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by Edward M. Motley,Guang Zhu,Syed R. Qasim
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  • Author:
    Edward M. Motley,Guang Zhu,Syed R. Qasim
  • ISBN:
    0131502115
  • ISBN13:
    978-0131502116
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    Prentice Hall; 1 edition (April 23, 2000)
  • Pages:
    864 pages
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    Engineering
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Understand the key water quality constituents and their health significance; and the unit operations and water treatment processes in most widespread use. Walk step-by-step through water treatment plant planning and design, including predesign reports, problem definition, site selection, and more

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Edward M. Motley, Arlington, Texas. Water Works Engineering and Design. He joined Chiang, Patel & Yerby Inc. as an environmental engineering process design engineer after completing his P. Guang Zhu, Arlington, Texas. Water Quality Constituents. 3. Water Treatment Processes. Raw Water Intake, Pumping, Conveyance, And Flow Measurement. Water Treatment Systems. Residuals Management.

Syed R. Qasim, Edward M. Motley, Guang Zhu. Water treatment plants: planning, design, and operations-in depth.

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By Syed R. Published Apr 13, 2000 by Prentice Hall. This book is intended for a design course in water works engineering. Most of the programs in civil and environmental engineering are offering such courses at graduate and undergraduate levels. The material is developed in such a way that the normal prerequisites (fluid mechanics and an introductory course in water supply and wastewater treatment) would be sufficient.

Authors: Syed R Qasim Edward M Motley Guang Zh. Operation, Maintenance, and Troubleshooting for Water Stability, Clearwells, High-service Pumps, and Distribution Facilities.

Authors: Syed R Qasim Edward M Motley Guang Zhu. Sell your textbook. 14. Residuals Processing and Disposal.

Qasim, Syed R. Other Authors: Motley, Edward M. Zhu, Guang. Design-operation interactions at large treatment plants : Vienna workshop papers, Published: (1972). Water treatment plant performance evaluations and operations, by: O'Connor, John, 1933 Feb. 11- Published: (2009). Water and sanitation services : public policy and management, Published: (2009). U of I Privacy Notice CARLI Privacy Notice.

This book offers the most in-depth, step-by-step coverage available of contemporary water treatment plant planning, design, and operations. Start by reviewing the state-of-the-art in water treatment technology, along with future trends. Understand the key water quality constituents and their health significance; and the unit operations and water treatment processes in most widespread use. Walk step-by-step through water treatment plant planning and design, including predesign reports, problem definition, site selection, and more. Next, review key issues such as raw water intake, screening, aeration, conveyance, flow measurement, pumping, coagulation, flocculation, precipitation, sedimentation, filtration, disinfection, and fluoridation. The book includes detailed coverage of aesthetic issues such as color, taste, and odor control; techniques for residuals management; a guide to instrumentation and control; a review of nonconventional processes; and a troubleshooting guide for avoiding key design errors.

Thetath
Decent book for water design. It has a long design example that continues into each chapter. Tons of information that is still relevant today even though this book was printed in 2000. However, it's in desperate need of an update. There are a ton of typos that you're left wondering how could they have missed them. That's not even the worst part. The binding on the paperback is horrible. DO NOT purchase the paperback. I used this book no more than a dozen times and it has split in half. Pages are all over the place. To use this book I would have to take it to FedEx/UPS to get this professionally bound. Look for the hardcover version if you really want this book.
Zeli
Why did the post office not drop my package home? I had to struggle before I get an opened package! The book has a poor quality, I've lost many pages within one month of use.
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Golkree
Damage to spine.
Kazijora
The binding of the book is cheap and terrible. Within the first week of using the book, pages were falling out. I eventually took it to fedex and had professionally bound.
Thetalune
the binding of the book is not good at all. it was very tough for me read the book properly because of its binding...
Lightbinder
I think that this book is really really good for those involved in water supply and water treatment especially environmental and civil engineers. All the concepts are there. Many books focus mainly on the theory, but this book is very useful for practical and application purposes. I think only the 2000 edition of S Kuwamura's book "Integrated Design and Operation of Water Treatment Facilities" comes close to matching the usefullness of this book for engineers dealing with water treatment design. I say this book is definetely worth buying, and for me, who is an environmental engineer dealing with water treatment, this book has come in so handy, that I always keep it in the office. It is really good to see a great book being published which comes in so handy to engineers when designing.
Till the arrival of this book, there have been five books commonly used by consulting engineers for the design of water treatment plants. Water and Wastewater Engineering by Fair/Geyer/Okun (1968), Water Treatment Plant Design by Sanks (1978), Water Treatment Principles and Design by James M. Montgomey, Inc.(1985), Integrated Design of Water Treatment Facilities by S. Kawamura (1991), and Water Treatment Plant Design by AWWA/ASCE (1998). As evident from the dates of publication of above mentioned books, most of them are 10-20 years old except for last one. Some of the above books needs a companion book in order to fully understand theory behind unit processes in environmental engineering. Another drawback with some design books is that they do not provide step-by-step procedure for planning, design, and operation of water treatment plant.
Water Works Engineering by Qasim, Motley, and Zhu has a total of nineteen chapters, and four appendices. Chapter 1 through 4 are devoted to the some fundamentals of water engineering. Chapter 5 deals with the preparation of a predesign report. The remainder of the book is devoted to the design of medium-size water treatment plant. It covers step-by-step design calculations; equipment details; engineering drawings; and operation and maintenance of head works, raw water transport, treatment, and distribution systems. Separate chapters have been devoted to plant layout, yard piping and hydraulics, instrumentation and automatic controls, design summary, and the avoidance of design errors.
Inclusion of more detailed description of laboartory tests for predesign studies would have been better. The book does not talk much about the the commonly used softwares in water works.
Overall, this book is an excellent manual for design engineers in water industry. Its step-by-step procedures for the design of water treatment plants and its in-depth coverage for the entire conventional water treatment plant is the strongest feature of this publication.