Browsing by Supervisor "Parsons, Simon"

Browsing by Supervisor "Parsons, Simon"

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  • Thornton, A. (Cranfield University, 2007-01)
    Traditional methods of ammonium removal from municipal wastewaters rely on naturally occurring biological processes, where ammonium is converted into less harmful substances before being released into the environment. ...
  • MacAdam, Jitka (Cranfield University, 2005-03)
    Scale formation in domestic appliances is a widespread problem in the UK. This project has focussed on calcium carbonate scale formation in electric showers. A literature survey identified that CaCO; deposition on heated ...
  • Bougeard, Cynthia (Cranfield University, 2009-06)
    Disinfection by-products (DBPs) in drinking water are formed when natural organic matter (NOM) that remains after initial treatment reacts with disinfectants, such as chlorine or chloramines. DBPs, which are of health ...
  • Mergen, Maxime Rodolphe Denis (Cranfield University, 2008-01)
    Seasonal periods of high rainfall and changes in land management have led to difficulties for UK water companies to remove sufficient natural organic matter (NOM) to stay in compliance with the tightening trihalomethane ...
  • Jarvis, Peter (Cranfield University, 2004-10)
    The removal of natural organic matter (NOM) at water treatment works (WTW) is essential in order to prevent toxic compounds forming during subsequent disinfection. Coagulation and flocculation processes remain ...
  • Goslan, Emma Harriet (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Industrial and Manufacturing Science; School of Water Sciences, 2003-10)
    Natural organic matter (NOM) is described as an intricate mixture of organic compounds that occurs universally in ground and surface waters. After treatment for potable use, there is NOM remaining in the water that reacts ...
  • Sharp, Emma (Cranfield University, 2005-10)
    The removal of natural organic matter (NOM) is one of the main challenges facing water utilities in both the UK and the US. As a consequence of changes in land management and an increased carbon loss from solids, a greater ...
  • Murray, C. A. (Cranfield University, 2005-10)
    increases in coagulant required to remove sufficient quantities of natural organic matter (NOM) to ensure compliance with trihalomethane (THM) regulations lead to an increase in the volume of potable sludge generated. ...
  • Murray, Daniel (Cranfield University, 2009)
    Algal and cyanobacterial1 blooms are increasingly becoming a problem to water utilities in the UK and around the world. Conditions such as increasing eutrophication and poor management of water bodies are consequently ...
  • Minervini, Davide (Cranfield University, 2008-09)
    The potential of ultrasound treatment for sludge reduction during the activated sludge process was assessed. Batch and dynamic disintegration studies were completed using an activated sludge pilot-scale plant fed with ...
  • Fearing, David Andrew (Cranfield UniversitySchool of Industrial and Manufacturing Science; School of Water Sciences, 2004-04)
    Seasonal periods of high rainfall have led to difficulties in removing sufficient natural organic matter (NOM) to meet trihalomethane (THM) standards, and hence better or alternative treatments are required. Typically ...
  • Martin, Benjamin David (Cranfield University, 2010-11)
    Phosphorus is removed from wastewater streams to prevent the ecologically harmful effects of eutrophication in receiving natural systems. Current chemical and biological techniques for removing phosphorus from wastewater ...
  • Philippe, Karine K. (Cranfield University, 2010-05)
    Removal of natural organic matter (NOM) is an ever growing challenge for water utilities as many surface waters used for drinking water in the UK exhibit increasing organics levels and it is well known that these organics ...
  • Kampas, Pantelis (Cranfield University, 2007-02)
    The removal of nutrients from the wastewaters through biological processes is a cost effective and environmentally sound alternative to chemical treatment. The primary driver for the success of the biological nutrient ...
  • Doyle, J. D. (Cranfield University, 2002-02)
    Struvite causes maintenance, and operational problems due to fouling in wastewater and sludge treatment systems. Struvite formation was initially investigated using a series of jar tests on real and synthetic sludge ...
  • Le Corre, Kristell S. (Cranfield University, 2006-10)
    Struvite crystallisation from wastewater effluents is seen as an alternative to traditional biological and chemical phosphorus removal processes used widely in the wastewater treatment industry. It presents the advantage ...