Spreadsheet Instructions

This spreadsheet is to be used as a tool for design engineers to design pump station and force main systems to connect to the Brunswick County Collection System. The use of this spreadsheet does not relieve the design engineer of the responsibility of verifying the results of the spreadsheet and taking into account conditions which may not be General: accounted for with the spreadsheet. Should such conditions which are not accounted for in this spreadsheet be present, the designer should contact the Brunswick County Engineering Department prior to submittal. Data should only be entered into shaded cells. User entered data will be linked to calculations in subsequent sheets as required. Warnings and approval messages appear behind Bold & Italicized text. Begin with the "Tributary Flow Calculations" tab. Insert the number of applicable units corresponding to the 1 description in the Establishment column. Add additional flow generating establishments as required which are not included in the list. The flow generated by these units is subject to Brunswick County approval. Move to the "Design Pumping Flow Rate" tab. The Minimum Pumping Rate Required is calculated. The designer 2 should enter the desired Design Pumping Rate in the shaded cell. The Design Pumping Rate should not be less than the Minimum Pumping Rate Required. Additional pumping capacity may be beneficial to allow for non-clog pumps, larger force main diameters, etc. Move to the "Cycle Time & Wet Well Geometry" tab. Input the target cycles per hour in the Target Cycles per Hour box. Pick a Wet Well Diameter and Wet Well Cycle in the "Determine Wet well Diameter" box. The Volume in Cycle 3 value should closely match the Required Volume value. If not, adjust desired Cycles Per Hour, Wet Well Diameter, and Wet Well Cycle values. Note: Wet well diameter to be standard precast wet well inside diameter. Submit manufacturer's cut sheet of proposed wet well. 4 Input the Vertical Datum to which the elevations to be provided correspond. Input the existing Ground Elevation and the Sanitary Sewer Invert In elevation. Do not enter the Bottom Invert 5 Elevation until the specific pump has been determined in instruction item #11. The vertical distance between Pump Off and Bottom Invert Elev shall provide for complete pump submergance, and not be less than 4'. Move to the "Force Main & Piping Design" tab. Input the proposed force main diameter. Resultant velocity should be 6 between 2-5 fps. Check for warnings below the velocity line. Enter the length of force main from the downstream connection point to the transition at the valve vault piping. Enter the Connection Point in the shaded box. Example Values are as follows: Existing 12" FM at Mt. Misery Rd & Cedar Hill Rd, Existing MH at Hwy 17 & Holden Beach Rd., etc. Select Valve Vault and Wet Well Piping Size. This piping may be slightly smaller than the Off-Site Force Main. Enter 8 the appropriate quantity of fittings and the total length of pipe the flow travels through from one pump until transiting to the larger off-site force main diameter, or leaving the valve vault (if Pump Station Piping and Off-Site Force Main are same diameter). Add additonal fittings and associated L/D values as required.

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move to the "Cover & Summary" tab.” Note: Velocity Head is not included in spreadsheet calculation due to neglidgeable value for normal force main operating velocities. Select a pump that can provide the “Minimum Required Pumping Rate” at the head in the column "’All On TDH”. Input the outside diameter of the wet well. 11 14 15 16 . wet well cycle. Pressure Head at Connection Condition "All Pumps On" . As a quick check to see if option #2 needs further investigation. diameter of the extended base. Enter the Saturated unit weight of soil. Move to the "Buoyancy Calculations" tab. or option 2 above governs static head. the designer shall indicate the flow rate above which static head as defined by option 1 is the approperate value. then the pump and force main design can be 12 submitted to Brunswick County for review. Note: If the proposed force main discharges to a non-pressurized point such as a gravity manhole or to a WWTP outfall. Enter specific pump information in the shaded areas. All pumps should be nonoverloading at the impeller diameter chosen. Attached manufacturer's cut sheet. etc. If warnings are present adjust previously entered values as required to obtain a cycle time between 2-8 cycles per hour. Use 50 pcf for the submerged unit weigh of soil unless geotechnical investigations justify greater values. pump selection. Move to the "Operational Check" tab. If both read OK. Check to ensure the proposed pump will also provided the Design Flow Rate at the head in column "’All Off TDH”. and top slab thickness in appropriate shaded boxes. Input the project specific data as required.Spreadsheet Instructions Enter data provided by Brunswick County in the GPM . Option #2 is appropriate when the High Point Elevation exceeds the Hydraulic Grade Line elevation at the location of the proposed force main High Point. Values which can affect cycle time include: wet well diameter. If static head is determined by option 2 for any condition. Check for Warnings in Red at the bottom of the page. 13 extended base slab thickness. The operational points entered should be points on the pump curve that intercept the system curves. Provided manufacturer's cut sheet to verify dimensions. Once the design of the pump station and force main is complete. Note these cells are not shaded. Move to "Cycle Time & Wet 10 Well Geometry" tab and enter Wet Well Invert Elevation based on the depth required to provide complete submergence for the specific pump chosen. If Wet Well ballast is required as indicated on the last box on the sheet submit proposed concrete anchor design for approval. Use the graph provided on the "System Curve" tab to aid in determining operating points. and Pressure Head at Connection Condition "Only Proposed Pump On" columns. sum the 9 “Pressure Head at Connection” and the “Connection Point Elevation” to calculate the Connection Point Hydraulic Grade Line for both the “All On” and “Only Proposed Pump Station On” scenarios. the values for both “Pressure Head at Connection” columns will be 0. Attach supporting geotechnical information if applicable. If the Connection Point Hydraulic Grade Line exceeds the High Point Elevation for both conditions then option #1 is the appropriate choice for determining the static head. The Engineer shall determine the appropriate value to input into the “Static Head” column from either 1) the “Connection Point Elevation” minus the wetwell “Pump Off” elevation or 2) the Force Main High Point elevation minus the wetwell “Pump Off” elevation.

