Use of computational fluid dynamics to assess the disinfection performance of a combined sewer overflow treatment chamber

D. Egarr, M. G. Faram, I. Guymer, T. O\342\200\231Doherty & N. Syred
The fluid residence time characterisation of a 3.4m diameter Hydrodynamic Vortex Separator (HDVS) has been carried out over a range of flowrates. Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) modelling has also been undertaken for the same conditions and validated against the experimental results, for which reasonable correspondence has been found. Using the results from the CFD modelling and batch inactivation results from the disinfection of secondary treated wastewater, it is shown that the theoretical performance of a...

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Use of computational fluid dynamics to assess the disinfection performance of a combined sewer overflow treatment chamber

D. Egarr, M. G. Faram, I. Guymer, T. O\342\200\231Doherty & N. Syred
The fluid residence time characterisation of a 3.4m diameter Hydrodynamic Vortex Separator (HDVS) has been carried out over a range of flowrates. Computational Fluid Dynamic (CFD) modelling has also been undertaken for the same conditions and validated against the experimental results, for which reasonable correspondence has been found. Using the results from the CFD modelling and batch inactivation results from the disinfection of secondary treated wastewater, it is shown that the theoretical performance of a...

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