Distribution of Wastewater in Drain Field Pipesby Rasmus Wiuff, Engr.; Cowiconsult, Consulting Engrs. and Planners Virum, Denmark,
Serial Information: Journal of the Environmental Engineering Division, 1981, Vol. 107, Issue 5, Pg. 1009-1024
Document Type: Journal Paper
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An analytical and experimental investigation of the outflow from a drain field pipe is presented. The pipe has circular holes along the bottom. One end of the pipe is connected, to a septic tank. The influence of equalizing the flow in the septic tank is also investigated. The theory outlined makes it possible to design a drain field pipe in such a way that the outflow from the pipe will be evenly distributed along the pipe. Therefore, the introduction of pumps and siphons could be avoided.
Subject Headings: Drainage | Pipelines | Pipes | Wastewater management | Septic tanks | Outflow | Field tests | Siphons | Pumps
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