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  • Effect of rapid hydraulic shock loads on the performance of granular bed baffled reactor 

    Baloch, M. I.; Akunna, Joseph C. (Selper, 2003-03)
    This paper describes the performance of a granular bed baffled reactor when receiving unpredictable hydraulic shock loads, which is a frequent occurrence in industrial wastewater treatment plants. Shock loads were created ...
  • Gross solid transport in sewers 

    Butler, D.; Davies, J. W.; Jefferies, Christopher; Schütze, M. (Thomas Telford, 2003-06)
    Gross solid transport in sewers has been studied in the laboratory, by theoretical analysis, and in the field. A simplified model is proposed that can be run as an extension of existing sewer software packages (for example ...
  • A model for water flow through rock fractures based on friction factor 

    Zhang, Zhenyu; Nemcik, Jan; Qiao, Qiuqiu; Geng, Xueyu (Springer-Verlag, 2014-03-06)
    Rock fracture roughness and tortuosity caused by contact asperities produce extra resistance for fluid flow in comparison with the channel consisting of two smooth parallel plates. To characterise the role of roughness and ...
  • Modelling of flow through gravel-filled trenches 

    Schluter, W.; Jefferies, Christopher; Zhang, Xiaoxian (Taylor & Francis, 2007-12)
    Today's standardized computer models for simulating flow through in-ground sustainable urban drainage systems (SUDS) require substantial monitoring data in order to allow for a realistic representation of system behaviour, ...
  • Modelling the outflow from a porous pavement 

    Schlüter, Wolfram; Jefferies, Christopher (Taylor & Francis, 2002-09)
    The porous pavement of industrial and commercial areas is a form of sustainable urban drainage (SUD) system which has been developed to reduce runoff flow rates and volumes. This study reports on the modelling of the ...