General Kinetics of Disinfection Processes

Ultraviolet Disinfection

Applications of Ultra and Microfiltration in Conjunction with Lime Softening and Other Pretreatments

Optimal Location of Booster Disinfection Stations for Residual Maintenance

Using Hydraulic Modeling for Disinfection Effectiveness

Small Physical Scale Models for the Study of Mixing in Water Distribution Reservoirs

Using Distribution System Modeling to Evaluate Treatment Plant Disinfection By-Product Control Strategies

Design and Bidding of UV Disinfection Equipment—Case Study

Control of Zebra Mussels with Ultraviolet Radiation

Optimum Conditions for Aerobic Thermophilic Pretreatment of Municipal Sludge

Ultra Violet Disinfection: A 3-year History

Ozonation as an Additional Barrier of Disinfection for Conventional Water Treatment Inactivation of Cryptosporidium

Reduction of Bromate by Granular Activated Carbon

UV or not UV? That is the Question

Locating and Operating Disinfection Boosters in Water Networks

Sodium Hypochlorite at Seattle Water's Open Reservoirs

Planning for Water Treatment for the Boston Region

CSO Treatment Using Constructed Wetlands

Evaluation of Enhanced Coagulation for DBP Control
The paper presents a pilot scale study conducted to examine the control of Disinfection By-Product (DBP) precursors by conventional and enhanced coagulation. The objectives of the study...

Measurement and Automatic Control of Chlorination
Chlorination is perhaps the most commonly utilized process for wastewater effluent disinfection. In Houston's plants sodium hypochlorite solution (bleach) is mixed with secondary effluent...





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