2 edition of Proceedings-- first International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes found in the catalog.
Proceedings-- first International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes
International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes (1st Kings Island, Ohio)
1982 by US Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory?] in [Champaign, Ill .
Written in English
|Statement||sponsored by University of Pittsburgh in cooperation with US Army Corps of Engineers, Construction Engineering Research Laboratory,U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, U.S. National Science Foundation ; edited by Y.C. Wu ... [et al.]|
|Contributions||Wu, Yung-chih, 1923-, University of Pittsburgh, United States. Environmental Protection Agency, National Science Foundation (U.S.), Construction Engineering Research Laboratory|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 v. (xvii, 1859 p.) :|
|Number of Pages||1859|
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Wu, Ed D. Smith, R.D. Miller, Proceedings-- first International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes book. Get this from a library. Proceedings-- first International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes: April, Kings Island, Ohio. [Yung-chih Wu; University of Pittsburgh.; United States.
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Mabbott, J. W., "Structural Engineering of Plastic Media for Wastewater Treatment by Fixed-Film Reactors." Paper presented at the First International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes, King’s Island, OH, April Physicochemical Methods for Water and Wastewater Treatment covers the proceedings of the Second International Conference held in Lublin in June The papers in this compendium discuss scientific findings on how to treat water and wastewater using various physicochemical methods, such as chemical coagulation, filtration, ion exchange, and.
biological solids in fixed bed anaerobic filters. Proceedings First International Conference on Fixed Film Biological Processes, Kings Island, Ohio. David Bolzonella, Paolo Pavan, Paolo Battistoni andFranco Cecchi.
Mesophilic anaerobic digestion of waste activated sludge: influence. Smith and H. Khararjian, Activated fixed film biosystems in wastewater treatment,Proceedings of First International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Cited by: 5.
The History of Fixed-Film Waste Water Treatment Systems. Paper presented at the First International Conference on Fixed-Film. chemical Proceedings-- first International Conference on Fixed-Film Biological Processes book biological processes can be used for wastewater.
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