3 edition of Water reclamation from sewage by solvent extraction found in the catalog.
Water reclamation from sewage by solvent extraction
by Division of Industrial Research, Institute of Technology, Washington State University in Pullman
Written in English
|Statement||principal investigator, Ervin Hindin ; co-principal investigator, Gilbert H. Dunstan.|
|Contributions||Dunstan, Gilbert H., Washington State University. College of Engineering. Research Division.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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The technology of separation and cleaning of sewage waters from organic compounds by their extraction from water solution by isopropyl ether with its further separation and return for reuse is proposed and well founded. Results of the experimental investigations and kinetics of the liquid phase extraction of organic compounds from sewage waters are by: 3. In this study, feedstock interaction of cow manure and digested sewage sludge on hydrothermal liquefaction (HTL) of loblolly pine (LP) was evaluated. Noncatalytic HTL experiments were performed at reaction temperatures of , , and °C at a constant reaction time of 30 min. Cyclohexane and acetone were used for biocrude extraction by: 3.
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Yes. Water can be used to prepare Aq. extract. But you will have to adjust its temperature knob accordingly as water vaporizes at higher Water reclamation from sewage by solvent extraction book than methanol or other organic solvents. As compared to conventional resource recovery methods (e.g., solvent extraction, dialysis and precipitation), an integrated membrane separation process may be an effective alternative [31,32].
Highlights Novel technology combining extraction and adsorption. 1-Butanol achieved maximum percent sludge removal. Addition of KOH accelerated the waste sedimentation process greatly.
Acid activated clay gave the give best conditions for treating waste oil. The optimum solvent-adsorbent pair for spent lubricant oil recovery is 1-butanol/activated by: He has expertise in water supply, air pollution control, solid waste disposal, water resources, waste treatment, hazardous waste management and site remediation.
Wang is the author of over scientific papers and 17 books, and the inventor of 24 U.S. patents/5(6). treatment has spurred progress in water reclamation and reuse. The purpose of this section is to provide a brief overview of the evolution of water reclamation and reuse.
Topics considered include (1) a brief historical review of water reuse prior toand (2) significant water reclamation and reuse in the United States post This concise and modern book provides a complete overview of both solvent extraction separation techniques and the novel and unified competitive complexation/solvation theory.
This novel and unified technique presented in the book provides a key for a preliminary quantitative prediction of suitable extraction systems without experimentation Cited by: 1. Solvent extraction. Organic solvents, immiscible with water and having the capacity to dissolve pollutants, are added to wastewater for the removal of pollutants; this technique is called solvent extraction.
31,32 The most commonly used solvents are benzene, hexane, acetone and other hydrocarbons. Sometimes, a small quantity of the Cited by: Solvent extraction (SX) is based on the transfer of a solute from one liquid phase into another liquid phase. The success of this method depends upon the difference in solubility of a compound in.
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MEMBRANE MATERIALS FOR WASTE WATER RECLAMATION BY REVERSE OSMOSIS by A. Douglas M. Tagaml C. Mllstead Gulf General Atomic San Diego, California for Che FEDERAL WATER QUALITY ADMINISTRATION DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR Program # EFO Contract # FUQA Project Officer, C.
Brunner Advanced Waste Treatment Research. InDes Moines Water Works set an all time record with days that the facility was run to maintain the drinking water standard below 10 mg/l. During that same time period, an all time record of nitrate concentration in the Raccoon River, the primary source water for.
Desalination is a process that takes away mineral components from saline generally, desalination refers to the removal of salts and minerals from a target substance, as in soil desalination, which is an issue for agriculture.
Saltwater is desalinated to produce water suitable for human consumption or by-product of the desalination process is brine. The molecular interactions in binary systems consisting of water and organic solvent are considered.
The use of water with organic solvents in the extraction and purification of organic materials in the coke, oil, and chemical industries is reviewed, in Russia and by: 1. Extraction of ethanol from aqueous solution by solvent extraction-liquid-liquid equilibrium of ethanol-waterbutanol, ethanol-waterpentanol and ethanol waterhexanol systems M A Rahman, M S Rahman* & M N Nabi Department of Applied Chemistry & Chemical Technology, University of Rajshahi, Rajashahi, Bangladesh.
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WASTEWATER RECYCLE, REUSE, AND RECLAMATION CONTENTS Preface xv VOLUME I Wastewater Recycle, Reuse, and Reclamation 1 Saravanamuthu (Vigi) Vigneswaran, University of Technology, Australia Marimuthu Sundaravadivel, Macquarie University, Australia 1. Introduction 2. Wastewater Recycling and Reuse: The Concept 3.
Sources of Water Pollution Yr7 Enough Water Fit for Drinking. STUDY. PLAY. Water that has been reclaimed from sewage, grey water or stormwater systems and treated to a standard that is appropriate for its intended use.
such as a solvent or pesticide, which enters water through agriculture run off or factory discharge. Pressurized Hot Water Extraction (PHWE) PHWE is similar to PLE but employs the use of water as the extraction solvent at elevated temperature and lower pressure [,].
The report in the literature contains only few examples of PHWE pertaining to emerging and persistent organic compounds in a diversity of matrices.
The major Author: C.R. Ohoro, A.O. Adeniji, A.I. Okoh, O.O. Okoh. Waste Solvent Reclamation Process Description Waste solvents are organic dissolving agents that are contaminated with suspended and dissolved solids, organics, water, other solvents, and/or any substance not added to the solvent during its manufacture.
Reclamation is the process of restoring a waste solvent to a condition that. Chapter 4 Mass and Energy Balances water reclamation is one of the methods used by Figure Schematic of the San Jose Creek Water Reclamation Plant The raw sewage enters the primary tanks with the addition of a polymer to help coagulate the solids.
The major solids settle out and drain to an outlet to a joint water pollution controlFile Size: 93KB.It is important for the reader to understand that solvent extraction is only one unit process in a series of unit processes needed to win metal from ore.
For this reason solvent extraction must be compatible with, and complimentary to, the leaching process which precedes it and the final metal recovery process which follows (Figure 1).All the plants / herbs have very complex structure.
Most of the active ingredients present in the form of natural organic compounds. The process of extraction for a particular compound or multiple compounds are dependent on the solubility of the rich components in an extraction media such as aqua (water) or organic solvent or a mixture of organic solvents by using the principle of physical.