Fluid Transients in Pipeline Systems

Fluid Transients in Pipeline Systems

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This second edition of a well established and highly regarded text has been comprehensively refined and updated, based on the author?s experience and feedback from using the original edition during the years since its first publication in the early 1990?s. The book is split into three parts: Part 1 introduces the physical concepts of the subject and describes various methods for transient control and suppression. Part 2 is for the more experienced user and describes how to approach the task of assessing to what extent systems might be at risk. It uses eight representative systems and goes on to describe a range of accidents and incidents arising from unexpected causes. Part 3 provides a database to use in the assessment of pipe systems and the design of protective strategiesFast-acting solenoid valves can be a source of high transient pressures, and it may be appropriate to locate an accumulator in their vicinity. ... (1977), Pickford ( 1969) and Rich (1963)], and has been a focus of Technical Sessions at many pressure surge conferences. ... The move away from the simpler shapes has been the result of trying to deal with two problems associated with surge shaft design: theanbsp;...

Title:Fluid Transients in Pipeline Systems
Author: A. R. D. Thorley
Publisher:Wiley-Blackwell - 2004

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