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Feb 26, 2016

Feb 26, 2016

Feb 26, 2016

- 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

## Open Channel Hydraulics (V.T Chow) Solved Example # 02

Q.No. 02 Verify by computation the depth-velocity relationships shown in figure below for the four flow regimes in a wide rectangular open channel. The temperature of the water is taken as 680F. Depth Vs Velocity Depth Vs Velocity Chart
- 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)