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Thus the residence time in the sewerage system has a large influence on the absorption of the peak flows. 10). As an illustration, the following table presents the calculated coefficients for different populations. 8, could induce an underestimated ratio Qmax /Qav for a wide population range. 11. 3 Infiltration flow Infiltration in a sewerage system occurs through defective pipes, connections, joints or manholes. The quantity of infiltrated water depends on various factors, such as the extension of the collection network, pipeline diameters, drainage area, soil type, water table depth, topography and population density (number of connections per unit area) (Metcalf & Eddy, 1991).

As an illustration, the following table presents the calculated coefficients for different populations. 8, could induce an underestimated ratio Qmax /Qav for a wide population range. 11. 3 Infiltration flow Infiltration in a sewerage system occurs through defective pipes, connections, joints or manholes. The quantity of infiltrated water depends on various factors, such as the extension of the collection network, pipeline diameters, drainage area, soil type, water table depth, topography and population density (number of connections per unit area) (Metcalf & Eddy, 1991).

Watering of gardens and parks). Other influencing factors in a separate sewerage system are: (a) clandestine sewage connections to the storm water system, (b) clandestine connections of storm water into the separate sewerage system and (c) infiltration. 3. The fraction of the supplied water that enters the sewerage system in the form of sewage is called Return Coefficient (R = sewage flow/water flow). 8) is usually adopted. 8. 9. d) R = sewage flow/water flow return coefficient It is important to notice that the water flow to be considered is the flow actually consumed, and not the flow produced by the water treatment works.

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