Civil Engineering - Water Supply Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Water Supply Engineering - Section 3 (Q.No. 21)
21.
In pumping stations, the type of joint generally used, is
socket and spigot joint
flanged joint
expansion joint
dresser coupling joint
flexible joint.
Answer: Option
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Haritha said:   3 years ago
Thanks @Heera.

Baswa said:   4 years ago
Thanks @Heera.

Khan said:   4 years ago
Thanks @Heera.
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Heera said:   5 years ago
Flexible joint : This joint is used at such places where settlement is likely to occur after laying of the pipe.
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Heera said:   5 years ago
Dresser coupling : The Dresser coupling consists of one cylindrical middle ring, two follower rings, two resilient gaskets made up of a special Dresser compound and a set of steel track head bolts. Without them, a flexible joint is not possible.
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Heera said:   5 years ago
Expansion joint : This joint is adopted at places where pipes expand or contracts due to variation in atmospheric temperature.
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Heera said:   5 years ago
Flanged joint : This joint is mostly used for temporary work.
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Heera said:   5 years ago
Socket and spigot joints : This type of joint is mainly used for cast iron pipes of all sizes and concrete pipes below 60 cm in diameter.
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