management of cooling water systems and the bacteria that live in them. Includes studies and testing of microbicides and other microorganisms that infest recirculating cooling water systems and factors influencing their health and growth. Tests biological oxidation processes as a way of reusing treated effluents as an important method of water conservation in the petroleum refining and chemical processing industries. Explores practical methods for controlling microorganisms in cooling water; including working with chlorine dioxide as a microbicide. Methods are given for identifying and evaluating toxicants and bacteria that lead to fouling and staining of cooling water systems.
Author: James W. McCoy
Category: Technology & Engineering
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