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The operation of a water supply network is conditioned by the particularities of the different elements which form this, At the ITA laboratory there are all the resources required for hydraulically characterising valves, pipelines and diverse accessories, as well as for determining the metrological characteristics of flow meters and small and medium gauge meters.
Person responsible for this line: Francisco Arregui de la Cruz
|Calculating the optimum level of apparent losses due to meter inaccuracies ©||4.67 MB|
|Potencial de un sistema de telegestión en red fija ©||3.25 MB|
|Las ventosas como sistema de protección en el arranque de bombas de pozo ©||327KB|
|Información adicional consultoría de contadores ©||1.52 MB|
|The use of air valves as protection devices in pressure hydraulic transients ©||476KB|
|Private water storage tanks. Evaluating their inefficiencies ©||260KB|
|Hydraulic transients generated by bursts in a great length pipeline and study of its protection system using air valves and automatic valves ©||326KB|