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|Title:||A guide to the planning and hydraulic design of jet pump remedial sand bypassing systems|
|Authors:||Improvement of Operations and Maintenance Techniques Research Program (U.S.)|
Richardson, Thomas W.
McNair, Ernest C.
|Publisher:||Hydraulics Laboratory (U.S.)|
Engineer Research and Development Center (U.S.)
|Series/Report no.:||Instruction report (U.S. Army Engineer Waterways Experiment Station) ; HL-81-1.|
Abstract: This report is intended as an aid to engineers studying alternative solutions to a coastal sand bypassing problem. Using this report, engineers already familiar with coastal processes and centrifugal pumping systems will be able to: (A.) determine the feasibility of a jet pump remedial bypassing system at a given site, (B.) develop initial layouts for such a system, and (C.) perform the system basic hydraulic design. A set of considerations and guidelines relative to feasibility and intial layout are discussed in varying degrees of detail. Two step-by-step hydraulic design procedures are presented, one being an iterative type adaptable to computer solution, the other a graphical approach. Both procedures are keyed to a simple system with one jet pump and one booster pump. Additional considerations are given for systems using multiple jet and/or booster pumps. A companion report to be issued at a later date will describe techniques and equipment for building, operating, and monitoring a jet pump bypassing system. NOTE: This report contained 14 oversize plates that are not included with the scanned report. If you desire to see the plates, email the ERDC library at email@example.com to let us know you want to see them.
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