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Technical Data sheet to be filled by bidder for 25 MLD Capacity Sewage Treatment Plant based on SBR technology at Jamalpur, Sonipat Particulars DESIGN PARAMETERS Capacity Ultimate Peak Flow in 2040 for MPS Specifications/ Calculations

1.1.1. a) b) c) d) 1.1.2. a) b) c) d) 1.1.3. a) b) 1.1.4. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) l) m) n) 1.1.5. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j)

Pumping hours, Hours/Day Flow rate, m3/d Peak Factor Peak flow, m3/d
Peak Flow

24 35000 2.25 78750 24 25000 2.25 56250 24 25000 6-8.5 200 360 350 210 10000000 1000000 28 40 40 33.2 5 120 320

Pumping hours, Hours/Day Flow rate, m3/d Peak Factor Peak flow, m3/d
Average Flow

Pumping duration, hr/day Flow rate, m3/d
Influent Sewage Characteristics

pH BOD5, mg/ L COD, mg/ L TSS, mg/ L VSS, mg/ L Coliform, MPN/100ml fecal Coliform, MPN/100ml Temperature, C NH4- Nitrogen, mg/ L TKN, mg/ L NOx Nitrogen, mg/ L TP as PO4, mg/ L SO4 Alkaliny
Treated effluent Sewage Characteristicssecondary treatment

pH BOD5, mg/ L COD, mg/ L TSS, mg/ L Coliform , MPN/100ml TKN, mg/ L Nitrate , mg/ L NH4- Nitrogen, mg/ L TP as PO4, mg/ L Residual chlorine, mg/ L
Treated effluent Sewage Characteristics-

7-7.5 6 70 10 10000 5 5 1 2

1.1.6. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j)
1.2.0

tertiary treatment

pH BOD5, mg/ L COD, mg/ L TSS, mg/ L Coliform , MPN/100ml Nitrate Nitrogen, mg/ L NOx Nitrogen, mg/ L TP as PO4, mg/ L Turbidity, mg/ L Residual chlorine, mg/ L
Flow Rates Flow for design of all inlets & outlets

7-8.5 0 70 2 200 5 1 1 2 1

1.2.1. a) b) c) d) 1.2.2. a) b) c) d) 1.2.3. a) b) c) d)
2.0.0. 2.1.0

m3/ day m3/ Hr m3/min. m3/sec
Flow for design of all units

56250 2343.75 39.06 0.651 25000 1042 17.36 0.289 25000 1042 17.36 0.289

m3/ day m3/ Hr m3/min. m3/sec
Flow for design of all units of TTP

m3/ day m3/ Hr m3/min. m3/sec
MAIN PUMPING STATION (MPS) Obligatory levels, m RL

2.1.1 (a) (b) 2.1.2 (a) (b) 2.1.3 2.1.4
2.2.0

Invert level of sewer, 1100 mm dia RCC NP3 pipe at MPS 1000 mm dia RCC NP3 pipe at MPS Natural Ground Level: At MPS At STP MPS Plinth level, m STP Plinth level, m
Inlet Chamber Inlet Pipe

212.36 216.68 222.90 221.50 223.40 222.00

2.2.1 a) b) c) 2.2.2 a) b) c) d)

Inlet Pipe, D: m, Flow, m3/sec Maximum Velocity, m/s
Chamber

2.4 0.911 0.2 0.9 15

Flow, m3/sec Hydraulic Retention Time, sec. Volume, m3 Desired SWD, m

e) f) 2.2.3 a) b) c) d) e) f)
2.3.0

Length of sides, m Say Width of Sides, m
Sluice Gate Sizing

Maximum Flow, m3/sec Maximum Flow, m3/sec/ Screen Maximum Velocity, m/s Type A, Flow sectional area, m2 B, Width, m D, Depth , m
Coarse Screens

1.2 Rectangular

2(1W+1SB)

2.3.1 2.3.2 2.3.3 2.3.4 2.3.5 2.3.6 2.3.7 a)

Peak Design Flow, m3/sec Maximum Flow, m3/sec/ Screen Maximum Velocity, m/s Clear area of opening through the rack, m2 Clear Spacing of bars, m , for mechanical screen for mechanical screen Width of SS flat to be used for bar, m Gross submerged area of the screen when half clogged, m2
Mechanical screen

2(1W+1SB)

