|Title||:||ISE WASTEWATER ENGINEERING: TREATMENT & RESOURCE RECOVERY|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Education Ltd Auflage 5 ed 16 Dezember 2013|
|Number of Pages||:||1856 Seiten|
|File Size||:||896 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
ISE WASTEWATER ENGINEERING: TREATMENT & RESOURCE RECOVERY Reviews
Die Druckqualität vieler Seiten ist leider sehr schlecht. Die Seiten sehen aus, als ob sie in niedriger Qualität eingescannt und ausdruckt wurden.Inhaltlich ist Buch gut, allerdings ist auf Grund der Druckqualität anstrengend zu lesen.
This is the best and most comprehensive wastewater treatment text in the field. Prof. Tchobanoglous has done an excellent job of improving this text edition by edition. The subjects are technically accurate and up to date; the descriptions are good; the tables, figures, and example problems are well selected and relate well and easily to the text. The formatting is very well done which results in a text that is easy to relate to and one in which material is easy to find. With his dedication and perseverance in continuing to update this text over the years, Professor Tchobanoglous has become the best textbook author in our field.I would hesitate to use this text for undergraduate courses. (It costs too much and covers only wastewater treatment. Most undergraduate courses in the field cover water treatment and wastewater treatment in one course. This text it too comprehensive for undergraduate courses, and especially when coupled with a water treatment text, the cost is too high to require of undergraduates.) However, it would be my first choice for graduate courses. And as a practitioner it would be (and is) the wastewater text that I absolutely would not be without as a desk side reference.My only complaint about the book is its increase in size with each edition. Considering its hefty weight, Amazon should consider listing it as a body building product in addition to an engineering text. :)
I am a mechanical engineer and have been doing engineering work for 46 years. I had an earlier version of this book, which I used for many years, but I lost it between jobs. I always wanted to purchase another copy, but had no real need until recently. This book was immediately helpful. It showed me how to calculate pressure drop across a sand filter. This book is directed mainly at biological water treatment, however, any engineer who has to do water treatment design work will find this book invaluable.John P. DeBaise
Surprisingly disappointed!Most of the chapters were poorly printed. Stressful for eyes to read the fonts. Sometimes need a magnifier to distinguish the small blurry prints, then found them were hollow-shadowy printed.Need to find a way to request a CLEAR printed replacement.
The book contents exceeded my expectations. A must have for graduate students. This book plus the environmental engineers handbook are excellent companions for biological treatment process design.