publisher CRC Press, Taylor & Francis Group, CRC Press is an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group, an informa business,
Year Published 2013
OCLC Number 727702613
ISBN 9781439881774; 1439881774; 1439881782; 9781439881781
Subjects Sewage--Microbiology. ; Sewage--Analysis. ; Sewerage--Design and construction. ; TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING--Environmental--Water Supply.
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ELBM  TD736.H85 2013 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 11/17/2014
Edition Second edition.
Collation xx, 379 pages ; 24 cm
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
"This extensively revised and updated second edition presents major revisions of several chapters, reflecting the theoretical and practical knowledge that has been gained since the publication of the previous edition a decade ago. In addition, it supplies new chapters on advanced modeling of sewer processes and gas phase control. It also includes greatly expanded coverage of odor formation and prediction, as well as of concrete corrosion caused by hydrogen sulfide. The book is written for graduate students, researchers, and industry professionals"-- Sewer systems and processes -- In-sewer chemical and physicochemical processes -- Microbiology in sewer networks -- Sewer atmosphere: odor and air-water equilibrium and dynamics -- Aerobic and anoxic sewer processes: transformations of organic carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen -- Anaerobic sewer processes: hydrogen sulfide and organic matter transformations -- Sewer processes and mitigation: water and gas phase control methods -- Sewer process modeling: concepts and quality assessment -- WATS: a sewer process model for water, biofilm, and gas phase transformations -- Methods for sewer process studies and model calibration -- Applications: sewer process design and perspectives -- Appendixes: A. Unites and nomenclature -- B. Definitions and glossary -- C. Acronyms.