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Assessment of auxiliary backwash method for rapid sand filters

Richard C. Pohlman

Assessment of auxiliary backwash method for rapid sand filters

by Richard C. Pohlman

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Published by AWWA Research Foundation in Denver, CO .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementprepared by Richard C. Pohlman, Deborah H. Metz, and Jack DeMarco ; jointly sponsored by Awwa Research Foundation and Greater Cincinnati Water Works.
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LC ClassificationsTD
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Paginationxix, 62 p. :
Number of Pages62
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Open LibraryOL22768248M
ISBN 109781583214350
OCLC/WorldCa70292173

  A pressure fed sand filter is termed a 'High Rate' sand filter, and will generally filter turbid water of particulates no less than 10 micrometers in rapid sand filter type are periodically 'back washed' as contaminants reduce water flow and increase back pressure. A new partial-distributed damage method for progressive collapse analysis of steel frames. Journal of Constructional Steel Research. Google Scholar.

Filters shall be rapid rate gravity filters with dual or mixed media. The final filter design shall be based on the pilot plant or in-plant demonstration studies and all portions of Section , "Rapid Rate Gravity Filters." Pressure filters or single media sand filters shall not be used. Appurtenances. Number of filters out of production for backwash and rest; Volume of water which can be treated through available process trains (e.g. filters and disinfection contact time); Volume of waste water (backwash water, membrane reject water, sludge blow down, chemical make-up water, service water, and any other in-plant treated water uses); and.

The book is a complete guide on industrial pollution control in important industries like Iron and Steel, Pulp and Paper, Food processing, Chemicals, Aluminium industry, Cement, Pharmaceuticals, Paint industry and many more. This book will be very resourceful to all its readers, students, entrepreneurs, technical institution, scientist, etc. manner as rapid sand filters, and the modes of operation are very similar. However, the ion exchange medium used in open gravity softeners is much lighter than the sand used in filters, so backwash rates for open gravity softeners may also be operated upflow, but the softener will not achieve any filtering effects so the influent water must.


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47 Table 3. Backwash procedures for graded sand. 48 Table 4. Effluent quality index and porosity for series 2. 54 Table 5a. Manual backwashing procedure used on full-scale rapid 83 sand filters at Luton [86]. Table 5b. Backwashing procedure in full-scale rapid sand filters 83.

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Using coarser media sizes, higher backwash rates, inorganic rather organic coagulants and backwashing filters at least once a day may reduce the rate of mudballing in rapid filters. Assessment of Auxiliary Backwash Methods for Rapid Sand Filters.

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Thorough cleaning of the bed makes it advisable in the case of single medium filters, and mandatory in the case of dual- or mixed-media filters, to use auxiliary scour or so-called surface wash devices before or during the backwash cycle.

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The design filtration rate of rapid sand filters shall not exceed three gallons per minute per square foot of filter area. High-rate sand filters (pressure or vacuum) shall not exceed a filtration rate of 15 gallons per minute per square foot of filter area.

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Rapid rate gravity filters 41 -vi- Rapid rate pressure filters 48 Sand filters Lagoons Discharge to community sanitary sewer backwash of the prefilters a set amount of water should be discharged to waste before water flows into the bag/cartridge filter.

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