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Water supply and pollution control / Warren Viessman ... [et al.].

By: Viessman, Warren.
Contributor(s): Hammer, Mark J | Perez, Elizabeth M.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Delhi : PHI Learning Pvt Ltd, c2009Edition: 8th ed.Description: xviii, 843 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9788120343702 (pbk.) .Subject(s): Water-supply -- Management | Water -- Purification | Sewage -- Purification | Water -- Pollution -- PreventionDDC classification: 628.1 VIE Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Introduction Water resources planning and management The hydrologic cycle and natural water sources The water budget Groundwater Surface water Alternative sources of water supply Water use trends and forecasting Conveying and distributing water Hydraulics Water distribution systems Hydraulic considerations Pressure considerations Pumping Wastewater collection and stormwater engineering Design of sanitary sewers Stormwater management Water quality Microbiological quality Chemical quality of drinking water Quality criteria for surface waters Selected pollution parameters Systems for treating wastewater and water Overview Wastewater treatment systems Water treatment systems Physical treatment processes Flow-measuring devices Screening devices Mixing and flocculation Sedimentation Filtration Chemical treatment processes Chemical considerations Reactions in continuous-flow systems real and ideal reactors Coagulation Water softening Iron and manganese removal Disinfection and by-product formation Disinfection of potable water Disinfection of wastewater Taste and odor Fluoridation Corrosion and corrosion control Membrane treatment processes Volatile organic chemical removal Synthetic organic chemical removal Reduction of dissolved salts Biological treatment processes Biological considerations Characteristics of wastewater Trickling (Biological) filters Activated sludge Odor control Individual on-site wastewater disposal Marine wastewater disposal Processing of sludges Sources, characteristics, and quantities of waste sludges Arrangement of unit processes in sludge disposal Gravity thickening Gravity belt thickening Flotation thickening Biological sludge digestion Pressure filtration Centrifugation Cycling of waste solids in treatment plants Final disposal or use Advanced wastewater treatment processes and water reuse Introduction Limitations of secondary treatment Selection of advanced wastewater treatment processes Suspended-solids removal Carbon adsorption Phosphorus removal Nitrogen removal Water resuse Problems Appendix.
Summary: Suitable for university undergraduate courses but also serves as a useful reference book for graduate students and practicing engineers.
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Rev. ed. of: Water suppy and pollution control / Warren Viessman, Jr., Mark J. Hammer. 7th ed. 2005.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction
Water resources planning and management
The hydrologic cycle and natural water sources
The water budget
Groundwater
Surface water
Alternative sources of water supply
Water use trends and forecasting
Conveying and distributing water
Hydraulics
Water distribution systems
Hydraulic considerations
Pressure considerations
Pumping
Wastewater collection and stormwater engineering
Design of sanitary sewers
Stormwater management
Water quality
Microbiological quality
Chemical quality of drinking water
Quality criteria for surface waters
Selected pollution parameters
Systems for treating wastewater and water
Overview
Wastewater treatment systems
Water treatment systems
Physical treatment processes
Flow-measuring devices
Screening devices
Mixing and flocculation
Sedimentation
Filtration
Chemical treatment processes
Chemical considerations
Reactions in continuous-flow systems
real and ideal reactors
Coagulation
Water softening
Iron and manganese removal
Disinfection and by-product formation
Disinfection of potable water
Disinfection of wastewater
Taste and odor
Fluoridation
Corrosion and corrosion control
Membrane treatment processes
Volatile organic chemical removal
Synthetic organic chemical removal
Reduction of dissolved salts
Biological treatment processes
Biological considerations
Characteristics of wastewater
Trickling (Biological) filters
Activated sludge
Odor control
Individual on-site wastewater disposal
Marine wastewater disposal
Processing of sludges
Sources, characteristics, and quantities of waste sludges
Arrangement of unit processes in sludge disposal
Gravity thickening
Gravity belt thickening
Flotation thickening
Biological sludge digestion
Pressure filtration
Centrifugation
Cycling of waste solids in treatment plants
Final disposal or use
Advanced wastewater treatment processes and water reuse
Introduction
Limitations of secondary treatment
Selection of advanced wastewater treatment processes
Suspended-solids removal
Carbon adsorption
Phosphorus removal
Nitrogen removal
Water resuse
Problems
Appendix.

Suitable for university undergraduate courses but also serves as a useful reference book for graduate students and practicing engineers.

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