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Post on Dec 40 views. Previously under the title: No part of thisStandardmaybereproducedinanyform-byphotocopy,microfilmoranyother process – or transferred into a language usable in machines, in particular data processing machines, without the written approval of the publisher.

Thequestionsrelatingtotherecalculationofexistingsewer networks performanceverification ,inparticular,madeitnecessarytoexpandthe theoretical part of the draft of the new version to a greater extent than is customary in a standard, which is not meant to be a manual. Consequently,theWorkingGroupfirstdevisedacomprehensivedraft-theOctober version – which contained more information, explanations and source material than wasnecessaryforthisStandard.

Thefinalprintisanabbreviatedversionwhichis essentially limited to describing the procedure in individual practical cases and no longer contains any explanatory information or justifications.

FlietiefenundDurchflssefrgegliederteQuerschnitte[Flowdepthsand throughflows for structured cross-sections].


AbfuberechnunginAbwasserkanlenunterBercksichtigungseitlicher Zuflsse [Flow calculation in sewers taking into account lateral inflows]. Preamble to the present Edition Duetosuggestionsreceived,amendmentsandcorrectionswhichhavebecome necessaryandduetohavingtotakeintoaccounttheEuropeanStandardDINEN Drain and sewer systems outside buildings, Arbwitsblatt 4 Hydraulic design and environmental considerations,ithasbecomenecessarytorevisetheAugusteditionofATVA Fortunately the following arbeitsblaatt available for this: Important amendments in comparison with the August edition are: Withthecalculationofsurfacecurvestheuninterruptedtransferfrompartialfillingvia completefillingtopressuredischarge impounding alsotakingintoaccountthe impounding of shafts, is possible.

Simplified mathematical models require model-specific approaches, which would lie outside the scope of ATV Standard A ForreasonsofeasierreadingandcomparabilitywiththeAugusteditionofATV-A ,theuseofnew[German]spellingrulesintroducedinsomeFederalGerman States has been dispensed with. Engel, Berlin arbeitsbaltt Dipl.

Schweinebraten, Kassel from Prof. Unger, Lich Prof Dr. Wengler, Rheinfelden from Dipl. Forthis, accordingtoprecedents,thereexistsanactualpresumptionthatitistextuallyand technically correct and also generally recognised. However,anobligationforapplicationcan arise from legal or administrative regulations, a contract or other legal reason. Withitsapplicationnooneavoidsresponsibilityforhisownactionorforthe correctapplicationinspecificcases;thisappliesinparticularforthecorrecthandlingof the margins described in the Standard.

Furthermore,theeverincreasinglyimportant subsequentcalculationsofexistingnetworks,withoutapplicationofthebases,would contain considerable uncertainties. This second revision builds further on this. A summary of the rules due to European standardisation and their adoption through DIN ENservesforcurrentorientation.

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Alldetailsrefertoparametersinthe direction of flow. Underthegivenprerequisitesandignoringfurthertermsofthecompletedifferential equationthereresultgraduallysimplifiedcalculationstatements,whichareputtogether in Table 2 with their associated designations.

The equations in Line 0 describe in detail the discharge process in sewers and drains in a generally valid form. Line 1 applies for transport pipelines without lateral in- or outflows along the calculated stretch. Neglecting the elementsxvgvandtvg1errors occur which can have the opposite tendency. FortransportpipelinestheapplicationoftheequationsinLine 4 shouldtherefore definitely be given preference over the calculation methods according to Line 2 or Line 3.

Amoreextensiveassessmentofthecorrectnessofthevarioussimplified assumptions has to date not been possible, instead one is reliant on control calculations in individual cases. Thenecessarynumericalassumptions incrementsx,t;theirratio;convergence criteria are to be observed for solutions based on the complete statements in Lines 0 or 1. SimplificationaccordingtoLine 7 isappliedforthecalculationofpartialfilling conditions see Sect. Neverthelesstheuseofthisrelationship,representsausefulestimationon whoseaccuracynoexaggerateddemandsshouldbeplacedandwhoselimitsare redefined in this standard.


Inthecaseofsteady-state,uniformdischarge Line7ofTable2 ,theso-callednormal discharge, the gradient of the energy curve JE is equal to the sole gradient Jso. This can, in general, be formed with the projection length of the pipeline. On the other hand, with steep stretches, the actual pipeline length is to be applied.

In this the following apply assuming one-dimensional streamtube theory: Q, h, v with time t x the variability of a flow valuee. Itisgenerally designated as the Prandtl-Colebrook equation. Here the following apply: A detail of the part of this diagram interesting for the most frequent cases in practice is contained in Appendix A5. TheapplicationoftherelationshipsaccordingtoEqns8,9and10ispermittedforboth circular cross-sections and non-circular cross-sections and that is for closed profiles and also open channels.

Even in the case of cross-sections, which are far from circular, the takingintoaccountofaformcoefficientfisdispensedwithforthecorrectionofthe hydraulic radius rhy 4. Moody diagram for completely filled circular pipes Table 3: Kinematic viscosity for various temperatures values for pure water T[C] sm2 1. Information concerning the surface run-off e. With the dimensioning of sewers and drains, for reasons of correct operation, attention is to be paid to the observance of critical values for flow velocities.

Flat stretches see Sect. Therecommended procedure is dealt with in detail in Sects. Vwhereby this should not be exploited to the full. This gives global consideration to the following: Procedurefor dimensioning is presented in Sect.

In the case of steady-state, uniform discharge in pipes filled to the top, Eqns. Inallcases-circularprofileaswellasnon-circularprofile- DINSect. For steady-state, uniform discharge normal discharge the energy gradient andwatersurfaceprofilerunparalleltothesole Fig. Withpartialfillingcurvesthe partial filling values are referred to complete filling.

