Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: http://hdl.handle.net/2440/41646
Type: Conference paper
Title: Hydraulic transients for diagnosis of inline valves in water transmission pipelines
Author: Misiunas, D.
Simpson, A.
Lambert, M.
Olsson, G.
Citation: CCWI 2005 : proceedings of the eighth International Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry, Exeter, UK / edited by Dragan Savic
Publisher: University of Exeter, Centre for Water Systems
Issue Date: 2005
ISBN: 095391402X
9780953914029
Conference Name: International Conference on Computing and Control for the Water Industry (8th : 2005 : Exeter, U.K.)
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Dalius Misiunas, Angus Simpson, Martin Lambert & Gustaf Olsson
Abstract: This paper presents a new non-intrusive methodology for testing the seal quality of inline stop valves. An inline stop valve is a common element of the water supply system, both in large diameter transmission pipelines and in distribution networks. A good quality valve seal is essential for executing an isolation procedure. The proposed technique uses an artificially generated hydraulic transient to test the valve seal. The valve resistance coefficient, the diameter of the orifice that is equivalent to the open area of the valve and the discharge rate through the valve are derived based on the reflection of the transient wave from the closed valve. The method provides a quick and inexpensive way of identifying inline stop valves that fail to seal and allows operators to rate their condition without internal access to the pipe. This technique may provide a useful diagnostic tool for planning the replacement of valvesBursts; detection;, monitoring; transient response; water hammer; inverse analysis
Keywords: Pipelines; valve testing; hydraulic transients; isolation
Rights: Copyright status unknown
RMID: 0020075538
Description (link): http://www.projects.ex.ac.uk/CCWI2005/Final%20detailed%20presentation%20schedule%20STK5a.pdf
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