2 edition of Design of spillways for re-aeration of polluted waters found in the catalog.
Design of spillways for re-aeration of polluted waters
I. T. S. Essery
|Statement||I.T.S. Essery, T.H.Y. Tebbutt, S.K. Rasaratnam.|
|Series||CIRIA report -- 72|
|Contributions||Tebbutt, T. H. Y. 1935-, Rasaratnam, S. K.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||36|
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Request PDF | Re-Aeration on Stepped Spillways with Special Consideration of Entrained and Entrapped Air | As with most high-velocity free-surface flows, stepped spillway flows become self-aerated.
As with most high-velocity free-surface flows, stepped spillway flows become self-aerated when the drop height exceeds a critical value. Due to the step-induced macro-roughness, the flow field becomes more turbulent than on a similar smooth-invert chute.
For this reason, cascades are oftentimes used as re-aeration structures in wastewater by: 1. Design of spillways for Re-aeration of Polluted Waters,Construction Industry Research and Information Association, London, Report No.
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Prediction of dissolved oxygen on stepped spillway with different configuration. Design of Spillways for Reaeration of Polluted Waters. Rep. is termed re−aeration or aeration.
Civil and Environmental Research ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.6, No.8, The Effect of Hydraulic Structure. The effect of hydraulic structure on aeration performance 1. Civil and Environmental Research ISSN (Paper) ISSN (Online) Vol.6, No.8, The Effect of Hydraulic Structure on Aeration Performance Case Study: Stepped Cascade with End Sill Dheyaa Wajid Abbood1 Hanan Hussien Abood2, Al-Mustansiriya University, Civil Engineering.
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