Chemical Water and Wastewater Treatment V: Proceedings of by Y. Watanabe, K. Hashimoto, T. Hasegawa, S. Kameda, H. Suzuki

By Y. Watanabe, K. Hashimoto, T. Hasegawa, S. Kameda, H. Suzuki (auth.), Prof. Hermann H. Hahn Ph. D., Erhard Hoffmann, Prof. Hallvard Ødegaard (eds.)

It used to be meant to come with the overseas Gothenburg Symposia another time to the birthplace of those occasions, Gothenburg in Sweden. yet as a substitute the eighth symposium has been invited to be geared up and held in Prague, i. e. in the middle of critical and japanese Europe a area now partial to intensified environmental keep an eye on. This attests that the symposia have attained such status within the interna­ tional international of operators, designers, officials and researchers in water remedy expertise that their presence in numerous elements of the area has been asked. And this ever transforming into importance, in brief the good fortune of this convention sequence, stems shape the truth that the symposia supply a distinct platform for the alternate of rules and stories on all features of water and wastewater remedy among directors, engineers and scientists. The content material of this booklet, i. e. the time table of the symposium lectures, effects for the main half from an enormous reaction to a world demand papers. many glorious contributions are incorporated during this quantity yet even as many extraordinary ones couldn't be integrated for loss of time and house. the entire sum of those contributions record back the improvement within the box, either when it comes to new technological (and different) advancements in addition to public and administrative popularity and approval of ideas offered.

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C: :::J <.. S co .... 3b. Suspended solids removal across the PSTs removal. It can be seen that the primary tank performance at Morecambe WWTW is superior to that at other sites. As part of routine commissioning work, samples of the incoming wastewater were settled in bench scale columns to gather site information.

The values of electrophoretic mobility (EM) as a function of zeta potential for the microflocs freshly formed from composites with polysilicate are all lower than those formed using PFC without Si. As the proportion of component Si increased, the EM values decreased accordingly. Below the ratio [Fe]/[Si] =2 they were negative for all doses. The residual turbidity (RT) in the jar tests reflected the efficiency of PFSiC, regardless of the [Fe]/[Si] ratio. No matter what the ratio was, the RT could approach zero at higher doses, but the effect differed at lower doses.

C Benzene degradation and organic acid formation 300 April 30, 1997 U 250 ~ 1/1 200 CI) N c 500 -+-Benzene -o-Acetate --I:r- Glycolate _Formate _Oxalate ____ Acids total CII III ::r 400 300 200 100 :g IV (,) 150 'c IV e' 0 100 50 0 5 UV Irradiation [min] after H20 2 addition 10 Fig. 8. Benzene degradation and formation of carboxylic acids during the UV/H202 treatment of benzene (expanded x-axis) 44 S. A. Andrews, S. Peldszus, C. Moralejo, W. A. Anderson, and P. M. Huck Carbon Mass Balance In order to detect and account for losses of benzene or stable intermediates in these experiments, carbon balances were performed.

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