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Experimental and numerical studies on movement of air in water pipelines Experimental and numerical studies on movement of air in water pipelines
C. Lauchlan, M. Escarameia, C. Gahan, C. Dabrowski, 2004, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR661
This report is the second output on research into air problems in pipelines and follows a comprehensive literature review (Lauchlan et al, 2004).

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Air in pipelines - a literature review Air in pipelines - a literature review
C. S. Lauchlan, M. Escarameia, R. W. P. May, R. Burrows, 2005, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR649
This report is the first output of a research study commissioned by the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI), to be carried out between October 2003 and November 2005.

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Flow resistance of wastewater pumping mains: improved design through better data. Flow resistance of wastewater pumping mains: improved design through better data.
E. J. Forty, C. Lauchlan, R. W. P. May, 2004, HR Wallingford, DTI
Ref: SR641


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Design criteria for siphonic roof drainage systems Design criteria for siphonic roof drainage systems
R. W. P. May, 2004, HR Wallingford, DTI
Ref: SR654
Siphonic systems were originally developed in Finland and the first major installation in the UK was in 1985/6. The systems are now widely used for large shed-type buildings and also for buildings with unusual structures such as airport terminals and sports stadia. Several proprietary siphonic systems are now available, having different designs of roof outlet and individual computer design packages for sizing the pipework components.
To help identify best practice and provide specifiers with increased confidence about the characteristics and design procedures for siphonic systems, it was decided after consultation with the UK siphonics industry to prepare a draft guidance document that would be proposed for publication as a British Standard.

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Implications for site drainage Implications for site drainage
C. S. Lauchlan, M. Escarameia. R. B. B. Kellagher, 2003, HR Wallingford, DTI
Ref: SR632
Design of low water usage in domestic buildings

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Combined surface channel and pipe system Combined surface channel and pipe system
R.W. P. May, A. J. Todd, D. G. Boden, M. Escarameia, 2005, HR Wallingford, Highways Agency
Ref: SR624


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Manual for the design of roof drainage systems Manual for the design of roof drainage systems
R. W. P. May, 2003, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR620


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Sumpless gullies for highway drainage Sumpless gullies for highway drainage
M. Escarameia, A. J. Todd, R. W. P. May, A. Hird, 2003, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR604


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Hydraulic design of paved areas Hydraulic design of paved areas
M. Escarameia, Y. Gasowski, R. W. P. May, L. Bergamini, 2002, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR606


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Hydraulic capacity of drainage channels with lateral inflow Hydraulic capacity of drainage channels with lateral inflow
M. Escarameia, Y. Gasowski, R. W. P. May, A. Lo Cascio, 2001, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR581


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European test procedure for drainage separators European test procedure for drainage separators
E. J. Forty, 2001, HR Wallingford
Ref: SR578


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