Water Technology Lecture 11: Wastewater Treatment, Sludge treatment
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Citation:Nicholas Frederick Gray, 'Water Technology Lecture 11: Wastewater Treatment, Sludge treatment', [presentation], Tigroney Press, 2017-11-06, Water Technology Lecture series, 11, 1, 2017-11-06
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This is the eleventh lecture in the course Water Technology dealing with sludge treatment systems. This is a PowerPoint lecture which is free to use and modify. It was designed to be used in conjunction with the course text Gray, N.F. (2017) Water Science and Technology: An Introduction, published by CRC Press, Oxford. In the lecture the following are explored: Sludge characteristics, sludge treatment, sludge thickening, anaerobic digestion, digesters, biogas, advanced sludge treatment, hydrolysis, thermal drying, solar drying, sludge drying beds centrifugation, belt press, filter press, vacuum filtration, sludge wetlands, composting.
Author: Gray, Nicholas Frederick
Type of material:presentation
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Subject:Lecture series, Tigroney Press, Gray, Nick, Wastewater, Sludge treatment, Sludge charateristics, Water technology, Sludge thickening, Anaerobic digestion, Biogas, Methane, Sludge hydrolysis, Thermal drying, Solar drying, Sludge reed bed, Sludge drying bed, Sludge belt press, Sludge filter press, Composting, Centrifuge
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