Category: Water Supply Engineering

Water Demand – MCQ || Water Supply Engineering

Water Demand – MCQ || Water Supply Engineering

Water Demand - MCQ Following are some question and answer about water demand: 1. Per capita demand is a) Total yearly water requirement(litres) / 365 × Populationb) Total yearly water requirement(litres) / Design Populationc) Total yearly water requirement(litres) / Populationd) Total yearly water requirement(litres) / 365 × Design Population View Answer d) Total yearly water … Continue reading Water Demand – MCQ || Water Supply Engineering

Grid Iron System- And their Advantages & Disadvantages

Grid Iron System ⇛ Grid iron system is one method of the layout of distribution pipes. This system is also known as interlaced system or reticulation system.  ⇛ In this system, the mains, sub-mains, and branches are inter-connected with each other. Thus, this system provides free circulation of water through the pipelines.   ⇛  Cut-off valves … Continue reading Grid Iron System- And their Advantages & Disadvantages

Dead End System – And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Dead End System – And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Dead End System Dead end system is one method of the layout of distribution pipes. This method is also known as a tree system. It consists of one supply main from which sub-mains are taken. From the sub-mains, the branch lines are provided from which service connections are given to the consumers. The dead-end system of the … Continue reading Dead End System – And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Water Carriage System And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Water Carriage System And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Water Carriage System The water carriage system is the modern method of conveyance of sewage. In this system, water is used as a medium for conveying the sewage to the treatment plant and final disposal.   In this system, the excremental matters are mixed up in a large quantity of water and carried through underground … Continue reading Water Carriage System And Their Advantages and Disadvantages

Factors Governing The Selection Of Sewer Pipe Materials

Factors Governing The Selection Of Sewer Pipe Materials

Factors Governing The Selection Of Sewer Pipe Materials The selection of material for the sewer pipe is governed by the following factors:  1) Carrying capacity of the pipe.2) Durability, strength, and life of the sewer pipe.3) Imperviousness and weight. 4) Resistance to corrosion and abrasion.5) Type of sewage to be conveyed and its possible corrosive … Continue reading Factors Governing The Selection Of Sewer Pipe Materials