Process Technologies for Water Treatment

  • Samuel Stucki

Part of the Earlier Brown Boveri Symposia book series (EBBS)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxi
  2. Michael C. Kavanaugh
    Pages 1-22
  3. H. Strathmann
    Pages 23-24
  4. H. Strathmann
    Pages 42-43
  5. W. McRae
    Pages 45-60
  6. H. Strathmann
    Pages 61-63
  7. M. Mirbach
    Pages 84-85
  8. U. Kogelschatz
    Pages 87-118
  9. M. Mirbach
    Pages 119-120
  10. J. Hoigné
    Pages 121-141
  11. M. Mirbach
    Pages 142-143
  12. H.-P. Klein
    Pages 145-156
  13. E. Merz
    Pages 157-157
  14. Clemens von Sonntag
    Pages 159-177
  15. E. Merz
    Pages 178-179
  16. E. Krapf, R. Preisser
    Pages 181-188
  17. E. Merz
    Pages 189-190
  18. A. Miquel
    Pages 202-203
  19. E. Plattner, Ch. Comninellis
    Pages 205-217
  20. L. Pelloni, A. Kyas, I. Reimer
    Pages 219-234
  21. W. A. McRae
    Pages 235-235
  22. Back Matter
    Pages 237-239

About this book


The Brown Boveri Scientific Symposia by now are part of a firmly established tradition. This is the tenth event in a series which was initiated shortly after Corporate Research was created as a separate entity in our company; the symposia are held every other year. The themes have been: 1969 Flow Research on Blading 1971 Real-Time Control of Electric Power Systems 1973 High-Temperature Materials in Gas Turbines 1975 Nonemissive Electrooptic Displays 1977 Current Interruption in High-Voltage Networks 1979 Surges in High-Voltage Networks 1981 Semiconductor Devices for Power Conditioning 1983 Corrosion in Power Generating Equipment 1985 Computer Systems for Process Control 1987 Process Technologies for Water Treatment The tenth event in an uninterrupted series that by now goes back almost 20 years is a good opportunity to make a few remarks on the guiding rules that have governed our symposia. Why have we chosen these titles? At the outset we establislwd certain selection criteria; we felt that a subject for a symposium should fulfill the following three requirements: It should characterize a part of an established discipline; in other words, it should describe an area of scholarly study and research. It should be of current interest in the sense that important results have recently been obtained and considerable research is still being undertaken in the world's scientific community. It should bear some relation to the scientific and technological activity of the company.


computer control display flow gas turbine high voltage high-voltage materials network process control semiconductor device temperature turbines water management water treatment

Authors and affiliations

  • Samuel Stucki
    • 1
  1. 1.Asea Brown Boveri, Ltd.BadenSwitzerland

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