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As per Network design of Zone 1

Average Flow = 3.256 MLD

Other flow = 0.01 MLD

= 136.06 m3/h

= 0.038 m3/s

= 339.6 m3/h

= 0.094 m3/s

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Average Flow+other flow = 3.266 MLD

= 339.6 m3/hr

= 0.094 m3/sec

1

3 Design Of Course screen chamber 1 mechanical Working + 1 manual Standby

Pipe

Dia

d2' d2

d3

0.1 ZC

Z1 Z2 Z3

Datum

2 Slope of the Incoming Pipe = 40.00%

3 Velocity at Peak Design Flow, v = 1.12 m/s

4 Depth of Flow in the Pipe at design flow, d = 0.27 m

5 Peak Design Flow = 8.150 MLD

0.0944 m3/s

1 Velocity through Screen Consider dd 11 = 1.00 m/s

2 Bar Spacing = 20 mm

3 bar Thickness = 12 mm

Velocity through rack

= 0.0944 m2

Depth of flow in transition channel

= 0.23 m

= Err:511 Nos.

2

No of opening requires = 11.5 Nos.

= 11 Nos.

f) Width of Bars = 12 mm

g) Width of Chamber w = of Bars*Thickness of Bar)/1000)

= Err:511

w= 0.372 m

Width Provided as per Manufacturer's recommendation = 0.5 m

The plan, Longitudinal section , the Cross section of the Chamber including datum , water

h) surface at peak design flow, bar arrangement and spacing are shown in figure.

Width of Chamber

= (12*20)/(0.5*1000)

= 0.48

3.2 Compute the actual depth of flow and Velocity in the rack chamber at peak design flow.

The actual depth of flow in the rack Chamber upstream of the bar rack is calculated by

a) Energy Equation

Energy Equation with respect to two sections of channel is expressed by given equation .

(See Section 1 and 2 in figure)

L.H.S. = R.H.S.

Z1+d1+v12/2g -hL = Z2+d2+v22/2g

Where, Z1 & Z2 = height above the datum, (m)

3

Where, V1 & V2 = Velocity at section 1 and 2 (m/s)

Where,hL = Total Head loss, (m)

Where, d1 & d2 = Depth of flow at sections 1 and 2 , (m)

In This Example

hL = Ke(V12/2g-V22/2g)

Size of Gates provided = 400 x 400

Add headloss due to Gates = 0 m

Where Ke = Coefficient of Expansion

b) Using the Energy equation between section 1 in the incoming conduit and section 2.

* Reference Datum is at the floor of the Chamber ( Z 2 = 0 )

The invert of the Incoming Conduit (Pipe) is above the reference datum by

*

= 10 cm

= 0.1 m

* Ke = 0.2

d2+((0.0944/0.5*d2)^2/

Err:511

= (2*9.81)+Ke(V12/2g-V22/2g)

0.1+0.2695+(1.12^2)/(2*9.81) Err:511

d2+((0.0944/0.5*d2)^2/

0.434 (2*9.81)+0.2((1.12^2)/(2*9.81)-

(0.0944/(0.5*d2))^2/2*9.81)

=

d2+0.0019/d2^2)+0.2(0.064-

0.434 = (0.0019/d2^2)

0.434 d2+0.0019/d2^2+0.0128-

= 0.0004/d2^2

0 = d2^3-0.4212*d2^2+0.0004

Considering d2 = 0.419 m

4

This is Function

0.419^3-0.4212*0.419^2+0.0004

F(0.419) =

v2 = Q/(w*d2)

= Err:511

v2 = 0.451 m/s

the bar rack

V= Flow (peak)

net area at the rack

= Q(peak)

(Clear width of the opening of the

rack)*d2

= 0.0944

0.23*0.419

= 0.980 m/s

hL1 = 0.0729*V2-v22

= 0.0729((0.98)^2-(0.451)^2))

hL1 = 0.056 m

* For Clean Screen

hL2 = β(W/b)^4/3*hvSinθ

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maximum cross section width of

w= bars facing the direction of flow ,

(m)

hL2 = head loss through the rack , (m)

angle of the bar with Horizontal

θ= ie. (75ο)

