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The use of laboratory sand, soil and crushed-glass filter columns for polishing domestic-strength synthetic wastewater that has undergone secondary treatment
(Taylor & Francis, 2010)
The aim of this study was to examine the performance of intermittently loaded, 150 mm-diameter stratified filter columns of 2 depths (0.65 and 0.375 m) comprising different media - sand, crushed glass and soil - in polishing ...
Assessment of intermittently loaded woodchip and sand filters to treat dairy soiled water
(IWA Publishing and Elsevier, 2016-07-31)
Land application of dairy soiled water (DSW) is expensive relative to its nutrient replacement value. The use of aerobic filters is an effective alternative method of treatment and potentially allows the final effluent to ...
Shaft resistance of driven cast-in-situ piles in sand
(NRC Research Press, 2015-06-25)
Driven cast-in-situ (DCIS) piles are classified as a large displacement pile, despite sharing certain aspects of their construction with replacement pile types. However, there are relatively few case histories of load tests ...
Comparison of a stratified and a single-layer laboratory sand filter to treat dairy soiled water from a farm-scale woodchip filter
Washing-down parlours and standing areas, following milking on dairy farms, produces dairy soiled water (DSW) that contains variable concentrations of nutrients. Aerobic woodchip filters can remove organic matter, nutrients ...