Advances in Environmental Research. Volume 58

Justin A. Daniels (Editor)

Series: Advances in Environmental Research
BISAC: SCI026000

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In Chapter One, Alexander M. Liudchik and Siarhey D. Umreika begin by deliberating on the problem of spectrophotometric determination of gas medium composition in its customary formulation and then define a method of accounting for the errors from different sources, thus allowing for estimation of uncertainties in the contents of individual components. In Chapter Two, Oleg V. Trifonov and Vladimir P. Cherniy give an overview of current research on the pipeline-soil interaction modeling, examine a variety of modeling approaches, and describe the environment for correct application of different soil models. In Chapter Three, Alexander Y. Galashev studies the spectral properties of clusters of water that have absorbed NOx molecules.

Next, Dr. Francis Orata recommends two consecutive points of sewage and wastewater treatment, including dispersed treatment at the pollutant production facility or at the source, during Chapter Four. In Chapter Five, G. Lovato, R. Albanez, J.N. Albuquerque, P. Cola, R.S. Celestino, S.E. Vogel, M. Fukuyama, F.E. Hirata, F.H. Saito, S.M. Ratusznei, and J.A.D. Rodrigues explore the application of an AnSBBR (anaerobic sequencing batch biofilm reactor) of 3.0 L treating 1.0 L per cycle with agitation operated at 30°C in batch and fed-batch mode in the co-digesting cheese whey with glycerin for methane production. In Chapter Six, Bingqi Zhu researches the chemical weathering process of detrital sediments in the hyper-arid area, basing his study on major-element components of deposits from the Taklamakan Desert in China. After, J. F. Pérez, J. Llanos, C. Sáez, C. López, M. A. Rodrigo, and P. Cañizares present a study using 100 different samples collected from a variety of manufacturing processes within a chemical synthesis pharmaceutical manufacturing plant in Chapter Seven. Lastly, Chapter Eight presents a study investigating the application of an anaerobic sequencing batch biofilm reactor of .0 L treating 1.0 L per cycle with recirculation of the liquid phase operated at 30°C in batch and fed-batch mode in the treatment of xylose based wastewater, with the core intent of producing methane. (Imprint: Nova)

Preface

Chapter 1. The Theory of Spectrophotometric Measurements of Medium Composition in Vector Representation
Alexander M. Liudchik and Siarhey D. Umreika (National Ozone Monitoring Research Centre, Belarusian State University, Minsk, Belarus)

Chapter 2. Mathematical Models of Pipeline-Soil Interaction
Oleg V. Trifonov and Vladimir P. Cherniy (Research Institute for Natural Gases and Gas Technologies (GAZPROM VNIIGAZ), Razvilka Poselok, Moscow, Russia)

Chapter 3. Modeling of the Ir Absorption and Emission Spectra of Atmospheric Moisture in the Presence of Nitrogen Oxides
Alexander Y. Galashev (Institute of High Temperature Electrochemistry, Ural Branch, Russian Academy of Sciences, Yekaterinburg, Russia)

Chapter 4. Sewage and Wastewater Treatment Plant Performance: Challenges and the Environmental Impact
Dr. Francis Orata (Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry, Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, Kakamega, Kenya)

Chapter 5. Novel Insights into the Co-Digestion of Whey with Glycerin in an AnSBBR: Influent Composition and Concentration, Cycle Length and Feed Strategy Effect
G. Lovato, R. Albanez, J.N. Albuquerque, P. Cola, R.S. Celestino, S.E. Vogel, M. Fukuyama, F.E. Hirata, F.H. Saito, S.M. Ratusznei, and J.A.D. Rodrigues (Mauá School of Engineering, Mauá Institute of Technology (EEM/IMT), São Caetano do Sul, SP, Brazil and others)

Chapter 6. The Geochemical Continental Weathering Process in the Taklamakan Desert
Bingqi Zhu (Key Laboratory of Water Cycle and Related Land Surface Processes, Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research, CAS, Beijing China)

Chapter 7. A Potential Source of Pollutants in the Integrated Water Cycle: A Case Study of an Actual Pharmaceutical Process
J. F. Pérez, J. Llanos, C. Sáez, C. López, M. A. Rodrigo, and P. Cañizares (Chemical Engineering Department, Facultad de Ciencias y Tecnologías Químicas, University of Castilla-La Mancha, Edificio Enrique Costa Novella, Real, Spain)

Chapter 8. Methane Production by Treatment of Xylose-Based Wastewater in AnSBBR: The Effect of Influent Concentration and Feeding Time
R. Albanez, G. Lovato, L.F. Zeferino, R.V. Figueiredo, L.C.M. Cantagesso, J.P. Vaz, S.M. Ratusznei, J.A.D. Rodrigues (Mauá School of Engineering, Mauá Institute of Technology (EEM/IMT), São Caetano do Sul, SP, Brazil)

Chapter 9. An Assessment of Environmental Impacts of the Surface Coal Industry in the Regional Scale Using GIS
Lubos Matejicek (Institute for Environmental Studies, Charles University, Faculty of Natural Science, Prague, Czech Republic)

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