What is the difference between coagulation and flocculation
in water treatment plant?
Answer / yemmadi
flocculation means rising of small particles with bubbles so that we can easily remove them
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ACCOUNTING AND FINANCIAL ENGINEERING - EXAMPLE 34.24 : (a) The net present value of an engineering project is given by V. Let Q = summation of [ T / (1 + I) ^ N ] from N = A to N = B, where P = project cost, T = tax inflow, N = duration. If V = P + Q where P = -$1000, T = $275, I = 0.12 (means 12 % , capital cost of project per year), A = 1 year, B = 5 years, calculate the value of V. (b) The present value tax shields are W = $ (11.9725, 9.1486, 6.5579, 4.1811, 2.0005) in 5 beginning balances of an engineering project. Find the adjusted present value of the engineering project X, when X = V + (summation of the values of W).
QUANTUM BIOLOGY - EXAMPLE 33.8 : (a) Let ^ be the symbol of power where 1 ^ 2 = 1 x 1 = 1, 2 ^ 2 = 2 x 2 = 4. Let the number of electrons in a human body to be 10 ^ 28 = A, the number of all of the grains of sand on Earth planet to be 7 x (10 ^ 20) = B, the number of all the stars in the visible sky to be 8 x (10 ^ 3) = C. By assuming that every star in the visible sky has the same number of grains of sand as on Earth planet, prove by mathematical calculations that there are more electrons in one human body compared to the number of all of the grains of sand on the stars in the visible sky. (b) The incoming solar radiation to the Earth's surface is mainly from sun. Around 51 % of the radiation is absorbed by Earth's surface. Around 19 % is absorbed by atmosphere and clouds. In term of reflection, 4 % of the radiation is from surface of Earth, 6 % is reflected by atmosphere and the rest is reflected by clouds. Find the percentage of radiation absorbed by and reflected by biological beings on Earth, with reason for your response.
Explain how can one estimate how the friction factor changes in heat exchanger tubes with a change in temperature?
how does refractive index detector work?
significance of fouling factor in shell and tube heat exchnager
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What is the definition of 'good' cooling tower water?
What is the pattern of interview questions and which field is of high importance viz., Mass Transfer, Heat Transfer, Petroleum Refining etc ?
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WHAT ARE THE DISADVANTAGE OF EXTRACTIVE DISTILLATION
What type of heat exchangers are most commonly used for a large-scale plant-cooling loop using seawater as the utility?
CHEMICAL ENERGY BALANCE - EXAMPLE 11.3 : For liquid benzene, the CP constants are : a = 129440, b = - 169.5, c = 0.64781. Reference temperature is 298 K. The temperature of benzene is 60 degree Celsius. Calculate the enthalpy of benzene by using the formula H = a (DT) + (b/2) (T^2 - TREF^2) + (c/3) (T^3 - TREF^3) where ^ is power, DT is temperature difference with TREF = 298 K. H is in J / kmol. DT = T - TREF.