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By Donald L. Katz, Robert L. Lee

Presents a accomplished remedy of ordinary gasoline engineering, overlaying so much operations of the gasoline engineering. it really is applicable for classes in normal fuel engineering, complex reservoir engineering and petroleum engineering provided in departments of chemical engineering. The vast assurance levels from geology and rock houses to fluid movement in porous media, fuel processing and present improvement.

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2. I I -e \ I11UC~R I I _. __1 \ I SL\JIXiE DEWATERING VACUUM FILTRATIO CENTRIFUGATION DISrosAL - I~INERATION I Conventional secondary municipal waste-treatment plant. activated sludge or trickling filter process then flows to the secondary sedimentation basin where 70-90 percent of the remaining suspended solids are removed by gravity settling. Effluent from the secondary sedimentation basin is chlorinated and discharged to a receiving stream. The solids captured in the primary and secondary sedimentation basins are called primary sludge and secondary sludge, respectively.

12 Cl ~ ~ 10 8 0 10 15 20 25 POLYAMINE OOSAGE (LB/TON OF DRY SOLIDS) Fig. 11. Dissolved air flotation of activated sludge with a cationic polyelectrolyte. Without treatment, the floated sludge solids were 9 tons/day. 0 Ib/ton of dry solids, the floated solids were increased to between 10 and 19 tons/day. 9%. 20 lb/ft /hr. 00/dry ton of solids. Goodman (45) mentioned that an acrylamide - B-methacryloyloxyethyltrimethylarnmonium methylsulfate (AM/MTMMS) copolymer would 50 HOWARD G. FLOCK AND EMERSON G.

G-R-rr--' WATER r----------, CHAMBER OR PREAERATION ~=~ TRICKLING FlLTE:R/----I I I Fig. 7. PRIMARY SLurx;E SECONDARY EFFLUENT Cl SECONDARY SECONDARY C1 SEDIMENTATION ~EF:":'FL;':;'IJE':":::NT""---=~ SECONDARY SLU[x;E Conventional secondary treatment; inorganic chemical and polyelectrolyte addition for phosphate removal in muniCipal secondary waste-treatment plants. Flock et al (34) reported that the plant application of lime and hydrolyzed polyacrylamide to the trickling filter effluent would increase the removal of phosphate in the secondary sedimentation basin.

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