Wiley-VCH, Weinheim Rules of Thumb for Water and Wastewater Engineers Cover A unique resource for water engineers to make quick evaluations and and estimate design decisions, d.. Product #: 978-3-527-34885-5 Regular price: $120.56 $120.56 In Stock

Rules of Thumb for Water and Wastewater Engineers

Toghraei, Moe


1. Edition April 2022
XVI, 352 Pages, Hardcover
263 Pictures (240 Colored Figures)
7 tables
Practical Approach Book

ISBN: 978-3-527-34885-5
Wiley-VCH, Weinheim

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A unique resource for water engineers to make quick evaluations and and estimate design decisions, drawn from extensive practical experience and theoretical knowledge.

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Part 1 - General
1.1 Water Resources - surface vs ground
1.2 Water Consumers
Part 2 - Water Contaminants
2.1 Settleables
2.1.1 (Dead) Particles
2.1.2 (Live) Organisms
2.2 Floatables
2.3 Dissolved
2.3.1 Dissolved Gases
2.3.2 Dissolved Ions Specific Ions Total hardness of Water Alkalinity of Water pH of Water Total Dissolved Solids of Water
2.4 Colloids
2.5 Contaminants in different forms
2.6 Water Analysis
2.7 Water Temperature
Part 3 - Removal Methods
3.1 Settleable removal
3.1.1 Sedimentation Universal g-force Sedimentation
3.1.1 Enhanced g-force Sedimentation (Cyclonic separation, Centrifugation)
3.1.2 Filtration Conventional Filtration Membrane Filtration
3.2 Floatable removal
3.2.1 Creaming Universal g-force Creaming Enhanced g-force Creaming (Cyclonic separation, Centrifugation) Gas assisted Creaming (dissolved gas, dispersed gas flotation)
3.2.2 Filtration Conventional Filtration Membrane Filtration
3.2.3 Adsorption
3.3 Dissolved material removal
3.3.1 Dissolved Organic removal Biological Treatment Non-Biological Treatments (Adsorption, Ion exchange, Incineration) Advanced Oxidation Treatment
3.3.2 Dissolved inorganic removal Total Dissolved inorganic removal Ion Exchange Reverse Osmosis Evaporation Specific Ion removal Precipitation Selective Ion Exchange
3.3.3 Dissolved Gas removal Stripping Removing by considering as dissolved organics or inorganics
3.4 Colloid Removal
3.4.1 Direct Colloid Removal
3.4.2 Colloid Removal by converting to solid
3.5 Dealing with live organisms
Part 4 ? Process Development
4.1 Water management
4.2 Equalization
4.3 Treatment strategy
4.4 Pre-and Post- treatment
Moe Toghraei is an instructor and consultant with Engrowth Training based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. He has more than 20 years of experience in the chemical process industries. Moe has published articles on different aspects of chemical process operations, and has more than 10 years experience in training and designed dozen of courses for his company, and for other technical colleges.
He holds a BSc. (in Chemical Engineering) from Isfahan University of Technology (Iran), and an M.Sc. in Environmental Engineering from Tehran University (Iran). He is a professional engineer (P.Eng) in the province of Alberta, Canada.