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Introduction to Environmental Engineering

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Edition:
4th
ISBN13:

9780072424119

ISBN10:
0072424117
Format:
Hardcover
Pub. Date:
10/3/2006
Publisher(s):
McGraw-Hill Science/Engineering/Math
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Summary

Introduction to Environmental Engineering, 4/e contains the essential science and engineering principles needed for introductory courses and used as the basis for more advanced courses in environmental engineering.Updated with latest EPA regulations, Davis and Cornwell apply the concepts of sustainability and materials and energy balance as a means of understanding and solving environmental engineering issues. With 650 end-of-chapter problems, as well as provocative discussion questions, and a helpful list of review items found at the end of each chapter, the text is both a comprehensible and comprehensive tool for any environmental engineering course.Standards and Laws are the most current and up-to-date for an environmental engineering text.

Table of Contents

Preface ix
Introduction
1(40)
What Is Environmental Engineering?
2(2)
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
4(1)
Environmental Systems Overview
5(9)
Environmental Legislation and Regulation
14(18)
Environmental Ethics
32(3)
Chapter Review
35(1)
Problems
35(2)
Discussion Questions
37(2)
References
39(2)
Materials and Energy Balances
41(56)
Introduction
42(1)
Unifying Theories
42(1)
Materials Balances
43(28)
Energy Balances
71(12)
Chapter Review
83(1)
Problems
84(10)
Discussion Questions
94(1)
References
95(2)
Hydrology
97(90)
Fundamentals
98(9)
Rainfall Analysis
107(5)
Runoff Analysis
112(16)
Storage of Reservoirs
128(5)
Groundwater and Wells
133(22)
Waste Minimization and Water Conservation for Sustainability
155(1)
Chapter Review
155(2)
Problems
157(26)
Discussion Questions
183(2)
References
185(2)
Water Treatment
187(166)
Introduction
188(41)
Coagulation
229(6)
Softening
235(22)
Mixing and Flocculation
257(9)
Sedimentation
266(17)
Filtration
283(11)
Disinfection
294(13)
Adsorption
307(1)
Membranes
308(3)
Water Plant Waste Management
311(13)
Chapter Review
324(3)
Problems
327(23)
Discussion Questions
350(1)
References
350(3)
Water Quality Management
353(66)
Introduction
354(1)
Water Pollutants and Their Sources
354(5)
Water Quality Management in Rivers
359(32)
Water Quality Management in Lakes
391(9)
Water Quality Management in Estuaries
400(1)
Groundwater Quality Management
401(4)
Chapter Review
405(2)
Problems
407(8)
Discussion Questions
415(1)
References
416(3)
Wastewater Treatment
419(128)
Introduction
420(1)
Characteristics of Domestic Wastewater
420(3)
Wastewater Treatment Standards
423(3)
On-Site Disposal Systems
426(11)
Municipal Wastewater Treatment Systems
437(2)
Unit Operations of Pretreatment
439(8)
Primary Treatment
447(2)
Unit Processes of Secondary Treatment
449(44)
Disinfection
493(1)
Advanced Wastewater Treatment
493(4)
Land Treatment for Sustainability
497(3)
Sludge Treatment
500(21)
Sludge Disposal
521(4)
Chapter Review
525(2)
Problems
527(16)
Discussion Questions
543(1)
References
544(3)
Air Pollution
547(105)
Air Pollution Perspective
548(1)
Physical and Chemical Fundamentals
548(4)
Air Pollution Standards
552(1)
Effects of Air Pollutants
553(9)
Origin and Fate of Air Pollutants
562(5)
Micro and Macro Air Pollution
567(13)
Air Pollution Meteorology
580(9)
Atmospheric Dispersion
589(8)
Indoor Air Quality Model
597(4)
Air Pollution Control of Stationary Sources
601(26)
Air Pollution Control of Mobile Sources
627(6)
Waste Minimization for Sustainability
633(1)
Chapter Review
634(1)
Problems
635(10)
Discussion Questions
645(1)
References
646(6)
Noise Pollution
652(84)
Introduction
653(12)
Effects of Noise on People
665(15)
Rating Systems
680(3)
Community Noise Sources and Criteria
683(7)
Transmission of Sound Outdoors
690(9)
Traffic Noise Prediction
699(10)
Noise Control
709(14)
Chapter Review
723(1)
Problems
724(9)
Discussion Questions
733(1)
References
734(2)
Solid Waste Management
736(78)
Perspective
737(8)
Collection
745(13)
Interroute Transfer
758(4)
Disposal by Municipal Solid Waste Landfill
762(21)
Waste to Energy
783(4)
Resource Conservation and Recovery for Sustainability
787(9)
Chapter Review
796(2)
Problems
798(12)
Discussion Questions
810(1)
References
811(3)
Hazardous Waste Management
814(111)
The Hazard
815(3)
Risk
818(19)
Definition and Classification of Hazardous Waste
837(7)
RCRA and HSWA
844(7)
CERCLA and SARA
851(5)
Hazardous Waste Management
856(4)
Treatment Technologies
860(27)
Land Disposal
887(6)
Groundwater Contamination and Remediation
893(11)
Chapter Review
904(2)
Problems
906(14)
Discussion Questions
920(1)
References
921(4)
Ionizing Radiation
925(52)
Fundamentals
926(14)
Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation
940(8)
Radiation Standards
948(2)
Radiation Exposure
950(3)
Radiation Protection
953(8)
Radioactive Waste
961(11)
Chapter Review
972(1)
Problems
973(2)
Discussion Questions
975(1)
References
975(2)
Appendix A Properties of Air, Water, and Selected Chemicals 977(8)
Appendix B Noise Computation Tables and Nomographs 985(4)
Index 989


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