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Based on the author's extensive expertise and experience as an engineer of hydromechanical projects, this book describes the principal aspects of the design, manufacture, installation and operation of hydraulic gates. Specific topics are analysed in depth, such as the selection of the gate type, the limits of their use, estimating their weight, operative forces, hoisting systems, design of structure and support elements, seals and hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces.


Características

  • ISBN: 978-0-415-65939-0
  • Páginas: 442
  • Tamaño: 17x24
  • Edición:
  • Idioma: Inglés
  • Año: 2014

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Contenido Design of Hydraulic Gates

Based on the author's extensive expertise and experience as an engineer of hydromechanical projects, this book describes the principal aspects of the design, manufacture, installation and operation of hydraulic gates. Specific topics are analysed in depth, such as the selection of the gate type, the limits of their use, estimating their weight, operative forces, hoisting systems, design of structure and support elements, seals and hydrostatic and hydrodynamic forces. The use of technological advances such as inflatable gates and fusegates is discussed, and this wholly revised and expanded 2nd edition now features new chapters on intake gates and intake trashracks. The book can be used as a textbook and manual for the design of gates. It features a number of worked examples, drawings and about 300 photographs to illustrate the concepts and methods involved, and covers several different types of gate and their support elements for a variety of applications.

1 Introduction


1.1 History and Development

1.2 Gate Components

1.3 Main Applications

1.4 Types and Classifications

2 Types of Gates

2.1 Flap Gate

2.2 Cylinder Gate

2.3 Stoplogs

2.4 Slide Gate

2.5 Caterpillar Gate

2.6 Miter Gate

2.7 Roller Gate

2.8 Segment Gate

2.9 Sector Gate

2.10 Stoney Gate

2.11 Drum Gate

2.12 Bear-Trap Gate

2.13 Fixed-Wheel Gate

2.14 Visor Gate

3 Basis for Selection of Gate Type

3.1 Introduction

3.2 Most Common Types

3.3 Operational Requirements

3.4 Present Limits of Gate Sizes and Heads

4 Hydrostatistics

4.1 Introduction

4.2 Vertical Lift Gates

4.3 Radial Gates

5 Structural Design


5.1 Load Cases

5.2 Allowable Stresses

5.3 Skin Plate

5.4 Horizontal Beams

5.5 Segment Gate

5.6 Silt Pressure on Gates

5.7 Gate Seismic Load

6 Embedded Parts, Guides and Supports


6.1 Slots and Niches

6.2 Wheel Track

6.3 Slide Track

6.4 Concrete Bearing Pressure

6.5 Lateral Guidance

6.6 Wheels and Pins

6.7 Gate Hinges and Bearings

7 Estimating Gate Weights

7.1 Introduction

7.2 Segment Gates

7.3 Fixed-Wheel Gates

7.4 Double-Leaf Fixed-Wheel Gates

7.5 Stoplogs

7.6 Flap Gates

7.7 Caterpillar Gates

7.8 Embedded Parts

8 Hydrodynamic Forces

8.1 Introduction

8.2 Model Tests

8.3 Factors Influencing Downpull

8.4 Formulae for the Prediction of Downpull

8.5 Method of Knapp

9 Gate Operating Forces


9.1 Introduction

9.2 Gate Weight

9.3 Friction on Supports and Hinges

9.4 Seal Deflection

9.5 Seal Friction

10 Aeration


10.1 Introduction

10.2 Air Vent – Functions and Features

10.3 Air Vents – Empirical Calculation

10.4 Air-Demand Ratio

10.5 Air Vent Dimensioning

11 Gate Hoists

11.1 Introduction

11.2 Screw Lifts

11.3 Wire Ropes

11.4 Roller Chains

11.5 Oil Hydraulic Drives

11.6 Gate Hoist Arrangement

11.7 Hand Operation

11.8 Design Criteria

11.9 Gate Position Measurement

12 Materials


12.1 Introduction

12.2 Heat Treatment

12.3 Rolled Steels

12.4 Steels for Machine Elements

12.5 Stainless Steels

12.6 Cast Steels

12.7 Forged Steels

12.8 Gray Cast Irons

12.9 Bronzes

12.10 Bolts

13 Gate Seals

13.1 Introduction

13.2 Wood Seals

13.3 Metallic Seals

13.4 Rubber Seals

13.5 Material for Rubber Seals

13.6 Clad Seals

13.7 Rubber Seal Hardness

13.8 Rubber Specifications

13.9 Seal Leakage

13.10 Manufacture and Assembly of Seals

13.11 High-Head Segment Gates – Design Considerations

13.12 Double-Sealing Gates

14 Manufacture, Transportation and Erection


14.1 Manufacture

14.2 Transportation

14.3 Field Erection

14.4 Acceptance Tests

15 Trends and Innovation in Gate Design

15.1 Long-Span Gates

15.2 High-Head Gates

15.3 Refurbishment and Modernization of Gates and Dams

16 Intake Gates

16.1 Intake Gates and Accessories

16.2 Types of Emergency Gates

16.3 Gate Hoists

16.4 Filling the Penstock

16.5 Aeration

16.6 Guard Gates for Kaplan Turbines

16.7 Guard Gates for Bulb Turbines

16.8 Draft Tube Stoplogs for Bulb and Kaplan Turbines

17 Intake Trashracks

17.1 Introduction

17.2 Rack Bar Spacing

17.3 Design Considerations

17.4 Flow Velocity

17.5 Head Loss

17.6 Flow-Induced Vibrations

17.7 Rack-Cleaning Machines

17.8 Safe Design Criteria for Trashracks

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