Statistical Process Control and Other Techniques for Managing Cryptosporidium Risk in Water Treatment
ISBN: 1 84057 177 2
The report provides statistical techniques to allow operators to identify abnormal variations in final water turbidity which could pose an increased risk of Cryptosporidium breakthrough, and to set alarms accordingly. Techniques are also provided to allow the performance of individual process units to be compared. Additionally, the application of risk assessment methodologies to water treatment are reviewed.
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