L/S

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AcronymDefinition
L/SLumbar Spine (anatomy)
L/SLump Sum
L/SLoudspeaker
L/SLecithin/Sphingomyelin (fetal lung surfectants)
L/SLitres per Second (air conditioning)
L/SLongsleeved
L/SLong/Short Equity (investment strategy)
L/SLow Sulfur (diesel fuel designation)
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The Norera Dam would release a minimum environmental flow of 100 litres per second, only a third of the Mara River minimum environmental flow of 300 litres recommended by the Lake Victoria Basin Commission of the East African Community,' they argue.
ACCIONA Agua will build a waste water treatment plant capable of processing 400 litres per second, potentially catering for a population of up to 197,000 (estimated for 2038, the project design horizon).
Ultimately, the engineers relied on WaterGEMS' optioneering capabilities to calculate optimum scenarios and suggested an increase in carrier pipe diameters so the pump station capacity could evolve from 30 litres per second to 200 litres per second.
85m high, weighs 5,300kg and has the capacity to pump 500 litres per second at 66.
Under the contract, more than 18,000 cu m of storage capacity has been created in seven underground tanks with discharge to the sewer network controlled at 270 litres per second by a Hydro-Brake Optimum vortex flow control, said the statement.
Experts later worked out it was travelling at 21mph and a rate of 1,500 litres per second.
A Chilean company currently has concessions, from the Southern Patagonian Ice Field, exceeding 8,000 litres per second and is expecting permission to collect more of the ice melt water.
8220;I always really enjoyed North Head and working on the largest pumps: 1000 litres per second,” grins Mr Richardson.
When IWS installed water wells on the north side of Bethel Road and completed a pump test on three of the county-owned wells, results showed the average annual yield of the three wells was 30 litres per second peaking to 40 litres per second.
Heavy rainfall last week meant the River Taff was raging at more than 200 cubic square litres per second on Friday.
An EA spokesman said: "Two pumps are in use capable of pumping up to a total of 250 litres per second to the sewer.
Shah gives the analogy of a pipeline in terms of future expansions - "if the capacity of the pipeline is 10 litres per second and you are only pushing through two litres per second, you are not using the pipeline.