θ= 75

hv = v22/2g

hL2 = Err:511

hL = 0.052 m

chamber below the rack.

trial and error from the Energy Equation.

d2+(V22/2g) = d3+(V32/2g)

d3+

Err:511 = (((0.0944/d3*0.5)^2)/2*9.81)+0.0

56

0.43 = d3+(((0.002/d3^2))+0.056

0.374 = d3+(((0.002/d3^2))

0= d3^3-0.374d3^2+0.002

Considering d3 0.364 m

This is Function

F(0.364) = 0.364^3-0.374*0.364^2+0.002

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This is Zero = 0.000

V3 = 0.52 m/s

Clogging.

the rack is reduced to half & the head loss through

the rack is obtained from the Energy Equation

d2'+(v2'^2/2*g) = d3+(v3^2/2*g)+h50

Where, d2' and v2' = chamber up stream of the rack at

50 % clogging.

% clogging.

b) The velocity & depth of flow in the channel below the rack are governed by the condition in

the outlet channel (the channel that carries the screened waste water.) Since the condition in

the outlet channel do not change, it can be assumed that d 3 and v3 are the same as

calculated for the clean rack 0.0729*((velocity through rack

c) h50 = opening)^2-v2'^2)

Err:511

f) d2'+(v2'^2/2*g) = d3+(v3^2/2*g)+h50

Right Side(d3+(v3^2/2*g)+h50 0.531

Diff of LHS & RHS 0.000

Solving by trial and error method

This is Function

7

g) The head loss under 50% clogging

h50 = d2'-d3

h50 = 0.16 m

d2'

0.787

v' =

0.5245

When the screen opening become half-plugged. The area of flow is assumed to be half, and Velocity

i) through the screen is doubled.

h50 = 0.0729*((v')^2-(v2)^2)

h50 = 0.0729*((1.501)^2)-(0.484^2))

h50 = 0.15 m

dc = (Q2/(g*b2))1/3

dc = (Q^2)/(9.81*(b^2)))^(1/3)

dc = (0.0944^2)/(9.81*(0.5^2)))^(1/3)

dc = 0.154 m

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b) Critical velocity vc = Q/(b*dc))

= Err:511

vc = 1.226 m/s

c) The critical depth generally occurs at a distance (3 to 10 )*d c from the point of free fall.

3.4.2 calculate the elevation of the channel bottom near free fall in the wet well.

Z3+d3+(v32/2*g) = (Z3+Zc)+dc+(vc2/2*g)

Zc = d3+((v3^2)/(2*g))-dc-((vc^2)/

(2*g))

Zc = Err:511

Zc = 0.15 m

Width of Manual Screen Provided = 0.5 m

Transition Channel/Clear width of Screen Channel = 0.8 m

Width of Mechanical Screen = 0.8 m

Length of upstream screen channel = 2.4 m

Length of Mechanical Screen = 2

length of downstream screen channel = 1.6 m

Total Length of Screen Channel = 6

Depth of screen = m

Under clean racks d2 = 0.419 m

With 50% Clogged racks d2' = 0.5245 m

Depth after screening d3 = 0.364 m

Height of weir at the end of screen channel Zc = 0.147 m

Height of water over weir dc = 0.154 m

Cutout provided = 500 mm x 900 mm

Average Flow = 37.80 LPS

9

Design Flow = 94.32 LPS

= 339.60 m3/hr

= 5.00 min

157)

= 28.300 m3

Minimum Submergence Provided = 0.80 m

= 18.87 m

= 4.90 m

Diameter Provided = 5 m

= 29.44 m3

= 12.98

No of Pumps for Peak Flow = 4.00 nos.

