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    Wastewater Treatment - Numerical Problem

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    Can you answer some more Q about the same problem and let me know the number of Credits you ask for please? And OK, next time I will post it in Engineering..
    for the same problem:
    d-The theoretical chamber lenth,ft
    e-The design chamber lengh, ft, if the design length is 1.35 time the theoretical length and for ease of construction, is an increment of 1 in.
    f-The head and the horizontal velocity for the averge flow, ft/Sec
    g-The head and the horizontal velocity for the minimum flow if the minimum flow is one-half the average low, ft. ft/Sec.

    Yes you may 4 Credits already in place.
    And please let me know if you need more info from the TextBook trgarding the design of Grit Chamber. Thanks

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    More Q for same problem
    Can you answer some more Q about the same problem and let me know the number of Credits you ask for please? And OK, next time I will post it in Engineering.
    for the same problem:
    d-The theoretical chamber length, ft
    e-The design chamber length, ft, if the design length is 1.35 time the theoretical length and for ease of construction, is an increment of 1 in.
    f-The head and the horizontal velocity for the average flow, ft/Sec
    g-The head and the horizontal velocity for the minimum flow if the minimum flow is one-half the average low, ft. ft/Sec.
    Please see ...

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