influent stream

influent stream

[′in‚flü·ənt ′strēm]
(hydrology)
A stream that contributes water to the zone of saturation of groundwater and develops bank storage. Also known as losing stream.
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The concentrate stream, or brine, will contain the large majority of the salts from the influent stream as well as about 15 percent of the influent water.
Local electricians will connect the MWTS to a dedicated power supply, and local plumbers will connect the influent stream with the Wenning de-watering device, install the inter-container flexible hose with quick disconnect couplings to our DAF and Filter containers, and then connect the treated effluent stream back to the bio-digester mixing tank where our closed loop system will be terminated.
i](t): excess hydrogen ion concentration in the influent stream (mol/L)
Without replacement of the media, the biofilter will not operate correctly, would introduce untreated gasses/odors from the WWTP influent stream into the atmosphere and increase potential of nearby residential odor complaints.
The high biomass concentration facilitated by the MBR yields unusually high destruction efficiencies, even for recalcitrant compounds, and is tolerant of changing influent streams resulting from batch processing operations.