Sunday, February 14, 2010

Marine Hydrosystem Biochemical Engineering Free Download ebooks

Hydrosystems Engineering Uncertainty Analysis
The conventional approach of frequency analysis of heavy rainfalls or large floods consider only portion of the uncertainties involved in hydrosystem engineering problems. Over the past two decades or so, there has been a steady growth on the development and application of uncertainty analysis techniques in hydrosystems engineering and other disciplines. The aim of this book is to bring together these uncertainty analysis techniques in one book and to demonstrate their applications and limitations for a wide variety of hydrosystem engineering problems.

Engineering Risk Analysis of Water Pollution: Probabilities and Fuzzy Sets
The use of fuzzy set theory to analyze the questions or risk and reliability in water quality. It also develops a methodology to assess, evaluate and control the risk of water pollution and the environment impact from wastewater disposal on rivers, groundwater and coastal areas. Other topics covered include: stochastic and fuzzy simulation of hydrosystems; decision theory under uncertainty - groundwater pollution; and risk management, elements of multiobjective trade-offs.

Corrosion behavior and Protection of Copper and Aluminum Alloys in Seawater
Corrosion Behavior and Protection of Copper and Aluminum Alloys in Seawater reviews key factors affecting the corrosion and service life of copper and aluminum alloys in the marine environment. The book is divided into five parts, with Part 1 reviewing key aspects of the corrosion behavior of both these alloys. Part 2 discusses the use of copper and copper-nickel alloys in seawater, while Parts 3 and 4 cover aluminum bronzes and alloys.

Thinking Fluid Dynamics With
This mystery is known among physicists and specialists in marine engineering as "Gray's paradox" or simply as the "Mystery of dolphins". In addition to dolphins, tuna, marlin and some other fish are also famous for swimming at extraordinary high speeds. Treating both dolphins and fish together in the same title is difficult because both animals have far different taxonomy - dolphins belonging to oceanic mammals and tuna and marlin belonging to teleology fish.

Practical Seamanship: Essential Skills for the Modern Sailor
The advent of satellite navigation, radar and electronic charts, you had to learn the art of seamanship through experience, both good and bad. After enough close calls and a few hard knocks, you developed a feel for the sea and its moods. You became aware of the subtle messages in the sky, the shape of the waves, the smell of the land. With practice you improved your boat handling and the ability to react instantly to a change in the situation.

Tools and Applications of Biochemical Engineering Science
The tools range from screening methods for novel bio catalysts and products, fluorescence spectroscopy and mass spectrometry for monitoring and analysis of cellular processes via mathematical models and protein expression systems for metabolic engineering to new bio reaction and separation devices. The applications cover the uses of animal and tissue cultures, insect cells, recombinant and marine microorganisms for the production of a variety of important bio products.

Technology and Safety of Marine Systems
This highly practical guide to safety and risk analysis in Marine Systems not only adds to the current techniques available, but more importantly identifies instances where traditional techniques fall short.

Outboard Engines: Maintenance, Troubleshooting, and Repair, 2nd Edition
This new edition, significantly expanded, brings the subject up to date, with full coverage of the new four-stroke engines, conventional electronic and direct fuel-injection systems, oil-mix systems in the new clean two-strokes, and more. You'll save time and money doing your own engine repairs and maintenance.

The Oceans
Part oceanography, biology, environmental science, chemistry, animal behavior, geology, and old-fashioned exploration, the study of Earth’s oceans has fascinated people for years. But beyond the work of Jacques Cousteau and a few others, no one has really been able to capture for a general audience the complex workings of today’s oceans. Less than five percent of the world’s oceans has been explored. Only in the last five years have the trenches and abyssal depths been touched upon, and there is much more of the ocean floor that is still beyond human reach.

Mathematical Methods for Surface and Subsurface Hydrosystems
This timely book focuses on some specific, but very important, environmental problems, namely, surface and subsurface hydrosystems. Covering state-of-the-art techniques to model such systems, the volume will be of great benefit to all researchers in applied mathematics and environmental engineering.

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