Submerged c/s area of screen with 85˚ inclination, m2 Maximum velocity of flow through the screen b) opening, m/s c) Width of the screen, m d) Wherein; n e) Liquid depth in Mechanical screen, m 2.5.0. Out let Weir 2.5.1. Type. Rectangular A notch/ weir may be defined as an opening in one side of a tank or a reservoir, like a large orifice, with the upstream liquid leve below the edge of the opening. Since the top notch, above the liquid level, serves no purpose, therefore a notch may have only th bottom edge & sides. The bottom edge over which liquid flows is known as still or crest of the notch & the liquid flowing over t weir is known as NAPPE or VEIN. A notch or weir is on one side of the tank, over, which the water is flowing, is shown as belo 2.5.1. 2.5.2. 2.5.3. 2.5.4. 2.5.5. 2.5.6.
2.5.7.

2.5.8. 2.5.9.

Height of the water above still of the notch. Width/ Length of the notch. Horizontal strip at a depth ‘h’ from the water level Area of strip. The horizontal velocity of water through the strip. Let d q. Coefficient of discharge. dq The discharge over the whole notch

H B dh B*dh (2*g*h)^ 0.5 Discharge through the strip. CD CD*B*dh*(2*g*h)^0.5 H

a) b) c) d) e) 3. 100 CI CF.8 Out let chamber ò CD*B*dh*(2*g*h)^0.Clog submersible Pumps. m3/hr Non.4. % BKW Motor.3. m/s Pipe size.410 CI TEFC Squirrel cage Induction Motor 50± 3% Hz 415 ±6%-10% Class.may be found by integrating the equation as above. Specific Gravity Capacity.0.4. Raw Sewage Sump & pump house Wet well 2. a) b) c) d) e) f) 2. KW Maximum solid handling size. mm Material of Consruction Casing Impeller semi open Rotor Shaft Fastners in Liquid Motor Housing Motors. m Width of each compartment.05 Quantity 6(4W+1SB+1FP) 2(1W+1SB) e) f) g) h) i) 3. m3/ min.3.3 a) b) c) 3. m 2. m.2.4. min Capacity.2 a) b) c) Hydraulic Retention Time at peak flow . Type.0. 1. m Partition gate size.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) 2. 3. m Efficiency.4.4.0 Head.2.8M SS. individual Pump Delivery mps. m Width of Sides. RPM Frequancy Voltage Insulation Enclosure Pipe Sizes Velocity.0.410 SS.953*CD*B*h ^3/2 Desired SWD. m3 Side Water depth.F IP.5 0 2.68 Rising Main Velocity. m Length of Sides. Volume. 2. Material of Consruction SEWAGE TREATMENT PLANT Stilling Chamber DI . m Number of compartments Length. m*m Raw Sewage Lifting Pumps 5 2 Type.1.

Specific gravity of grit considered Minimum Temperature. Out let chamber 3.0 Inlet Pipe Inlet Pipe. m/s Type A.651 0. m3/sec Maximum Velocity. Width.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 2(1W+1SB) Peak Design Flow. Size of grit to be removed. m3 Desired SWD.1 a) b) c) d) 3.8 0. m3/sec Maximim Velocity. Depth. g. m/ s (g/ 18)*(Ps-p)*d^2/v 9.2.651 0. m3/sec Maximum Velocity. Applying Stroke. when half clogged. m2 Clear Spacing of bars. m/sec Chamber 0. m Length of Sides. g.651 3. kg s/m3 Wherein. Vs. m Width of sides. m2 Submerged c/s area of screen with 70˚ inclination. Flow sectional area.3 a) b) c) d) e) f) 3. m Width of SS flat to be used for bar. Flow.2. h. m Fine Screens Mechanical fine screens 0. a) b) c) 3. ^2 Desired B. º C.651 45 Flow. M^3/ Sec.1. sec Volume. m D. m3/ sec.1. Acceleration due to gravity.1 Desired SWD.3. D: m. m length of Sides.1. m/ sec.9 Rectangular 3. m2 CD Q.3.3.2 a) Design Parameters Peak flow.0 Grit Chambers 2(1W+1SB) 0.1. m Gross submerged area of the screen.2. m Sluice Gate Sizing for mechanical screen Maximum Flow. m2 B. s Law.81 . m/s Clear area of opening through the rack. m Width of Sides. m 3. a) b) c) d) e) f) 3. mm dia.3.2. m3/sec Hydraulic Retention Time.

