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Main Title Design of a Combined Sewer Fluidic Regulator.
CORP Author Bowles Engineering Corp., Silver Spring, Md.
Year Published 1969
Report Number DI-14-12-486; 02773,; DAST-13
Stock Number PB-188 914
Additional Subjects ( Sanitary engineering ; Fluidics) ; ( Water pollution ; Sewage) ; Fluidics ; Design ; Storms ; Rain ; Fluid flow ; Pipes ; Feasibility studies ; Standards ; Maintenance ; Costs ; Construction ; Water supplies ; Natural resources ; Sewers ; Sewer fluidic regulators
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NTIS  PB-188 914 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
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Abstract
The objective of the program was to demonstrate feasibility, and to develop a workable configuration for a combined sewer Fluidic regulator, whose purpose is to minimize combined sewer discharge while protecting interceptor sewers from overloading during storm flows. A second objective was to develop design procedures and criteria for the general application of this concept to municipal sewer diversion requirements, including preliminary investigations of construction methods, costs, and maintenance requirements. A third objective was to establish a plan and location for an operational demonstration of the concept with a cooperating municipality. All objectives were successfully met. A generic Fluidic Regulator configuration was evolved which diverts 0 to 75% of the combined sewer flow away from the interceptor as a function of water level sensed in the interceptor sewer, or combined sewer, in either an analog or digital operational mode. Application design criteria were evolved for a range of small to medium sized municipal sewers, in terms of a few basic parameters. Projected installation costs are only slightly more than for conventional diversion structures; while the anticipated construction and maintenance requirements are simple and minimal. (Author)