10

Design Flow for Pumps ( Intermediate Peak flow) 275.00 m3/hr

Head Loss check with one rising main 22.50 MWC

Provide 4 number of pumps of capacity 140 m3/hr with 10.5 MWC

4.2 Pumping Main

SQRT(339.6/2/3600/0.785/1.8)*1

Dia of pumping main required

= 000

= 182.70 mm

Provide pumping main of 200mm Dia

SQRT(339.6/3600/0.785/2.5)*100

Dia of pumping main required

= 0

= 219.24 mm

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HYDRAULIC CALCULATIONS OF NAYAPALLI SPS

Unit WL/FSL

1 FLOW CONDITIONS:-

1.1 Average flow for STP = 3.26 MLD

= 3256.00 m3/day

= 135.67 m3/hr

= 0.40 m3/hr

1.3 Peak Flow = 8.14 MLD

= 8140.00 m3/day

= 339.17 m3/hr

0.094 m3/s

1.4 Peak flow + Other Flow = 8.15 MLD

= 8149.50 m3/day

= 339.56 m3/hr

Distance of Receiving Chamber from Incoming Pipe = 10 m

Diameter of pipe provided = 350 mm

Design flow through pipe = 339.56 m3/hr

Velocity through pipe as per approved Zone Design 1.12 m/s

Exit loss and Entry Loss = 1.5V22g = 95.90 mm

Head loss due to pipe Gredient = 1 in 600 m 0.0017

pipe head loss along its length = = 16.67 mm

Total head loss from last chamber to Receving Chamber = 120.00 mm

3 IL of incoming sewer = 38.042 m

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depth of flow in incoming sewer (d1) = 0.270 m

4 FSL at Receiving Chamber = 38.312 m

depth provided below IL of sewer (Z1) = 0.100 m

Receiving Chamber = 37.935 0.37 38.305 V2^2/2g 0.01 38.365 0.2(V12/2g)-(V22-2g) 0.011

Depth of water over weir = 0.154 m

Free fall consider after weir = 0.300 m

SWD of wet well = 1.500 m

Pump Submergence (as per manufacturers data) = 0.800 m

11

15 Bottom of wet well = 35.48 m

11

Pump Head Calculation of Raw Sewage Pumps of NAYAPALLI PS

PROJECT Sewerage System of Bhubaneswar Dist I, Zone II

Pump Details

Quanity Capacity

S. NO Type of Pump Tag No Remarks Hazen William formula (applicable for pipes/pressurized conduits) As per CPHEEO, Manual on

W S (m3/hr)

sewerage & sewage treatment (Edition- 2013), Clause No: 16.2, Page No: 3-32

Inter-

1 Submersible 2 2 140

mediate

Static Head of Pumps V = 4.567 x 10-3 x C x D^0.63 x S^0.54 H = (V / (0.004567 x C x D^0.63))1.852 x L

IL in Suction Sump, m A = 34.74 S = (V / (0.004567 x C x D^0.63))1/0.54 V = Velocity in mps

Minimum or Low water level in Sump m B = 35.54 S = (V / (0.004567 x C x D^0.63))1.852 C = Hazen william coefficient

Top Water Level / COP of pipe at discharge m C = 40.117 S = Head loss per unit length of pipe D = Diameter of pipe in

Total Static Head for Pumps m D = 4.5733 Head loss for complete length of pipe (H) = S * L L = Length of pipe, m

Pipe loss

Size ID "C" Q V Length

From To MOC Formula Drop

Value

NB mm m3/hr) m3/s m/s m m m

Each pump Common Header 200 200 140 140 0.039 1.24 5.00 0.00710 0.0355

Flow Meter

Common Header 250 250 140 339.56 0.094 1.92 15 0.01230 0.185

Chemaber

Flow Meter

MH B72A 200 200 140 169.78 0.047 1.50 350 0.01010 3.535

Chamber

Fitting loss

BENDS Tee Valves Exp / Mag. Flow RE Total Pressure

From To Air Valve

22.5 45° 90° Branch Main Gate Butterfly Check Ball Reducer meter Joints Drop

K Values(table 4.2, CPHEEO) 1.50 0.50 0.75 1.00 1.50 0.30 0.40 10.0 2.5 5.00 0.50 0 0.41 m

