• flocculation monitoring: focused wiley online library

    Flocculation Monitoring: Focused Wiley Online Library

    2008-05-19· 2 Yasine Sakhawoth, Laurent J. Michot, Pierre Levitz, Natalie Malikova, Flocculation of Clay Colloids Induced by Model Polyelectrolytes: Effects of Relative Charge Density and Size, ChemPhysChem, 2017 Wiley Online Library

  • focused beam reflectance measurement for monitoring the

    Focused beam reflectance measurement for monitoring the

    Focused beam reflectance measurement (FBRM), where a scanning laser focused through a sapphire window measures real‐time reflected chord distributions without solids dilution, is attractive for characterizing flocculation performance. An enhanced measurement principle in new FBRM instruments has implications for flocculation studies

  • flocculation monitoring: focused beam reflectance

    Flocculation Monitoring: Focused Beam Reflectance

    The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, published by Wiley on behalf of The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, is the forum for publication of high quality original research articles, new theoretical interpretation or experimental findings and critical reviews in the science or industrial practice of chemical and biochemical processes.

  • focused beam reflectance measurement for monitoring the

    Focused beam reflectance measurement for monitoring the

    2013-12-09· Focused beam reflectance measurement (FBRM), where a scanning laser focused through a sapphire window measures real-time reflected chord distributions without solids dilution, is attractive for characterizing flocculation performance. An enhanced measurement principle in new FBRM instruments has implications for flocculation studies

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    Wiley Online Library Scientific research articles

    One of the largest and most authoritative collections of online journals, books, and research resources, covering life, health, social, and physical sciences. Skip to Main Content Wiley Online Library

  • focused beam reflectance wiley online library

    Focused beam reflectance Wiley Online Library

    Focused beam reflectance measurement (FBRM), where a scanning laser focused through a sapphire window measures real‐time reflected chord distributions without solids dilution, is attractive for characterizing flocculation performance. An enhanced measurement principle in new FBRM instruments has implications for flocculation studies

  • monitoring tailings flocculation performance using

    Monitoring tailings flocculation performance using

    The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering, published by Wiley on behalf of The Canadian Society for Chemical Engineering, is the forum for publication of high quality original research articles, new theoretical interpretation or experimental findings and critical reviews in the science or industrial practice of chemical and biochemical processes.

  • alzheimer’s association wiley online library

    Alzheimer’s Association Wiley Online Library

    Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring is an open access, peer-reviewed, journal from the Alzheimer's Association® publishing new research that reports the discovery, development and validation of instruments, technologies, algorithms, and innovative processes for the diagnosis and evaluation of

  • advanced polymer flocculants for solid–liquid separation

    Advanced Polymer Flocculants for Solid–Liquid Separation

    7.1 Flocculation Monitoring Using Population Balance Approach. Innovative polymer flocculants for solid–liquid separation in oil sands tailings are useful only if the flocculation could be adequately optimized and monitored for various conditions. It is plausible using mathematical models that describe the flocculation process, which is

  • coagulation program selection

    Coagulation Program Selection

    A coagulant and dosage must be selected in accordance with the actual situation in a water treatment plant. Selection must take into account the naturally occurring variables present in most water su...

  • coagulation program selection

    Coagulation Program Selection

    A coagulant and dosage must be selected in accordance with the actual situation in a water treatment plant. Selection must take into account the naturally occurring variables present in most water su...

  • monitoring of brewing yeast propagation under

    Monitoring of Brewing Yeast Propagation Under

    Monitoring of Brewing Yeast Propagation Under Aerobic and Anaerobic Conditions Employing Flow Cytometry J. Novak 1, G. Basarova 1, J. A. Teixeira 2,3 and A. A. Vicente 2 ABSTRACT J. Inst. Brew. 113(3), 249–255, 2007 The vitality and viability of industrial strains of Saccharomyces cerevisiae was monitored during pilot plant experiments simulating yeast propagation under aerobic and anaerobic

  • flocculation monitoring: focused beam reflectance

    Flocculation Monitoring: Focused Beam Reflectance

    2002-08-01· Read "Flocculation Monitoring: Focused Beam Reflectance Measurement as a Measurement Tool, The Canadian Journal of Chemical Engineering" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

  • overview of monitoring techniques for evaluating water

    Overview of Monitoring Techniques for Evaluating Water

    From a global perspective, potable reuse is expanding and will continue to grow as a means to meet drinking water supply needs in the decades to come (Khan 2013).Probably the most well‐known international project is the Goreangab Water Reclamation Plant in Windhoek, Namibia, which began in 1969 and was expanded in 2002 to produce 5.5 mgd of potable water (USEPA 2012).