Sec Volume. m FB.00015 Size of the particle.3. 0.6*v^(-0.4. m2 Size of Square Basin. m2 Number of Grit Chambers Area per Grit Chamber.5 Mass Density of grit particle. m. m3/m2/day Dimensions.714 Formula.3.4. m/sec Type A.4. m 0. m Plant Area of grit Chamber. R Stroke’s law does not apply because.651 0. m B. Assuming Efficiency of removal of particles.4 3. Depth in m Distribution Chamber for clarifier Chamber 0. d. m Common /bypass channels size (1-(1-n*Vs/( Q/A)) ^(–1/n) 0. Vs Vs.)^(-n).01775 Settling Velocity.707*(Ss-1)*d^1.4.3. Flow sectional area. P.5.2 3.68 Hence Settling Velocity.6 3. ή Then.5 3.3.3 3. provided SWD. m HRT. Q/A Assuming. m3 Desired SWD. Ps. m Free Board.4. Vs. m2/s @ 15°C Mass density of liquid.6)]^0.75 Vs* n/ (1. m3 Side Water depth.0168 1451.5. the actual value adopted has to be reduced taking in to account the performance of the basin & the desired efficiency of the particles 3.1 3.651 15 .6 a) b) 3.4. n Surface loading rate. Width in m D.4 3. 0. m^3/sec Hydraulic Retention Time. m 0. Q/A.0 Peak Design Flow. sec Volume. Kg s/ M 0.0 Actual over flow rate formula to be used.125 (1W+1SB) 3. m Diameter.4.3. v. m Maximum Velocity. Vs.3 3. wind & density currents.9 Rectangular 3.00000114 Kinematics viscosity of sewage.7 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) 3. Range for R [0.b) c) d) e) f) 3. m3/m2/d However due to turbulence & short circuiting due to several factors as eddy. Transitions Law.1 0.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) Flow. m/s (Vs* d/ v) Check for Reynolds’s Number.

m3/sec.2 a) b) 3. m3/m2/d at peak Maximum Surface Loading.4 a) b) c) d) e) 3.6.6.3 a) b) c) d) e) 3. m3/sec Maximim Velocity. m2 Pipe Dia. m./clarifier Maximum flow. m. Liquid depth. mps Flow section Area. m3/m/d Side Water depth. m. % Specific gravity of sludge Design flow Design average flow per clarifier. Min HRT. m3/sec. % R=t/(a+bt) a b TSS Reduction. m3 SWD required. m3/m2/d at average Weir loading at average flow.6.6. m Launder Design Maximum flow. 1 3. m^2 (at peak flow condition) Inlet shaft area of clarifier.mps c/s area . m3/d Inlet Pipe/ inlet shaft Flow. m3/d Design peak flow per clarifier. Clarfifier diameter.0 Primary Clarifiers Design Parameters Circular with mechanical scrapper. Dimensions Max.1 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) 3.5 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3. Outer dia of inlet shaft. m Channel Design Maximum flow. hrs BOD5 Say. % Say.6.6. m. m3/ sec/ half clarifier Maximum Velocity./clarifier Maximum Velocity. Volume of the unit. m.3.6. mps . % R=t/(a+bt) a b Floor slope Sludge concentration.Surface Area. m2 Width/ Liquid depth Width.6 a) b) Quantity Maximum Surface Loading.

0./clarifier Maximum Velocity. kgs/ day Solids concentration in sludge.7. mps Flow section Area. m2 B.6. Width in m Rectangular .6 a) b) c) d) e) f) 3. Liquid depth. mg/L Effluent TSS. Liquid depth. m2 Width/ Liquid depth Width. mg/L Channel Sizing a) b) c) d) e) f) f) g) 3. m. mg/L Sluice Gate Sizing Maximum Flow. m3/day Sewage Characteristics after primary clarifier Effluent BOD5. Width in m D.8 a) b) c) 3. kgs/ day Removed VSS. kgs/ day Solids concentration in sludge. m/s Type.8. m.6. Liquid depth. m Channel Design 0. m3/sec. m3/day Sewage Characteristics after primary clarifier Effluent BOD5.7 a) b) c) d) e) 3.7. mg/L Effluent VSS. % Specific Gravity Sludge flow rate.c) d) e) f) 3. m2 Width/ Liquid depth Width. m2 B. % Specific Gravity Sludge flow rate. Flow section Area. mg/L Effluent VSS. A. m/s Type. m Sludge quantity Removed TSS. Flow sectional area. m. Flow sectional area.3 a) b) c) d) e) Maximum Flow. m Sludge quantity Removed TSS. mg/L Effluent TSS. m3/sec Maximum Flow. Depth in m Width.7.9 Rectangular Maximum flow.651 0.7. m3/sec/ Clarifier Maximum Velocity.8 a) b) c) 3. kgs/ day Removed VSS. A.7 a) b) c) d) e) 3. m3/sec Maximum Velocity.

