Studies in Force Main Aerationby James E. Laughlin,
Serial Information: Journal of the Sanitary Engineering Division, 1964, Vol. 90, Issue 6, Pg. 13-24
Document Type: Journal Paper
Abstract: Studies of an existing system showed air injection into a force main was an effective, economical, and reliable measure for controlling sulfides generations. Additional benefits included some degree of BOD reduction and removal of friction-producing bacterial filiments. Air at the force main outlet was not odorous, and contained only trace amounts of hydrogen sulfide. Generation of sulfides returned to normal levels a few days after aeration ceased. Analytical techniques used may apply elsewhere. The design rationale may be of value in other installations in which general conditions are similar.
Subject Headings: Pressure pipes | Sulfides | Aeration | Economic factors | System reliability | Friction | Bacteria |
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