Reading list (articles w/o links are not available online)

  • Edwin: Classic Camp paper
  • Primary Sedimentation
  • Erik: Secondary Sedimentation: Bodeaux and Gerges AND Siegrist et al.
  • Bill: Han, M., Lawler, D. (1992). The (relative) insignificance of G in flocculation. J. AWWA, 84:10, 79-91
  • Das, D., Keinath, T.M., Parker, D.S., Wahlberg, E.J. (1993). Floc breakup in activated sludge plant. Wat.Env.Res., 65, 138
  • Gmachowski L. (1995). Mechanism of Shear Aggregation. Water Research, (29) 8, 1815-1820
  • Logan B E; Kilps J R. (1995). Fractal Dimensions of Aggregates Formed in Different Fluid Mechanical Environments. Water Research, (29) 2, 443-453
  • O'Melia, C.R., Tiller, C.L. (1992). Physicochemical aggregation and deposition in aquatic environments. [in:] Buffle, J., van Leeuwen, H.P. (eds.) Environmental Particles. Lewis, Boca Raton, vol.2 pp. 353-386
  • Wahlberg E J; Keinath T M; Parker D S. (1994). Influence of Activated Sludge Flocculation Time on Secondary Clarification. Water Environment Research, (66) 6, 779-786
  • Yukselen M.A.; Gregory J. (2002). Breakage and Re-formation of Alum Flocs. Environmental Engineering Science, (19) 4, 229-236(8)
  • B. Jefferson, P. Jarvis, E. Sharp, S. Wilson and S.A. Parsons (2005). Flocs through the looking glass. Water Sci. Technol., 50 (12), 47-54
  • D.H. Bache (2005). From rupture to structure: the physical character of flocs. Water Sci. Technol., 50 (12), 55-62
  • C.S.B. Fitzpatrick, E. Fradin and J. Gregory (2005). Temperature effects on flocculation, using different coagulants. Water Sci. Technol., 50 (12), 171-175
  • Moran, D.C., Moran, M.C., Cushing, R.S., Lawler, D.F. (1993). Particle behavior in deep bed filtration: Part 1- ripening and breakthrough. JAWWA, 85:12, 69-81.
  • Moran, M.C., Moran, D.C., Cushing, R.S., Lawler, D.F. (1993). Particle behavior in deep bed filtration: Part 2 - particle detachment. JAWWA, 85:12, 82-93.
  • Emelko, MB; Huck, PM; Coffey, BM. A review of Cryptosporidium removal by granular media filtration. JAWWA, 97 (12): 101-+ DEC 2005
  • Nick: Fane, AG; Fane, SA. 2005. The role of membrane technology in sustainable decentralized wastewater systems. WATER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 51 (10): 317-325.
  • Fran: Yang, WB; Cicek, N; Ilg, J. (2006). State-of-the-art of membrane bioreactors: Worldwide research and commercial applications in North America. Journal of Membrane Science, 270 (1-2): 201-211
  • Mien Ling: Matthias Kraume, Ute Bracklow, Anja Drews, Martin Vocks. Nutrients Removal in MBRs for Municipal Wastewater Treatment. IWA Spec. Conf. Water Env.-Membrane Technology, June 7-10, 2004, Seoul, Korea
  • Jeff - 4/27:Fane AG. Chang S. Chardon E. (2002). Submerged hollow fibre membrane module - design options and operational considerations. Desalination. 146(1-3 Special Issue SI):231-236, 2002


    Brad - 4/25:

    Hao, OJ; Richard, MG; Jenkins, D; Blanch, HW. 1983. The half-saturation coefficient for dissolved-oxygen - a dynamic method for its determination and its effect on dual species competition. Biotechnology and Bioengineering 25 (2): 403-416

    Grady, C.P. L.; Smets, B. F.; Barbeau, D. S. (1996). Variability in kinetic parameter estimates - a review of possible causes and a proposed terminology. Water Research, 30 (3), 742-748

    Cronje, G. L.; Beeharry, A. O.; Wentzel, M. C.; Ekama, G. A. (2002). Active biomass in activated sludge mixed liquor. Water Research, 36 (2) 439-444.

    Kovarova-Kovar, K; Egli, T. (1998). Growth kinetics of suspended microbial cells: From single-substrate-controlled growth to mixed-substrate kinetics. Microbiology and Molecular Biology Reviews 62 (3), 646

    Laspidou, Chrysi S.; Rittmann, Bruce E. (2002). A unified theory for extracellular polymeric substances, soluble microbial products, and active and inert biomass. Water Research, 36, 2711-2720.

    Michael - 4/25: Kaewpipat, K.; Grady Jr., C.P.L. (2002). Microbial population dynamics in laboratory-scale activated sludge reactors. Water Sci. Tech. 46 (1-2) 19-27

    Larry - 4/11: De los Reyes III, Francis L.; Raskin, Lutgarde (2002). Role of filamentous microorganisms in activated sludge foaming: relationship of mycolata levels to foaming initiation and stability. Water Research, 36 (2), 445-459

    Mino, T; Sanpedro, DC; Matsuo, T. (1995). Estimation of the rate of slowly biodegradable COD (SBCOD) hydrolysis under anaerobic, anoxic and aerobic conditions by experiments using starch as model substrate. Water Science and Technology, 31 (2), 95-103

    Matt - 5/2:Littleton, HX; Daigger, GT; Strom, PF; Cowan, RA. 2003. Simultaneous biological nutrient removal: evaluation of autotrophic denitrification, heterotrophic nitrification, and biological phosphorus removal in full-scale systems. Water Environment Research, 75 (2) 138-150

    Gujer, W.; Henze, M.; Mino, T.; van Loosdrecht, M. (1999). Activated Sludge Model No. 3. Water Sci. Technol., 39 (1), 183-193

    Marten, W.L., Daigger, G.T. (1997). Full-scale evaluation of factors affecting the performance of anoxic selectors. Water Env. Res., 69, 1272

    Christine - 4/20:

    N.G. Love and C.B. Bott Evaluating the role of microbial stress response mechanisms in causing biological treatment system upset. Water Science and Technology Vol 46 No 1-2.

    Erin - 4/13: van Dongen, U.; Jetten, M.S.M;. van Loosdrecht, M.C.M. (2001). The SHARON®-Anammox® process for treatment of ammonium rich wastewater. Water Science & Technology, 44 (1), 153–160

    Juretschko, S; Loy, A; Lehner, A; Wagner, M. 2002. The microbial community composition of a nitrifying-denitrifying activated sludge from an industrial sewage treatment plant analyzed by the full-cycle rRNA approach. Systematic and Applied Microbiology 25 (1), 84-99

    Schuler, AJ; Jenkins, D. 2003. Enhanced biological phosphorus removal from wastewater by biomass with different phosphorus contents, part I: Experimental results and comparison with metabolic models. Water Environment Research 75 (6), 485-498

    Liu, WT; Mino, T; Nakamura, K; Matsuo, T. (1996). Glycogen accumulating population and its anaerobic substrate uptake in anaerobic-aerobic activated sludge without biological phosphorus removal. Water Research, 30 (1), 75-82


    Return to main page