Pumping


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Pumping
PumpingThe design of WRRFs confronts the engineer with a wide range of pumping applications, including raw wastewaters; treated wastewaters; mixtures of domestic and industrial wastes; raw sludges, thickened sludges, biosolids, and grit; scum containing a mixture of grease, floating solids, and trash; return and waste activated sludges (WASs); chemical solutions; flushing water; spray water and pump seal water; tank drainage; and sump pump water. Pumping of sludges and biosolids is presented in Chapter 19.Some typical wastewater treatment applications for these pumps are described in Table 5.2. R…
Citation
The Water Environment Federation (WEF): Design of Water Resource Recovery Facilities, Sixth Edition. Pumping, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2018), AccessEngineering Export