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### You are adding 6 lbs/day of chlorine gas to a flow of 277 gpm and your total chlorine residual is 1.5 mg/L. What is your chlorine demand in mg/L?

Click on the thumbnail below for a chart of pump station math for cylindrical tanks and have some fun!!!

Click on the thumbnail below for a chart of pump station math for rectangular tanks and have some fun!!!

Click on the thumbnail below for a chart of pipe math and have some fun!!! Match 1 The units for pressure are A Divided by 2 Head is expressed in B 2.31 3 Velocity is measured in C 0.434 psi 4 Units of flow D psi 5 Pressure times _______ = Head E fps 6 Head __________ 2.31 = Pressure F 1440 7 20 psi = G 694 gpm 8 1 MGD = H cfs 9 A head loss of 7 feet = I 3 psi J Times K ft L 46.2 ft M Subtracted by

The formula for the volume of a rectangular tank is

A.  (Length)(Width)

B.  (0.785)(Diameter2)

C.  (Length)(Width)(Height)

D.  (0.785)(Diameter2)(Height)

The formula for the volume of a cylindrical tank is

A.  (Length)(Width)

B.  (0.785)(Diameter2)

C.  (Length)(Width)(Height)

D.  (0.785)(Diameter2)(Height)

Given a tank measures 50 feet long, 25 feet wide, and 15 ft deep, calculate:

• Surface area in ft2
• Cross-sectional area in square feet
• Volume in cf
• Capacity in gallons

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