Present Pump Common Header 1 1 1 1 1 1 0.493

Flow Meter

Common Header 1 1 1 1 2 0.512

Chemaber

Flow Meter

MH B72A 1 3 3 3 1 1 0.575

Chamber

Friction loss in Fittings, As per CPHEEO, Manual on sewerage & sewage treatment Table 4.2, Page No: 4.16 Total frictional Head m 5.336

Static Head m 4.57

H= K(V2/2g)

10% margin on frictional head m 5.9

H= Friction loss Total Head required m 10.44

K= Friction coefficient, which is a function of the ratio of radius of curvature of the bend to

Total Head provided m 10.50

the width of conduit, deflection angle, and cross section of flow.

(V2/2g) is change of velocity head before and after transition, Rev Date Prepared Checked Approved

0.000 2.2.2018 VB AAS KL

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Checklist for SPS - NAYAPALLI SPS

SI No Description Qty Unit

1 Flow

Average Flow

Ultimate Flow 3.27 MLD

Peak Flow

Ultimate Flow 8.15 MLD

Incoming diameter 350 mm

Invert Level Considered at Last manhole of SPS 37.44 m

Natural Ground Level 41.24 m

Finished Ground Level 41.64 m

Plinth Level 42.39 m

2 Receiving Chamber

Length 2.00 m

Width 1.80 m

Depth 5.07 m

Size of Sluice Gate 400 x 400 mm

Type of Sluice Gate ( Manual / Actuation) Manual

3 Screen Chamber

No of working and Standby Screens 1W+1S

Mechanical Screen

No of working and StandbyMechanical Screen 1 No

Bar Spacing 20 mm

Width of Bar 12 mm

Angle of Inclination 75 Degree

Width of screen channel 0.50 m

Side Water Depth 0.27 m

upstream screen length 2.4 m

Length of Mechanical Screen 2.0

downstream screen length 1.6 m

Total Length of Screen 6.0 m

Type of Conveyor Belt

Manual Screen

No of working and Standby Manual Screen 1 No

Bar Spacing 20 mm

Width of Bar 12 mm

Angle of Inclination 45 Degree

Width of screen channel 0.15 m

Side Water Depth 0.27 m

upstream screen length 2.4 m

Length of Manual Screen 1.5 m

downstream screen length 1.60 m

Total Length of Screen 6.00 m

4 Wetwell

Detention Time 5.00 min

Size of Wetwell 0m

Whether Twin Compartment No

No of working and standby pumps 4.00 No

No of Working Pumps 2.00 No

No of Standby Pumps 2.00 No

Pump Capacity 140 cum/hr

Pump Head 10.50 m

Size of Delelivery Pipe 200

Size of Common Header 200

Size of Pumping Main 200

Material of Delivery pipe and common header DI K9

Material of Pumping Main DI K9

Sluice Valve 200

Non Return Valve 200

Pressure Gauge Yes

Morail with electrically operated / manual operated No

EOT Yes

EOT capacity and projection 2 Ton

Forced Ventilation Yes

MCC Panel Yes

RTU Panel Yes

5 Pumping Main

Dia and materials of PM 200

Whether Twin PM Yes

Flow meter type Ultrasonic

Scour Valve at SPS Yes

Air Valve No

Transition Manhole Yes

Discharge End connecting Manhole B72A

6 Layout

Approach Road 5m wide

Incoming Sewer direction Yes

Pumping Main Direction Yes

Orientation of process units Yes

Security Cabin Yes

Location of DG Set Yes

Location of Transformer Yes

PS

Remarks

Corrigendum 1

Corrigendum 1

HFD

Survey

Survey

NIT

NIT

Corrigendum 1

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