Enclosed Headworks Design Considerations for Odor, Corrosion, and Safety
Abstract:Enclosed headworks provide containment of H2S and facilitate odor control, but designers have often failed to address interior corrosion and safety issues. Current design manuals focus on the selection and layout of headworks equipment, but there is little guidance on corrosion control and safety. This paper examines problems at existing headworks to identify the causative factors and to develop an improved design approach that addresses odor, corrosion, and safety in enclosed headworks installations.
Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 2010-01-01
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