"Slurry Systems, Instrumentation to Solid-Liquid Separation"
Table of Contents
"Slurry Systems, Instrumentation, Nicholas J. Paulis and David Silvermetz Slurry Systems, Nonsettling, Flow Measurement in Pipes, Nigel I. Heywood and K. Mehta Slurry Systems, Friction Loss and Pipeline Design, Ron Darby, Robert Mun, and David V. Boger Slurry Systems, Pump Selection, J. Ingemar Dalstad Soda Ash Supply-Demand Relationships, J. D. Adhia and Sarat K. Vakil Soda Ash from Trona and Other Natural Sources, Donald E. Garrett Sodium Chlorate, J. E. Colman and B. V. Tilak Sodium Chloride Supply-Demand Relationships, Dennis S. Kostick Sodium Chloride Solution Properties, John J. McKetta Sodium Chloride Washing, J. D. Adhia and Sarat K. Vakil Sodium Hydroxide, Alloy Selection, Charles M. Schillmoller Sodium Sulfate Supply-Demand Relationships, Dennis S. Kostick Soil Bed Biofiltration, Hinrich L. Bohn Soil Vapor Extraction, David C. Noonan, William K. Glynn, and Michael E. Miller Soils, Removal of Toxics, Edward S. Alperin and Robert D. Fox Soils and Sludges, Biotreatment, Richard A. Brown and Christopher H. Nelson Solar Energy, George O. G. Löf and John A. Duffie Solar Energy, Chemical Processing, Frank W. Wilkins and Daniel M. Blake Solid Flow Through Bin Openings, Adam Zanker Solid-Gas Separation, Dust Filter Collector, Selection of, Miles L. Croom Solid-Gas Separation, Equipment Selection, John Petchonka and Jim Hanly Solid-Liquid Agitation, Louis E. Gates, Jerry R. Morton, and Phillip L. Fondy Solid-Liquid Centrifugation Developments, A. J. Carleton Solid-Liquid Equilibria, Predicting, Robert F. Muir and Colin S. Howat III Solid-Liquid Phase-Transfer Catalysis, Herman A. Yee, Harvey J. Palmer, and Shaw H. Chen Solid-Liquid Processing, Jerry R. Johanson Solid-Liquid Processing, Classifier Performance, Adam Zanker Solid-Liquid Separation, Stanley M. Walas "
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