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Biologically Enhanced Oxygen Transfer in the Activated Sludge Process.
Desk top methodology for modeling biochemical oxygen demand in streams /
Holston River Study. Appendix E.
Mechanism of Waste Treatment at Low Temperature. Part B: Sanitary Engineering. The Effects of Water Temperature and Elevation upon Aeration. BOD and COD Removal from Wastewater by Aeration with Air and Oxygen.
Process Control Model for Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Rivers, Phase II.
Process Control Model for Oxygen Regeneration of Polluted Streams.
Return flows -- impact on the Texas Bay systems
Review of current RBC (Rotating Biological Contactor) performance and design procedures.
Stochastic model for predicting the probability distribution of the dissolved-oxygen deficit in streams
Upgrading primary tanks with rotating biological contractors /
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