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    Title      : Environmental Engineering II
    Subject      : Civil Enginnering
    copyright © 2018   : Y M Shivamurthy
    Author      : Y M Shivamurthy
    Publisher      : Sai Vidya Institute of Technology
    Chapters/Pages      : 8/206
    Total Price      : Rs.      : 94
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    INTRODUCTION Total views (0)  
    If proper arrangements for the collection, treatment and disposal are not made, they will go on accumulating and create foul condition. If untreated water is accumulating, the decomposition of the organic materials it contains can lead to the production of large quantity of mal odorous gases.
    Pages: 22
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    DESIGN OF SEWERS Total views (0)  
    After the determination of the quantity of sewage, variation in the quantity, the next step is to design the sewer section, which will be economical as well as can take the required discharge at self cleaning velocity.
    Pages: 26
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    SEWER APPURTENANCES Total views (0)  
    Sewage flowing in the sewer line contains a large number of impurities in the form of silt, fats, oils, rags etc.
    Pages: 20
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    The objective of sampling is to collect representative sample. Representative sample by means a sample in which relative proportions or concentration of all pertinent components will be the same as in the material being sampled.
    Pages: 29
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    DISPOSAL OF EFFLUENTS Total views (0)  
    To eliminate or reduce danger to the public health by possible contamination of water supplies. To render the sewage inoffensive without causing odour or nuisance.
    Pages: 20
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    TREATMENT OF WASTE WATER Total views (0)  
    The principal objective of wastewater treatment is generally to allow human and industrial effluents to be disposed of without danger to human health or unacceptable damage to the natural environment.
    Pages: 25
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    SECONDARY TREATMENT Total views (0)  
    Wastewater leaving the primary settling tank has lost about 40 to 60 % of the suspended matter contained in the sewage, but it still has a high BOD.
    Pages: 41
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    Anaerobic Sludge Digestion Total views (0)  
    The end products of the treatment process are effluent and sludge. Sludge may be primary or secondary depending upon the whether the treatment was primary or secondary. Raw sludge or primary sludge is usually odourous and contains high amount of organic matter in it.
    Pages: 23
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