14.- WSP Design Summary (3)

Egg removal 2 design equation is r 1001 041exp041

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Unformatted text preview: kBθan)(1+ kBθfac)(1+ kBθmat)n] [(1+ • But as yet no maturation ponds, so: Ne(fac) = Ni / [(1+ kBθan)(1+ kBθfac)] [(1+ e(fac) 2. Egg removal 2. • Design equation is: R (%) = 100[1 − 0.41exp(−0.41θ + 0.0085θ2)], but use: r = [1 − 0.41exp(−0.41θ + 0.0085θ2)] 0.41exp(−0.41 • Apply first to anaerobic pond (θa), then to facultative pond (θf); then: No. of eggs in fac. pond effluent = No. [(No. in raw wastewater) × (1 − ra) × (1 − rf)] [(No. )] MATURATION PONDS MATURATION • General equation is: Ne = Ni / [(1+ kBθan)(1+ kBθfac)(1+ kBθmat)n] [(1+ • But Ne(fac) already calculated, so use: Ne(mat) = Ne(fac) / (1+ kBθmat)n e(mat) e(fac) (1+ • or (and this is better): Ne(mat) = Ne(fac) / [(1+ kBθM1)(1+ kBθmat)n] e(mat) e(fac) [(1+ Maturation Pond Design Maturation Three-step procedure Step 1: Step min Calculate: θM1 = 10LiD ∕ 0.75λs(fac) 10L...
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This note was uploaded on 03/07/2013 for the course CIVE 1301 taught by Professor Drborman during the Spring '09 term at Leeds Metropolitan U..

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