  • real‐time monitoring of high‐intensity focused

    Real‐time monitoring of high‐intensity focused

    2011-09-12· Purpose: The purpose of this study is to apply photoacoustic imaging (PAI) to monitor high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU) process in real‐time for accurate evaluation of thermal ablation outcomes.Methods: A photoacoustic (PA) imaging system was used to monitor HIFU ablation process in this study. Single‐element, spherically focused ultrasonic transducers with center frequencies of 5

  • biofuels from microalgae li 2008 biotechnology

    Biofuels from Microalgae Li 2008 Biotechnology

    In general, chemical and biological flocculation require only low operating costs; however, they have the disadvantage of requiring long processing period and having the risk of bioreactive product decomposition. On the other hand, filtration, centrifuge, and ultrasonic flocculation are more efficient but more costly. The selection of

  • evaluation of options for harvest of a recombinant e. coli

    Evaluation of options for harvest of a recombinant E. Coli

    Ultra scale‐down (USD) methods operating at the millilitre scale were used to characterise full‐scale processing of E. coli fermentation broths autolysed to different extents for release of a domain antibody. The focus was on the primary clarification stages involving continuous centrifugation followed by

  • recovering cellular biomass from fluids using chemical

    Recovering cellular biomass from fluids using chemical

    Summary We developed an efficient, scalable and inexpensive method for recovering cellular biomass from complex fluid matrices that cannot be processed using conventional filtration methods. The me...

  • monitoring potential contamination at the us–mexico

    Monitoring Potential Contamination at the US–Mexico

    This article discusses a comprehensive water‐contamination early warning system (EWS) at the Jefferson Water Treatment Plant in Laredo, Texas. The article discusses the variable conditions of the R...

  • controlling cyanobacterial harmful blooms in freshwater

    Controlling cyanobacterial harmful blooms in freshwater

    Introduction. Cyanobacteria are among the most ancient phototrophs on Earth, having appeared over 2 billion years ago. They ‘invented’ oxygenic photosynthesis, a quantum step in biogeochemical evolution that has shaped the Earth's modern‐day oxic biosphere (Schopf, 2000).Their long evolutionary history has served them well as they have experienced and adapted to myriad climatic and

  • evaluation of options for harvest of a recombinant e. coli

    Evaluation of options for harvest of a recombinant E. Coli

    Ultra scale‐down (USD) methods operating at the millilitre scale were used to characterise full‐scale processing of E. coli fermentation broths autolysed to different extents for release of a domain antibody. The focus was on the primary clarification stages involving continuous centrifugation followed by

  • integrated ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging

    Integrated ultrasound and magnetic resonance imaging

    where γ/2π is the gyromagnetic ratio (42.58 MHz/tesla), B 0 is the flux density of the main magnetic field, α is the temperature dependence of the electron screening constant (−0.01 ppm/°C), and TE is the echo time in seconds. II.B. Passive acoustic mapping. Passive acoustic mapping (PAM) (Refs. 40, 39, and 41, and 46) is based on the passive imaging problem developed previously for

  • focused beam reflectant measurement as a tool to

    Focused beam reflectant measurement as a tool to

    Free Online Library: Focused beam reflectant measurement as a tool to measure flocculation.(Process Monitoring) by "Solutions for People, Processes and

  • evaluation and applicability of a purification method

    Evaluation and applicability of a purification method

    2006-09-11· Aims: To describe the development, evaluation and applicability of a complete method for the detection of Toxoplasma gondii in water. Methods and Results: The method incorporated concentration of water samples by Al 2 (SO 4) 3 ‐flocculation, purification by discontinuous sucrose gradients and detection of toxoplasmic DNA by 18S‐rRNA nested PCR. Tap water replicates and

  • log in to wiley online library

    Log in to Wiley Online Library

    Abstract Waste of polystyrene foam was converted into an anion auxiliary agent of coagulation and was used for the removal of phenol from coking plant effluent. Waste of polystyrene foam was crushe...

  • geophysical monitoring and evaluation of coastal plain

    Geophysical Monitoring and Evaluation of Coastal Plain

    Abstract We use time domain electromagnetic (TDEM) soundings to monitor ground water conditions beneath the coastal plain in eastern North Carolina. The TDEM method measures the

  • sedimentation from flocculated suspensions in the

    Sedimentation from flocculated suspensions in the

    2015-08-26· Several important results came out of these experiments. The first is that flocculation of mud leads to higher settling velocities than would be present without flocculation and therefore the dominance of settling‐driven leaking and Rayleigh‐Taylor

  • from edna to citizen science: emerging tools for the early

    From eDNA to citizen science: emerging tools for the early

    View Enhanced PDF Access article on Wiley Online Library (HTML view) Download PDF for offline viewing. Logged in as READCUBE_USER. Log out of ReadCube. Abstract. Biological invasions are a form of global change threatening biodiversity, ecosystem stability, and human health, and cost government agencies billions of dollars in remediation and eradication programs. Attempts to

  • methods for primary concentration of viruses from water

    Methods for primary concentration of viruses from water

    2013-01-29· Chang was able to remove viruses from river water using flocculation procedures (Chang et al. 1958 ), which ultimately led to second‐step concentration techniques for large‐volume water sampling. During the 1960s and 1970s, there was a greater focus on the development of methods for isolating and detecting viruses from water samples, thus expanding the field of environmental virology.

