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Nieuwenhuis, E.M. (author)
Fat, oil and grease (FOG) deposits are one of the leading causes of sewer system blockages, thereby increasing the risks of undesired and polluting flooding and sewer overflows. FOG accumulates throughout the entire sewer network; e.g., in public sewer pipes and lateral house connections it reduces the available discharge capacity, and in pump...
master thesis 2016
De Groot, A.C. (author)
In Amsterdam, over 200 so called inverted siphons are situated. As these siphons are prone for blockages, it is key that these parts of a sewer system are maintained proactively. This article outlines the basis of a methodology that can be used to estimate the fouling degree of sewers with the use of water level measurements. Even though the...
master thesis 2015