OEM manufacturer custom A05 High Chrome Heat Treatment Export to Lebanon
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Explains basic formula format, discusses formula requirements calculating WAS Gallons per Day when pumping specific minutes each hour and calculate Gallons per Day by modifying a basic poundage formula and finally requests subscribing and interacting.
Today’s example, calculate waste activated sludge
gallons per minute.
Today’s problem reads an activated sludge process
has three aeration basins; each basin is 90 feet long, 45
feet wide, and 12 feet deep with MLSS of 2,750 Mg/L.
There are two clarifiers; each clarifier is 36 feet in
diameter and 11 feet deep with solids of 500 Mg/L. Sludge
age is 15 days. WAS Mg/L is 5,950 and pumped 17 minutes
per hour. Calculate WAS GPM.
I have the basic formula for this up top here which is
waste activated sludge gallons per minute equals the
waste activated sludge gallons for one day divided by the
combination of the number of minutes per hour times the
number of hours per day.
By John 2015-11-11 18:21
The manufacturer gave us a big discount under the premise of ensuring the quality of products, thank you very much, we will select this company again.
By Christine 2016-9-29 19:19