D.2.9. of Basins provided Volume required per Basin = F / G Side Water Depth (SWD) provided Width provided Length required Length provided Volume provided = I x J x L Total Volume provided = M x G Freeboard provided Total Depth provided = I + O Hydraulic Tetention Time (HRT) provided = N x 24 / A Solids Retention Time (SRT) provided = (N x C) / (Excess Sludge x 1000) Recirculation Ratio provided Feed Flow to each Basin Recirculation Flow required = T x S Capacity of Return Activated Sludge (RAS) Pump provided SELECTOR ZONE 140 3.000 2. of Cycles provided per Basin per day = 24 / E Aeration Time provided per Basin per day = B x F No.7 F/M considered Total= (A xVolumeB) / (D ofx E)Aeration Basins required No. Depth in m Sequential Batch Reactor TREATMENT SEQUENCE A B C D E F G H I J K L 3.f) 3. of Basins under "Fill" simultaneously No. Volume of Sewage to be treated in day Inlet BOD MLSS considered MLVSS = MLSS x 0.9. of Basins under "Aerate" simultaneously No.100 0. of Basins under "Decant" simultaneously Flow Rate = A / 24 Flow Rate to each Basin = K / H BASIN SIZING 25.9.145 2 A B C D E Design Flow = Feed Flow + Recirculation Flow Hydraulic Retention Time HRT) provided at Design Flow Volume required = (A x B) / 60 No.3. of Sub-Compartments provided per Basin Side Water Depth (SWD) provided 7 .75 3 8 12 1 1 1 1042 1042 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V 3.1.9.75 0. Sewage to be treated in a day Time for "Fill & Aerate" phase provided Time for "Settle" phase provided Time for "Decant" phase provided Total Cycle Time provided = B + C + D No.50 0.0 3.000 1.

9.T. Waste water Engineering Treatment and Reuse. Metcalf & Eddy….T.H = Oxygen Saturation Concentration in Clean Water at Temperature 'T' and Altitude 'H': CS.. C'S.I . Metcalf & Eddy….H: Average Dissolved Oxygen Saturation Concentration in Clean Water in Aeration Tank at Temperature 'T' an Altitude 'H' = CS. CS. Length provided Width required = C / (F x E) Width provided Volume provided = F x H x E ACTUAL OXYGEN REQUIREMENT (AOR) CALCULATIONS A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U 3.000 Actual Oxygen Transfer Rate (AOTR) under field conditions As per Equation 5-55.H – CL) ÷ CS. Metcalf & Eddy….5 A I Volume of Sewage to be treated in day Inlet BOD5 Outlet BOD5 BOD5 removed = C .T. AOTR = Actual Oxygen Transfer Rate under field conditions As per Pg No 429.T.. Waste water Engineering .20) x 1.H x (1/2) x ((Pd / Patm. Pg No 1738.za)) / (R x T)) .D BOD5 removed in a day = A x E O2 required for oxidation of BOD O2 required for oxidation of BOD = E x F Inlet TKN Outlet NH3-N Nitrogen assimilated during oxidation of BOD = E x 5% NH3-N nitrified in a day = H .H)+Ot/21)) T = Field Temperature H = Altitude of Site As per Equation B-2..T. Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate (SOTR) in Tap Water at 200 C and Zero Dissolved Oxygen: = AOTR ÷ *(( C'S. Wastewater Engineering . Pg No 429.Treatment and Reuse.4.J NH3-N nitrified in a day = A x K O2 required for nitrification of NH3-N O2 required for nitrification of NH3-N = L x M NO3-N generated assuming 75% nitrification of NH3-N = L x 75% Outlet NO3-N considered Outlet NO3-N = A x P Amount of NO3-N that is denitrified= O-Q O2 released during Denitrification of NO3-N O2 released during Denitrification = S x P Total Kg O2 required/day = G + N – T STANDARD OXYGEN REQUIREMENT (SOR) CALCULATIONS 25.F G H I 3.Treatment and Reuse.H = CS.9.T x exp(-(g x M x (zb .024(T – 20) x x F+ Where.

