9780080430065

Environmental Engineering and Renewable Energy

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  • ISBN13:

    9780080430065

  • ISBN10:

    0080430066

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1998-12-01
  • Publisher: Elsevier Science Ltd

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This book comprises the papers presented at the First International Conference on Environmental Engineering and Renewable Energy, held in Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia, in September 1998. These Proceedings cover topics belonging to the following sections: 1. Sustainable development and environmental protection, 2. Renewable energy, 3. Air Pollution Controls, 4. Water management, 5. Water and wastewater treatment, and 6. Solid and hazardous waste management.

Table of Contents

An Attempt for Environmentally Friendly Utilization of Oil-Shale in Mongoliap. 3
Building Design: Sustainability and Some Energetic and Ecological Aspectsp. 7
Design Buildings with the Climate: Learning from the Pastp. 17
Environmental Compatibility of Controlled Landfills in Relation to the Vulnerability of the Aquifers: A Proposed Approachp. 27
High-Speed Railway: Environmental Effects on Natural Resources during the Construction Phasep. 37
Identification of Microbial Indigenous Species in an Aromatic Hydrocarbons Contaminated Soilsp. 47
Landslide Control: A Summary of Suggestions for Engineering Code Writersp. 57
Nuclear Energy and the Environmentp. 67
Properties of Unstable Structural Soil of Mongoliap. 75
Rehabilitation and Direct Firing Conversion of Mongolian Coal Fired Boilersp. 79
Revitalization and Natural Treatment Systems in the Venetian Lagoon: Lazzaretto Nuovo Island Case Studyp. 89
Toward Sustainable Energy for Development: A Modern Approachp. 99
Domestic Solar Space Heating in Mongolia: Design and Demonstrationp. 109
Environmental Protection Through Self-Powered Plants for Isolated Communitiesp. 119
Modelling of a Hybrid Water Heating System for Using the Rural Center of Mongoliap. 125
Mongolia Wind Resource Assessment Projectp. 129
On UNESCO's Renewable Energy Information Exchange Programme - The International Renewable Energy Information and Communication System (Ireics) Programmep. 135
Pretreatment Investigation and Field Trialing of an Innovative Solar-Powered Reverse Osmosis Desalination Unitp. 139
The Feasibility of Solar Energy Use in Rural Areas of Mongolia: Solar "GER"p. 145
The World Solar Programmep. 151
Utilization of Electricity of Herdsman Family and Possibility to Supply it with Solar Batteryp. 155
Wind Farms in Northern Climatep. 161
CO[subscript 2] Laser Based Mobile DIAL System for Atmospheric Pollutants Monitoringp. 173
Managing Air Quality in European Unionp. 179
Removal of Nitrogen Oxides Produced During Waste Incineration: Operation of a Full-Scale DeNOx Systemp. 187
TE-CO[subscript 2] Injection Laser for Wind Measurements Doppler Applicationp. 197
A Monitoring System for Torrential Regime Rivers: First Results of the Action Taken on Basento Riverp. 207
Alteration Phenomena of Drinking Water Quality Within Water Systemsp. 215
Groundwater Quality Monitoring in a Rural Areap. 221
Groundwater Quality of the Steppe and Gobi Zones in Mongoliap. 231
Man-made Recharge of the Groundwater Resources of Central and Upper Sources for Ulaanbaatar City Water Supplyp. 239
New Regulation for Water Management in Italyp. 245
The Treatment of Drainage Canal Water Through Lagoons. The "Foce Cavone" Experiencep. 251
Water Resources Development and Management of Mongoliap. 261
A Survey of the Feasibility of Aluminum Recovery From Coagulation Sludgep. 267
Activated Sludge Multistage Plant with Step Sludge Recirculation: Process Optimizationp. 277
Drinking Water and Waste Water Disinfection: Strategies and Problemsp. 285
Integrating Conservation and Wastewater Treatmentp. 295
Present Trends in Reduction of Acceptability Limits at the Discharge of Wastewater and Technological Implicationsp. 303
Sediment Oxygen Demand Modeling in Dissolved Oxygen Balancep. 313
The 3rd Stage of Purifying polluted Water by Volcanic Slag Methodp. 323
Water Treatment in Remote and Rural Areas: A Conceptual Screening Protocol for Appropriate POU/POE Technologiesp. 329
Dechlorination of Polichlorinated Biphenyls in Non-Polar Mediap. 339
Heavy Metals Partitioning in Waste Incinerationp. 349
Long Duration Compressibility Tests on MSWp. 359
New Trends in Municipal Solid Waste Management in Italyp. 369
Reuse of Stabilized Waste as Construction Materialsp. 377
The Influence of Some Operating Conditions on Contaminant Release from Waste Materialsp. 387
The Municipal Waste Management and the Sustainable Development in a Big City: Romep. 397
Waste Management Systems in Industrialized and Developing Countries: Generation, Quality, Disposalp. 405
Authors Indexp. 415
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