Brunswick County Wastewater Pump Station & Force Main Design Calculations Project Name: Location: Designed By: Checked By: Date: Project no.: .

No. 1 (gpm@tdh): Pump Operational Point. 2 (gpm@tdh): Pump Manufacturer: Model Number: Impeller Diameter: Horse Power: Voltage: Force Main Diameter (in): Force Main Length (ft): .Brunswick County Wastewater Pump Station & Force Main Project Summary Project Name: Average Daily Flow (gpm): Pump Operational Point No.

Stall Bed Bed Bed Bed Person Campsite Campsite Space Person Person Plumbing Fixture Person Person Person Plumbing Fixture # of Units 500 0 0 5 100 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 100 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 368 0 .Summer camps without food prep or laundry facilitates Parks & Rec.Restaurants.Resort Hotels Hotels/Motels.Bakery Food & Drink .Campgrounds w/comfort station but without water & sewer hookup Parks & Rec. Cage. .Convalescent. Kennels.General & Office Business . Fish Market Food & Drink .Campgrounds with water & sewer hookup Parks & Rec.Caterers Food & Drink . Single Service Articles Food & Drink . Cabins Laundries (Self-Service) Medical or Dental offices Medical .Warehouse Self Storage (not including Caretaker Residence) Churches without kitchens.Tributary Wastewater Flow Calculations Establishment Residential (To NEWWTF) Residential (all other Treatment Facilities) Barber Shops Beauty Shops Business . Cocktail Lounges Food & Drink . Kennel.Deli Food & Drink . Hunting.Specialty Food Stand or Kiosk Hotels/Motels/B&B without in-room cooking facilities Hotels/Motels/B&B with in-room cooking facilities Hotels/Motels.Campground Dump Station facility Parks & Rec. .. . Dining Halls Food & Drink .Cottages.Swimming Pools.Residential Care Facilities Parks & Rec.Veterinary offices without boarding Medical .Factories Excluding Industrial Waste Business or Factories w/showers or food preparation Business .Institutions. . with boarding Medical . Hunting.Banquet Dining Hall Food & Drink .Restaurants. Bath Houses. Full Service Food & Drink .Convalescent. Carry out only Food & Drink . . .Mental Hospitals Medical .Construction. Spas Public Access Restrooms Unit Value (Gal/Day/Unit) 360 210 50 125 25 25 35 100 1 3 5 25 25 50 30 20 50 40 20 50 50 5 40 10 75 50 120 175 200 200 500 250 250 20 300 150 60 120 60 75 100 50 60 40 250 30 60 10 325 Unit Type Residence Residence Chair Booth or Bowl Employee per shift Employee per shift Employee per shift Loading bay Unit Seat Seat Person (child+employee) Person Person per shift Seat Seat 100 sf floor space Seat Seat car space 100 sf floor space meal 100 sf floor space 100 sf floor space 100 sf floor space 100 sf floor space Room Room Room Unit Machine Practitioner per shift Practitioner per shift Pen. . day care.Medical Hospitals Medical .Bars.Construction. . Butcher.Parks with Restrooms Parks & Rec. Drive-in Food & Drink . Nursing.Veterinary. Rest Homes without Laundry Medical . or Work camps with flush toilets Parks & Rec. Rest Homes w/ Laundry Medical .Summer camps with food prep and laundry facilitates Parks & Rec. or camps Churches with kitchens Churches providing day care or camp Fire or Rescue without on-site staff Fire or Rescue with on-site staff Food & Drink .Restaurants.Restaurants.Warehouse Business . or Work camps with chemical or portable toilets Parks & Rec. . Nursing.Meat Dept.

