Analysis and Design of Sewage Treatment Plant: A Case Study Atnagore

  • Elangovan G Assistant Professor & HOD, Department of Civil Engineering, University College of Engineering Thirukkuvalai, Nagapattinam,Pincode-610204, Tamil Nadu, India.
  • Rajanandhini V.M Assistant Professor, Department of Civil Engineering, University College of Engineering Thirukkuvalai, Nagapattinam,Pincode-610204, Tamil Nadu, India.
Keywords: Design Approach, Sewage Treatment Plant, Sludge

Abstract

The main objective of this study is to carry out to design of a sewage treatment plant for a Nagore and Nagore district, because it has been one of the developing pilgrimage places. Due to steady increase of increasing population, there will be more generation of domestic and municipal sewage. Sewage produces obnoxious smell which causes disease to all creatures. To avoid this problem, proper treatments is necessary before disposal to land by not throwing sewage directly to natural resources and reuse the treated water that ultimately reduces the overall demand of fresh water. Its objective is to produce an environmental safe fluid waste and solid waste suitable for disposal or reuse. In one day the total sewage generated was estimated 5 MLD considering the projected population of Nagore town for the next 30 years? Consequently this paper focuses on the sewage generation in the Nagore area based on the population and sewage treatment plant is designed accordingly. It is proposed to design the various components of sewage treatment plant considering the various standards and permissible limits of treated sewage water. The various components of sewage treatment plant are screening, grit chamber, primary sedimentation tank, biological reactor, secondary clarifier, activated sludge tank and drying beds.

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Published
2019-11-03
How to Cite
G, E., & V.M, R. (2019). Analysis and Design of Sewage Treatment Plant: A Case Study Atnagore. International Research Journal of Multidisciplinary Technovation, 1(6), 543-552. Retrieved from https://mapletreejournals.com/index.php/irjmt/article/view/333