H Pd = Pressure at the Depth of Air Release pd= Patm.H + Effective Aeration Depth Ot = Percentage Oxygen Concentration leaving Tank Hence. CS.T = Oxygen Saturation Concentration in Clean Water at Temperature 'T' g = Acceleration due to Gravity M = Mole of Air zb = Elevation (Altitude 'H') za = Elevation (Altitude Zero) R = Universal Gas Constant T = Temperature Hence. Pa = Pressure at Zero Altitude g = Acceleration due to Gravity M = Mole of Air zb = Elevation (Altitude 'H') za = Elevation (Altitude Zero) R = Universal Gas Constant T = Temperature Hence. SOTR Hence. Standard Oxygen Transfer Rate (SOTR) adopted No.T.H + Effective Aeration Depth=Patm. Patm. C'S.20: Dissolved Oxygen Saturation Concentration in Clean Water at 200 C and 1 atm α: Oxygen Transfer Correction Factor β: Salinity . Where.T. CS.H Where. of Basins Standard O2 required at Field Conditions per Basin =B/C Top Water Level (TWL) in C-Tech Basins Bottom Water Level (BWL) in C-Tech Basins Aeration Depth Height at which Diffusers are kept Effective Aeration Depth = G .Where.H SOTE for the above Effective Aeration Depth Fraction of O2 in Air Specific Gravity of Air at Standard Condition Air required at Field Conditions per Basin =D/(JxKxL) Hours of Aeration per Basin per day Air required per hour per Basin = M / N B C D E F G H I J K L M N O .Surface Tension Correction Factor F: Fouling Factor Hene.H CL: Operating Oxygen Concentration CS.

m2 B.00 2. A.00 No. Depth in m Sluice Gate Sizing for TTP 0.0. m3/sec Maximum Velocity.10. A.00 2. m3 Desired SWD.10. m/s Type.3. Flow sectional area. m length of Sides.9 Rectangular . a) b) c) d) e) f) 3.1.9 Rectangular Maximum Flow.0. Flow. m Width of sides. a) b) c) d) e) f) 3.10. a) b) c) d) e) f) 3.00 2. Depth in m Combined sludge system 0. Sec Volume. m3/sec Hydraulic Retention Time. of Cycles Sludge to be Wasted per Cycle per Basin = E / F Solids Consistency in the Wasted Sludge Volume(H x 1000)of Sludge to be Wasted per Cycle per Basin =G/ Considering(SAS) PumpRunningper CycleTime pf Surplus Activated Sludge Capacity of SAS Pump required= (I x 60) / J Capacity of SAS Pump provided TE collection Chamber cum distribution box for TTP/bypass Chamber 3.10. m3/sec Maximum Velocity. of Basins provided Sludge to be Wasted per Basin = C / D No. No.6. Specific Sludge Yield BOD removed Excess Sludge to be wasted = B x A 2.651 15 Maximum Flow.00 A B C D E F G H I J K L 3.00 1. m2 B. m Sluice Gate Sizing for bypass 0. Flow sectional area. m/s Type. of Operating Air Blowers per Basin Capacity of Air Blowers required = O / P Capacity of Air Blowers provided Number of Basins per set of Air Blowers Number of Basins Number of Operating Air Blowers = P x T / S Number of Standby Air Blowers SLUDGE WASTING 2.P Q R S T U X 3.9. Width in m D.651 0.2.14. Width in m D.

