From Mean Fluxes to a Detailed Experimental Investigation of the Gas Transfer Process
Three new experimental techniques are discussed which allow a much more detailed investigation of the gas transfer process than any previous techniques. Using heat as a proxy tracer for...

Tomorrow's Energy Today
If concerns about global warming, acid rain and air pollution continue to mount, replacements for fossil fuels—for a century the dominant power source in the U.S.—will be necessary to...

Process Assessment for Treatment of an EP-Toxic Sludge

Kinetics of the Oxidation of Sulfonic Acids by Hydroxyl Radicals in Aqueous Solution

The Effects of Acidic Runoff on Aluminum in Streams

Cleaning Up Coal
Coal, which fueled the industrial revolution in the 19th century and two wars in the 20th, should continue to be a major power source well into the 21st century. Its abundance keeps the...

Great Lakes Waters: Too Little or Too Much?
Water supplies in the Great Lakes Basin, the world's largest fresh water supply, are more than adequate to meet current and projected needs. However, supplies could become...

Chemically Induced Foundation Heave
The Kerr-McGee Electrolysis Plant in Henderson, Nevada has had recorded upward movements of portions of the building in excess of 18 inches. Contours of the measured heave indicate that...

Application of Field Proven Fine Bubble Membrane Aeration Technology
Fine bubble membrane diffusers represent a significant technological advancement in diffused aeration technology by providing the consistently high transfer efficiencies of fine bubble...

Longterm Response of Lakes to Acidic Deposition
The longterm response of lakes in the northeastern United States to different levels of acidic deposition was predicted by using a lumped parameter hydrologic/biogeochemical model, the...

Fate and Transport of an Acid Waste in Soil and Groundwater
A fate and transport study at a closed acid waste pond located on the shore of San Francisco Bay indicated the potential of native soil and groundwater for retarding the movement of contaminants...

Power Without Acid
Anticipating tighter acid rain controls, DOE is developing duct injection units that can be attached to existing powerplants. In a typical duct injection system, lime is sprayed into existing...

The Political Science of Acid Rain
Emission control engineers must understand the politics and science of acid rain. Current research indicates that acid rain can be connected with lake acidification. But it can not be...

Projections of Acid Rain Precursor Pollutants

Use of Source Receptor Modeling in Acid Rain Issues

Impact of Seasonal Meteorologic Variability on Acid Rain Management

How Applicable to Europe are Targetted Emission Abatement Schemes for Acidic Deposition

Multiobjective Linear Programming Model for Acid Rain Abatement

Soil Improvement Committee—Admixtures Report

Carbon Adsorption Equilibria Predictions for Volatile Organic Compounds in the Presence of Humic Acid Using Ideal Adsorbed Solution Theory

 

 

 

 

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