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Analysis of RA-21 effluent data

John P. Fillo

Analysis of RA-21 effluent data

GFERC slagging fixed bed gasifier

by John P. Fillo

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Published by Dept. of Energy, for sale by the National Technical Information Service in [Washington], Springfield, Va .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sewage -- Analysis

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    StatementJohn P. Fillo, Michael J. Massey, Environmental Studies Institute, Carnegie-Mellon University
    SeriesFE ; 2496-24
    ContributionsMassey, Michael J., joint author, United States. Dept. of Energy, Carnegie-Mellon University. Environmental Studies Institute
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17963725M

    A complete analysis of air emis- sion, sludge, influent, and effluent at each site for each treatment will provide the data which may lead to new industrial wastewater control theories. 20 reuse, recycle and process modifications Water use practices in industry have undergone radical changes in . One of the members of your research group, Stu Dent, claims to have developed a new cracking catalyst that can be used to convert pure ethane to ethylene and hydrogen in high yields: C_2H_6 doubleheadarrow C_2H_4 + H_2 Stu claims that when the temperature and absolute pressure of the effluent stream are K and atm, respectively, the conversion of ethane is 95%. C. Influent and Effluent Data Summaries The results of all analyses performed on the SBWRP influent and effluent are summarized in tables with monthly and annual averages (and in some cases annual totals) calculated. Data that has been reevaluated as discussed in Section 1.E are explicitly indicated. All other tables and charts include all data. Abstract Wastewater-treatment-plant (WWTP) effluents are a demonstrated source of pharmaceuticals to the environment. During , a study was conducted to identify pharmaceutical compounds in effluents from WWTPs (including two that receive substantial discharges from pharmaceutical formulation facilities), streamwater, and reservoirs. The methods used to determine and quantify.

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