WRRCTMR No.79 In-Line Blending Investigation for Honolulu Water System

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1985-08
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Chang, John Y.C.
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Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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The turbulence normally encountered in water works transmission and distribution pipelines is sufficient to mix several sources of water so that the resultant blend is the weighted average of the different sources. Such in-line blending under the proper conditions can be advantageously utilized to blend water to achieve water quality objectives without any ad-hoc blending facilities. Some of the conditions are discussed and an operational in-line blending test in the Honolulu water system are described.
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raw water, determineralization, chlorides, reverse osmosis, salinity, pipelines, Reynolds number, municipal water, in-line blending, flow regime, Hawaii
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Chang JYC. 1985. In-line blending investigation for Honolulu water system. Honolulu (HI): Water Resources Research Center, University of Hawaii at Manoa. WRRC technical memorandum report, 79.
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vii + 15 pages
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