Nitrification studies of ship channel waters
Eckenfelder WW Jr
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The study described was conducted on the Houston Ship Channel water in Texas to determine the nitrification of channel water samples; the effects of channel flow and degree of treatment on the nitrification process under simulated laboratory conditions. Several 12-gal drums were used for the simulation experiment and aerated to keep the solids in suspension and dissolved oxygen distributed uniformly in the water. Simulation studies were conducted for two degrees of treatment and for two different flow conditions
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