Environmental Engineering IV, 1st Edition

  • Artur Pawlowski
  • Published By: CRC Press
  • ISBN-10: 1315887487
  • ISBN-13: 9781315887487
  • DDC: 628
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 578 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released March 2016
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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Environmental engineering has a leading role in the elimination of ecological threats, and deals, in brief, with securing technically the conditions which create a safe environment for mankind to live in. Due to its interdisciplinary character it can deal with a wide range of technical and technological problems. Since environmental engineering uses the knowledge of the basic sciences – biology, chemistry, biochemistry and physics – it is able to neutralise pollution in all the elements of the environment, i.e. the hydrosphere, atmosphere and lithosphere. Moreover, environmental engineering deals with the design and maintenance of systems of water supply, sewage disposal, heating, ventilation and air-conditioning in buildings.

Environmental Engineering IV assesses the state of scientific research in various areas of environmental engineering, evaluates the organizational, technical and technological progress made in contributing to ecological security, and determines the place of environmental engineering in sustainable development, taking into account current political and economic conditions, and is a valuable source of information for the environmental engineering professional and academic community.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Table of Contents.
About the Editors.
1: Strategy for the Security of Energy Resources in Poland—Renewable Energy Sources.
2: Prediction of Precipitation Quantities for Designing Sewage System.
3: Economical and Reliability Criterion for the Optimization of the Water Supply Pumping Stations Designs.
4: Multidimensional Comparative Analysis of Water Infrastructures Differentiation.
5: Economic Effect of the Liquid Soil Technology Compared to Traditional Sewage System Construction Methods.
6: Numerical Modeling of Water Flow through Straight Globe Valve.
7: An Evaluation of Potential Losses Associated with the Loss of Vacuum Sewerage System Reliability.
8: Analysis of Water Pipe Breakage in Krosno, Poland.
9: Analysis and Assessment of the Risk of Lack of Water Supply Using the EPANET Program.
10: Application of Hybrid System Ultrafiltration Reverse Osmosis in Geothermal Water Desalination.
11: The Removal of Anionic Contaminants from Water by means of Miex®Doc Process Enhanced with Membrane Filtration.
12: Possibilities of Using Treated Water Analyses to Monitor Groundwater Chemistry Evolution.
13: The Influence of Natural Organic Matter Particle Size on the Haloacetic Acids Formation Potential.
14: Adsorption of Phenol on Clinoptilolite Modified by Cobaltions.
15: Treatment of Dairy Wastewater by Ozone and Biological Process.
16: Application of the Computer Simulations to Determine an Operation Strategy for Intensification of Denitrification.
17: Organic Matter Removal Efficiency in Treatment Wetlands Simulation by Cod Fractions.
18: Removal of Nitrogen and Phosphorous Compounds by Zeolites and Algae.
19: Influence of Nitrogen and Organic Matter Fractions on Wastewater Treatment in Treatment Wetland.
20: Specific Impact of Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal from Wastewater on Fermentation Gas Generation.
21: Detection of Cryptosporidium, Giardia and Toxoplasma in Samples of Surface Water and Treated Water by Multiplex-PCR.
22: Fecal Indicators Resistance to Antimicrobial Agents Present in Municipal Wastewater.
23: Rational Method of Grit Chamber Efficiency Determination.
24: Sewage Sludge Mass Minimization Technology—from Legislation to Application.
25: Dewatering of Sewage Sludge Conditioned by means of the Combined Method of Using Ultrasound Field, Fenton's Reaction and Gypsum.
26: The Use of Combined Methods in Sewage Sludge Conditioning before Centrifuging Process.
27: Verification Process for Sewage Sludge Treatment.
28: The Influence of Sonication Parameters on the Disintegration Effect of Activated Sludge.
29: Mobility of Heavy Metals in Sewage Sludge from Diversified Wastewater Treatment Plant.
30: Double-Agent Method of Sludge Conditioning.
31: An Experimental Research on the Influence of the Main Properties of Sewage Sludge on Syngas Composition.
32: Use of Sewage Sludge-Compost in Remediation of Soil Contaminated with Cu, Cd and Zn.
33: Variability of Nutrients in Co-Digestion of Sewage Sludge and Old Landfill Leachate.
