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Inlet water quality fluctuations affect mainly coagulant dose, and outlet water quality of the water treatment plant (WTP). Many complex physical and chemical processes are involved in WTP and water distribution networks (WDN). These technologies show non-linear behavior, which is challenging to...
In this study, the elimination of Uranyl from aqueous solution is studied using an advanced technique of extraction; emulsion liquid membrane (ELM). Experimental results for the extraction of Uranyl are presented. The membrane phase consists of Kerosene as a diluent, Cyanex 302 as a carrier and...
A novel ternary adsorbent was prepared by reductive deposition of zerovalent iron on reduced graphene oxide through in-situ polymerization of aniline. SEM/EDS study showed an irregular, porous, and heterogeneous surface morphology with iron available for As binding. Batch adsorption experiments...
Water scarcity is a complex problem that progresses very slowly over time. This study gives a procedure for the evaluation of water scarcity in a river basin. The study area is the Bharathapuzha river basin in Kerala, India. The present study has two steps (i) assessment of water scarcity using...
This study was conducted to assess scour problems at three selected bridge sites in the Tigray region, northern Ethiopia, namely the Ilala, upper Geba, and Tankwa bridges. Smart-GIS, ArcGIS, Hydrologic Engineering Centre Hydrologic Modeling System (HEC-HMS), and Hydrologic Engineering Centre...
A discrete Finite Element model is developed to simulate the nonlinear pressure-discharge relationship in water networks. The model is applied to several cases of water distribution networks. Of particular interest is the success of the developed model in predicting accurately the heads and pipe...
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