Measurements of the hydraulic roughness of slimed sewers and pipes

Measurements of the hydraulic roughness of slimed sewers and pipes.
Perkins, J.A.and Gardiner, I.M.
Technical Report. Hydraulic Research Station. (Unpublished) (1982)

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Abstract:A series of experiments on the effect of sliming on the hydraulic roughness of foul sewers has been carried out on a specially-constructed rig at a sewage pumping station at Littlemore, Oxford. Three separate runs of 335,206 and 188 days duration were conducted on a continuous pipeline made up of vertically-cast concrete, uPVC, spun concrete, asbestos-cement and unglazed pipes at a gradient of 1 in 250 and a velocity of 1.2m/s. In each test the flow was varied continuously on a daily circle with a peak at 1000 hours, giving approximately helf-full depths, and a secondary minor peak at 1900 hours.
Item Type:Monograph (Technical Report)
Subjects:Water > Water quality
Drainage > Urban infrastructure
Water > General
ID Code:1345
Deposited On:27 Oct 2016 08:09
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