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Answer: A: Determine the following after mixing of waste water with the river water. i) Com
... **Particulars of sewage thrown:** Qs =620 l/s= $0.62m^3$/sec **Concentrations(Cs):** BOD= 45mg/l Do= 3 mg/l Temperature= $24^o$C K1 at $20^o$C= 0.1 per day **Particulars of river:** Qr = $27 m^3$/sec **Concentrations(Cr):** BOD= 3 mg/l Do= 8.2 mg/l Temperature= $18^o$C **Combined disch ...
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Answer: A: The waste water of a town is to be discharges into a river stream. The quantity
... Sewage discharge= $Q_s= \frac{7 \times 10^6}{24 \times 60 \times 60 } = 81.01 \ l/s$ Discharge of river = $Q_r= 160 \ l/s$ BOD of sewage = $C_s= 260 \ mg/l$ BOD of river = $C_r=5 \ mg/l$ BOD of diluted mixture = $C= \frac{C_s.Q_s + C_r.Q_r}{Q_s + Q_r }$ $ C = \frac{260 \times 81.01 + 5 \times ...
written 12 days ago by Yash Shah0 • updated 12 days ago by Yashbeer ♦♦ 130
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Answer: A: Write a note on physic-chemical methods used for treating Industrial waste water
... The Physio-chemical methods used for treating Industrial waste water are: 1. Reverse Osmosis. 2. Electrodialysis. 3. Chemical oxidation. 4. Ion exchange. 5. Thermal reduction. 6. Air stripping. When a permeable membrane separates a dilute and a concentrated solution, the osmotic pressure dri ...
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Answer: A: Explain in detail dewatering of sludge and any two methods in detail.
... 1. Dewatering is accomplished either by air drying in Sand drying beds or by mechanical means using Vacuum filtration, centrifugation, heat drying etc. 2. Dewatered sludge may some times require further treatment such as incineration to reduce the volume and the organic content of sludge. ...
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Answer: A: Short Note : Water usage in Textile industry.
... 1. Water is used extensively throughout textile processing operations. 2. Almost all dyes, specially chemicals are used. In addition, most fabric preparation steps, including desizing, scouring, bleaching, and mercerizing etc. 3. The quantity of water required for textile processing is lar ...
written 14 days ago by Yash Shah0
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Answer: A: Draw neat sketch of manufacturing process of paper industry showing waste source
... 1. The Kraft process of pulp making uses sodium sulphate, sodium hydroxide and sodium sulphide as the digester chemicals. 2. The spent liquor produced is known as Black liquor. The black liquor is treated seperately for the recovery of chemicals. 3. The cellulosic fibre after being seperat ...
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Answer: A: inplant control measures to reduce volume of the industrial waste water
... 1. In a sugar mill, for example, cooling oil used in roller mills for tandem cooling can be collected in a sump filled with bagasse, solid waste from the same industry. 2. Bagasse absorbs large quantities of cooling oil which can be later used in boilers. 3. The overflow from evaporators can be co ...
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Answer: A: Write short note on factors to be considered in the design of sampling program.
... **Sampling** is necessary to obtain reliable data on chararcterisation and qualification of any type of waste, waste water, stream water etc. Therefore a scientific approach is needed during sampling and analysis to get maximum details. **Factors that can be considered in the design of sampling pro ...
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Answer: A: Short Note on Treatment of refineries waste.
... The treatment of refinery wastes is carried out in three steps: 1)Physical separation of free oil. 2)Chemical coagulation of emulsified oil. 3)Biological treatment for the removal of BOD, phenol and other toxic materials. - The physical separation of oil is accomplished in gravity separator ...
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Answer: A: Find out the degree of waste water treatment required for following data.
... D.O at $20^0 C$ = $9.17 \ mg/l$ (assume fire value) $\begin{aligned} \text{D.O. content of the stream} &= \text{90 % of saturation D.O.} \\ &= \frac{90}{100} \times 9.17 \\ &= 8.25 \ mg/l \end{aligned}$ $\begin{aligned} \text{Minimum D.O. to be maintained in the stream} \\ \text{Max pe ...
written 16 days ago by Yash Shah0 • updated 11 days ago by Yashbeer ♦♦ 130

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