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- Tue May 30, 2017 10:43 am
- Forum: Medium Head Hydro
- Topic: EA/NRW compensation flow and OFGEM Interpretation
- Replies: 1
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I would like members thoughts on OFGEMs interpretation of a compensation turbine, where the turbine is sized to provide all of the downstream flow; essentially how much over the statutory compensation flow should the turbine be rated (and allowed) to flow? The point being of course, if the turbine f...
Experience in the wider water industry differs depending on waters. In West Wales upland reservoir sites are very prone to manganese/peaty deposits, which even at velocities of 2.5m/s tend to adhere to most surfaces. So yes, agree that in trying to maintain self cleansing you could be running at low...
The whole pipeline friction/velocity thing is an interesting dilemma - do you size for minimal friction at full flow, which risks dropout and sedimentation ,or size for self cleaning at higher flows which reduces head? It would be interesting to have your thoughts. What is reasonable pressure drop? ...