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## How is sludge calculated?

It simply determines the suspended solids concentration of the sample from the aeration tank, in mg/L. Sludge volume index ( SVI ) is calculated by dividing the settleability by the MLSS concentration. The SVI is always expressed in mL/g.

## What is CFS in wastewater?

1 cubic foot/second = 449 gallons/minute. 1 gallon/second. = 0.134 cubic feet/second. 1 gallon/second. = 8.021 cubic feet/minute.

## How do you calculate dry solids in sludge?

Calculation : The daily sludge mass produced = ( 100,000 ) ( 0.080 ) = 8,000 kg dry SS / day. Since 97 % MC is 3 % SC or approximately 30 kg dry SS / m 3 sludge, the daily volume produced is 8,000 / 30 = 267 m 3 .

## What is LPS unit?

lps – metric liters per second. 1 lps is about 16 gallons per minute.

## What is the difference between capacity and flow?

Flow is the actual amount of water being treated, moved or reused. Capacity represents the ability to treat, move or reuse water.

## How do you calculate septic tanks in liters?

How to calculate the size of septic tank you need. C = 2000 litres + 180P. C = 2000 litres + 180 × 4 = 2720 litres, For 4 users, minimum size of septic tank could be 2.2m × 1.0m × 1.30m (7.2ft × 3.3ft × 4.25ft) in respect to their Length, breadth and depth.

## What is food to microorganism ratio?

The term Food to Microorganism Ratio (F/M) is actually a measurement of the amount of incoming food ( Lbs of Influent CBOD) divided by the Lbs of Microorganisms in your system. If you have an activated sludge system, you should determine your F/M ratio regularly.

## How do you calculate solids?

% Solids = (Net weight of the dry specimen / Net weight of the original specimen) x 100. = { (C-A) / (B-A) } x 100.

## How do you calculate total solids in wastewater?

Total solids are measured by weighing the amount of solids present in a known volume of sample. This is done by weighing a beaker, filling it with a known volume, evaporating the water in an oven and completely drying the residue, and then weighing the beaker with the residue.

## What is the difference between CFU and CFU/g?

The results are read as CFU/mL (Colony Forming Unit per millilitre) for the liquid cultures, whereas CFU/g (Colony Forming Unit per grams) for the solid cell cultures. Colony Forming Units can be calculated by using method available named miles and misra.

## How many gallons are in a cubic meter?

Cubic meter is a metric volume unit and equals to 1000 liters, 264.1 gallons and 35.3 cubic feet.

## How to convert L liters to US quarts (liquid)?

Liters to US Quarts (Liquid) (L to qt) conversion calculator for Volume conversions with additional tables and formulas. Language Metric Conversion> Metric Converter> Volume Converter> Liters Conversion> Liters to US Quarts (Liquid)

## How to convert liters to cubic meters?

To convert liters to cubic meters, multiply the liter value by 0.001 or divide by 1000. For example, to convert 100 liters to cubic meters, multiply 100 by 0.001, that makes 0.1 m3 in 100 liters. What is a Liter? Liter (litre) is a metric system volume unit. 1 L = 0.001 m3.