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Journal of Hydraulic Engineering 127(6), 499–512. 9. Hariri, K. (2007a). Decreasing of unaccounted for water “UFW” by Geographic Information System “GIS” in Rasht Urban Water System. Technical and Art. J. Civil Engineering Organization of Gilan 38, 3‑7. 10. Hariri, K. (2007b). GIS and water hammer disaster at earthquake in Rasht water pipeline. 3rd International Conference on Integrated Natural Disaster Management (INDM). Tehran, Iran. 11. Hariri, K. (2007c). Interpenetration of two fluids at parallel between plates and turbulent moving in pipe.
Laboratory Model: A scale model have been built to reproduce transients observed in a prototype (real) system, typically for forensic or steam system investigations. This research Lab. model has recorded flow and pressure data. The model is calibrated using one set of data and, without changing parameter values. 2) • Laboratory Model Dateline: The model has been calibrated and final checked by water hammer Laboratory Models. • Sub-atmospheric leakage tests performed according to ASTM standards.
The water hammer phenomena investigation due to fluid condition was the main approach of this chapter. It formed by investigation of relation between: P-surge pressure (as a function or dependent variable with nomenclature “Y”) and several factors (as independent variables with nomenclature “X”) such as: ρ–density (kg/m³),C–velocity of surge wave (m/s), g–acceleration of gravity (m/s²), ΔV–changes in velocity of water (m/s), d–pipe diameter (m), T–pipe thickness (m), Ep–pipe module of elasticity (kg/m²), Ew–module of elasticity of water (kg/m²), C1–pipe support coefficient, T–Time (sec), Tp–pipe thickness (m) .
Advances in control and automation of water systems by Kaveh Hariri Asli; et al