Battling Concrete Corrosion
For decades engineers have fought concrete corrosion, but few methods have offered a long-term solution—until now. Electrochemical techniques such as electrochemical chloride extraction...

Microfiltration (MF) Ultrafiltration (UF) Performance with and without Coagulation

Impacts of CSO Swirl Concentrator on Dissolved Oxygen Concentrations in the Anacostia River
Purpose: To assess impacts of the CSO control, two continuous monitoring stations were located upstream and downstream from the CSO outfall. The monitors recorded dissolved oxygen (DO),...

Evaluating a Proposed Right-of-Way for PCCP

Measurement of pH and Redox Potential Distributions in Soil Samples for Remediation of TNT Using Microelectrode Techniques

Enhanced Trichloroethene Desorption from Long-Term Contaminated Soil Using Triton X-100 and pH Increases
Laboratory experiments were conducted to study the effect of Triton X-100 and pH changes on trichloroethene (TCE) desorption from field-contaminated soil to water. In laboratory batch...

Specification of Cu, Pb and Cr in Contaminated Sediment Effected by pH
Sediment was sampled from a contaminated river. Sequential extraction was applied to determine the speciations of Cu, Pb, and Cr in the sediment with varied pH (5–9), and the redox potential...

Use of NaOH to Control pH for Solubilization of Waste Activated Sludge
Waste activated sludge was collected from the final clarifier of a local municipal wastewater treatment plant. NaOH was used in comparison made of the controlled pH batch experiments with...

The Nature of Passivity of Reinforcing Steel

Geo-Environmental Testing Using the Envirocone®

Using pH Adjustment to Control Iron Concentrations in the Recovered Water from Aquifer Storage and Recovery (ASR) Wells

The Present State-of-the-Art of Immobilization of Hazardous Heavy Metals in Cement-Based Materials

Effect of Alkalinity on Copper Corrosion

A Study of Alkalinity Leaching and Residual Strength of Alkaline Stabilized Sludge
The addition of sufficient amounts of quicklime or other alkaline earth oxides to dewatered sludge raises both the pH and temperature of the sludge, resulting in microbial inactivation....

Ozonization of Anaerobic Sludge Dewatering Centrate for Ammonia Removal
Semi-batch ozonation experiments were carried out on settled anaerobic sludge dewatering centrate. The observed rate of ammonia decay at pH ranging between 7.5 and 8.5 was much slower...

Investigations of Potential Radical Interaction in the Formation of Brominated Organic Compounds in Water
A system has been designed that permits the examination of the formation of organic bromine compounds via a radical pathway. Hydroxyl radicals (HO)...

Effects of Molecular Oxygen and pH on the Adsorption of Aniline to Activated Carbon
This paper examines the influence of molecular oxygen and pH on the adsorption of aniline to F-300 Calgon Carbon. Molecular oxygen increased the adsorptive capacity of GAC for anilines...

Arsenic Removal Via Softening
The removal of arsenic during softening was investigated using synthetic solutions. Arsenic removal is facilitated by formation of a variety of solids including Mg(OH)2,...

Are Colloids Important for Transport Rate Assessment of Radionuclides? A Microscopic Modeling Approach
Understanding the transport phenomena of radionuclides migrating through weakly-permeable rocks forms an essential part of far-field safety assessment studies. Colloidal matter can be...

Neptunium Retardation with Tuffs and Groundwaters from Yucca Mountain
The retardation of neptunium was studied using batch sorption and column techniques. Pure mineral separates, tuffs and groundwaters from Yucca Mountain were used for these experiments....

 

 

 

 

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