Date of Award

Spring 1968

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Master of Science in Civil Engineering - (M.S.)

Department

Civil Engineering

First Advisor

Ivan Metzger

Second Advisor

Robert Dresnack

Abstract

This paper emphasizes a practical approach to the coagulation of domestic waste water. A portion of the paper is a synopsis of current published literature on the subject. Laboratory studies on the coagulation of raw domestic waste waters were conducted to provide the basis of a practical procedure for the evaluation and design of a coagulation process. Studies included the development of a relationship between the B.O.D. and the soluble and solids portion of two waste tests. The jar test was used for the studies on the coagulation process. The final section of the paper outlines the chemical cost factors involved in process selection.

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