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Main Title Swirl and helical bend regulator/concentrator for storm and combined sewer overflow control /
Author Pisano, William C. ; Pisano, W. C. ; Connick, D. J. ; Aronson, G. L.
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Author Title of a Work
Connick, Daniel J.
Aronson, Gerald L.
CORP Author Environmental Design and Planning, Inc., Boston, MA.;Municipal Environmental Research Lab., Cincinnati, OH.
Publisher U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Office of Research and Development, Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory,
Year Published 1984
Report Number PB85-102523; EPA-600/2-84-151; EPA-S-805975; EPA-S-802219
Stock Number PB85-102523
OCLC Number 14047848
Subjects Combined sewer overflows--United States. ; Storm sewers.
Additional Subjects Flow regulators ; Concentrators ; Combined sewers ; Water pollution control ; Sewage treatment ; Overflows ; Prototypes ; Performance evaluation ; Grit removal ; Settling ; Design ; Diagrams ; Storm drains ; Graphs(Charts) ; Construction ; Field tests ; Storm water runoff ; Suspended solids
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EHAD  EPA 600-2-84-151 Region 1 Library/Boston,MA 04/10/2014
NTIS  PB85-102523 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation xxii, 341 p. : ill. ; 28 cm.
Abstract
Swirl and helical bend devices were studied for three years at Lancaster, PA, and West Roxbury in Boston, MA. At Lancaster the study included: A full-scale swirl regulator/solids concentrator (SRC) for combined sewer overflow (CSO) control (24-ft (7.3-m) diameter) and a swirl degritter for SRC foul underflow (8-ft (2.4-m) diameter). At West Roxbury the study included: A pilot-scale SRC for separate urban stormwater treatment (10.5-ft (3.2-m) diameter) and a pilot-scale helical bend regulator/solids concentrator (HBRC) for separate urban stormwater treatment (60-ft (18.3-m) long). Data from the Lancaster facility indicated that the SRC is an efficient treatment device to remove heavier or 'first flush'-related suspended solids and grit. At West Roxbury, efficiencies were low for both units and appear to be related to very low settling velocities of the suspended solids.
Notes
At head of title: Project summary. "Sept. 1984." "EPA-600/2-84-151." "Grant Nos. S-805975 and S-802219." "PB85-102523." "Project Officer Richard Field."
Contents Notes
Swirl and helical bend devices were studied for three years at Lancaster, PA, and West Roxbury in Boston, MA. At Lancaster the study included: A full-scale swirl regulator/solids concentrator (SRC) for combined sewer overflow (CSO) control (24-ft (7.3-m) diameter) and a swirl degritter for SRC foul underflow (8-ft (2.4-m) diameter). At West Roxbury the study included: A pilot-scale SRC for separate urban stormwater treatment (10.5-ft (3.2-m) diameter) and a pilot-scale helical bend regulator/solids concentrator (HBRC) for separate urban stormwater treatment (60-ft (18.3-m) long). Data from the Lancaster facility indicated that the SRC is an efficient treatment device to remove heavier or 'first flush'-related suspended solids and grit. At West Roxbury, efficiencies were low for both units and appear to be related to very low settling velocities of the suspended solids.