Drinking Water Engineering and Science (DWES)
Open Access – Public Peer-Review & Interactive Public Discussion – Personalized Copyright under a Creative Commons License – Moderate Article Processing Charges
Indexed in Scopus . Included in the Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ) as well as in the Bodleian Library (UK) , Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek (D) and Library of Congress (USA) . Long-term e-archived in Portico and CLOCKSS .
Aims and Scope
Drinking Water Engineering and Science aims to be the leading scientific open access journal for the publication of original research in drinking water treatment. The focus is on fundamental and applied research in water sources, substances, drinking water treatment processes, distribution systems and residual management.
Drinking Water Engineering and Science serves scientists from universities and research institutes and engineers from water supply companies and engineering consulting firms.
Every issue will contain at least one paper on drinking water in developing countries. A fund will be established to give authors from developing countries the opportunity to publish their work.
- Catchment and reservoirs
- Aquifer Management
- Microfiltration, ultrafiltration
- Nanofiltration, reverse osmosis
- Granular filtration
- Advanced oxidation
- Coagulation, sedimentation, flotation, flocculation
- Ion exchange
- Biological treatment
- Water treatment in developing countries
- Natural Treatment
||- Emerging chemical contaminants (endocrine disrupting compounds)
- Taste and odor
||- Treatment - distribution interaction
- Network design
- Demand prediction
||- Process control and automation
- Modeling and simulation
- Sensoring and monitoring
- Computational fluid dynamics
- Microbial and chemical risk assessment
||- Potable vs. non-potable
- Water reuse and recycling
- Swimming pools
- Residuals Management
Drinking Water Engineering and Science (DWES) and Drinking Water Engineering and Science Discussions (DWESD) are published by the Copernicus GmbH (Copernicus Publications) on behalf of the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft).