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BASIC PROJECT OF THE COOLING WATER SUPPLY FOR MANDIODO (INDONESIA) POWER PLANT, INCLUDING PUMP HOUSE DESIGN

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  • Start Date / End Date: 2012
  • Place: MANDIODO (INDONESIA)
  • Scope: Tender Project
  • Description:

    The tender project was written for the cooling water supply for Mandiodo (Indonesia) power plant. The cooling water supply is comprised of a sea water intake, a pump house and a discharge channel to the sea.

    The characteristics of the submarine pipeline are as follows:

        •    Material: PE100
        •    Inside diameter: 2,400 mm
        •    Flow rate: 8,33 m3/s
        •    Total length: 1.200 m
        •    GRP intake structure
     

    The pump house has the following parts:

        •    Calm bay
        •    3 filter channels, including:
    • 2x3 set of guides & 2x1 stop logs (at the entrance and the exit)
    • 3 bar screens with traversing trash rake & 3 dual flow band screens
        •   Compartmentable common bay, prior to the pump area, with:
    •  4 set of guides y 2 stop logs .
        •    Pump bay, including:
    • 7 pumps (Qd = 1,60 m3/s) & 7 check valves, one per pump
    • 7 set of guides y 1 stop logs
        •   On the upper pump house slab ? 1 gantry crane (5t)

     

    Also the main technical specifications were defined for the equipment, as well as the proposed construction method

     

     


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BASIC PROJECT OF THE COOLING WATER SUPPLY FOR MANDIODO (INDONESIA) POWER PLANT, INCLUDING PUMP HOUSE DESIGN
BASIC PROJECT OF THE COOLING WATER SUPPLY FOR MANDIODO (INDONESIA) POWER PLANT, INCLUDING PUMP HOUSE DESIGN

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