Microbiology in civil engineering : proceedings of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies Symposium held at Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK, 3-5 September 1990

edited by P. Howsam

Although most public health and environmental engineers are aware of the importance of microbial activity, many civil engineers do not appreciate the part microbiological process play in, for example, biodeterioration of concrete and other construction materials, alteration of soil and rock properties, clogging of boreholes, distribution and irrigation systems, and biofouling in embankment dams. There is a need for greater interaction between scientists and engineers in this respect. Recent advances in applied microbiology and biochemistry could usefully be extrapolated to fields of civil engineering. Indeed an understanding of microbiological activity in what is often thought of as purely physical and/or chemical processes and an awareness of what to look for is becoming increasingly important for civil engineers in their design of a variety of systems and structures. This book forms the Proceedings of the International Conference held at Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK, in September 1990.

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  • Part 1: Introduction. Microbes in Civil Engineering Environments - D R Cullimore, Regina Water Research Institute, Canada. Part 2: Overviews of the Main Microbiological Processes Relevant to Civil Engineering. Microbes in Civil Engineering Environments: Biofilms and biofouling - D R Cullimore, Regina Water Research Institute, Canada . Bio-corrosion in Civil Engineering - A K Tiller, National Corrosion Service, NPL, UK . Biodeterioration - K Seal, Cranfield Biotechnology Ltd, UK. Part 3: Water Supply Engineering.0 Bacterial Growth Potential in the Distribution System - O Adams & Y Kott, Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Israel.Engineered Water Systems and Waterborne Disease - G J Mistry & R van Woerkom, Thames Water Enterprises, UK. Study on Biofouling Forming in the Industrial Cooling Water Systems - Gy Lakatos, Ecological Institute of Kossuth University, Hungary.Part 4: Engineering Materials.0 Major Biodeterioration Aspects of Buildings in Romania - A Popescu and T Beschea, Bucharest, Romania.The Biodeterioration of Polyester Polyurethane in soil/marine contact - M J Kay, L H G Morton & E L Prince, Lancashire Polytechnic, UK.Influence of Materials on the Microbiological Colonization of Drinking Water - D Schoenen, Hygiene-Institute, W Germany.Degradation of Concrete in Sewer Environment by Biogenic Sulfuric Acid Attack - A C A van Mechelen & R B Polder, Institute for Building Materials and Structures, The Netherlands.Micromorphological Aspects of the Microbial Decay of Wood - R Venkatasamy, R Mouzouras, E B G Jones, & S T Moss, Portsmouth Polytechnic, UK.Part 5: Groundwater Engineering.0 Biofouling in Sierra Colorado Water Supply: A Case Study - R E Alcalde, Departamento Provincial de Aguas, Argentina & M A Gariboglio, Universidad Nacional de al Plata, Argentina.Iron Biofouling in Groundwater Abstraction Systems: Why and How? - P Howsam & S F Tyrrel Silsoe College, CIT, UK. Complexity of Causes of Well Yield Decrease - I Savic, Faculty of Science, University of Belgrade, Yugoslavia, F Barbic, O Krajcic, Institute for Technology of Nuclear and Other Mineral Raw Materials, Yugoslavia.Theoretical Evaluation of Production Losses from a Water Well Which Involves Biofouling - D R Cullimore, Regina Water Research Institute, Canada.Occurrence and Derivation of Iron-binding Bacteria in Iron-Bearing Groundwater - K Olanczuk-Neyman, Gdansk Technical University, Poland. \b Part 6: Land Drainage and Reclamation and Waste Disposal\b0. Biotreatment of Contaminated Land - B Ellis & R J F Bewley, Biotreatment Ltd., UK.Clogging Problems in a Subsurface Pressure Distribution System for Waste Water Disposal - G Cherier, AFBSN, J Lesavre & A Zairi, CREATE, France.Elimination of Ochre Deposits from Drainpipe Systems - A Beliovich, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, Israel. \b Part 7: Geotechnic

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書名 Microbiology in civil engineering : proceedings of the Federation of European Microbiological Societies Symposium held at Cranfield Institute of Technology, UK, 3-5 September 1990
著作者等 Federation of European Microbiological Societies. Symposium
Howsam, P.
Howsam P.
シリーズ名 FEMS symposium
出版元 E. & F.N. Spon
刊行年月 1990
ページ数 xi, 382 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0419167307
NCID BA11307723
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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