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Imitation of the Hydraulic Devices Operations within the Complex Pipe Systems
Author : Tarasevich Vladimir V., Lee Anastasia K. and Moroz Andrey A.
The original approach named ?mathematical test bend? is considered for the modeling the operations of various hydraulic devices (such as valves, regulators, etc.) being included in the complex pipe systems. This approach allows consider the unsteady process in the hydraulic device independently from the rest part of system if interpret the waves of disturbances in the system as the signals. Concept of Ri emann invariants is used for this. The pressure sewage collector was considered as example of pipe system. The influence of the inertia of moving parts and friction on the transients? parameters in the pipe system was estimated for the non-return valve using above-mentioned technique.
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Chapter : IAHR World Congress Proceedings
Category : 35th IAHR Congress - Chengdu (2013)
Date Published : 18/07/2016
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