DWA-Topics T4/2016 - Design of wastewater treatment plants in hot and cold climates (EXPOVAL) - corrected version May 2019


product variant

Product number: TH-BIZ-11.3 E-19
The design of wastewater and sludge treatment plants under deviating wastewater and climatic conditions in other countries requires an amendment of existing design rules compliant to the DWA Set of Rules, which have been primarily developed for Central European conditions. This concerns, for example, the consideration of high or low wastewater temperatures, increased salt content or special discharge requirements. Within the framework of the „EXPOVAL“ research project funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF), internationally applicable design approaches have been developed. The results have been prepared for this volume in the form of internationally applicable design approaches and supplement the DWA Set of Rules accordingly. The new and extended design approaches include activated sludge plants, trickling filter systems and wastewater ponds, UASB-reactors, plants for anaerobic sludge stabilisation and solar sewage sludge drying, aeration systems and the elimination of helminth eggs. Practical calculation examples are presented for all processes. In addition to the extension and adaptation especially to different temperature conditions, the design approaches in this volume were uniformly converted to the internationally widespread monitoring practice by means of daily average values and to the chemical oxygen demand (COD) for the cleaning objective of carbon degradation.
Ausgabe: Mai 2019
Format: A4
Gruppe: Municipal Wastewater Treatment
ISBN: 978-3-88721-615-3
Kategorie: Topics/Reports
Seitenzahl: 304
Sprache: English
Verlag: DWA
Preview "DWA-Topics T4/2016 - Design of wastewater treatment plants in hot and cold climates (EXPOVAL) - corrected version May 2019"

Products related to this item

Activated Sludge Expert with Aeration
The combined version includes both the calculation to DWA-A 131 (June 2016) for the design and recalculation of single-stage activated sludge plants as well as additionally the design and recalculation of pressurized aeration systems according to DWA-M 229-1.
DWA-Topics - Non-Potable Water Reuse - Development, Technologies and International Framework for Agricultural, Urban and Industrial Uses - June 2019
This report is intended to provide general guidance for water utilities, consulting engineers and regulatory agencies for planning and expanding non-potable water reuse as an alternative freshwater supply, in particular for agricultural irrigation, urban landscape irrigation and other urban uses, and industrial practices.
Standard DWA-A 272E - Principles for the Planning and Implementation of New Alternative Sanitation Systems (NASS) - June 2014
In addition to the basic principles and the system design of New Alternative Sanitation Systems (NASS), this Standard presents in particular the specific characteristics, which, compared to conventional systems, are to be considered during conception, planning, construction and operation. By a description of the essential aspects and the approach to comparative evaluation of different concepts, including NASS, the effects of the chosen systems on all relevant protection goals and criteria can be considered comprehensively.