Examples of Dilution Ratio in a sentence
Dilution Ratio is the critical low flow of the upstream receiving water divided by the flow of the effluent discharged.
Yes 4 2 Section 2: Water Quality BenefitsThis section assigns points to projects providing an environmental benefit to a receiving stream.Total Points Earned Dilution Ratio Points (DRP): (7-day Q10 of receiving stream in cfs / (design flow in mgd) x (1.55 cfs/mgd)).
The definitions of "Dilution Horizon" and "Dilution Ratio" are amended by replacing "Dilution Adjustment" in each place where it appears with "Variable Dilution Adjustment".
Dilution Ratio Points (DRP): (7-day Q10 of receiving stream in cfs / (design flow in mgd) x (1.55 cfs/mgd)).
By way of example, the "ADR" referred to in the definition of Dilution Reserve Ratio shall be calculated for purposes of periods prior to the Closing Date even though the definition of Dilution Ratio refers to a calculation in a Monthly Report.