Quantcast Figure   2-22.Types  of  manholes - 14071_61

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Figure   2-22.—Types  of  manholes When  designing  a  wastewater  system,  the  design water is not constant. Use is greater in the summer than engineer  begins  by  first  determining  the  types  and in the winter and greater during the morning and evening quantities  of  sewage  to  rehandled.  This  is  accomplished than it is in the middle of the day or at night. Therefore, through a careful study of the area to be served. The design  engineer  bases  his  design  on  the  average  daily the average daily flow (based on the average utilization) use of water per person in the area to be served. A typical is multiplied by a peak flow factor to obtain the design value is 100 gallons per person per day. But, the use of flow. 2-21

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