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    water hammer solution

    hi every body
    in a project we have a raw water tank which water is pumped to different area from it. the tank is 10000m3 (t1)* 2 of pumps (one is duty and one stand by) sent water to another tank (t2) by about 5km pipeline and the height difference from start (t1) to destination(t2) area is about -400m. the posibility of water hammer is existed. could any body help me to choose best method for preventing water hammer? i know its method but there is no reference to help me choose best method.
    kind regards


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    i think you can consider about this:
    1. regulator
    2. larger pipe to preduce V
    3. Shorter branch pipe lengths
    4. Shorter lengths of straight pipe
    5. Pumping station bypass
    personally* i recommend 1 & 2( 2 should be choosen by app)

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    thank you for your kindness.
    can you introduce me references for guiding me for choosing method?
    and about software* is bently hammer a good choice?

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    Dear myth68*

    Pl. refer the following books:
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    [link Point to another website Only the registered members can access] 2. Book: Water Hammer Practical Solutions-download Link:

    [link Point to another website Only the registered members can access] 3. Book: Water Hammer in Pipeline systems-download Link:

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    thank you safetypartha
    i will study item 1 * and i hope it will be helpful
    about items 2&3 i studied them before but they just described methods and do not guide about where they are suitable.
    but thanks for your kindness.

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    Dear Myth68
    I think no matter which method you choose* you have to consider about how its convinient and cost. Bently Hammer just show out some figures* not refer to any method.
    I dont know how lenght your pipe system or which fluid flow in* there's no many informations* so i just advice you make a table to compare between methods: cost* technical* lenght* complicated* replaced able*.... then you can choose easily. Or we can disscuss more
    Best regard

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    Attached shipping technical articles of water hammer

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    dear Ohman
    pipe length is about 6 km and the fluid is process water.
    by the way thank you for your kindness for helpful discussion.

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    Hi friend!
    I think can help you!
    If you have a topographic design* please send me to analyze.
    If you terrain is a good design* maybe not have many problem to solve the problem.
    My email is davidbottassi@hotmail.com

    Regards!

    David

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