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The following references offer some good general reading and design-specific information.

1. Cheremisinoff, P.N., Wastewater Treatment Pocket Handbook, Pudvan Publishing, Northbrook, IL, 1987.

2. Cheremisinoff, P.N., Pocket Handbook for Solid-Liquid Separations, Gulf Publishing Co., Houston, TX, 1984.

3. Noyes, R., Unit Operations in Environmental Engineering, Noyes Publishers, NJ, 1994.

4. Kirkpatrick, J., Mathematics for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plant Operators, Ann Arbor Science Pub., Ann Arbor, MI, 1976.

5. Wells, S. A. and Gordon, J. A. (1982) "Geometric Variations in Reservoir Water Quality," Water Resources Bulletin, Vol. 18, No. 4, 661-670

6. Adams, E. E. and Wells, S. A. (1984) "Field Measurements on Side Arms of Lake Anna, Virginia," Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 110, No. 6, 773-793

7. Adams, E. E„ Wells, S. A. and Ho, E. K. (1987) "Vertical Diffusion in a Stratified Cooling Lake," Journal of Hydraulic Engineering, ASCE, Vol. 113, No. 3, 293-307

8. Dick, R. I., Wells, S. A. and Bierck, B. R. (1988) "A Note on the Role of Capillary Forces in Compressible Cake Filtration," Fluid/Particle Separation Journal, Vol. 1, No. 1, 32-34

9. Bierck, B. R., Wells, S. A., and Dick, R. I. (1988) "Compressible Cake Filtration: Monitoring Cake Formations Using X-Rays from a Synchrotron Source," Water Pollution Control Federation Journal, Vol. 60, No. 5, 645-650

10. Wells, S. A. and Dick, R. I. (1989) "Mathematical Modeling of Compressible Cake Filtration," Proceedings ASCE National Environmental Engineering Conference, Austin, TX, 788-795

11. Wells, S. A. (1990) "Effect of Winter Heat Loss on Treatment Plant Efficiency," Research Journal of the Water Pollution Control Federation, Vol. 62, No. 1, 34-39

12. Wells, S. A. (1990) "Determination of Sludge Properties for Modeling Compressible Cake Filtration from Specific Resistance Tests," Proceedings A.S.C.E. National Environmental Engineering Conference, Washington, D.C., 125-131

13. Wells, S. A. (1991) "Two-Dimensional, Steady-State Modeling of Cake Filtration in a Laterally Unconfined Domain," Fluid/Particle Separation Journal, Vol. 4, No. 2, June, 107-116

14. Wells, S. A. and Plaskett, J. H. (1992) "Modeling Compressible Cake Filtration with Uncertainty," in Advances in Filtration and Separation Technology : Separation Problems and the Environment, Volume 5, ed. by B. Scheiner, American Filtration Society, pp. 351-354

15. Wells, S. A. and Dick, R. I. (1992) "Synchrotron Radiation Measurements of Degree of Saturation in Porous Matrix," A.S.C.E., Journal of Engineering Mechanics, Vol. 118, No. 8, 1738-1744

16. Wells, S. A. and Dick, R. I. (1993) "Permeability, Solid and Liquid Velocity, and Effective Stress Variations in Compressible Cake Filtration," Proceedings, American Filtration Society Conference on System Approach to Separation and Filtration Process Equipment, Chicago, Illinois, May 3-6, pp. 9-12

17. Karl, J. and Wells, S. A. (1995) "Modeling of Gravity Sedimentation in One Dimension," in Advances in Filtration and Separation, Vol. 9, ed. by K. Choi, American Filtration and Separations Society, pp. 400-410

18. Berger, C. and Wells, S. A. (1995) "Effects of Management Strategies to Improve Water Quality in the Tualatin River, Oregon," in Water Resources Engineering, Vol. 2, ed. by W, Espey Jr. and P. Combs, ASCE, 1360-1364

19. A.Rushton, A.S. Ward and R.G. Holdich, Solid-Liquid Filtration and Separation Technology, 1996, VCH, Weinheim, Germany

20. R.G. Holdich, 1990, Rotary Vacuum Filter Scale-up Calculations - and the use of Computer Spreadsheets, Filtration and Separation, 27, pp 435-439

21. R.G. Holdich, 1994, Simulation of Compressible Cake Filtration, Filtration and Separation, 31, pp 825-829

22. R.G. Holdich and G. Butt, 1997, Separation Science and Technology, 32, pp 2129-2151

The following are Web sites to visit for additional information and calculation methods

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