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Produced Water Treatment - 2860685936

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Produced Water Treatment

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Chemical Treatment Of Produced Water To Reduce Formation Damage - 2863378639

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Chemical Treatment Of Produced Water To Reduce Formation Damage

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Chemical Treatment of Produced Water to Reduce Formation Damage - 2861892505

293,87 zł

Chemical Treatment of Produced Water to Reduce Formation Damage



Plant Modification to Re-use the Produced Water After Gas De-hydration - 2859263505

162,40 zł

Plant Modification to Re-use the Produced Water After Gas De-hydration LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

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Simple modification of NGL plant process flow to treat the produced water in Oil and Gas industry. If produced water meets appropriate water quality criteria, it may be used beneficially for purposes such as irrigation, livestock watering, aquifer storage, stream flow augmentation, and municipal and industrial uses. Treatment may be required to improve the quality of produced water so that it can be put to beneficial use as in our paper as the produced water was injected to the Sewage Treatment Unit with different ratios to digest the Oil and Glycols by the Microorganisms using additional Nutrient, Continual monitoring for oil content and the glycols concentration using oil in water instrument and gas chromatograph to monitor the progress to know the optimum injection rate of the produced water to the Sewage Treatment unit which was 100:900 respectively .


Microbial cell based power generation and waste water treatment - 2862422629

229,66 zł

Microbial cell based power generation and waste water treatment LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The concern about global warming effects by continuous exploitation of non renewable fossil fuels and scarcity of electricity generation accelerates the urge for searching alternative source of energy. Development of Microbial fuel cell using microbes present in waste water is the novel approach to treat this hurdle. Apart from biopower generation, it acts as a biosensor. Microbes metabolizes the organic matter present in waste water during the process electricity is generated. Within course of time the wastewater is treated with Chlorella vulgaris for the removal of phosphate for about 50 percent present in water. The amount of electricity generated has increased. The biomass thus produced, can be used for biofuel generation. For further purification of this treated wastewater, a novel method of treating it with Strychnos potatorum (chilla ginjalu) seeds is attempted.


Impact of UV Disinfection on Biological Stability - 2212827245

569,60 zł

Impact of UV Disinfection on Biological Stability IWA Publishing

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Interest in UV disinfection has increased significantly in recent years, due its ability to inactivate Cryptosporidium parvum. Although UV disinfection shows significant promise for inactivation of Cryptosporidium, very few investigations have examined the impact of UV disinfection on biological stability in distribution systems. Biologically stable water is defined as drinking water that does not promote the growth of microorganisms and is typically achieved either through the removal of substrate and/or by providing a secondary disinfectant. At present there is little information concerning potential synergies between UV treatment and secondary disinfectants for improving biological stability. The overall objective of the research was to evaluate the effect that UV disinfection has on biofilm growth in drinking water distribution systems. In addition, the project's sub-objectives were to (1) determine the potential synergistic effects between primary disinfection with UV treatment and secondary disinfection for controlling bacterial regrowth; (2) compare the effectiveness of chlorine dioxide, free chlorine, and monochloramine for limiting bacterial regrowth in the presence and absence of UV treatment; (3) characterize the chemical intermediates formed during UV/CI2 photocatalysis of natural organic matter; and (4) examine the potential impact of UV/CI2 treatment on the biodegradability of natural organic matter (NOM) for three drinking water utilities. The research was conducted in three phases: Phase 1 provided a direct comparison of chlorine---based disinfectants following UV disinfection; Phase 2 examined the biodegradability of humic material that had been photocatalyzed with UVICI2; and Phase 3 characterized the organic by--products produced following UVICI2 catalysis of post-filtered water obtained from three water utilities. Phases 1 and 2 were conducted at bench-scale using annular reactors (ARs) to monitor bacterial regrowth. Phase 3 was conducted at bench-scale with a batch biodegradation study to monitor bacterial growth, by-product production, and organic degradation. During Phase 3, post--filtered water was collected from three water utilities and determination of biodegradability was completed.


Critical Infrastructure Protection IV - 2862137222

529,04 zł

Critical Infrastructure Protection IV Springer

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

The information infrastructure comprising computers, embedded devices, networks and software systems is vital to operations in every sector: inf- mation technology, telecommunications, energy, banking and ?nance, tra- portation systems, chemicals, agriculture and food, defense industrial base, public health and health care, national monuments and icons, drinking water and water treatment systems, commercial facilities, dams, emergency services, commercial nuclear reactors, materials and waste, postal and shipping, and government facilities. Global business and industry, governments, indeed - ciety itself, cannot function if major components of the critical information infrastructure are degraded, disabled or destroyed. This book, Critical Infrastructure Protection IV, is the fourth volume in the annual series produced by IFIP Working Group 11.10 on Critical Infr- tructure Protection, an active international community of scientists, engineers, practitioners and policy makers dedicated to advancing research, development and implementation e?orts related to critical infrastructure protection. The book presents original research results and innovative applications in the area of infrastructure protection. Also, it highlights the importance of weaving s- ence, technology and policy in crafting sophisticated, yet practical, solutions that will help secure information, computer and network assets in the various critical infrastructure sectors. This volume contains seventeen edited papers from the Fourth Annual IFIP Working Group 11.10 International Conference on Critical Infrastructure P- tection, held at the National Defense University, Washington, DC, March 15 17, 2010. The papers were refereed by members of IFIP Working Group 11.10 and other internationally-recognized experts in critical infrastructure prot- tion.


Structure and Growth Analysis of Reed Canary Grass on Mires - 2862215171

310,53 zł

Structure and Growth Analysis of Reed Canary Grass on Mires LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Książki / Literatura obcojęzyczna

This study intended to investigate the structure and growth of reed canary grass (Phalaris arundinacea) in mires with changing environmental and climatic factors. The main idea was to find out the effect of climate change in an energy grass (reed canary grass) in future. In this research, reed canary grass (RCG) growth was measured at normal condition and changed environmental condition (at higher concentration of CO2 and at higher temperature). Similarly, its growth was measured at different water level. Three different age groups of RCG were included in the treatment to see the effect of climate change on RCG age. Climate change produced mixed effect on different structural parameters of RCG. However, total biomass seems to be increased with increase in CO2 concentration and temperature with clear increment in belowground biomass. Based on this research, considerable increase in RCG growth and biomass can be predicted in future under increased CO2 concentration and higher temperature. This research is based on data from only three months. Long-term analysis is needed to quantify more precisely the degree of increment in RCG biomass.


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