Forced Circulation of Large Bodies of Waterby Thomas R. Riddick,
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1958, Vol. 84, Issue 4, Pg. 1-21
Document Type: Journal Paper
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In June 1956, a floating aerator was designed and put in service at the Ossining, NY municipal water collecting reservoir. An eight HP blower connected to this unit was sufficient to circulate the entire volume of water - 80 million gallons, at a rate of 153 MGD. The most important results were - completely breaking reservoir stratification; retardation and substantial elimination of winter-freeze-over; reduction in color and carbon dioxide; oxidation and precipitation of iron and manganese; increase in dissolved oxygen content; and a shift of the biological environment towards the aerobic side.
Subject Headings: Water circulation | Dissolved oxygen | Reservoirs | Municipal water | Water stratification | Carbon dioxide | Winter | Aeration
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