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Non-stable water flow in branching conduit network having water tower as a result of change of number of operating pums
Author : Barkhudaryan Arkadi , Lachinyan Vahram
The quantities of water supplied from water network to consumers are variable and depend on water consumption diagram. Water-supply systems are equipped with regulating tanks. For decreasing the required volume of the tank the number of operating feeding pumps during the day is changed. As a result a non-stable flow arises in the water supply system. In this article both transient processes taking place in the system and the changes of operating regimes of the pumps are discussed.
In the suggested method of the solution of the problem the possible change of flow direction in any segment of the pipeline is taken into account too. A method for establishing of primary conditions for the system of differential equations, describing the non-stable flow, is presented
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Chapter : IAHR World Congress Proceedings
Category : 32nd Congress - Venice (2007)
Article : THEME C: Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics
Date Published : 01/07/2007
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