Adsorptive iron removal from groundwater

Doctoral thesis English OPEN
Sharma, S.K.;
(2001)
  • Publisher: S.n.
  • Subject: groundwater pollution | adsorption | Geohydrologie, bodemhydrologie | adsorptie | removal | iron | drinking water | Geohydrology, Soil Hydrology | drinkwater | grondwaterverontreiniging | verwijdering | ijzer

<p> Iron is commonly present in groundwater worldwide. The presence of iron in the water supply is not harmful to human health, however it is undesirable. Bad taste, discoloration, staining, deposition in the distribution system leading to aftergrowth, and inciden... View more
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    Sharma, S.K., Greetham, M.R. and Schippers, J.C. (1999) Adsorption ofiron(Ii;I onto filter media. Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - Aqua, 48 (3), 84-91.

    Sharma, S.K., Mendis, B.S. Greetham, M.R. and Schippers, J.C. (2000) Modelling adsorptive iron removal in filters. Water Supply, 18 (1-2), 604-608.

    Sharma, S.K., IJpelaar, G. and Schippers, J.C. (2001) Iron oxide coating development on filter media. Transactions of The Filtration Society, 1 (3), 68-71.

    Sharma, S.K., Kappelhof, J., Groenendijk, M. and Schippers, J.C (2001) Comparison of physicochemical iron removal mechanisms in filters. Journal of Water Supply: Research and Technology - Aqua, 50 (4), 187-198.

    Sharma, S.K., Petrusevski, B. and Schippers, J.C. (2001) Characterisation of coated sand from iron removal plants: Proceedings of 2nd IWA World Water Congress (15-19 October 2001), Berlin, Germany.

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