Here is the second problem in this series:
I have a cylindrical (round) tank that has a diameter of 6 feet and is 5.5 feet deep below the invert of the outlet. (Hint: remember )…
Here are the answers to this month's practice problem.
I have a cylindrical (round) tank that has a diameter of 6 feet and is 5.5 feet deep below the invert of the outlet. (Hint:…
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Here is another series of problems to help maintain and sharpen our sewage math skills. For the first problem let’s look at what should be an easy septic tank example.
To answer these questions I would first convert the measurements in inches to feet:
60 inches ÷ 12 inches/foot = 5 feet
108 inches ÷ 12 inches/foot = 9 feet
72 inches ÷ 12…
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