DWF

(redirected from Dry Weather Flow)
AcronymDefinition
DWFDesign Web Format
DWFDwarf
DWFDivided We Fail (AARP campaign)
DWFDigital Wedding Forum
DWFDry Weather Flow (hydrology)
DWFDrawing File
DWFDrawing Web Format
DWFDomain Wall Fermion (physics)
DWFDevelopment Workshop France (various locations)
DWFDavies Wallis Foyster (law firm; UK)
DWFDivorced White Female
DWFDeath Will Follow (band)
DWFDepartment of Wildlife & Fisheries
DWFDistant Water Fleet (fisheries)
DWFDelta Waterfowl Foundation (US and Canada)
DWFDavid Wright Foundation (various locations)
DWFDrop/Withdraw/Fail (various schools)
DWFDense Wiring Fabric
DWFDigital Watch Forum
DWFDayton Wright AFB United States
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Tuas WRP is to be located in the west of Singapore and will have the capacity to treat an average dry weather flow of 650 Mega-litres/day of domestic and 150 MLD of non-domestic used water collected in distinct deep tunnels and conveyed by gravity to the mega treatment facility.
Among the unusual challenges posed by the project is the sewer's significant average dry weather flow of 50 million gallons a day.
RUN-OF-THE-RIVER Hydroelectricity is ideal for streams or rivers with a minimum dry weather flow or those regulated by a much larger dam and reservoir upstream.
Toxicity of dry weather flow from the Santa Monica Bay Watershed.
Two existing combined sewer regulators that divert dry weather flow to the interceptor sewer and the associated piping were relocated beyond the roadway pavement limit; this was necessary to avoid traffic interruption during regulator maintenance operations.
The innovative Moonlight State Beach Urban Runoff Dry Weather Flow Treatment Facility in Encinitas, California, opened September 20 with a ribbon cutting ceremony and dedication.
Thornhill said one interesting aspect of the project was that early inspection data identified many pipe sections where the dry weather flow significantly differed from the dry weather flow predicted by the model.
The plan is ranked according to areas that fail to meet 1) existing 2000 wet weather flow conditions; 2) predicted 2010 dry weather flow conditions; and 3) predicted 2010 wet weather flow conditions.
The studies will include preparation of an up-to-date automated mapping system, characterization of the city's CSO discharges and dry weather flow, and assessment of user charges billed to the city by the Passaic Valley Sewerage Commission (PVSC).