Service Lateral Reconstruction in the Isle of Man

Microtunneling Arrives in San Diego as an Attractive Alternative to Open Trenching

Evaluation of Shotcrete Efficiency in Sewers Rehabilitation

Innovative Design of a Multiport Diffuser

Computer Control of CSOs
Like many older cities, St. Louis has a combined sewer system and is faced with the difficulties of dealing with combined sewer overflows (CSOs). The Metropolitan St. Louis Sewer District...

Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation
This manual, Existing Sewer Evaluation and Rehabilitation, Second Edition, provides general guidance and serves as a source of information...

Urban Drainage Rehabilitation Programs and Techniques
Selected Papers on Urban Drainage Rehabilitation from 1988-1993 Water Resource Planning and Management Division Conference Sessions
This book, Urban Drainage Rehabilitation Programs and Techniques, is a collection of conference papers presented at technical sessions sponsored...

Austrian Guideline and National Report on the Use of Shotcrete
The purpose of this guideline is the standardization of quality and a uniform procedure for the production and testing of shotcrete from the technical and engineering point of view. In...

Optimal Planning of Combined Sewer Rehabilitation
The need to rehabilitate many of the existing sewer systems to keep them operational is evident. The development of a rehabilitation plan that optimizes the use of funds is the first step...

Urban Stormwater Runoff Control System—Village of Skokie, Illinois
Combined sewer systems in many communities lack the capacity to convey stormwater runoff from even small to moderate storm. This inadequate capacity, in turn, causes basement flooding...

Storage/Treatment Isoquants for CSO Control Planning
A quantitative procedure which identifies the technically efficient combinations of storage volume and treatment rate necessary to achieve various levels of combined sewer overflows (CSO)...

Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement Planning Based on SWMM EXTRAN Modeling
This paper discusses use of the Storm Water Management Model (SWMM), with the EXTRAN block as the hydraulic transport mechanism, as a tool for developing a facilities plan for abating...

Receiving Water Quality Bases for Evaluating CSO Control Alternatives
Waters receiving combined sewer overflow loadings in the vicinity of Bangor, Maine include the Kenduskeag Stream and the Penobscot River. The city's facilities planning effort was performed...

Application of the Storm Water Management Model in Evaluating Combined Sewer Overflows
This paper summarizes the application of the stormwater Management Model (SWW) to isolate the contributions of Combined Sewer Overflows (CSOs) to a receiving water. The CSO discharges...

Storage of Combined Sewer Overflow: How Effectibe is it Anyway?
The purpose of this paper is to illustrate the importance of modeling long term rainfall records to evaluate the effectiveness of combined sewer overflow storage. This paper will present...

Continuous Simulation Modeling for Sewer Systems
The peaking-factor method of sanitary sewer design was developed to simplify the calculations in determining design flow rates. This method of analysis is conservative to the point that...

Management and Engineering at Araruama Lagoon, Brazil
Contrary to generalized expectations, the shores of Araruama Lagoon turned out to be abundant of examples of morphological changes, primarily due to disregard of basic coastal engineering...

Short-Term Effects of the Banjul Sewerage and Drainage Project on Faecal Coliform Counts
Assessment of the short-term effects of the Banjul sewerage and drainage project on faecal coliforms (indicator organisms for contamination of pathogens) in the coastal areas. The project...

Combined Sewer Overflow Abatement by Means of Detention Basins and Stormwater Infiltration
The conventional approach to abate the pollution loads from combined sewer overflows (CSO's) is to include detention basins. The same reduction in CSO loads may be obtained by infiltrating/percolating...

Storm Sewer Analysis & Design Utilizing Hydrographs
In this paper a computer model, designated STORM.HYD, for the analysis and design of storm sewer systems utilizing a hydrograph procedure is presented and discussed. This model which actually...

 

 

 

 

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