John Bridgeman
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Fluorescence spectroscopy for wastewater monitoring: a review
EM Carstea, J Bridgeman, A Baker, DM Reynolds
Water research 95, 205-219, 2016
3632016
Spectroscopic characterisation of dissolved organic matter changes in drinking water treatment: From PARAFAC analysis to online monitoring wavelengths
Y Shutova, A Baker, J Bridgeman, RK Henderson
Water research 54, 159-169, 2014
2692014
Relating freshwater organic matter fluorescence to organic carbon removal efficiency in drinking water treatment
M Bieroza, A Baker, J Bridgeman
Science of the Total Environment 407 (5), 1765-1774, 2009
1622009
The application of fluorescence spectroscopy to organic matter characterisation in drinking water treatment
J Bridgeman, M Bieroza, A Baker
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 10 (3), 277-290, 2011
1492011
Predicting chlorine decay and THM formation in water supply systems
D Brown, J Bridgeman, JR West
Reviews in Environmental Science and Bio/Technology 10 (1), 79-99, 2011
1392011
CFD-aided modelling of activated sludge systems–A critical review
AM Karpinska, J Bridgeman
Water research 88, 861-879, 2016
1272016
Computational fluid dynamics modelling of sewage sludge mixing in an anaerobic digester
J Bridgeman
Advances in Engineering Software 44 (1), 54-62, 2012
1212012
To what extent can portable fluorescence spectroscopy be used in the real-time assessment of microbial water quality?
A Baker, SA Cumberland, C Bradley, C Buckley, J Bridgeman
Science of the Total Environment 532, 14-19, 2015
912015
Classification and calibration of organic matter fluorescence data with multiway analysis methods and artificial neural networks: an operational tool for improved drinking …
M Bieroza, A Baker, J Bridgeman
Environmetrics 22 (3), 256-270, 2011
812011
The development and application of CFD models for water treatment flocculators
J Bridgeman, B Jefferson, SA Parsons
Advances in Engineering Software 41 (1), 99-109, 2010
812010
Computational fluid dynamics modelling of flocculation in water treatment: a review
J Bridgeman, B Jefferson, SA Parsons
Engineering Applications of Computational Fluid Mechanics 3 (2), 220-241, 2009
782009
Determination of changes in wastewater quality through a treatment works using fluorescence spectroscopy
J Bridgeman, A Baker, C Carliell-Marquet, E Carstea
Environmental technology 34 (23), 3069-3077, 2013
742013
Portable LED fluorescence instrumentation for the rapid assessment of potable water quality
J Bridgeman, A Baker, D Brown, JB Boxall
Science of the Total Environment 524, 338-346, 2015
722015
Fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for determination of organic matter removal efficiency at water treatment works
MZ Bieroza, J Bridgeman, A Baker
Drinking Water Engineering and Science 3 (1), 63-70, 2010
692010
Characterisation of dissolved organic matter fluorescence properties by PARAFAC analysis and thermal quenching
EM Carstea, A Baker, M Bieroza, DM Reynolds, J Bridgeman
water research 61, 152-161, 2014
642014
Assessing floc strength using CFD to improve organics removal
J Bridgeman, B Jefferson, S Parsons
Chemical Engineering Research and Design 86 (8), 941-950, 2008
642008
Fluorescence spectroscopy as a tool for determining microbial quality in potable water applications
S Cumberland, J Bridgeman, A Baker, M Sterling, D Ward
Environmental technology 33 (6), 687-693, 2012
592012
Exploratory analysis of excitation‐emission matrix fluorescence spectra with self‐organizing maps as a basis for determination of organic matter removal efficiency at water …
M Bieroza, A Baker, J Bridgeman
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 114 (G4), 2009
572009
Euler-Lagrange CFD modelling of unconfined gas mixing in anaerobic digestion
D Dapelo, F Alberini, J Bridgeman
Water research 85, 497-511, 2015
542015
Velocity gradient as a tool to characterise the link between mixing and biogas production in anaerobic waste digesters
R Sindall, J Bridgeman, C Carliell-Marquet
Water Science and Technology 67 (12), 2800-2806, 2013
472013
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