- WM 1 – Dimensional Analysis
This course will demonstrate the use of the mathematical tool called dimensional analysis for conversion among units of measurement. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to perform mathematical conversions in water problems successfully. …

Read more - WM 2 – Area Calculation
This course will present the basic calculation of area, examining rectangles, circles, triangles, and trapezoids. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to perform area calculations in water problems successfully. This course is intended …

Read more - WM 3 – Volume Calculation
This course will present the basic calculation of volume, examining rectangular prisms and cylinders, using the general formula of Volume = Area x Height. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to apply this …

Read more - WM 4 – Flow Rate Calculation
This course will present the basic calculation of flow rate, using the general formula of Flow Rate = Volume x Time. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to apply this formula to the …

Read more - WM 5 – Velocity Calculation, Friction, and Hydraulic Grade Lines
This course will present the basic calculation of velocity, using the general formula of Flow Rate = Velocity x Area. Velocity in pipelines and treatment processes will be examined, as well as the impact of velocity on friction, and the …

Read more - WM 6 – Chemical Feed Calculations: The Pounds Formula
This course will present the basic calculation of the “Pounds Formula,” using the general formula of Pounds/Day = mg/L x MGD x 8.34. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to apply this formula …

Read more - WM 7 – Chemical Feed Calculations: Chlorination
This course will show the application of the “Pounds Formula,” Pounds/Day = mg/L x MGD x 8.34, to the chlorination process. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to apply this formula to the …

Read more - WM 8 – Static Hydraulics: Density, Specific Gravity, and Pressure
This course will present the basic calculation for density, using the general formula of Density = Weight / Volume. Other topics will include the relationships between density and specific gravity, and between pressure and water elevation. Several example problems will …

Read more - WM 9 – CT Calculations
This course will present the CT Calculation defined by the Surface Water Treatment Rule, using the general formula of CT = Concentration x Time. Several example problems will be presented, so that the student will be able to understand the …

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