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|Material Type:||Conference publication|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
M A Verbanck; International Association on Water Pollution Research and Control.
|Description:||viii, 234 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm.|
|Contents:||Section headings and selected papers: Foreword. Introduction. Sediment origins, deposition and build-up in combined sewer systems, R. M. Ashley & R. W. Cra;tree. Sediments in Urban Surface Runoff and their Modelisation. Aspects of surface sediment characteristics on an urban catchment in London, D. Butler et al. Significance of Sewer Deposits - Operational Aspects. Location and general characteristics of sediment deposits into man-entry combined sewers, A. Bachoc. Assessment of the Physico-Chemical Characteristics of Sediments and their Behaviour within Sewers. Examination of sediment samplers, E. Ristenpart et al. Trunk sewer clogging development - description and solutions, D. Laplace et al. Modelling Sewer Sediment Transport. Comparison of different methods to calculate bed shear stress, M. R. Kabir & H. Torfs.;Rheological measurement of the yield strength of combined sewer sediment deposits, D. J. J. Wotherspoon & R. M. Ash;ey. Environmental Studies - Settling Characteristics of Suspended Solids and Treatability in Stormwater Tanks. Sediment deposition in storage tanks, A. J. Saul & D. R. Ell;s. Assessment and Mitigation of Environmental Impact upon Receiving Waters. Influence of sewer sediments on the overflow load for various combined sewer systems, J. Beichert. Subject index.|
|Series Title:||Water science and technology, v. 25, no. 8.|
|Responsibility:||editor M.A. Verbanck.|