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1. intRoDuCtion
1.1 Introduction to Grundfos
1.2 Introduction to fooding
1.3 Introduction to food control
2.1 Can we prevent fooding?
2.1.1 Flood management
2.1.2 The food risk cycle
2.2 The sources of fooding
2.3 Flood control solutions
2.3.1 Drain/rain water station
2.3.2 Network pumping station
2.3.3 Main pumping station
2.3.4 Stormwater tank with installations
2.3.5 Pump gate pumping station
2.3.6 Flood control pumping station
2.3.7 Grundfos Remote Management System
2.4.1 Water-borne illnesses and water contamination
2.4.2 Drainage pumps and service trucks
2.4.3 Filtering and disinfection
3.1 General considerations
3.1.1 Design sequence
3.2 Design conditions
3.2.1 Flow patterns and boundary geometry
3.2.2 Types of installation
3.2.3 Water fow (Q)
3.2.4 Head (H)
3.2.5 Net Positive Suction Head (NPSH)
3.2.6 Water velocity
3.2.7 Power supply and backup
3.2.8 Trash racks and screens
3.2.9 Handling sludge
3.3 Pump selection
3.3.1 Axial fow propeller pump or mixed fow pump?
3.3.2 Number of pumps
3.3.3 Pump selection/determine column diameter
3.3.4 Minimum submergence (S)
3.3.5 Turbulence Optimiser™
3.3.6 Sensors in the pumps
3.4 Dimensioning the pumping station
3.4.1 Terminology and conventions
3.4.2 Diferent station layouts
3.4.3 Pump bay design
3.4.4 Pumping station dimensions
3.5.1 Grundfos dedicated controls
3.5.3 Grundfos Remote Management (GRM)
3.5.4 Motor Protection (MP204)
3.5.5 Variable frequency drives (CUE)
3.5.6 Soft starters
3.6 Other considerations for the construction
3.6.1 Support beams and columns for the building
CfD anD moDel testing
4.1 Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD)
4.2 Model testing
5.1 Types of vortices
5.2 How to prevent vortices
5.2.2 Submerged vortices
5.2.3 Air-entraining vortices
5.3 Retroftting FSI, Formed Suction Intake
5.5 Reducing surface vortex by retroftting a bafe
5.4 Retroftting back-wall and foor splitters
6.1 Column pipe
6.3 Splitters
6.4 Cable entry
6.5 Cable support system
6.6 Monitoring unit
6.7 Formed Suction Intake (FSI)
Appendix 1: Head loss calculations
Appendix 2 - Grundfos products
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Design of Pumping stations

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Published by: Bhaskar Reddy on Feb 04, 2013
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