Application of Heat and Chemicals in the Control of Biofouling Events in Wells

CRC Press Inc
  • 1. Auflage
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  • erschienen am 29. Dezember 1998
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 150 Seiten
978-1-56670-385-7 (ISBN)
Application of heat and chemicals to a biofouling well is a relatively new approach for water well rehabilitation.For the first time, The Application of Heat and Chemicals in the Control of Biofouling Events in Wells explains what many microbiologists now believe is the most effective form of treatment: pasteurization and application of chemicals.Consider an increasingly prevalent alternative to traditional forms of encrustation: an approach which recognizes that water wells are conduits to the sub-surface realm, whose organisms impact the production characteristics of wells.Features
  • Englisch
  • Bosa Roca
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  • USA
Taylor & Francis Inc
  • Für Beruf und Forschung
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  • Environmental EngineersWater Treatment SpecialistsWater Resource ProfessionalsRemediation ConsultantsEnvironmental ConsultantsContact Editor: Ken McCombs
  • Höhe: 235 mm
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  • Breite: 156 mm
  • 449 gr
978-1-56670-385-7 (9781566703857)
1-56670-385-9 (1566703859)
Theoretical Perceptions of a Functioning Water WellIntroductionEarly Diagnostic Techniques for Failing Wells Symptoms Traditional Rehabilitation Techniques Recognition of Biofouling-Intrinsic Concern Recent Technological AdvancesTheoretical Appraisal: Causes of Biofouling Major Symptoms of Biofouling Plug Formation Chronological Sequence of Symptoms in Plug Formation Recalcitrant Chemical Accumulates Compromised Water Quality Production Failures Appraisal of the Causes of Biofouling Major Symptoms of Biofouling Plug FormationChronological Sequences Water Production Biofouling Process Critical Indicators: The Stages of Biofouling Chemical Indicators Reflecting Biofouling Physical Factors Influenced by Biofouling Biological Factors Influenced by BiofoulingApplication of Heat and Chemicals in the Control of Biofouling Events in WellsApplication of Heat, Background InformationHistorical Aspects of the Application of Heat Clogging Plugging BiopluggingPasteurization of Water WellsBlending Chemicals With Heat TreatmentBCHTT Developments Upper Woods River, 1988 Brookville Lake, 1990 Shaw Air Force Base, 1992 Garrison Dam, 1992 Leesville, 1992 Bofors Site, 1993 Mississippi River, 1993 Conclusions, 1988 to 1993Revisions and Retrofitting, Bringing Down the CostIntroduction Application of Jetting Selection of a Suitable Heat Source Problems: Heat and Chemical ApplicationsSuccessful Rehabilitation of Relief WellsRisk Assessments and Environmental ImpactBCHTT Treatment Applications Protocol Hazardous Waste Sites Hot Versus Cold TreatmentDiagnosis of Biofouling WellsPreventative MaintenanceTargeting the BiofoulingHazardous Waste SitesWell Biofouling Historical Background The Coliform Problem Good Record Keeping and Monitoring Performance Preventive Maintenance, The Essential ComponentDiscussionsQuestions and AnswersSummaryFinal CommentTITANIC, the Connection Between Rusticles and CloggingAppendix: Definition of Terms

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