Aarne Vesilind received his undergraduate degree in civil engineering from Lehigh University and his Ph. He joined the faculty of Duke University in where he served as chair of the Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering. In , he was appointed to the R. He served in this capacity until his retirement in Morgan received her B.
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Skip to content Skip to search. Aarne Vesilind, Susan M. Vesilind, P. Physical Description xx, p. Language English View all editions Prev Next edition 1 of 8. Author Vesilind, P. Other Authors Morgan, Susan. Edition 2nd ed. Subjects Environmental engineering.
Environmental ethics. Summary This text has two unifying themes: materials balances and environmental ethics. The authors demonstrate that environmental problems need to be solved using a holistic approach and incorporate ethical decision-making into the discussions and problems. Contents Pt. Environmental Engineering Ch.
Identifying and Solving Environmental Problems 1. The Disposal of Wastewater Sludge 1. The Donora Episode 1. Jersey City Chromium 1. The Discovery of Biological Wastewater Treatment 1.
The Garbage Barge Pt. Fundamentals Ch. Engineering Calculations 2. Engineering Dimensions and Units 2. Approximations in Engineering Calculations 2. Information Analysis Ch. Material Balances and Separations 3.
Material Balances with a Single Material 3. Material Balances with Multiple Materials 3. Material Balances with Reactors Ch. Reactions 4. Zero-Order Reactions 4. First-Order Reactions 4.
Second-Order and Noninteger-Order Reactions 4. Half-Life and Doubling Time 4. Consecutive Reactions Ch. Reactors 5. Mixing Model 5. Reactor Models Ch. Energy Flows and Balances 6. Units of Measure 6. Energy Balances and Conversion 6. Energy Sources and Availability Ch. Ecosystems 7. Energy and Material Flows in Ecosystems 7. Human Influence on Ecosystems Pt. Applications Ch. Water Quality 8. Measures of Water Quality 8. Assessing Water Quality 8. Water Quality Standards Ch. Water Supply and Treatment 9.
The Hydrologic Cycle and Water Availability 9. Water Treatment 9. Distribution of Water Ch. Wastewater Treatment Wastewater Transport Preliminary and Primary Treatment Secondary Treatment Tertiary Treatment Sludge Treatment and Disposal Selection of Treatment Strategies Ch. Air Quality Meteorology and Air Movement Major Air Pollutants Sources and Effects of Air Pollution Air Quality Standards Ch.
Air Quality Control Treatment of Emissions Dispersion of Air Pollutants Control of Moving Sources Ch. Solid Waste Collection of Refuse Generation of Refuse Reuse and Recycling of Materials from Refuse Combustion of Refuse Ultimate Disposal of Refuse: Sanitary Landfills Reducing the Generation of Refuse: Source Reduction Integrated Solid Waste Management Ch.
Hazardous Waste Defining Hazardous Waste Hazardous Waste Management Radioactive Waste Management Pollution Prevention Noise Pollution Sound Measurement of Sound Effect of Noise on Human Health Noise Abatement Noise Control Ch. Engineering Decisions Decisions Based on Technical Analyses Decisions Based on Cost-Effectiveness Analyses Decisions Based on Risk Analyses
Introduction to Environmental Engineering
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