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Advanced Computational Approaches for Water Treatment: Applications in Food and Chemical Engineering

 Advanced Computational Approaches for Water Treatment: Applications in Food and Chemical Engineering

Advanced Computational Approaches for Water Treatment: Applications in Food and Chemical Engineering

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Krunal M Gangawane, Madhuresh Dwivedi, Praveen Ghodke

ISBNs: B0CKFPSRMX, 1032350148, 9781032350141, 9781032350691, 9781003325147, 978-1032350141, 978-1032350691, 978-1003325147

English | 2024 | PDF | 215 Pages

A rapid growth in global industrialization and population has triggered intense environmental pollution that has led to a water crisis, resulting in the decay in the quality of human life and economic losses. Novel water purification techniques are expected to alleviate this challenge. Recently, various water purification techniques, along with different computational techniques, have been developed. For instance, water purification techniques, such as electromagnetic water purification, solute-surface interactions in water, use of micro-magnetofluidic devices, UV-led water purification, and use of membranes can be thoroughly investigated by using a range of computation techniques, such as molecular dynamics, the lattice Boltzmann method, and the Navier-Stokes method-based solver. Advanced Computational Approaches for Water Treatment: Applications in Food and Chemical Engineering, presents these different numerical techniques and traditional modeling and simulation approaches to elaborate on and explain the various water purification techniques.

Features:

Serves as a dedicated reference for this emerging topic
Discusses state of the art developments in advanced computational techniques for water purification
Brings together diverse experience in this field in one reference text
Provides a roadmap for future developments in the area
This book is primarily intended for chemical engineers, hydrologists, water resource managers, civil engineers, environmental engineers, food scientists and food engineers interested in understanding the numerical approaches for different water purification techniques, such as membrane, sedimentation, filtration, micromagnetofluidic device, and ozone/UV, among others.