Boat. Putt-Putt Sports Centers . Exercise.0114 Average Daily Flow (gallons per day) . Train. Theatres.Preschools & Daycares Schools with Cafeteria. Gas Stations Car Wash Facilities (if recycling water. Dance Sports Centers . with Food Preparation Convenience Stores. Ferry. Port & Dock Other Other Other Other 125 60 250 30 130 100 5 Plumbing Fixture 100 sf floor space Plumbing Fixture Stall 1000 sf 1000 sf Passenger 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Unit Value (Gal/Day/Unit) 25 15 12 10 60 250 1200 50 50 50 50 250 60 250 250 250 10 30 250 5 Unit Type Person (child+employee) Student Student Student Person (student+employee) Plumbing Fixture Bay Lane 100 sf floor space court 100 sf floor space Plumbing Fixture Member or Patron Plumbing Fixture Plumbing Fixture Plumbing Fixture Slip Slip Plumbing Fixture Seat # of Units 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 From 15A NCAC 02T .Tennis.Go-Kart.Mini Golf. & Showers Schools with Cafeteria Schools without Cafeteria.Bowling Sports Centers .Marinas with Bathhouse Sports Centers . Malls & Flea Markets: Auto.0235 of 2T regulations) Sports Centers . RV dealerships/showrooms with restrooms Convenience Stores.Batting Cages. Racquet ball Sports Centers .Fitness. Pool Halls Stadiums.Tributary Wastewater Flow Calculations Establishment Schools . Boarding Service Stations. Auditoriums. Driving Ranges Sports Centers . see Rule . Bus.Country Clubs Sports Centers . Motorcross Sports Centers .Air. Community Centers Stores. Gym. Karate. Gym. Shopping Centers.Golf Course with only minimal food service Sports Centers . & Showers Schools. without Food Preparation Flea Markets Shopping Centers and Malls with Food Service Stores and Shopping Centers without Food Service Transportation Terminals .Gymnasium Sports Centers .Marinas without Bathhouse Sports Centers .Video Game Arcades.

000 0 0 0 0 0 500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.Tributary astewater Flow Calculations Discharge.000 0 0 625 2. GPD 180.500 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3.680 0 .

GPD 0 0 12.Tributary astewater Flow Calculations Discharge.305 .000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 202.

0 2.Design Pumping Flow Rate Peaking Factor Calculation Service Area Population = Peak Factor = Calculated Peak Factor = Design Peak Factor = 100.5 Determine Minimum Pump Rate Average Daily Flow = Peak Flow = Minimum Pumping Rate Required = Design Pumping Rate = 202.000 18 + √P 4 + √P 2.305 GPD 505763 351 575 GPD GPM GPM .

00 Lead On = 35.00 *As required for complete submergence OK . 4.0 OK OK Vertical Datum Used: NAVD 88 Determine Wet Well Invert & Float Elevations Wet well Dia.00 Pumps Off 31.0 4.00 Alarm = 37.0 min. = Top Elev= Gnd Elev= 50.0 Ft SS Invert In= 42.00 Lag On = 36.0 1504 Gallons Ft Vert.00 8.00 = Bottom Invert Elev* = 27. Ft Gallons 140 gpm 575 gpm 15.50 50.Cycle Time & Wet Well Geometry Target Cycles Per Hour ADF Pumping Rate Time = = = Cycles Per Hour = Check Cycles Per Hour: Check Cycles Per Hour: Determine Wet well Diameter Required Volume = Pick Wet Well Diameter = Pick Wet Well Cycle = Volume in Cycle = 1592 8.

