Siting the New Boston Outfall: Near-Field Considerationsby Jonathan A. French, Camp Dresser & McKee Int, United States,
Document Type: Proceeding Paper
Part of: Hydraulic Engineering
Abstract: This paper describes a procedure applied in near-field considerations for siting the new outfall to serve the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority's (MWRA) proposed regional treatment plant for the metropolitan Boston area. The procedure is used to predict a degree of compliance with initial-dilution criteria that specify not only a concentration, but also the frequency with which that concentration may be exceeded.
Subject Headings: Frequency distribution | Water treatment plants | Water resources | Water pollution | Sea water | Sewers | Flow distribution | Urban areas | North America | Massachusetts | United States | Boston
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