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- Feb 05, 2019

## Sanitary Sewer Design Example 3

Design a sanitary sewer to serve a population of 5,000 people, if the average consumption is 400 liters per capita per day (lpcd). How many extra persons can be served if the slope is doubled? Using "n" value of 0.013 in the Manning's formula &amp; the return flow as 70%. Check the minimum self-cleaning velocity. Neglect infiltration &amp; inflow?
- Feb 05, 2019

## Design of Sanitary Sewer - Solved Example # 2

Design a sanitary sewer to serve a population of 5,000 people, if the average consumption is 400 liters per capita per day (lpcd). How many extra persons can be served if the slope is doubled? Using "n" value of 0.013 in the Manning's formula &amp; the return flow as 70%. Check the minimum self-cleaning velocity. Neglect infiltration &amp; inflow?
- Feb 05, 2019

## Sanitary Sewer Design Example # 1

Design a sanitary sewer to serve a population of 5,000 people, if the average consumption is 400 liters per capita per day (lpcd). How many extra persons can be served if the slope is doubled? Using "n" value of 0.013 in the Manning's formula &amp; the return flow as 70%. Check the minimum self-cleaning velocity. Neglect infiltration &amp; inflow?
- Feb 04, 2019

## How to Design Sanitary Sewer using Manning's Equation

Calculate the anticipated future (ultimate) population of area served by the sewer using ultimate population density.&lt; Multiply the ultimate population by per capita average daily sewage flow to obtain the average daily sewage flow e.g. Select or calculate peaking factor (P.F) &amp; Peak hourly waste water flow
- Feb 04, 2019

## Design of Septic Tank with Design Example

Septic tanks are now a day’s extensively used in most parts of the world and people are trying to adopt this system of removing human excreted waste.The working principal of septic tank is quite simple the bigger particles that comes with the waste water settles down at the bottom of the tank forms sludge, the greasy
- Feb 04, 2019

## How to Estimate the Design Flow for a Sanitary Sewer

Design flow for sanitary sewer can be find as shown in steps below: Calculate the anticipated future (ultimate) population of area served by the sewer using ultimate population density. Multiply the ultimate population by per capita average daily sewage flow to obtain the average daily sewage flow. Select or calculate peaking factor (P.F)
- Sep 01, 2017

## Sanitary & Environmental Science Engineering Definitions

Sanitary engineering is the application of scientific or mathematical principles with to the field of sanitation, especially in regards to its effect on public health. Sanitation is the hygienic means of preventing human contact from the hazards of wastes to promote health. Wastewater is any water that has been adversely affected in quality by anthropogenic influence. It
- Aug 30, 2017

## Definition of various Waste Water flow rates

Qavg is the daily average flow based on yearly data.. Normally, the treatment units are designed on the basis of daily average flow while peak and minimum flows are used to check the capacities of basin and conduits in extreme flow condition. Mass Loading Factor takes care for the fluctuation in wastewater flows and the respective characteristics loading parameters.
- Jul 07, 2017

## Reactors of Waste Water Treatment

Units are the vessels or basin that holds wastewater for the treatment by chemical or biological processes. They can be of any shape. Depending upon the flow and operating conditions and the methods of mixing of the wastewater therein, the reactors have the following main types; Continuous-Flow Stirred Tank Reactor (CFSTR) or Completely-Mix Reactor:
- Jul 06, 2017

## Quality of Sewage - Chemical, Physical and Biological Characteristics

The physical characteristics of wastewater include those items that can be detected using the physical senses. They are temperature, color, odor, and solids. Sewage contains both organic and inorganic chemicals in addition to various gases like H2S, CO2, CH4, and NH3 etc that are formed due to the decomposition of sewage. The chemical characteristics of wastewater of
- Apr 26, 2017

## Design procedure for sanitary sewers

Calculate the average wastewater flow, Qavg = (70-80) % of average water consumption. Select a peak factor, PF = [(18+√P)/(4+√P)], where P = population in thousands. Calculate the peak wastewater flow, Qpeak = (PF * Qavg)