Water and waste water filtration. Concepts and applications

@inproceedings{Yao1971WaterAW,
  title={Water and waste water filtration. Concepts and applications},
  author={Kuan-Mu Yao and Mohammad T. Habibian and Charles R. O'melia},
  year={1971}
}
H A conceptual model for water and waste water filtration processes is presented and compared with the results of laboratory experiments. Efficient filtration involves both particle destabilization and particle transport. Destabilization in filtration is similar to destabilization in coagulation; effective coagulants are observed to be effective “filter aids.” Particle transport in filtration is analogous to transport in flocculation processes. A particle size with a minimum contact opportunity… CONTINUE READING

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