Rotating Equipment for the Water and Sewage Industries
A collection of papers presented at a seminar on rotating equipment for the water and sewage industries. Subjects covered include screenings removal at Portsmouth's long seal outfall headworks, optimization of disc spacing in the rotating biological surface bioreactor, a review of developments in testing and refurbishment of water pumps and the development of high performance submersible mixers.
- Paperback | 84 pages
- 200 x 250mm | 320g
- 01 Jan 1992
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Professional Engineering Publishing
- Bury St Edmunds, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Screenings removal at Portsmouth's long seal outfall headworks, D.J.Cole; optimization of disc spacing in the rotating biological surface bioreactor, A.J.P.Spragg and D.P.Pym; a review of developments in testing and refurbishment of water pumps, S.J.O'Neill; the thermodynamic method of monitoring efficiency in the 90's, A.J.Milne and A.N.Bolton; factors affecting the design and performance of centrifugal compressors for waste water treatment plants, R.P.Williams; optimising the configuration of centrifugal compressors for the aeration treatment of sewage, E.Swain and W.A.Connor; a new recirculation pump for denitrification, G.Feldle; the development of high performance submersible mixers, B.Gustavsson et al.