It is evident, that so far from sewage mixed with twenty times its volume of water being oxidized during a flow of ten or twelve miles, scarcely two-thirds of it would be sO destroyed in a flow of 168 miles at the rate of one mile per hour, or after the... Water and Water Supply - Página 119por William Henry Corfield - 1890 - 144 páginasVista completa - Acerca de este libro
| 1870
...evident that, so far from sewage mixed with 20 times its volume of water being oxidised during a flowofio **or 12 miles, scarcely two-thirds of it would be so destroyed in a flow of 168 miles, at the rate of** i mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week. But even this result is arrived at by a series of assumptions... | |
| Registrar-general - 1870
...with 20 times its volume of water being oxidized during n flow of 10 or 12 miles, scarcely two thirds **of it would be so destroyed in a flow of 168 miles, at the rate of** 1 mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week. But even this result is arrived at by a series of assumptions,... | |
| 1870
...evident that so far from sewage mixed with 20 times its volume of water being oxidised during a flew **of 10 or 12 miles, scarcely two-thirds of it would be so destroyed** ia a flow of 168 miles, at the rate of I mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week. But even this... | |
| Chicago (Ill.) Dept. of Health - 1878
...from sewage mixed with twenty times its volume of water being oxidized during a flow of ten or twelve **miles, scarcely two-thirds of it would be so destroyed...of one mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week.** In fact, whether we examine the organic pollution of a river at different points of its flow, or the... | |
| 1871
...20), it is evident that, " so far from sewage mixed with 20 times its volume of water being oxidized **during a flow of 10 or 12 miles, scarcely two-thirds...so destroyed in a flow of 168 miles at the rate of** 1 mile per hour. Whether we examine the organic pollution at different points of its flow, or the rate... | |
| 1871
...20), it is evident that, "so far from sewage mixed with 20 times its volume of water being oxidized **during a flow of 10 or 12 miles, scarcely two-thirds of it would be** BO destroyed in a flow of 168 miles at the rate of 1 mile per hour. Whether we examine the organic... | |
| 1875
...from sewage mixed with twenty times its volume of water being oxidized during a flow of ten or twelve **miles, scarcely twothirds of it would be so destroyed...of one mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week.** In fact, whether we examine the iirgnnic pollution of a river at different points of its flow, or the... | |
| Grand Rapids (Mich.) Dept. of Public Service - 1875
...sewage mixed "with twenty times its volume of water being oxi" dized during a flow of ten or twelve **miles, scarcely " two-thirds of it would be so destroyed in a flow of** " one hundred and sixty-eight miles at the rate of "one mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week.... | |
| 1879
...miles, scarcely 'we* thirds of it would be »o destroyed iu a flow ¡Л one. hundred and sixty-eight, **at the rate of one mile per hour, or after the lapse of a week."** And, after mentioning certain details in support of this, the commissioners conclude with the remark... | |
| 1879
...its volume of water being oxydized during a flow of ten or twelve miles (as taught by Dr. Lethcby) **scarcely twothirds of it would be so destroyed in a flow of** one hundred and sixty-eight miles at the rate of one mile per hour or after the lapse of a week." But... | |
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