Civil Engineering - Water Supply Engineering - Discussion

Discussion Forum : Water Supply Engineering - Section 1 (Q.No. 1)
Surge tanks are used
for storage water
to increase the velocity in a pipeline
as overflow valves
to guard against water hammer.
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Santoshkapar111 said:   2 years ago
Surge tank mean?

Rahul Pandey said:   2 years ago
A Surge tank is a water storage device used as a pressure neutralizer in hydropower water conveyance systems in order to dampen excess pressure variance.

Janu said:   4 years ago
Head loss in bend is lesser than elbow. The time taken for bends is shorter than elbow for fluid to rise until 3L. This is because bends will allow fluid to make turn easily rather than elbows will restrict the fluid to move fast.

Jaleel said:   5 years ago
Whats the difference between water hammer, surge, seperation and hydraulic jump? Please give details.

S.r.bhattacharya said:   6 years ago
How many times surge pressure can be felt in respect to working pressure?

George nyirenda said:   7 years ago
What can you use to seal the plastic pipe connecting to the galvanised pipe?

Tarif Raihan said:   7 years ago
Is the head loss in elbow is lower than bend?

Ashwani Suthar said:   8 years ago
Water hammer is caused when water or any type of fluid is in motion is forced to stop or to change its direction then surges are induced and waves propagates in the pipes. For the purpose to reduce effect of water hammer surge tanks or surge drums are provided.

Rajii said:   8 years ago
A rectangular prism is nothing but cuboid. So volume= lxbxh = 10x6x5 = 300 cubic feet.

Babu said:   8 years ago
A rectangular prism is 10 ft long, 6 ft wide, and 5 ft high. What is its volume?

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