Robert Grace offers practical guidance for the construction of marine outfalls to carry treated wastewater from land to sea, along with detailed case studies that describe the particular challenges accompanying a construction project at sea ...
Author: Robert A. Grace
Publisher: Amer Society of Civil Engineers
Robert Grace offers practical guidance for the construction of marine outfalls to carry treated wastewater from land to sea, along with detailed case studies that describe the particular challenges accompanying a construction project at sea.
This book concerns the design of marine wastewater disposal systems: that is an ocean outfall plus treatment plant.
Publisher: IWA Publishing
This book concerns the design of marine wastewater
This book, edited by two leading experts on wastewater management for coastal cities, delves deeply into the ecological and oceanographic fundamentals that are essential for understanding of what happens to wastes discharged into the ...
Author: Charles G. Gunnerson
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
Protection of coastal waters from direct pollution by coastal cities is a vital task in preserving marine ecosystems and promoting human health. This book, edited by two leading experts on wastewater management for coastal cities, delves deeply into the ecological and oceanographic fundamentals that are essential for understanding of what happens to wastes discharged into the nearshore marine environment. It explains the requirements for rational engineering design and operation of the physical and institutional components of coastal city wastewater management, and it provides guidelines for hydraulic design, ocean outfall construction, monitoring, cost recovery, and other economic aspects. Case studies are included, drawn from the editors' worldwide field experience.
Peter M. Tate, Salvatore Scaturro, Bruce Cathers Marine outfalls are used to ... A very brief summary of the construction of a marine outfall is provided.
Author: Manhar R. Dhanak
This handbook is the definitive reference for the interdisciplinary field that is ocean engineering. It integrates the coverage of fundamental and applied material and encompasses a diverse spectrum of systems, concepts and operations in the maritime environment, as well as providing a comprehensive update on contemporary, leading-edge ocean technologies. Coverage includes an overview on the fundamentals of ocean science, ocean signals and instrumentation, coastal structures, developments in ocean energy technologies and ocean vehicles and automation. It aims at practitioners in a range of offshore industries and naval establishments as well as academic researchers and graduate students in ocean, coastal, offshore and marine engineering and naval architecture. The Springer Handbook of Ocean Engineering is organized in five parts: Part A: Fundamentals, Part B: Autonomous Ocean Vehicles, Subsystems and Control, Part C: Coastal Design, Part D: Offshore Technologies, Part E: Energy Conversion
Herrenknecht machines have installed in numerous marine outfall systems safely beneath the seabed, such as sewer and brine outlets or landfall constructions ...
Author: Mahad Baawain
This book collects current scientific information on advanced technologies and management practices associated with the desalination industry in the Middle East and elsewhere around the world. The book opens with introductory chapter which briefly recounts the history of desalination, and describes the current state of development in the field. Part I: Desalination Systems includes ten chapters which describe a variety of techniques and designs intended not only to minimize the impact of desalination, but also to save energy and use natural resources to maximize the output of integrated desalination systems. Among the highlights are a chapter on the use of ceramic membrane technology for sustainable oil water production; a case study on the use of solar heating systems in desalination technology in Oman; discussion of fouling and its effect on design and performance of desalination systems; a review of shore approaches and sea-lines with case studies from Australia and Germany; and a discussion of the integration of desalination technology with renewable energy for climate change abatement in the Middle East and North Africa region. Part II: Environmental Systems includes among others a chapter on regulating the use of water resources and desalination technology on a regional scale reducing the carbon footprint of desalination, with examples from Australia; a description of desalination for irrigation in the Souss Massa region in the south of Morocco; a study of the impact of the coastal intake environment on operating conditions of thermal desalination plants in the United Arab Emirates; a discussion of hydrodynamic and thermal dispersion modeling of the effluent in a coastal channel, with a case study from Oman; and a mathematical model study of effluent disposal from a desalination plant in the marine environment at Tuticorin in India. The book aims to inspire developments in desalination technologies which are specifically aimed at reducing energy consumption and cost, and minimizing environmental impact.
The ocean is the ultimate sink for all liquid waste and has for many years been the recipient of both treated and untreated sewage waste. This book offers a comprehensive study on the subject of ocean disposal of these effluents.
Author: Ian R Wood
Publisher: World Scientific
The ocean is the ultimate sink for all liquid waste and has for many years been the recipient of both treated and untreated sewage waste. This book offers a comprehensive study on the subject of ocean disposal of these effluents. The early chapters cover the philosophy of outfall design, properties of sewage from developed towns and an overview of water quality regulations in New Zealand, Great Britain and the U.S. Alternative ways of satisfying these regulations are discussed. The book also provides information required to design outfall pipelines and diffusers. The methods of calculating the initial dilution and the investigations necessary to compute the further dispersion of the effluent are discussed. A brief discussion of the problems of salt water intrusion, of outfall construction and post construction monitoring is presented at the end of the book. Contents:Ocean Disposal of WastewaterThe Standards for Water Quality and the Legislation for These StandardsThe Quality of Untreated and Treated EffluentThe Behaviour of a Buoyant Jet in a Stationary Uniform EnvironmentThe Behaviour of a Merging Array of Buoyant Jets in a Stationary Uniform EnvironmentThe Dilutions from a Standard DiffuserThe Creation of the Effluent Field at the Ocean SurfaceThe Behaviour of Single and Merging Buoyant Jets in a Stratified OceanThe Preliminary Design for the Initial Dilution in a Stationary Ambient FluidThe Detailed Diffuser DesignThe Effect of Currents on the Initial Dilution of a Buoyant Jet Rising in an Unstratified FluidThe Effects of a Moving Stratified Fluid on Initial Dilution of a Single Buoyant JetGround Effects and the Effect of a Current on the Instability of Single Buoyant PlumesThe Effects of Currents on the Final Submerged or Surface FieldOceanographic Investigations for OutfallsInactivation of Faecal Indicator BacteriaNumerical Modelling of Wastewater Plume Advection, Dispersion and DecayTunnelled Ocean OutfallsOutfall MonitoringOutfall Construction Readership: Civil, environmental and chemical engineers and consultants. keywords:Ocean Outfall;Water Quality;Jets and Plumes;Dilution;Dispersion;Oceanography;Models;Effluent;Wastewater;Diffuser;Pipe Hydraulics;Legislation;Sewage Effluent;Bacteria;Outfall Investigation;Design;Monitoring and Construction, Modeling “… an invaluable resource for researchers, designers, teachers and students … The reader is treated to an interesting set of discussions and examples from sources in New Zealand, Australia, the United Kingdom, the United States and elsewhere. This international flavour is refreshing and is sustained throughout the book … a comprehensive set of references … which will be invaluable to researchers in this field.” Gregory Lawrence Univ. British Colombia, Vancouver