Watersurfaceprofilecalculationsareabsolutelyessentialwithnon-uniformdischarge see also Sect. Inthiscasetheaveragecleardiameterundercutsthe characteristic value of the nominal width by ca.

Normal discharge with partially filled sewers The partial filling curves – see also 7 8 9 – the following applies for flow velocities Die Rauhigkeitsverhltnisse im teilgefllten Rohr [Roughness conditions in the partially filled pipe]. AbfluinEntwsserungsleitungenunterbesondererBercksichtigungderFlievorgngeinteilgeflltenRohren [Discharge in drainage pipelines under special consideration of flow procedures in partially filled pipes].

Investigations have shown arbeitsblstt the unrestricted application of Eqns.

ThetheoreticalinvestigationsbyTiedt8 haveconfirmedthepracticalexperimentsby Sauerbrey9 insofar as the influence of air friction on the discharge behaviour of partially filled,closedcross-sectionscanbeneglected.

Thepartialfillingcurvesthushavea reverse bending part with a discharge maximum with partial filling, to which the greatest possible stable normal depth of water is to be assigned.

Due to the problems of aeration or air entrainment in sewer pipelines, combined with the resultantriskofthesurchargingofthepipelines,thepartialfillingcurvesfordischarges are terminated at 0. Profileswithsimilarhydraulicbehaviourcanbegroupedtogetherforthepractical calculationof the partial filling values for this see atvv Appendix A2. For profiles with flat roofs this also takes place at 10 to 20 cm below the crown. Oval profile witha full filling and b partial filling Fig.

The calculation for partial filling is in accordance with Sect. Nevertheless,itshouldbenotedthat,inthecaseofthecalculationof watersurfaceprofiles,theconditionsinpartiallyfilled,closedprofilescorrespondwith those, which are dealt with here for open channels. In this respect the statements of this section are also valid for general solutions for sewers and drains in the operational state of partial filling.

Under normal conditions of operating open, natural channels the Reynolds No. Therefore it is possible in this case also to apply other relationships for the determination of the energy gradient. As an alternative to the treatment according to Prandt-Colebrook the relationships according to Manning-Strickler can be recommended here.


Under this term are gathered those discharge processes with which, intheflowdirectionx,noneoftheflowparametersinvolvedchangesorwithwhichthe assumptionofthisidealisedflowconditionisnecessaryforreasonsofconvenience estimation, analytical simplification.

Under these circumstances the friction gradient JF, theenergygradientJE,thewaterprofilegradientJWandthesolegradientJSoare, mathematically, equal to each other: If Q, JSo, d, kb and v are specified in Eqn.

Places at which the critical depth appears mark a decoupling of parts of the wastewater network, which is to be noted when dealing with the subject mathematically.

The initial waterdepthhi,tobeaccountedforasadditiveconstant,iseitherspecified e. Withthiswaterdepthsand discharges are to be determined only with involvement of the energy curve. A calculation of normal flow over the sole gradient is excluded.

Withcross-sectionalshapeswithdiscontinuousincreaseofthewettedperimeterand with only small change to the water depth as, for example, with profiles with dry weather channel and double-sided benching the different flow velocities cannot be ignored. Intheregionofsmallerflowdepthsoverthelateralbenching hBHCH thefollowing simplifiedapproximationprocedureisrecommendedforthecalculationofthehydraulic efficiency and the associated characteristic values of the flow conditions: Inthis case the delineation can be by imaginary, perpendicular interfaces.

Forthe calculation ofwith hB HCh, the following applies as approximation: Withknowngeometry,specifieddischargeandprogressoftheenergygradient,the respectivewaterlevelpositioncanbedeterminedonlybyiteration seeAppendixA3whereby in the case of structured cross-sections it is additionally complicated in that the relevantvelocityheadandthekineticenergycomponentcanbegivenonlywithknown discharge distribution.

Dependingonthe selection of resistance law or flow formula you obtain the following conditional equations: Designations in the structured flow cross-sections Calculation in accordance with Prandtl-Manning, Eqn.

Theprocedureforthecalculationrangeare described in 4. This degree of roughness is to be determined beforehand, as a rule on the basis of experimental data, if required, however, also through an appropriate estimation or determination on the basis of operational experience.

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The same applies for theroughnesscoefficientsofeachtypeofflowformulathus,forexample,alsoforthe coefficient kSt of the Manning-Strickler flow formula, whose arithmetic value corresponds withthedegreeofroughnesskofthePrandtl-Colebrookresistancelaw seeAppendix A7.

Thespecialcasesofdeviatingtypesofroughness sandroughness,ripple roughness are dealt with in Appendix A6. Ifthe channel sides display technical roughness as assumed based on the Prandtl-Colebrook resistance law, then a sufficiently constant k value is to be expected independent of the experimental data used.

If the loss coefficients of all disturbance sources located in the area of achannelreachlareknown,andifisusedtorepresenttheresistancecoefficient resultingfromnaturalroughnessandbthatresultingfromoperationalroughness,the following definition equation applies: Thisincreaseddegreeofroughnessproduces mathematically the same total falls in energy as if one had applied continuous and local energy falls separately and then combined these.

This operational degree of roughness kbisnotdependentaloneontheactualwallfrictionkandtheincorporatedindividual resistancesbut additionally on rhy,l as well as normally on the Reynolds Number Re. Global determination for kb must take this situation into account. Underthesepreconditionsitispossibleandpermitted,fordimensioning,forcertain combinations of types of loss to function with a global value kb for operational roughness.