  • hospitalization in people with dementia with lewy bodies

    Hospitalization in people with dementia with Lewy bodies

    Abstract Introduction Increased hospitalization is a major component of dementia impact on individuals and cost, but has rarely been studied in dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). Our aim was to descr...

  • from edna to citizen science: emerging tools for the early

    From eDNA to citizen science: emerging tools for the early

    View Enhanced PDF Access article on Wiley Online Library (HTML view) Download PDF for offline viewing. Logged in as READCUBE_USER. Log out of ReadCube. Abstract. Biological invasions are a form of global change threatening biodiversity, ecosystem stability, and human health, and cost government agencies billions of dollars in remediation and eradication programs. Attempts to

  • hospitalization in people with dementia with lewy bodies

    Hospitalization in people with dementia with Lewy bodies

    Abstract Introduction Increased hospitalization is a major component of dementia impact on individuals and cost, but has rarely been studied in dementia with Lewy bodies (DLB). Our aim was to descr...

  • quantitative rt‐pcr for the enumeration of noroviruses

    Quantitative RT‐PCR for the enumeration of noroviruses

    Although the need to do melting curve analysis makes true ‘real‐time’ monitoring of product accumulation impossible it was a necessary stage in the analysis in order to confirm the specificity of the norovirus PCR products, which are genetically very heterogeneous. Confirmation of specificity by other (probe‐based) means would have required construction of individual probes for each

  • reducing social inequalities in cancer: setting priorities

    Reducing Social Inequalities in Cancer: Setting Priorities

    2018-07-10· Social inequalities in cancer are a global problem, as has been well documented in the World Health Organization (WHO)/International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) publication Social Inequalities and Cancer. 1 Inequalities in income, wealth, education, and power disproportionally impact the most disadvantaged individuals, communities, and countries to produce a social gradient in

  • controls on dissolved organic carbon quantity

    Controls on dissolved organic carbon quantity

    [1] Understanding the processes controlling the transfer and chemical composition of dissolved organic carbon (DOC) in freshwater systems is crucial to understanding the carbon cycle and the effects of DOC on water quality. Previous studies have identified watershed‐scale controls on bulk DOC flux and concentration among small basins but fewer studies have explored controls among large

  • alzheimer's & dementia: diagnosis, assessment & disease

    Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease

    About the Journal. Alzheimer’s & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring (DADM) concentrates on the discovery, development, and validation of assays, instruments, and technologies with the potential to facilitate accurate detection of dementia in its various forms and stages.. Submit Your Research. The journal will publish findings on a range of topics focused on the early and

  • sedimentation from buoyant muddy plumes in the

    Sedimentation from buoyant muddy plumes in the

    A series of flume experiments were conducted to study the sediment removal rates, characterized by an effective settling velocity, from buoyant muddy plumes overriding clear saltwater at steady state conditions under different Richardson numbers and initial suspended sediment concentrations.

  • have welsh agri‐environment schemes delivered for focal

    Have Welsh agri‐environment schemes delivered for focal

    2019-01-13· View Enhanced PDF Access article on Wiley Online Library (HTML view) Download PDF for offline viewing. Logged in as READCUBE_USER. Log out of ReadCube. Abstract. Agri‐environment schemes (AES) have been criticized for being inadequately monitored and for not delivering the expected benefits to nature. Consequently, the Welsh Government funded a comprehensive programme of monitoring

  • gastroenteric virus dissemination and influence

    Gastroenteric virus dissemination and influence

    Introduction. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), acute gastroenteritis causes 1·8 million deaths every year worldwide and 88% of this burden is attributable to unsafe water usage, mainly affecting children in developing countries (WHO 2012).Globally, water‐based recreation and tourism can expose persons to several health hazards, including pathogenic micro‐organisms present

  • multidecadal carbon sequestration in a headwater boreal

    Multidecadal carbon sequestration in a headwater boreal

    2018-10-26· Abstract Dissolved organic carbon (DOC) was measured continuously since 1970 in a pristine headwater boreal lake and its catchment at the IISD‐Experimental Lakes Area

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