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Tables of Contents for Sewer Processes
Chapter/Section Title
Page #
Page Count
Preface
ix
Sewer Systems and Processes
1
10
Introduction and Purpose
1
3
Sewer Developments in a Historical Perspective
4
1
Types and Performance of Sewer Networks
5
2
The Sewer as a Reactor for Microbial Processes
7
2
A New Approach
9
2
Chemical and Physicochemical Aspects of In-Sewer Processes
11
26
Redox Reactions
11
14
Chemical Kinetics in a Microbiological System
25
11
References
36
1
Wastewater in Sewers - Substrates and Microbiology
37
28
Quality of Wastewater
37
3
Microbial Reactions and Quality of Substrate
40
23
References
63
2
Air-Water Equilibrium and Mass Transfer - Odors and Reaeration in Sewers
65
30
Air-Water Equilibrium Conditions
66
7
Air-Water Transport Processes
73
4
Odorous Compounds in Sewer Networks
77
8
Reaeration in Sewer Networks
85
6
References
91
4
Aerobic and Anoxic Processes - Process Concept and Model
95
34
Illustration of Aerobic Transformations in Sewers
96
3
A Concept for the Aerobic Microbial Transformations of Wastewater in Sewers
99
7
Process Descriptions
106
6
Sewer Process Model
112
3
Oxygen Mass Balance and Modeling in Sewers
115
6
Anoxic Transformations in Sewers
121
4
References
125
4
Anaerobic Processes - Sulfide Formation and Integrated Modeling
129
42
Hydrogen Sulfide in Sewers - A Historical Overview
129
2
Hydrodgen Sulfide in Sewer Networks
131
27
Anaerobic Microbial Transformations of Organic Matter in Sewers
158
2
An Integrated Aerobic-Anaerobic Model Concept for Microbial Wastewater Transformations
160
6
References
166
5
Methods for Sewer Process Studies and Model Calibration
171
34
Methods for Field-, Pilot-, and Bench-Scale Studies
171
10
Methods for Determination of Components and Parameters for Sewer Process Modeling
181
19
Final Remarks
200
1
References
201
4
Applications - Integrated Process Design and Operation of Sewers
205
24
Wastewater Design - An Integrated Approach for Wastewater Treatment
205
1
Structural and Operational Impacts on Wastewater Quality Transformations in Sewers
206
5
Tools for Prediction of Sewer Processes
211
3
Model Simulations of Sewer and Treatment Plant Interactions
214
9
Sewer Processes in an Integrated and Sustainable Perspective
223
4
References
227
2
Appendix A: Nomenclature
229
4
Index
233
4
About the Author
237
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