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Low cost emergency water purification technologies / Chittaranjan Ray, Ph.D., P.E., Ravi Jain, Ph.D., P.E.

By: Ray, Chittaranjan.
Contributor(s): Jain, Ravi.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookSeries: Integrated water security series.Publisher: Oxford : Elsevier Inc., 2014Edition: 1st ed.Description: xi, 205 p. : ill. ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9780124114654 (pbk.).Subject(s): Drinking water -- Purification | Water -- Purification | Water filters | Emergency water supply | Survival and emergency equipmentDDC classification: 628.162 RAY Online resources: Table of contents
Contents:
Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction 1.1.Standards for Water Quality and Quantity 1.2.Technology Requirements 1.3.Challenges in Providing Water Treatment for Disaster Relief 1.4.Costs 2.Technologies for Short-Term Applications 2.1.Introduction 2.2.High-Energy Systems 2.3.Low-Energy Applications 3.Solar Pasteurization 3.1.Microbiology of Water Pasteurization 3.2.Use of Solar Cookers for Drinking Water Production 3.3.Devices Designed Specifically for Water 3.4.Simple Devices from Common Materials 3.5.Commercial Devices in Production 3.6.Devices with Recovery Heat Exchange 3.7.Water Pasteurization Indicators 3.8.Multi-use Systems 3.9.The Greenhouse Effect 3.10.Use of SOPAS in Conjunction with SODIS 3.11.SODIS and Titanium Dioxide 3.12.SOPAS and SODIS Technology Evaluation 4.Disinfection Systems 4.1.UV Light Systems 4.2.Silver-Impregnated Activated Carbon 4.3.Electrochlorination Systems Contents note continued: 4.4.Chlorinators 5.Technologies for Long-Term Applications 5.1.Slow Sand Filtration 5.2.Packaged Filtration Units 5.3.Pressurized Filter Units 5.4.Small-Scale Systems 5.5.Natural Filtration 6.Emerging Technologies for Emergency Applications 6.1.Nanotechnology 6.2.Renewable Energy 6.3.Iodinated Resins 7.Water Infrastructure Development for Resilience 7.1.Need for Water Infrastructure Development 7.2.Infrastructure Improvements for Developed Countries 7.3.Infrastructure Improvements for Developing Countries 7.4.Short-Term Solutions 7.5.A Wholesome Approach to Infrastructure Development.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 187-197) and index.

Machine generated contents note: 1.Introduction
1.1.Standards for Water Quality and Quantity
1.2.Technology Requirements
1.3.Challenges in Providing Water Treatment for Disaster Relief
1.4.Costs
2.Technologies for Short-Term Applications
2.1.Introduction
2.2.High-Energy Systems
2.3.Low-Energy Applications
3.Solar Pasteurization
3.1.Microbiology of Water Pasteurization
3.2.Use of Solar Cookers for Drinking Water Production
3.3.Devices Designed Specifically for Water
3.4.Simple Devices from Common Materials
3.5.Commercial Devices in Production
3.6.Devices with Recovery Heat Exchange
3.7.Water Pasteurization Indicators
3.8.Multi-use Systems
3.9.The Greenhouse Effect
3.10.Use of SOPAS in Conjunction with SODIS
3.11.SODIS and Titanium Dioxide
3.12.SOPAS and SODIS Technology Evaluation
4.Disinfection Systems
4.1.UV Light Systems
4.2.Silver-Impregnated Activated Carbon
4.3.Electrochlorination Systems
Contents note continued: 4.4.Chlorinators
5.Technologies for Long-Term Applications
5.1.Slow Sand Filtration
5.2.Packaged Filtration Units
5.3.Pressurized Filter Units
5.4.Small-Scale Systems
5.5.Natural Filtration
6.Emerging Technologies for Emergency Applications
6.1.Nanotechnology
6.2.Renewable Energy
6.3.Iodinated Resins
7.Water Infrastructure Development for Resilience
7.1.Need for Water Infrastructure Development
7.2.Infrastructure Improvements for Developed Countries
7.3.Infrastructure Improvements for Developing Countries
7.4.Short-Term Solutions
7.5.A Wholesome Approach to Infrastructure Development.

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