Monthly Archives: August 2014

‘Math Solutions’ For Wastewater Operator Certification-Flow Rate Conversion calculations

Water Online’s “Math Solutions” series, presented by wastewater consultant and trainer Dan Theobald (“Wastewater Dan”), instructs operators on Flow Rate Conversion calculations. http://www.wateronline.com/doc/math-solutions-flow-rate-conversions-0001 By Dan Theobald, Environmental Services The thought process behind this presentation of “Math Solutions” comes from my … Continue reading

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Calculate/Convert Flow from cms to MGD

Description: Explains basic formula format, discusses elements; Explain Acronyms cms as Cubic Meters per Second and MGD as Million Gallons per Day, Explain conversion factors and math operators, and finally requests subscribing and interacting.

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Calculate/Convert Flow from MGD to cms

Description: Explains basic formula format, discusses elements; Explain Acronyms MGD as Million Gallons per Day and cms as Cubic Meter per Second, Explain conversion factors and math operators, and finally requests subscribing and interacting.

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Calculate/Convert Flow from cfs to MGD

Description: Explains basic formula format, discusses elements; Explain Acronyms cfs as Cubic Feet per Second and MGD as Million Gallons per Day, Explain conversion factors and math operators, and finally requests subscribing and interacting.

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Calculate/Convert Flow from MGD to cfs

Description: Explains basic formula format, discusses elements; Explain Acronyms MGD as Million Gallons per Day and cfs as Cubic Feet per Second, Explain conversion factors and math operators, and finally requests subscribing and interacting.

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Calculate multiple Flow Rates Conversions

Description: Explains many Flow Rate conversion Factors and Math Operators; Gallons per Minute-GPM, Gallons per Hour-GPH, Gallons per Day-GPD, Liters per Minute-L/Min and Milliliters per Minute-Mil. /min also explains formula format, discusses elements and finally requests subscribing and interacting.

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