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FIGURE 9-1. Packed tower air stripper. FIGURE 9-2 Two- film theory. FIGURE 9-3 Differential section. FIGURE 9-4 An air stripping unit. FIGURE 9-5. Generalized pressure drop. correlations. FIGURE 9-6. Schematic of carbon contactor. FIGURE 9-7 Carbon contactors. FIGURE 9-8

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FIGURE 9-1

Packed tower air stripper.

slide2

FIGURE 9-2

Two- film theory.

slide3

FIGURE 9-3

Differential section.

slide4

FIGURE 9-4

An air stripping unit.

slide5

FIGURE 9-5

Generalized pressure drop

correlations.

slide6

FIGURE 9-6

Schematic of carbon contactor.

slide7

FIGURE 9-7

Carbon contactors.

slide8

FIGURE 9-8

Schematic of activated carbon adsorption systems.

slide9

FIGURE 9-9

Transport processes.

slide10

FIGURE 9-10

Carbon adsorption breakthrough Curve showing movement of an adsorption zone.

slide11

FIGURE 9-11

Laboratory breakthrough curves.

slide12

FIGURE 9-12

Bed-depth service time curves

corresponding to Table 9-4.

slide13

FIGURE 9-13

Atmospheric pressure steam stripping column.

slide14

FIGURE 9-14

Vacuum steam stripper.

slide15

FIGURE 9-15

Mass transfer across trays.

slide16

FIGURE 9-16

Construction of

McCabe-

Thiele

diagram.

slide17

FIGURE 9-17

Completed McCabe-Thiele diagram.

slide18

FIGURE 9-18

Design curve—constant bottoms concentration.

slide19

FIGURE 9-19

Plate types.

slide20

FIGURE 9-20

Equipment arrangement for a typical UV/H2O2 system.

slide21

FIGURE 9-21

Destruction of chlorinated

organics by ozone with and

without UV radiation.

slide22

FIGURE 9-22

Reaction of ozone in aqueous solution.

slide23

FIGURE 9-23

Degradation of phenol by ozone.

slide24

FIGURE 9-24

Control of H2O2 dosage by ORP.

slide25

FIGURE 9-25

Decomposition of trichlorethylene with

H2O2, UV and H2O2 UV.

slide26

FIGURE 9-26

Destruction of halogenated aliphatics by H2O2 +UV at 20C.

slide27

FIGURE 9-27

Control of cyanide destruction by

ORP.

slide28

FIGURE 9-28

Schematic diagram of an SCF process for extracting organic compounds from water using CO2.

slide29

FIGURE 9-29

Process schematic diagram for SCF oxidation of an aqueous waste.

slide30

FIGURE 9-30

Pressure temperature phase

diagram for water.

slide31

FIGURE 9-31

Variation in reduced density (ρR ) near the critical point for a pure compound.

slide32

FIGURE 9-32

Generalized reduced viscosities.

slide33

FIGURE 9-33

Properties of water at 250 atm.

slide34

FIGURE 9-34

Operation of electrodialysis systems.

slide35

FIGURE 9-35

Schematic of electrodialysis system.

slide36

FIGURE 9-36

Three-compartment electrodialysis cell.

slide37

FIGURE 9-37

Pickle liquor recovery process.

slide38

FIGURE 9-38

Pictorial explanation of reverse osmosis.

slide39

FIGURE 9-39

Flow diagram for a reverse osmosis system treating plating rinsewater.

slide40

FIGURE 9-40

Reverse osmosis unit.

slide41

FIGURE 9-41

Batch and continuous ultrafiltration operations.

slide42

FIGURE 9-42

Verification of the solute permeation

model for Tomhannock natural organic

matter (NOM).

slide43

FIGURE 9-43

The effect of operation protocol on aggregate permeate concentration and mass throughput (molecular weight

separation).

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