Particle Sizes in Flocculation and Sedimentation: Models and Experiments
D. F. Lawler et al. developed a model for flocculation, sedimentation, and filtration and predicted the effects of particle size distribution and concentration of the influent in water...

Performance Prediction for Removal of Odorous Organics From Drinking Water by Adsorption
The authors address three questions: What do packed bed filters remove from suspension in water treatment plants? How do they accomplish this removal? How can this knowledge be used in...

Particles, Pretreatment, and Performance in Water Filtration
Relationships among raw water quality, pretreatment facilities, and the design of packed bed filters are presented and applied. The particle size, particle concentration, particle surface...

Strength of Soils in Terms of Effective Stress
The factors that determine soil strength, such as amount of confinement, density, particle size distribution, mineral friction, aging, particle crushing, and others, produce their effects...

Computer Simulation of Coagulation
Coagulation, the process of collision and coalescence of particles, modifies the size distribution of the suspended mass, continuously creating larger particles which may settle out of...

Settling Tank Design: Flocculent Suspensions

Particle Interaction and Stability of Suspended Solids
The physics of particle interaction, which is responsible for the problem of the apparent tardy settling of suspended solids in tailings discharge slurries containing initially low concentrations...

Sedimentation and Self Weight Consolidation of Dredge Spoil
Test results suggest that self weight consolidation begins when an interface forms in the settlement column and the slurry reaches a critical concentration as a result of the solid particles...

Modeling Intake Performance Under Frazil Ice Conditions
A water intake was modeled in a refrigerated flume in an active frazil icing environment in order to evaluate alternative modifications to the prototype structure. Tests were run until...

Modeling Pool and Riffle Sequences in Alluvial Channels
A one-dimensional mathematical model has been developed to predict the hydraulic characteristics of alluvial channels under low flow conditions. For a given steady discharge, channel geometry,...

Effect of Pressure Gradient on the Motion of a Sphere in an Oscillating Fluid

Elastic Waves in a Fluid-Saturated Porous Medium

Size Gradation and Stresses in Rapid Granular Flows

Cohesive Sediment Properties and Transport Processes

Entrainment, Deposition, and Transport of Sediments in Lakes

Fall Velocity of Particles in an Oscillating Flow

A Study of Ozone-Induced Coagulation

Kinetics of Bed Contact Flocculation

Indoor Aldehyde Levels in Nonoccupational Environments of a Midwestern Town

Remote Sensing Characterization of Nigerian Soils





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