Near bed solids transport rate prediction in a combined sewer network

Scott Arthur, Richard M. Ashley

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    Abstract

    The physical and biochemical nature of the material transported near the bed ('bed-load') in combined sewers is established. The merits of the recent evolution of the terminology used in this field are discussed. The physical characteristics of material found in transport at three separate combined sewer field sites are described. The importance of this mode of transport, in terms of the mass transported and pollutant potential, is demonstrated based on data collected from Dundee combined sewerage system sites. The development of a novel near bed solids transport prediction equation is described. Comparisons are made between measured near bed solids transport rates obtained in the field, at sites with and without deposited beds, with predictions obtained using the new methodology. The need for future research in this subject area is emphasised.

    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)129-134
    Number of pages6
    JournalWater Science and Technology
    Volume36
    Issue number8-9
    DOIs
    Publication statusPublished - 1997
    EventProceedings of the 1996 7th IAHR/IAWQ International Conference on Urban Storm Drainage - Hannover, Ger
    Duration: 9 Sep 199613 Sep 1996

    Keywords

    • Bed-load
    • Combined sewer system
    • Near bed transport rate
    • Pollutant potential
    • Sewer sediment
    • Solids transport

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