The pollution control measures needed today and in the future should be controlled by the consideration of capital costs, operation and maintenance costs (O&M costs), and total energy use. A considerable effort to compile these costs has been made by the Federal and local governments, and consulting engineering firms. Based on their data banks, the mathematical models of pollution control equipment costs, O&M costs, electrical energy consumptions and total heating requirements have been developed for simplifying environmental engineers’ decision making process on optimization and selection of pollution control technologies.
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- Energy Models and Cost Models for Water Pollution Control
John C. Wang
Donald B. Aulenbach
Lawrence K. Wang
Mu-Hao Sung Wang
- Springer Berlin Heidelberg