Brown and Caldwell Home Page

Brown and Caldwell engineers and scientists are technical and thought leaders in the environmental sector. Meet the people who have been advancing innovation for more than 70 years.
Author      Title/Abstract      

An Innovative Design for Self-Cleaning Wet Wells for Constant Apeed Pumping Stations
Author: Garr M. Jones, Robert L. Sanks, Charles E. Sweeney
Date: 9/194
Presented at Pacific Northwest Pollution Control Association Conference, Spokane, Washington, September 18-21, 1994

Modeling studies at hydraulics laboratories at Montana State University and ENSR Consulting and Engineering have confirmed the validity of an innovative departure in the design of wastewater pumping stations. The design approach, originally developed for variable speed stations and proven over more that 30 years' experience, has been altered to accommodate constant speed pumps. Design examples are presented for both rectangular and circular plan wet wells.

This library contains published materials for which copyrights may be owned by entities other than Brown and Caldwell, but which are stored for limited uses by BC employees. Technical papers authored by BC employees generally may be printed and shared electronically with clients and prospective clients outside BC. Technical papers cannot be sold, and technical papers shared outside BC must have proper attribution of the original sponsoring organization or conference where the paper was presented. This attribution is embedded in each technical paper file when it is loaded into this library. Published articles from magazines or trade journals which are stored in this library are FOR INTERNAL USE ONLY and SHOULD NOT be distributed to clients or others outside BC, without express permission of the copyright owner. For questions regarding copyrights associated with any document in this library, or questions regarding copyrights in general, contact the Legal Department.