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Water Supply: Water Treatment - index
Chapter 1. General - ufc_3_230_08a0007
Chapter 2. Water Treatment Process
Counter-current packed column aeration.
Coagulation and flocculation.
Figure 2-1. Rectangular Sedimentation Basin
Figure 2-2. Circular Sedimentation Basin
Figure 2-3. Conical Sedimentation Basin
Filter gravel and underdrains
Figure 2-4. Schematic Of Rapid Sand Filter Operational Controls
Figure 2-5. Minimum Chlorine Residuals
Table 2-2. Summary of TTHM Regulations
Safety precautions for chlorination
Taste and odor control.
Incidental benefits of lime softening.
Cation exchange softening.
Iron and manganese control.
Removal by oxidation and filtration.
Chemical Control of corrosion.
Table 2-5 Constant B as a Function of Total Dissolved Solids
Industrial water treatment.
Chapter 3. Water Treatment Systems
Chapter 4. Measurement and Control
Chapter 5. Water Treatment Chemicals
Table 5-1. Principles Chemicals Used in Water Treatment
Table 5-1. Principles Chemicals Used in Water Treatment - Continued
Chapter 6. Water Treatment Plant Wastes
Filter wash water.
Appendix A: Water Quality Criteria and Standards
Table A-2. Maximum contaminant levels for fluoride.
Appendix B: Design Examples
Figure B-1. Flow Schematic-Water Clarification Plant
Second-stage mixing and sedimentation.
Table B-1. Chemicals for Plant Operation
Table B-2. Chemical Application
Figure B-2. Flow Schematic-Water Softening Plant
Chemical requirements for softening process.
Iron and Manganese Removal
Figure B-3. Schematic of Iron and Mangenese Removal Plant
Appendix C: Laboratories and Laboratory Analyses
Table C-2. Mimimum Laboratory Equipment for Military Treatment Plants
Table C-2. Minimum Laboratory Equipment for Military Treatment Plants - Continued - ufc_3_230_08a0064
Table C-2. Minimum Laboratory Equipment for Military Treatment Plants - Continued - ufc_3_230_08a0065
Table C-3. Minimum Laboratory Chemicals for Military Treatment Plants
Appendix D: Metric Conversion Factors
Appendix D: Metric Conversion Factors - Continued
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