To implement any effective odour and corrosion control technology in the sewer network, it is imperative that the airflow through gravity sewer airspaces be quantified. This paper presents a full dynamic airflow model for gravity sewer systems. The model, which is developed using the finite element method, is a compressible air transport model. The model has been applied to the North Head Sewerage Ocean Outfall System (NSOOS) and calibrated using the air pressure and airflow data collected during October 2008. Although the calibration is focused on forced ventilation, the model can be applied to natural ventilation as well.
A dynamic ventilation model for gravity sewer networks
Y. C. Wang, N. Nobi, T. Nguyen, L. Vorreiter; A dynamic ventilation model for gravity sewer networks. Water Sci Technol 1 January 2012; 65 (1): 60–68. doi: https://doi.org/10.2166/wst.2011.771
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