On Lake Eola, stormwater runoff has been identified as a major source of pollution. Other lakes in Central Florida are experiencing similar decay due to stormwater runoff. A device has been examined for diversion of the initial flows to treatment before discharge into the lake. A graphical aid was developed to select the proper volume required for the device and was applied to a Lake Eola existing collection basin. A laboratory model was designed and constructed based on the scaled-down version of a collecting basin on Lake Eola. This model was used to demonstrate the concept, as well as, indicate the effects of several critical design variables. Recommendations on design for a Lake Eola device were made for possible improvements in the system itself.
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Wanielista, Martin P.
Master of Science (M.S.)
College of Engineering
Environmental Systems Management
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Masters Thesis (Open Access)
Water -- Pollution
Stalker, Richard Duke, "A Stormwater Overflow Control Device" (1973). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 76.
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Wanielista, Martin P. [VIAF]