Experiences and Challenges in Sewers: Measurements and Hydrodynamics

Experiences and Challenges in Sewers: Measurements and Hydrodynamics (2008) . Edited by Frédérique Larrarte and Hubert Chanson. International Meeting on Measurements and Hydraulics of Sewers IMMHS'08, Summer School GEMCEA/LCPC, 19-21 August 2008, Bouguenais, France.

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Title of proceedings Experiences and Challenges in Sewers: Measurements and Hydrodynamics
Editor Frédérique Larrarte
Hubert Chanson
Conference name International Meeting on Measurements and Hydraulics of Sewers IMMHS'08, Summer School GEMCEA/LCPC
Conference location Bouguenais, France
Conference dates 19-21 August 2008
Convener Frédérique Larrarte
ISBN 9781864999280
Place published Brisbane, Australia
Publisher Department of Civil Engineering at The University of Queensland
Publication date 2008
Year available 2008
Start page 1
End page 114
Total pages 114
Collection year 2008
Language eng
Subject 290000 Engineering and Technology
290800 Civil Engineering
290802 Water and Sanitary Engineering
291104 Environmental Technologies
Abstract/Summary The International Meeting on Measurements and Hydraulics of Sewers (IMMHS'08) was organised by the Water and Environment Division of the Laboratoire Central des Ponts et Chaussées (LCPC) to foster interactions between industry professionals, researchers and university academics on the topics of experiences and challenges in sewers including measurements, hydrodynamics and sediments. A main feature of the meeting was the direct interactions between a wide range of professionals and researchers working on a broad range of relevant topics, including operational issues, sediments and turbidity, mud rheology, H2S, and flow measurements. Another interesting aspect of this event was the stimulating debates during and after the presentations, as well as during the subsequent discussions and the field measurements. Contributions include: Challenges in Sewer Hydrodynamics, Sediments and Measurements, Sedimentation in Large Combined Sewage Systems: Perspectives of an Operator, A New Velocity and Total Suspended Solid Measurement Device, Measurements of Pollutants by Turbidimetry, Acoustic Doppler Velocimetry (ADV) in the Field and in Laboratory: Practical Experiences, Sewer Sediments - their Diversity, Impact and Modelling Challenges, Use of CFD Techniques to Estimate the Spatial Distribution of Sediment on the Bed of a Large Detention and Settling Basin. The publication of the proceedings marked the successful conclusion of this event. Each paper was peer-reviewed by a minimum of two experts. A key feature of all these contributions is the practical knowledge gained in the last ten to fifteen years, and a particular effort was made by all contributors to share both positive and negative experiences.
Keyword Sewers
Measurements
Hydraulics
Open channel flows
Sediments
Turbidity
Hydrodynamics
Sedimentation
design
operation
rehabilitation
urban environment
Additional Notes The full conference proceedings bibliographic details are : LARRARTE, F., and CHANSON, H. (2008). "Experiences and Challenges in Sewers: Measurements and Hydrodynamics." Proceedings of the International Meeting on Measurements and Hydraulics of Sewers, Summer School GEMCEA/LCPC, 19-21 Aug. 2008, Bouguenais, Hydraulic Model Report No. CH70/08, Div. of Civil Engineering, The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia, 114 pages (ISBN 9781864999280).

 
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