34: Co-Digestion of Organic Fraction of Municipal Solid Waste with Different Organic Wastes: A Review.
35: Indicators Influencing the Course of the Thermophilic Phase of Composting Process.
36: Humic Acids Complexes with Heavy Metals in Municipal Solid Wastes and Compost.
37: Influence of Em Bio™ on Changes in Contents of Macroelements in the Compost Produced from Municipal Sewage Sludge Mixed with Different Components.
38: The Influence of the Compost Mixture Composition on the Reduction of PAHs Concentration in the Process of Composting.
39: Mitigation of BTEXs and P-cymene Emission from Municipal Solid Waste Landfills by Biofiltration—Preliminary Results of Field Experiment.
40: Associative Rules for Daily Air Pollutant Concentration Profiles.
41: Concentrations and Chemical Composition of Ambient Dust at a Traffic Site in Southern Poland: A One-Year Study.
42: Odour Impact Range Assessment of a Chosen Distillery on the Basis of Field Measurements in the Plume.
43: Opportunities of Assessing the Atmospheric Air Pollution by Using the Object-Oriented Programing and Statistics.
44: Magnetometry Application to the Analysis of Air Pollutants Accumulated on Tree Leaves.
45: The Magnetometric Study of Indoor Air Pollution inside Flats Located in Warsaw and Its Suburbs.
46: Assessment of Fuel Suitability for Low-Emission Biomass Combustion.
47: Low Emission High Temperature Air Combustion Technology (HTAC)—Numerical Analysis of Methane Ignition Phenomenon.
48: Testing and Evaluation of Novel CO2 Adsorbents.
49: Removal of Hydrogen Sulphide from Air by Means of Fe-EDTA/Fiban Catalyst.
50: A Ground Source Heat Pump with the Heat Exchanger Regeneration— Simulation of the System Performance in a Single Family House.
51: Experimental Study of Thermal Stratification in a Storage Tank of a Solar Domestic Hot Water System.
52: Critical Flow Factor of Refrigerants.
53: Processes of Heat Transfer in Variable Operation of Radiant Floor Heating System.
54: Study of Different Parameters Impact on Heat Consumption in Education Buildings.
55: The Actual and Calculated Thermal Needs of Educational Buildings.
56: Effect of Personalized Ventilation on Individual Employee Performance and Productivity.
57: Application of the Background Oriented Schlieren (BOS) Method for Visualization of Thermal Plumes.
58: Noninvasive Moisture Measurement in Building Materials.
59: Fuel Cell as Part of Clean Technologies.
60: Identification of Heat Transport Processes in Solar Air Collectors.
61: Computer Modeling of the Mass Transport Influence on Epilayer Growth for Photovoltaic Applications.
62: The Investigation of Electron Transfer Mechanism in Dye-Sensitized Solar Cells.
63: Thermal System Diagnostics through Signal Modeling.
64: Influence of the Liquid Phase Epitaxy Conditions of Growth on Solar Cells Performance.
65: Life Cycle Assessment of Solar Hot Water System for Multifamily House.
66: Effect of the Gas Absorption Chiller Application for the Production of Chilled Water.
67: Cost-Effectiveness Terms of a Wind Energy Investment.
68: Financial Evaluation of Heat and Electrical Energy Cogeneration in Polish Household.
69: The Influence of Leachate Composition on Anaerobic Digestion Stability and Biogas Yields.
70: Effect of Overburden Management in Open Cast Limestone Mining on Soil Quality in Reclamation of Post-Extraction Pits.
71: Application of Non-Ionic Surfactant in the Remediation of PAHs Contaminated Soil.
72: Effectiveness of the Household Hybrid Wastewater Treatment Plant in Removing Mesophilic, Psychrophilic and Escherichia Coli Bacteria.
73: The Effect of Ion Exchange Substrate on Plant Root System Development During Restoration of Sandy Mine Spoil.
74: Equilibrium and Studies on Sorption of Heavy Metals from Solutions by Algae.
75: Use of Plants for Radiobiomonitoring Purposes.
76: Attachment of Silica and Alumina Nanoparticles as Studied by QCM.
77: Thermal Treatment for the Removal of Mercury from Solid Fuels.