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By Appiah Amirtharajah, S. Casey Jones (auth.), Prof. Hermann H. Hahn Ph. D., Erhard Hoffmann, Prof. Hallvard Ødegaard (eds.)

This seventh symposium within the sequence of biennial Gothenburg Symposia keeps to compile study scientists, designing and working engineers and investment and supervising directors. It additionally has enlarged the scope of its platform comprising specialsists from Western nations and primary and japanese Europe and additionally trying to bridge the distance among constructing and industrialized nations. This booklet includes the contributions to the seventh Gothenburg Symposium (Edinburgh, September 1996). Contributions through top specialists take care of the query of floc formation and separation, chemical substances, automation and regulate, consuming water remedy, wastewater therapy, leading edge approaches in wastewater therapy, mixed techniques and assets reuse. The rising want for environmental safeguard whereas utilizing chemical substances for the instant remedy of potable water and wastewater is addressed in additional and extra papers...

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Furthermore, the floc blankets in the flat-bottom units were less evident. 2 f . c 10 c . >< C co iii blankel "washout" 5 1 0 0\ 0 10 10 . 1 \ \ Sed. 4. Results of blanket sampling at Site B 60 I 30 Blanket Solids Concentration in Floc Blanket Clarifiers 2S tanks are shown in Figure 4. This showed quite clearly that the flat-bottom units were being operated sometimes at too great an upflow rate so that washout could occur. The blankets in all the clarifiers were sampled during a period when' the flow through the works was relatively constant.

Am. Water Wks. Assoc. : Sedimentation and Fluidisation: Part I. Trans. Instn Chern. : Behaviour of Suspensions. J. Instn Wat. K. R. J. M. Head and N. J. D. Oraham Dept. K. Temperature Influences and Structure in the Sweep Floc Domain D. H. Bache, E. Rasool, C. Johnson, and J. F. McGilligan Abstract This paper describes an experimental investigation into the extent and potential causes of the weakening of alum flocs at low temperatures. A suspension of rice starch granules was coagulated with alum and the optimal pH identified at 5, 20 and 40°C.

Growth is always carried out with monomodal size distributions similar in shape and with a slight skewness toward the smaller sizes (Fig. la). These distributions collapse onto a time independent master curve when replotted against a reduced size coordinate, behaviour which is usually referred to as dynamic scaling [4]. Floc degradation follows and is also characterized at low flocculant concentrations by a monomodal size distribution with a skewness toward the larger sizes. However, beyond the optimal flocculant concentration 'as defined by a jar test, a well-separated bimodal distribution is consistently observed (Fig.

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