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Chen, L. (author), Ling, Fangqiong (author), Bakker, Geo (author), Liu, Wen Tso (author), Medema, G.J. (author), van der Meer, W.G.J. (author), Liu, G. (author)
Worldwide, it is common that the drinking water distribution systems (DWDSs) may be subjected to changes of supply water quality due to the needs of upgrading the treatment processes or switching the source water. However, the potential impacts of quality changed supply water on the stabilized ecological niches within DWDSs and the associated...
journal article 2020
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Zhang, Yingfei (author)
For drinking water companies in Netherlands, the current conventional treatment technique may not be fully capable to cope with potential future problems resulted from climate change, salinization and social developments, such as population growth. Innovative technologies like reverse osmosis and more strict drinking water standards are expected...
master thesis 2019
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Fang, Jiaxing (author)
Driven by the fast development of water purification technologies, tightening of water quality regulations and the increasing public concern on water-related health problems, drinking water companies have spared no efforts on treatment processes upgradation as well as striving on maintenance aspects. In the event of perturbation such as supply...
master thesis 2018
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Li, Xuan (author)
The drinking water safety has been paid close attention, and the water purification development and distribution cleaning have been widely studied. To meet stricter water quality regulations and fight new emerging pollutants, upgrading treatment processes to improve treated water quality has become common practices worldwide. However, the quality...
master thesis 2017
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