Dry weather flows are typically about 120 cfs, with wet weather flows over 400 cfs at the downstream terminus.
What does DWF stand for?
DWF stands for Dry Weather Flow (hydrology)
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Toxicity of dry weather flow from the Santa Monica Bay Watershed.
The ability to compare pipe wall deterioration over the years will be extremely valuable when estimating the remaining useful life of our assets," he explained Thornhill said one interesting aspect of the project was that early inspection data identified many pipe sections where the dry weather flow significantly differed from the dry weather flow predicted by the model.