2(1W+1SB) Gravity thickener with scrapper 1 3. m3/sec DT time for feed chamber. m SWD. M Width. hrs Flow. m/sec Diameter of pipe.01 Non. kg/d (TSS) Combined Sludge Sump No. m3/ hr Head. m Diameter of Thickener. Sludge Thickener Design parameters 1. Combined Sludge Pumps Specific Gravity Type Quantity Capacity. m Feed chamber & Inlet Pipe Inlet flow required for above SLR.15.1. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3. m. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3. m3/d This blending quantity shall be received by gravity from primary clarifier outlet Design flow for inlet pipe. m3 Slope Side water depth.1. a) b) c) 3.3. m3/hr Volume.15. % Dimensions Surface Area required m Surface Area for each thickener.14.14.0. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) Quantity Design flow in the thickeners. m3 Liquid depth.15. kg/ m Overflow loading. M. Length. m. m / hr Sludge Weight. φ . m Delivery pipe size. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) 3. m3 Side water depth. m.15.8m/sec Rising main size. a) b) c) d) 3. Combined sludge characteristics Volume of combined sludge (Primary+excess) solid for BOD5 Total sludge freight.2. velocity.2. f design flow for each thickener. m3/sec Max. sec Volume of chamber. @1. (m3/d) Blending effluent quantity required. m .3. m. m size of feed chamber. kg/ d Solids loadings.14.3. Thickened Sludge characteristics.Clog Submersible Pumps. of unit Sludge Retention Time. m.

m.8m/sec Rising main size. Quantity Capacity. m.1.15. m . φ Anaerobic digester Design parameters 1. Volume.16. m Thickened Sludge Pumps Specific Gravity Type. % thickened sludge freight. hrs/day Flow. kg/d Specific Gravity Thickened sludge quantity. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3. m Thickened Sludge Sump Solid Capture efficiency. Kg/Day TVS reduced in digester.4.5. m2 Width/ Liquid depth Width. Liquid depth. m3/sec/half thickner Maximum Velocity. Specific Gravity of digested sludge Digestion period. kg/day Total Volatile solids (TVS). m/s. Flow section Area. % Temperature. days Solid loading rate. hrs.16. m Delivery pipe size. m.15. m3/sec Maximum flow. Fixed solids + VS remaining Total mass in digester (Liquid + Solid) (VSSr at PST+PxVSS)/TSS . m3/kg VSS destroyed Sludge/gas/supernatant calculations RCC tank with RCC dome 2 Organic portion of the combined sludge Total TSS to digester. of unit Sludge outlet conc. min.15. Kg/Day. Diameter. TVS destroyed. Kg/Day TSS after digestion. %. m3 Side water depth.3.2.16.. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) 3. kgVSS/m3/day at average Gas production.02 Screw type Pumps 2(1+1) 3. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Type No. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) 3. m /hr Head.0. m3/day Operating duration. m3/hr Hydraulic Retention Time. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) 3. φ @1.6. % VSS destroyed iin digester. Launder design Maximum Flow per thickener.

16. M3 Total solids in digested sludge. % of total volume HOS of cylindrical well. m. of unit Storage period for each. kg/d Digester capacity required.4.h) i) j) k) l) 3. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) 3. a) b) c) d) e) f) Gas production.16. m3/day@ 7% Digester Design Inlet flow to unit. φ Liquid depth.φ Provide dia of RCC tank. m. m Proposed number of digesters Volume of each digester.5. Kg/m3/Day Total volatile solids reaching the digester. m Provision Gas burner all required safety accessories No. days Considered Side Water Depth. m3/hr Provision Digester mixing pumps & sump all required safety accessories Turnover of total digester volume in hrs Turnover rate. m3/hr No. m Type 2 (1+1) Screw type Pumps . m3 Accordingly. m3/day No. of recycle pumps Capacity of each pump.05: Total mass out of digester Assuming Concentration in super tenant then . m3/day Mass out of digester. m3/hr Head. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) i) j) k) 3. m. Kg/Day If S: Total solids (Kg/Day) in the super tenant from the sludge digester then S/0. m Dia of cylindrical well.004+(TSS after digestion. Digestion Period. φ Provision Gas holders All required safety accessories Gas production. m3 Considering dome volume of cylindrical gas well. a) b) c) d) e) 3. of unit Gas flow. kg/d Flow of digested sludge.16. m3 Area of each digester Diameter of each digester.6. S.16.S)/0. m3/hr Capacity of burner required. m3/ Day Volatile Solids loading. % Burner capacity each. hrs Storage Volume for each. kg/d Super tenant flow rate.3.

