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Find Coliform Bacteria By Multiple Tube Fermentation Technique

Many bacteria are found in water. most of them are totally harmless (non pathogenic) and few are harmful (pathogenic), which causes diseases e.g. typhoid, fever, parathyphoid, dysentery, and cholera etc. The ground water at great depths is free from these bacteria. The sanitary engineer is not concerning all of them. The Coliform group is one of

Measure COD of WasteWater Using Closed Reflux Method

Place Approximately 500ml Of Sample In a clean blender bowl and homogenizze at high speed for two minutes. blending the sample ensures a auniforum distribution of suspended solids and thus improves the accuracy of test results. Holding the vial by the cap

Determination of Biochemical Oxygen Demand Of Wastewater

Bio oxygen demand (B.O.D) is the amount of oxygen required for the microorganisms (bacteria) present in the waster water to convert the organic substance to stable compounds such as CO2 and H2O. Bacteria placed in contact with organic materials will utilize it as a food source in the utilization the organic material will be oxidized to CO2 H2O. B.O.D is

Find Dissolved Oxygen in given Sample by Azide Modification

Oxygen is required for all living organisms for growth (metabolism) 21% in air quantity directly related with atm pressure and inversly proportional to temp for trout 7.5 mgl required. Add 2ml alkali iodide azide if becomes yellow = oxygen present while no oxygen ppt will be created let it settle ( Na2S03, Sodium sulphride) brings oxygen to zero. Add NaS03 to another

Tests on Concrete

SAMPLING The first step is to take a test sample from the large batch of concrete. This should be done as soon as discharge of the concrete commences. The sample should be representative of the concrete supplied. The sample is taken in one of two ways: For purposes of accepting or rejecting the load: Sampling after 0.2 m3 of the load has been poured. For routine

Concrete Slump Test - Theory and Lab Test

A slump test is a method used to determine the consistency of concrete. The consistency, or stiffness, indicates how much water has been used in the mix. The stiffness of the concrete mix should be matched to the requirements for the finished product quality. Slump is a measurement of concrete's workability, or fluidity. It's an indirect measurement of concrete

An Experiment on Hydraulic Jump

Hydraulic jumps are very efficient in dissipating the energy of the flow to make it more controllable & les erosive. In engineering practice, the hydraulic jump frequently appears downstream from

Determination of Particle Size Distribution by Sedimentation Analysis

The soil suspension is opaque, so take the readings corresponding to the upper level of meniscus. The time interval between readings should be such that the hydrometer is stable at the time of next reading

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