52 OK > 2 FPS OK < 8 FPS Equivalent Length 0.325 575 8 3.5 bend Branch Tee Flow Check valve Plug Valve Number of Fittings 0 2 1 1 1 1 L/D Ratio 16 30 9 60 135 17 575 6 6.00 30.00 0.67 Connection Point: 24" Force Main @ North Brunswick WWTP Pump Station Piping Data Design Pump Rate (gpm) = Pick Wet Well & Valve Vault Piping Size (in) = Velocity (fps) = Meets Minimum Velocity Requirement? Meets Maximum Velocity Requirement? Item 45 bend 90 bend 22.00 67.50 0.50 8.320 5% 10.50 30.00 141 20 161 651 10976 Equivalent Fitting Length (ft) = Wet Well & Valve Vault Piping Length (ft) = Total Equivalent Pump Station Pipe Length (ft) = Equivalent Off-Site Diameter Length (ft) = Total Equivalent Force Main Length (ft) = .00 4.Force Main & Piping Design Off-Site Force Main Data Design Pump Rate (gpm) = Select Force Main Size (in) = Velocity (fps) = Meets Minimum Velocity Requirement? OK Meets Maximum Velocity Requirement? OK Required Pump? Use Non-Clog Pump Line Length (ft) = Account for Minor Losses = Equiv Length (ft) = 10.00 0.

8 25.4 2.6 1.7 7.9 3.4 1.5 0 0.7 Pump Head 245 197 135 74 Pump Manufacturer: Flygt Model Number: NP 3171 SH 63-275-00-1070 Impeller Diameter: 195 mm Horsepower: 35 Voltage: 460v 3phase .9 5 Static Head 20 20 20 0 0 "All On" TDH 37 58 119 191 313 "Only Proposed Pump Station On" TDH 23 42 100 169 287 Velocity (fps) 0.6 20.5 30.Pump Selection Force Main Diameter (in) = Equivalent Force Main Length (ft) = Hazen-Williams C Factor = Minimum Required Pump Rate (GPM) = Design Pumping Rate (GPM) = 8 10976 130 351 575 GPM 100 300 600 900 1200 Pressure Head at Connection Pressure Head "Only Proposed at Connection Pump Station "All On" On" 14 16.8 5.

8 .Pump and Force Main System Curve 350 300 250 TDH (FT) 200 Pump Head All On System TDH 150 All Off System TDH 100 50 0 0 200 400 600 800 1000 1200 1400 Flow (GPM) Pg.

ADF Total = 14.0 Fill = Wet well Area (gal / VF) 376 Wet well Volume ADF Run = Wet well Volume Pump Rate .7 minutes .3 minutes Wet well Wet well Cycle Volume (ft) (gal) 4.3 Meets Minimum Cycle Time? OK Meets Maximum Cycle Time? OK minutes Cycles / Hour = 3.Station Operation Check Proposed Operational Point No.1 600 GPM @ 135 TDH Check Wet well Cycle Times Wet well Diameter (feet) 8.0 = 1503 10.0 Cycle Time = 4.

7 Cycle Time = 4.ADF Total = 13.0 = 1503 10.Station Operation Check Proposed Operational Point No.7 minutes .4 Meets Minimum Cycle Time? OK Meets Maximum Cycle Time? OK minutes Cycles / Hour = 3.0 Fill = Wet well Area (gal / VF) 376 Wet well Volume ADF Run = Wet well Volume Pump Rate . 2 640 GPM @ 125 TDH Check Wet well Cycle Times Wet well Diameter (feet) 8.0 minutes Wet well Wet well Cycle Volume (ft) (gal) 4.

50 Feet Feet Feet Feet Feet Feet Feet Calculate Total Volume of Wet well Structure Volume of Wet well Riser Sections= Volume of Wet well Extended Base= Total Volume of Wet well Structure= 1494 95 1589 cf cf cf Calculate Total Volume of Water Displaced H20 Displaced = (Volume of Wet well Structure) * (62.Buoyancy Calculations Wet well Outside Dimensions Wet well Inside Dimensions Wet well Top Slab Elevation Wet well Invert Elevation Extended Base Slab Diameter Extended Base Slab Thickness Top Slab Thickness 9.00 1.50 27.Total Vertical Ft. Calculate Weight of Soil Above Extended Base/Footing Total Area of Extended Base Total Area of Wet well Riser Area of Extended Base less Wet well Height of Soil Above Extended Base Volume of Soil Above Extended Base Weight of Soil Above Extended Base (estimated) Total Weight of Soil Above Extended Base Flotation Protection Required? Weight of Concrete and Weight of Soil Above Extended Base: Weight of Water Displaced By Wet Well: Flotation Protection Required? 74726 lbs 99168 lbs YES 95 64 31 23 723 50 36128 sf sf sf ft cf lbs/cf lbs/cf .50 23.00 0.) Totals= Total Weight of Concrete in Wet well= Total Ht 0.00 25 38597 Weight 2786 27486 8325 38597 lbs.4 lbs/cf) H20 Displaced= 99168 lbs Calculate Submerged Weight of Wet well Components Section Top Slab Thickness (ft.00 11.50 1.) Riser . Base Slab Thickness (ft.00 8.00 50.