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Title: SANITATION ASPECT OF UNIVERSITY 'SWIMMING POOL
Authors: Jaiswal, Rupesh Kumar
Keywords: CIVIL ENGINEERING
SWIMMING POOL
SANITATION ASPECT
DIATOMITE FILTER
Issue Date: 1964
Abstract: The problem entitled "'Sanitation aspects of University Swimming Pool"was Undertaken to Assess the sanitary water quality its operational conditions and possible recommendations to improve the working# The quality of pool water was studied in eight runs each run lasting of about 10 days, extending over a period of four months from June 1963 to September 1963. The pool which is being fed. by the overhead reservoir at Govind Bhawan contains water meeting in all possible ways the permiss-ible objectives laid down by various authorities for bathing places. The quality gradually deteriorate because of increased bathing load till it become completely unsuitable within 10 days. From construction point of view the swIm±ng pool has got all requisites but for a suitable arrangement of bath block and foot baths. The disinfection overflow and algal control is not as expected in a good Swimming Pool, There is no recirculation practice and so water is cleaned by fill and draw system, A diatomite filter if provided near the rampart will solve this problem economically* A proper arrangement should also be made for continuous disinfection of water.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/1964
Other Identifiers: M.Tech
Appears in Collections:MASTERS' DISSERTATIONS (Civil Engg)

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