BRAE312 Lab 5 HGL 2010 - bryce

BRAE312 Lab 5 HGL 2010 - bryce - BRAE 312 - Lab 5 HGL Part...

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BRAE 312 - Lab 5 HGL Part I. HGL Exercise - Pump to Buffer Reservoir at WDF Elevations: Elevation of the top of the pump pad = 100' Elevation of the top of the wall of the buffer reservoir = 117.68' Other vertical distance: Pond water level to the top of the pump pad = ____________ft. Height of schrader valves above the pump pad Before check valve = ____________ft. After check valve = ____________ft. Before butterfly valve = ____________ft. After butterfly valve = ____________ft. Instructions so that there is a pressure loss (5-15 psi) across it when Pump #1 is on. Once it is adjusted, leave it in that position. - Upstream of the check valve - Downstream of the check valve - Downstream of the 18in butterfly valve - Upstream of the 18in butterfly valve - Also, measure the distance from the top of the buffer reservoir wall to the water level in the buffer reservoir. To do: of (Pump #1) plus (Pump #2) when tested separately? Why or why not? 3. Explain the changes in the slope of the HGL between each of the points. Basic data : 1. Turn on Pumps #1 and #2 until water begins to spill over the buffer reservoir spillway. 2. Turn off Pump #2, so that only Pump #1 is on. 3. The large (18") butterfly valve just before the pipe goes into the ground should be throttled (partly closed) 4. Collect the pressures at the following locations: 5. Determine the flow rate using the propeller meter. 6.
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