Syllabus

Mass-spec for pool water

before during and after a practice, at varying depths

Mass-spec for Natatorium air

before during and after a practice, at varying depths

Pressure Equilibrium

at varying water and air temperatures and humidity levels

Pressure equillibrium

at varying combined chlorine levels

Disinfection rates

Effectiveness of UV

dosing of UV

degassing of pool water

effectiveness of catalynic carbon on filtration

effectiveness of glass filter medium

degassing of water through pressurization

effectiveness of distillation

study of chloramine production

study of chloramine degradation

effectiveness of aeration

optimum surface area for off-gassing

Reaction rates and mechanisms for the reaction of OCl- with human introduced organics

Toxicity of the disinfectant by-products.  At what levels do they become a problem and how can they be identified before they become a problem.

Non chemical pool treatment for high volumes of users.

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One response to this post.

  1. Posted by Phil on March 18, 2010 at 2:35 am

    Reaction rates and mechanisms for the reaction of OCl- with human introduced organics

    Toxicity of the disinfectant by-products. At what levels do they become a problem and how can they be identified before they become a problem.

    Non chemical pool treatment for high volumes of users.

    Reply

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