Hydraulic Considerations


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Hydraulic Considerations
Hydraulic Considerations
Hydraulic Profile The hydraulic profile is based on sound hydraulic principles that determine the water level required at each treatment process for wastewater to flow through the facility. The resulting water surface profile elevations typically are presented graphically on a drawing sheet in the WRRF construction drawings. A hydraulic profile typically is prepared for the main liquid flow path extending from the facility inlet sewer to the receiving water, but one can also be prepared for ancillary flow trains, such as solids treatment and disposal facilities. The latter are particularly useful when there is gravity flow between process units. The hydraulic profile is determined for the p…
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The Water Environment Federation (WEF): Design of Water Resource Recovery Facilities, Sixth Edition. Hydraulic Considerations, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export