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Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

Ministry of Higher Education

Majmaah University
College of Engineering
Civil Engineering Department

Exam Information
Second Midterm Exam
Course code: CE 362 Course Title: Water Supply and
Sewage Engineering
Instructor: Zia ur Rehman
Section number: 571 Exam date: 04/12/2014
Exam time: From: 11:00 a m To: 12:30 pm
Number of pages: 6 Total score: 20 points

Student’s Information
Name: ID:

Exam Instructions:
 Read the questions carefully and several times. Writing clearly will make it possible to
 Any form of cheating, intention to cheating, or disruption of the exam will subject you to
a disciplinary action as specified by the university’s regulations.
 Carrying or using the mobile phone during the exam is not allowed. Using the phone
during the exam will carry a disciplinary action.
 The calculator is only permitted by the exam supervisor.
 No student can leave the exam room during the first half hour of the exam. Any student
coming after the first half hour of the exam will not be permitted to enter the exam.
 A student leaving the exam, even for legitimate reasons, may not be given a makeup
exam.
Points Earned:
Question Score Question Score
1 (4) 3 (4)
2 (4) 4 (4)
5 (4)

Total score of the exam:

Dear student, we encourage you to answer the exam the best you can and we wish you all
success.

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Question 1: Enlist the number of materials used for sewer construction and explain the

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Question 2: Determine designed discharge for a separate and combined system serving
population density 500 person/hectare with rate of water supply of 135 LPCD. The catchment
area is 100 hectares and the average coefficient of runoff is 0.65. The time of concentration for
the design rainfall is 25 min and the relation between intensity of rainfall and duration is
I = 1000/ (t + 20) mm/hr.

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Question 3: Calculate quantity of water supplied from the water works in LPCD if the Net
quantity of sewage is 8x106 liter per day (LPD) under following conditions:
 City population is 48000 population
 1.5x106 liter per day addition due to unaccounted private water supplies.
 8% of municipal water supply Addition due to infiltration
 5% of municipal water supply water losses
 15% of municipal water supply not entering in the sewerage system

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