Wastewater Treatment Plant Design eBook ´ Wastewater

Wastewater Treatment Plant Design Based On The Water Environment Federation S MOPDesign Of Municipal Wastewater Treatment Plants, Which Is The Industry Standard For Wastewater Treatment Design, This New Edition Incorporates The Latest Design Concepts And Is Written From Both A Theoretical And Practical Basis Whether You Are A Consultant Or A Utility Engineer, This Title Will Walk You Through The Design Process Using Practical Examples, And Providing You An Education Rather Than Training Real Life Design Experience And Contemporary Theory Combine To Bring You A Deeper Understanding Of The Design Process

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About the Author: P. Aarne Vesilind

Peep Aarne VesilindAarne was born in Tallinn, Estonia in 1939 to Paul Eduard Vesilind and Aino Rebane Vesilind In 1944 his family fled Estonia to escape the invading Soviet Red Army As refugees, they lived four years in a displaced persons camp in Geislingen, Germany, before immigrating to the United States in 1949 Settling in Beaver, Pennsylvania, ten year old Aarne enrolled in fourth grade without knowing a word of English His transition was eased by supportive classmates who became lifelong friends He learned to play the trumpet and joined the Boy Scouts, rising to the rank of Eagle Scout After graduating from Beaver High School in 1958, Aarne chose Lehigh University for its civil engineering program, but admitted to actually studying adolescent behavior and fraternity with Chi Phi brothers who also remained close friends for life After Lehigh graduation Aarne married Gail Wood, with whom he had three children In 1968, he earned a Ph.D in environmental engineering at the School of Public Health, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill As a graduate student, Aarne serendipitously discovered an affinity for teaching In his professional career and his everyday living Aarne was profoundly influenced by Rachel Carson s book, Silent Spring Houghton Mifflin, 1962 and by Carson s persistence in advancing awareness of environmental problems Aarne spent a post doctoral year with the Norwegian Institute for Water Research in Oslo and another year as a research engineer at Bird Machine Company In 1970 Aarne joined the Civil Engineering faculty at Duke University, where he developed a new Environmental Engineering program While on sabbatical with his family in 1976 77 as a Fulbright Fellow, he helped establish an Environmental Center at the University of Waikato in Hamilton, New Zealand Aarne served as Trustee of the American Academy of Environmental Engineers, President of the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors, a Fellow of the American Society of Civil Engineers, and a registered Professional Engineer in North Carolina He received numerous awards in recognition of his work, including the Collingwood Prize and the Award for Achievement in Environmental Education from the American Society of Civil Engineers He also received the Founders Award and Distinguished Service award twice from the Association of Environmental Engineering and Science Professors In 2007, he traveled to Turkey to accept the Specialist Medal in Residuals Research from the International Water Association Aarne was most proud of his teaching awards, which include the E I Brown Award for teaching excellence four times from students in Duke s Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, and the Tau Beta Pi teaching award from students of the Duke School of Engineering An enthusiastic and dedicated mentor, he taught and advised many graduate and undergraduate students and he was always pleased when a former student called for advice or merely to chat In 1987 Aarne married his former high school girlfriend, Libby McTaggart They settled in Chapel Hill, NC and acquired a summer camp on a small lake in Bath, NH The Birdbath became a sanctuary for reflection, bird watching, and skinny dipping Surrounded by birch trees that reminded him of his early childhood home on the Pirita River in Tallinn, Estonia, Aarne started a small publishing house, Lakeshore Press, as a forum for academic texts, musical arrangements, and memoirs about Estonians before, during, and after Soviet occupation After a 30 year tenure at Duke, Aarne and Libby moved to Lewisburg, PA At Bucknell University, Aarne assumed the charter R L Rooke Chair of the Historical and Societal Context of Engineering He thrived among the enthusiastic faculty and bright students, several of whom he roped into forming a tuba quartet with him A prolific scholar, A

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