The purposes of the sedimentation process are to remove suspended solids, or particles, which are denser, or heavier, than water and reduce the load on the filters. The suspended solids may be in their natural state, such as bacteria, clays or silts, modified or preconditioned by prior treatment in the coagulation-flocculation process to form floc, or precipitated impurities, such as hardness and iron precipitates formed by the addition of chemicals
Describe sedimentation. Describe sedimentation basins. Discuss the theory of operation for sedimentation basins. Describe the factors that affect performance. Describe sampling and analysis of sedimentation
II: Sedimentation Basins
III: Theory of Operation for Sedimentation Basins
IV: Factors that Affect Performance
V: Sampling and Analysis"
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