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Expanding the Use of a Hydraulic Software Package: The Development of an Interceptor Odor Predictive Model

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As part of a Hydrogen Sulfide Control Study for the Sacramento Regional County Sanitation District (SRCSD) an Odor Predictive Model has been created. This model combines hydraulic model results with airflow, dissolved sulfide and hydrogen sulfide estimations to identify locations of high odor potential within the SRCSD interceptor system. SRCSD staff will use this Odor Predictive Model to evaluate overall system operation and identify potential future odor “hot spots” resulting from growth and/or changes in system operation.

Keywords: Hydraulic model; airflow; hydrogen sulfide; odor; odor model

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: January 1, 2009

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