Powerful Tools Representing Depth and Velocity Sewer Flow Data
The scattergraph is a powerful tool that displays depth and velocity data from a sewer flow monitor. The resulting patterns form characteristic signatures that provide insight into the conditions within a sewer. The flow monitor data also leave distinct patterns that even allow the performance of the flow monitor itself to be evaluated.
The Scattergraph Poster
Scattergraph Posters Are Available To You
Click on the link below and download a high resolution Adobe Acrobat PDF. This file is suitable for printing at 24" x 36" poster size. Scattergraph posters are available in U.S. customary units only at this time.
Scattergraph Technical Papers
- A Comparison of Various Applications of the Manning Equation
- Camp's Varying Roughness Coefficient Applied to the Manning Equation
- Practical Application of the Froude Number to Flow Monitor Data
- Characterization of Sanitary Sewer and Combined Sewer Overflows
- Evaluating Self-Cleansing in Existing Sewers Using the Tractive Force Method
Publications on Scattergraphs and Related Wastewater Hydraulics
Akgiray, Omer (2004). "Simple Formulae for Velocity, Depth of Flow, and Slope Calculations in Partially Filled Circular Pipes," Environmental Engineering Science, Volume 21, Number 3, 371-385.
Butler, D. and Davies, J.W. (2000). Urban Drainage, E & FN Spon, London.
Butler, D. and Pinkerton, B.R.C. (1987). Gravity Flow Pipe Design Charts, Thomas Telford, London.
Chow, V.T. (1959). Open-Channel Hydraulics, McGraw-Hill, Boston, MA.
Enfinger, K.L. and Kimbrough, H.R. (2004). "Scattergraph Principles and Practice - A Comparison of Various Applications of the Manning Equation," Proceedings of the Pipeline Division Specialty Conference; San Diego, CA; American Society of Civil Engineers: Reston, VA.
Enfinger, K.L. and Schutzbach, J.S. (2005). "Scattergraph Principles and Practice - Camp's Varying Roughness Coefficient Applied to Regressive Methods," Proceedings of the Pipeline Division Specialty Conference; Houston, TX; American Society of Civil Engineers: Reston, VA.
Hager, W.H. (1999). Wastewater Hydraulics, Springer, Berlin.
Lanfear, K.J. and Coll, J.J. (March 1978). "Modifying Manning's Equation for Flow Rate Estimates," Water and Sewage Works, 68-69.
Metcalf & Eddy (1981). Wastewater Engineering: Collection and Pumping of Wastewater, McGraw-Hill, New York, NY.
Stevens, P.L. (2001). "Peeling the Onion of Meter Accuracy - Two Steps to Evaluating Flow Meter Data," Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference, Atlanta, GA. Water Environment Federation: Alexandria, VA.
Stevens, P.L. and Sands, H.M. (1995). "SSOs Leave Telltale Signs in Deph-Velocity Scattergraphs," Seminar Publication - National Conference on Sanitary Sewer Overflows, United States Environmental Protection Agency, EPA/625/R-96/007; Washington, D.C.
Stevens, P.L. and Schutzbach, J.S. (1998). "New Diagnostic Tools Improve the Accuracy of the Manning Equation," Proceedings of the Water Environment Federation Technical Exhibition and Conference, Orlando, FL. Water Environment Federation: Alexandria, VA.
Tufte, E.R. (2001). The Visual Display of Quantitative Information, Second Edition, Graphics Press LLC, Cheshire, CT.
Water Research Centre (1987). A Guide to Short Term Flow Surveys of Sewer Systems, WRc Engineering, Wiltshire, England.