Historical Perspective Dissolved Oxygen & Eutrophication Models

Biofilm Surface Positioning

O2 Limitations in CH4 and NH4+ Utilizing Biofilms

Autoxidation of Dilute Aqueous Solutions of Trichloroethylene (TCE)

Developing a Multiple Parameter Approach to Improve Process Control for Operating High and Low Rate Biological Nutrient Removal Systems

Organic Removal: Pilot Studies of Conventional Oxygen Activated Sludge and Anaerobic Selector Processes

Hydrogen Peroxide as a Source of Oxidant Capacity for the Biotransformation of Benzene, Toluene, and Xylene in Biofilms

Anaerobic Pretreatment of a Landfill Leachate for Metals and Organics Removal

Separate Stage Denitrification -- Key to Achieving a 3-3-2-0.6 AWT Effluent

Determination of Aeration System Capacity

A Comparison of a Short-Term BOD Assay to the Standard BOD5

Electron Beam Irradiation of Wastewater

Effects of Physicochemical Factors on Asphalt Aging
A new model for asphalt oxidative aging is presented. The model proposes that the kinetics of low temperature aging in the pavement temperature range is largely governed by physicochemical...

Dissolved Oxygen Predictions for Port of Stockton

Optimizing the Activated Sludge Process by Encouraging Futile Cycling
A study was conducted to demonstrate that cell yield in activated sludge processes can be decreased without increasing oxygen consumption by applying operating conditions that encourage...

Mass Balance Analysis of Decomposed Refuse in Laboratory Scale Lysimeters
Decomposition of shredded municipal refuse was studied under laboratory conditions with leachate recycle and neutralization. Cellulose and hemicellulose accounted for 91% of the methane...

Comparison of Centrifuge Performance on Oxygen Activated Sludge
This paper compares the performance of centrifuges processing high purity oxygen activated sludge with units processing conventional activated sludge. Comparisons are made both for thickening...

Water Quality Assessment in a Stochastic Stream Environment
Methodologies are presented within this article to aid in the quantification of the uncertainty in the management of stream water quality. Specifically, means are developed for: (1) establishing...

Simulation of Oxygen Dynamics in the Vadose Zone
A microcomputer model VIP (Vadose Zone Interactive Processes) was developed as an extension of the RITZ model to provide a mathematical description of land treatment systems for the disposal...

Sediment Processes and the Houston Ship Channel
A year-long field and laboratory study of sediment oxygen demand was conducted on the Houston Ship Channel. The primary objective of the work was to better understand the processes controlling...





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