Design Of Remediation Systems

Author: Jimmy H Wong
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781566702171
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While numerous books are available on remediation systems, this is the first work to document and explain in full the design aspects of the subject. Based on sound engineering principles and practical construction considerations, this text explains the entire process of remediation design, from assessment to completion, and provides engineers with the tools they need to conduct a pilot test, apply the results, and design a practical, efficient system. Design of Remediation Systems first establishes the underlying principles behind each technology, then outlines the standard procedures for designing a system. This comprehensive manual explains feasibility and pilot tests, data evaluation, design considerations and parameters, calculations and equations, and construction aspects of the system. Also featured are discussions of the operation and maintenance of systems, and analysis of current trends, such as combining soil vapor extraction with air sparging. Detailed case study examples are included in each chapter. The book considers petroleum hydrocarbons as the primary contaminant, but the principles and procedures can be applied to a wide range of other contaminants. This hands-on text/reference presents a complete picture of remediation system design for engineers, students, and scientists. No other single work offers the thorough coverage of this critical aspect of remediation.

Design Of Landfills And Integrated Solid Waste Management

Author: Amalendu Bagchi
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 9780471254997
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By combining integrated solid waste management with the traditional coverage of landfills, this new edition offers the first comprehensive guide to managing the entire solid waste cycle, from collection, to recycling, to eventual disposal. * Includes new material on source reduction, recycling, composting, contamination soil remediation, incineration, and medical waste management. * Presents up-to-date chapters on bioreactor landfills, wetland mitigation, and landfill remediation. * Offers comprehensive coverage of the role of geotechnical engineering in a wide variety of environmental issues.

Knowledge Based Intelligent Information And Engineering Systems

Author: Rajiv Khosla
Editor: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 3540288953
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The four volume set LNAI 3681, LNAI 3682, LNAI 3683, and LNAI 3684 constitute the refereed proceedings of the 9th International Conference on Knowledge-Based Intelligent Information and Engineering Systems, KES 2005, held in Melbourne, Australia in September 2005. The 716 revised papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from nearly 1400 submissions. The papers present a wealth of original research results from the field of intelligent information processing in the broadest sense. The second volume contains papers on machine learning, immunity-based systems, medical diagnosis, intelligent hybrid systems and control, emotional intelligence and smart systems, context-aware evolvable systems, intelligent fuzzy systems and control, knowledge representation and its practical application in today's society, approaches and methods into security engineering, communicative intelligence, intelligent watermarking algorithms and applications, intelligent techniques and control, e-learning and ICT, logic based intelligent information systems, intelligent agents and their applications, innovations in intelligent agents, ontologies and the semantic web, knowledge discovery in data streams, computational intelligence tools techniques and algorithms, watermarking applications, multimedia retrieval, soft computing approach to industrial engineering, and experience management and information systems.

Remediation Hydraulics

Author: Fred C. Payne
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781420006841
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In situ treatments involving the arrangement of contact between prospective reactants in complex porous media require a refined understanding of solute migration. However, the tools and methods used to predict and control fluid movement in the subsurface need significant improvement. Practitioners and regulators must develop novel methods to achieve an advanced understanding of treatment mechanisms. Remediation Hydraulics addresses the need to predict and control fluid movement in the subsurface. It demonstrates how to conduct realistic assessments of contaminant plume structure and achieve contact between injected reagents and target compounds. The book describes both the advection-dispersion and continuous random walk theories of mass transport as well as explains the practical implications of each theory in remedial system design. In addition, it devotes an entire section to the development of conceptual site models and hydrostratigraphic characterization techniques that will aid practitioners in assessing the role of depositional environments in patterning groundwater flows and containment distributions. Based the authors’ sound experience at over one hundred groundwater treatment projects, this bookprovides an arsenal of relevant theories and practical applications to aid practitioners and regulators in the prediction of fluid movement in the subsurface as well as in the design of pilot to full-scale remediation systems.

Hanford Site Tank Waste Remediation Systems Twrs Management And Disposal Of Radioactive Hazardous And Mixed Wastes City Of Richland Grant County

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Groundwater And Soil Remediation

Author: Evan K. Nyer
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9781575040882
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This bestselling author presents his latest compilation of time- and cost-saving techniques, methods, and strategies for soil and groundwater remediation. This book outlines advanced technologies, including phytoremediation, air sparging, reactive zones, vacuum-enhanced recovery, and more!

In Situ Remediation Engineering

Author: Suthan S. Suthersan
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 9780203492161
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In Situ Remediation Engineering provides a comprehensive guide to the design and implementation of reactive zone methods for treatment of all major classes of groundwater contamination. It teaches the fundamentals that underlie development of cost-effective reactive zone strategies, guides the selection of cost-effective remedial strategies and provides environmental engineers and scientists with tools to achieve optimal deployment of source area, reactive barrier, and site-wide treatments. It offers extensive coverage of remedial system operation, discussing reagent injection strategies, interpretation of process monitoring results for biological and chemical reactive zone systems, and impacts of treatment processes on aquifer hydraulic characteristics.

The Handbook Of Groundwater Engineering Second Edition

Author: Jacques W. Delleur
Editor: CRC Press
ISBN: 1420006002
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A complete treatment of the theory and practice of groundwater engineering, The Handbook of Groundwater Engineering, Second Edition provides a current and detailed review of how to model the flow of water and the transport of contaminants both in the unsaturated and saturated zones, covers the production of groundwater and the remediation of contaminated groundwater.

Water Quality Engineering In Natural Systems

Author: David A. Chin
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118459377
Size: 13,82 MB
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Provides the tools needed to control and remediate thequality of natural water systems Now in its Second Edition, this acclaimed text sets forthcore concepts and principles that govern the fate and transport ofcontaminants in water, giving environmental and civil engineers andstudents a full set of tools to design systems that effectivelycontrol and remediate the quality of natural waters. Readers willfind coverage of all major classes of water bodies. Moreover, theauthor discusses the terrestrial fate and transport of contaminantsin watersheds, underscoring the link between terrestrial loadingsand water pollution. Water-Quality Engineering in Natural Systems begins withan introduction exploring the sources of water pollution and thecontrol of water pollution. It then presents the fundamentals offate and transport, including the derivation and application of theadvection–diffusion equation. Next, the text covers issuesthat are unique to: Rivers and streams Groundwater Watersheds Lakes and reservoirs Wetlands Oceans and estuaries The final two chapters are dedicated to analyzing water-qualitymeasurements and modeling water quality. This Second Edition is thoroughly updated based on thelatest findings, practices, and standards. In particular, readerswill find new methods for calculating total maximum daily loads forriver contaminants, with specific examples detailing the fate andtransport of bacteria, a pressing problem throughout the world. With end-of-chapter problems and plenty of worked examples,Water-Quality Engineering in Natural Systems enables readersto not only understand what happens to contaminants in water, butalso design systems to protect people from toxic pollutants.