Suraj Kumar
Birsa Institute of Technology (BIT), Sindri
Suraj Kumar has created this Calculator and 500+ more calculators!
Ishita Goyal
Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology (MIET), Meerut
Ishita Goyal has verified this Calculator and 500+ more calculators!

11 Other formulas that you can solve using the same Inputs

WAS Pumping Rate From Return Line When Wasting Rate From Return Line is Given
WAS pumping rate from return line=(Volume of the reactor*mlss/(mean cell residence time*sludge concentration in return line))-(effluent flow rate*solid concentration in effluent/sludge concentration in return line) GO
Concentration of Sludge in Return Line when Wasting Rate from Return Line is Given
sludge concentration in return line=(Volume of the reactor*mlss/(mean cell residence time*WAS pumping rate from return line))-(effluent flow rate*solid concentration in effluent/WAS pumping rate from return line) GO
Effluent Flow Rate when Wasting Rate from Return Line is Given
effluent flow rate=(Volume of the reactor*mlss/(mean cell residence time*solid concentration in effluent))-(WAS pumping rate from return line*sludge concentration in return line/solid concentration in effluent) GO
Concentration of Solids in Effluent When Wasting Rate from Return Line is Given
solid concentration in effluent=(Volume of the reactor*mlss/(mean cell residence time*effluent flow rate))-(WAS pumping rate from return line*sludge concentration in return line/effluent flow rate) GO
Wasting rate from return line
mean cell residence time=(Volume of the reactor*mlss)/((WAS pumping rate from return line*sludge concentration in return line)+(effluent flow rate*solid concentration in effluent)) GO
Volume of the reactor when wasting rate from return line is given
Volume of the reactor=mean cell residence time*((WAS pumping rate from return line*sludge concentration in return line)+(effluent flow rate*solid concentration in effluent))/mlss GO
Wasting Rate from Return Line when Concentration of Solid in Effluent is Low
mean cell residence time=(Volume of the reactor*mlss)/(WAS pumping rate from return line*sludge concentration in return line) GO
Drainage Area when Peak Discharge given in Field Application
Drainage Area=Peak Discharge/(1/3.6)*Coefficient of Runoff*Mean Intensity of Precipitation GO
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Ryve’s formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Ryves Coefficient)^1/0.66 GO
Catchment Area when maximum Flood Discharge is known in Dickens Formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Dickens Constant)^1/0.75 GO
Catchment Area when Peak Discharge is given in Jarvis formula
Catchment Area=(Peak Discharge/Coefficient)^2 GO

1 Other formulas that calculate the same Output

Maximum Solids when Solid Loading Rate is Given
Maximum solids=Surface Area*Solid loading rate GO

Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier Formula

Maximum solids=(Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*mlss*8.34
S=(Q<sub>p</sub>+Q<sub>r</sub>)*X*8.34
More formulas
Peak Discharge in Circular Settling Tanks GO
Average Daily Load when Peak Discharge in Circular Settling Tanks is Given GO
Peaking Factor when Peak Discharge in Circular Settling Tanks is Given GO
Surface Area of Circular Settling Tank GO
Peak Discharge when Surface Area of Circular Settling Tank is Given GO
Design Surface Loading Rate when Surface Area of Circular Settling Tank is Given GO
Return Activated Sludge Flow Rate GO
Influent Flow Rate when Return Activated Sludge Flow Rate is Given GO
Peak Discharge when Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier is Given GO
Return Activated Sludge Flow Rate when Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier is Given GO
Mixed Liquor Suspended Solids in Aeration Tank when Maximum Solids is Given GO
Assumed Solid Loading Rate of Circular Settling Tanks GO
Maximum Solids when Solid Loading Rate is Given GO
Surface Area when Solid Loading Rate is Given GO
Actual Solid Loading Rate of Circular Settling Tanks GO
Solids Processed when Actual Solid Loading Rate is Given GO
Total Settling Tank Surface Area when Actual Solid Loading Rate is Given GO

What is clarifier ?

Clarifiers are settling tanks built with mechanical means for continuous removal of solids being deposited by sedimentation. A clarifier is generally used to remove solid particulates or suspended solids from liquid for clarification and/or thickening.

How to Calculate Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier?

Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier calculator uses Maximum solids=(Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*mlss*8.34 to calculate the Maximum solids, The Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier calculates the solids entering the clarifier when we know the value of return activated sludge , mlss and peak discharge. Maximum solids and is denoted by S symbol.

How to calculate Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier, enter Peak Discharge (Qp), Return activated sludge (Qr) and mlss (X) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier calculation can be explained with given input values -> 14411.52 = (10+10)*0.001*8.34.

FAQ

What is Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier?
The Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier calculates the solids entering the clarifier when we know the value of return activated sludge , mlss and peak discharge and is represented as S=(Qp+Qr)*X*8.34 or Maximum solids=(Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*mlss*8.34. Peak Discharge is the maximum volume flow rate passing a particular location during a storm event, Return activated sludge flow rate will vary with each installation and with different load factors and Mlss is the sum of volatile suspended solids (organics) and fixed suspended solids (inorganics).
How to calculate Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier?
The Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier calculates the solids entering the clarifier when we know the value of return activated sludge , mlss and peak discharge is calculated using Maximum solids=(Peak Discharge+Return activated sludge)*mlss*8.34. To calculate Maximum Solids Entering the Clarifier, you need Peak Discharge (Qp), Return activated sludge (Qr) and mlss (X). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Peak Discharge, Return activated sludge and mlss and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
How many ways are there to calculate Maximum solids?
In this formula, Maximum solids uses Peak Discharge, Return activated sludge and mlss. We can use 1 other way(s) to calculate the same, which is/are as follows -
  • Maximum solids=Surface Area*Solid loading rate
Share Image
Let Others Know
Facebook
Twitter
Reddit
LinkedIn
Email
WhatsApp
Copied!