φ @1.1.16..16.g) h) i) j) Suction pipe size.17.8m/sec Rising main size. kg/hr Dry sludge flow @ 22-25% conc.9. φ Recirculation Sump DT time for sump. kg/day Maximum Chemical Dose. Quantity Capacity.8. 3. φ HP (=1.0.15*Q*h*1. m3/hr Hydraulic Retention Time. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) 3. m3/hr Head.17. m . a) b) c) d) 3.18. m Delivery pipe size.2. m.4.8m/sec Rising main size.4% W/ V Poly dosing tanks Number of Units .05/75*0. 3. kg/d Sludge flow to dewatering system. hr/day Dewatering mechanism Type Quantity Capacity. m .3.7.16. kg/MT Total Consumption Per Day Net Storage Capacity @ 0.φ @1. a) Design Sludge freight. kg/d Digested sludge quantity. m. φ Digested Sludge Pumps Specific Gravity Type. m3/d Polyelectrolyte dosing system Centrifuge 2(1+1) 3. a) b) c) d) e) 3.18. hrs. m3/d Operating durations.φ @1. m Size of square sump. Digested sludge freight. min Volume of sump.17. m . m3/day Operating duration. m. m.1. Digested Sludge Sump 3.5m/sec Delivery pipe size. m. Diameter.17.0. Volume. m3/ Hr Loading /m belt length. 3. hrs/day Flow.3) Digester Heating system Heating arrangement shall be based on heat generated from Gas Engine Sludge Dewatering system Screw type Pumps 2(1+1) 3. 3.18. m3 Liquid depth.17. m3 Side water depth. a) b) c) d) e) f) g) h) 3. Sludge weight to system.2.

1.3.0 4.0 Volume per Basin.2.1 a) b) d) 4. m3/m2/hr Backwash rate. kg/cm2 Filter sand 1 60 0. MLD Operating hours.75 39.06 0. M Side Water Depth. a) b) c) d) 4.2.b) c) d) e) f) 3.T.1.6 6 24 6 30 45 0.2.1. M Free Board. m3 /m2 /hr Air scouring rate.3. m3 / Day System losses for filtration. seconds Velocities/sec.88194444 0. Hours/Day Flow rate.1. % . a) b) c) d) 4.0 Capacity.2.2 a) b) c) d) e) f) g) Flash Mixer No.1. of beds Filtration duration hrs/day filtration rate. MWC TERTIARY TREATMENT PLANT Design Parameters Capacity criteria Metering Pumps. % Hydraulic over loading.298 4.20 m3 / hr m3 / min m3/ sec Flow for design of filter unit m3/ Day = (15000+3%) m3 / hr m3 / min m3 /sec Basic criteria of unit sizing 56250 2343.1.2 4.1.9 0.max.1 4.651 25750 1072.9 0. a) b) c) d) 4. of unit D. Quantity Capacity. M^3 Basin Sides/ Height Size of Sides of Square Basin. LPH Head.4 a) 4.3.5 4. above rated flow Flow Rates 25 24 25000 3 125 4. M Metering Pumps: Type.916667 17. m3 /m2 /hr Air scouring pressure. 2(1+1) 4.18.3 4.01 0.0.35 . Raw water channel Flash mixer to Clariflocculator Flocculation basin to clarifier zone clarified water channel Rapid Gravity Sand Filters No.0 Flow for design of all inlet & outlet m3/ Day =15000*1.3.

min Chlorination No.5 2 10 2(1+1) 6 Vacuum 7 1 4 0.13 4.12 4. hr FB. of unit D. m Combined sludge(pri.1. m2 Height. of chlorinator Dosing rate.3. sand depth.1 a) b) c) Type Quantity Dosing rate. of bed to wash at a time Duration of wash for capacity.4 4. m Wash water tank no. mg/ L(pre) Vacuum 2(1+1) . mm U. m2 Height.3.0.9 0 0.3-1.5 30 4. m (sec. M Gravel depth. m Unit sizing of TTP Gaseous Chlorination Chlorinator (Pre+Post) 0.h) i) j) 4.0 72 5.3.3.m2 Height. mg/l(pre+post) Type of unit Tonner space.3 a) b) c) d) 4.0 5.0 effective size. m Thickened sludge sump. m2 Height. days of chlorine requiremnet CCT cum treated storage tank No.80 1.0 15 4 15 4 5. m Digested sludge sump. Clari) sludge pump house..5 0.Clari.11 4.4-0.5 4.C.) pump house. m Piping gallery width.3.13 5. m Antracote Depth.1.T.3.

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