Environmental Engineering: A Chemical Engineering Discipline by G. LindnerEnvironmental Engineering: A Chemical Engineering Discipline by G. Lindner

Environmental Engineering: A Chemical Engineering Discipline

EditorG. Lindner, K. Nyberg

Paperback | October 24, 2011

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Chemistry and its products today play an important role in almost all industrial ac­ tivities. Chemistry has captured our homes. We are supplied with new articles in an ever-increasing stream. New uses are being discovered. Old products disappear. Continuing and fast expansion is expected for the chemical industry in its proper sense. The reason for this is, of course, that chemistry has created products which meet requirements that we consider urgent or which in different ways make work easier, and make us more efficient, thereby increasing our standard of living in a wide sense: in terms of money, more spare time, social security, better education and better public health services. But a high standard of living also implies a good living environment. A lot of what has been done in praiseworthy aspiration of a better means of support and an im­ proved standard of living has involved a wasting of non-renewable natural resources. The products themselves or their waste products may pose a threat to the objectives we are trying to attain.
Title:Environmental Engineering: A Chemical Engineering DisciplineFormat:PaperbackPublished:October 24, 2011Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9401026106

ISBN - 13:9789401026109

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Table of Contents

I General.- NATO and the Challenges of Modern Society.- Environmental Engineering - a Source of New Industries.- What About Wastes and How to Reuse Them.- The Development in the Chemical Industry with an Emphasis on Air and Water Pollution.- Location, Size, and Interaction of Chemical Plants.- II Air-Pollution - General.- Problems of Industrial Air Pollution.- Air Pollution Control in the Swedish Chemical Industry.- Mass Transfer with Chemical Reaction.- Weather and Climate Factors in Industrial Site Evaluation with Respect to Air Pollution.- Corrosion Problems as a Result of Air Pollution.- III Air Pollution-Industrial Examples and Engineering.- Air Pollution in a Sulphuric Acid Plant.- Pollution Problems in Swedish Fertilizer Industries.- Purification of the Tail Gases of Nitric Acid Plants.- Dust-Abatement in the Cement Industry.- Air and Water Pollution Problems at Petroleum Refineries.- Calculation of Mist Eliminators for Industrial Gases.- IV Air Pollution - Analysis and Monitoring Control.- Air Pollution Measuring Networks with Remotely Controlled SO2 Monitors.- Gas-Analytical Supervisory Control in Air Pollution.- Recent Advances in Automatic Continuous Chemical Analysis, Monitoring and Control.- V Water Pollution - General.- Chemical Engineering Aspects of Water Pollution Control.- Some Interactions Between Problems in Chemical Engineering and the Biological Sciences.- Flocculating Agents in Waste Water Purification and Sludge Dewatering.- VI Water Pollution - Industrial Examples and Engineering.- Industrial Waste Water Treatment by Precipitation and Ion Exchange.- Process Engineering Applied to Receiving Waters.- Process Selection and Optimisation for Water Pollution Control in the Pulp Industry.- Neutralization of Industrial Waste Waters by Lime.- Chemical Purification of Waste Water.- Methods and Processes for Waste Water Purification in the Food Industry.- VII Water Pollution - Analysis and Monitoring Control.- Application of Analytical Instrumentation to Water Pollution Abatement Programs.- The Pros and Cons of Utilization of Computer Control Within the Pollution Control Field.- COD-Monitoring Instruments.- VIII Water Pollution - Reverse Osmosis.- Reverse Osmosis in Process Engineering.- Use of Hyperfiltration and Ultrafiltration Within the Chemical and Biochemical Industries.- IX Water Pollution - Chemical and Biological Effects.- Biochemistry and Toxicology of the Waste Water in Its Effects to the Receiving Water.- Biological Nitrogen Reduction Studied as a General Microbiological Engineering Process.- Some Problems Connected with Phosphorus Removal in Sewage Plants.- Mathematical Models of Oxygen in Solutions and Biochemical Oxygen Consumption in Recipients.- X Soil - General.- Value Flow Analysis of Chemical Reprocessing of Solid Waste.- Waste Refining.- XI Solids Industry - Community Engineering.- Waste Destroying by Fluidization Techniques.- Low-Temperature Waste Solidification.- Leaching from Landfills.- Chemical Engineering Aspects on Waste - A Study on Pig Slurry from Pig Farms.- Composting of Wastes.