A common water treatment chemical, sodium carbonate.


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OIL RECLAIMING

1. A process in which oil is passed through a filter as it comes from equipment and then returned for reuse, in the same manner that crank case oil is cleaned by an engine filter. 2. A method in which solids are removed from oil by treatment in settling tanks.

NONEQUILIBRIUM THERMODYNAMICS

A quantitative treatment of irreversible processes and of rates at which they occur. Also known as irreversible thermodynamics.

NEWTONIAN MECHANICS

The system of mechanics based upon Newton's laws of motion in which mass and energy are considered as separate, conservative, mechanical properties, in contrast to their treatment in relativistic mechanics.

MOD ROOM

[ENG ACOUS] A control room in a sound-recording studio in which the acoustic treatment comprises a uniform disposition of the sound-absorbent material all about the room.

LEDE ROOM

[ENG ACOUS] A control room in a sound-recording studio in which the rear wall is made reflective or diffusive, while the dead or sound-absorbent treatment is applied at the frontal sidewalls near the loudspeaker to prevent lateral reflections from mixing with direct signals from the loudspeaker. Derived from live-enddead-end room.

INTERCEPTING SEWER

A sewer that receives flow from transverse sewers and conducts the water to a treatment plant or disposal point.

IMHOFF TANK

A sewage treatment tank in which digestion and settlement take place in separate compartments, one below the other.

ANODIZING

The treatment of a metal surface whereby the metal is made anodic.

SODIUM SULFITE (Na2S03)

A chemical used with water treatment to remove small amounts of oxygen.

COMBINED TREATMENT

A method of physical treatment , followed by the addition of chemicals to remove oxygen.

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