Darrell Egarr Published in UK Water Projects
Darrell Egarr, Ph.D., (England) published an article entitled "Deephams STW Analysis of Mixing Chamber, Aeration Lanes and Final Settlement Tanks" in UK Water Projects 2016 Edition.
Deephams Sewerage Treatment Works, located in East London, is the ninth largest works in the UK and serves a population equivalent of 891,000 (as of 2011). In order to accommodate population growth, meet new wastewater quality standards, prepare for weather variations, and replace an ageing plant; a major upgrade has been undertaken by phased replacement of existing treatment streams. The upgrade includes new primary settlement tanks, activated sludge plant (ASP) lanes; and final settlement tanks (FSTs); with the capacity of the new treatment streams being greater than the streams being replaced.
Darrell's article for UK Water Projects focusses on the work undertaken by MMI Engineering for this particular project. Darrell and his team assisted the site designers by undertaking computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis of the mixing chamber, aeration lanes, and FSTs in order to demonstrate which designs were robust; and to provide design solutions where performance could be improved.
For more information regarding the event, visit: UK Water Projects 2016 Edition
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