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OFFSHORE PIPELINES AND PUMP HOUSE FOR THE DESALINATION PLANT IN THE REGION OF ERONGO (NAMIBIA)

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  • Start Date / End Date: 2012
  • Place: REGION OF ERONGO, NAMIBIA
  • Scope: Basic Tender Project Design
  • Description:

    Intake and outfall pipelines and pump house for a new desalination plant as well as coastal protection.

    Pipelines: Design conditioned by the rocky nature of the sea bed and the rough sea à horizontal directional drilling (HDD) for most of the pipeline route.

     

    INTAKE

    OUTFALL

    Material

    PE 100, solid wall

    No. pipelines

    2

    2

    Outside diameter (mm)

    1200

    1000

    Length (m)

    Total

    HDD

    2 x 1863 = 3726

    2 x 1807 = 3614

    1296 + 1176 = 2472

    1180 + 1060 = 2240

    Maximum flow rate (m3/h)

    8690

    8690 / 4860 (operation)

     

        •   Precast concrete intake structure
        •   100 m diffuser section, 2 outlet ports every 20 m (12 ports in all)

    Pump house: 6 filter channels and

    6 pumps (Q = 1930 m3/h)  Hydraulic, shape, structure and construction method design.

     

     


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OFFSHORE PIPELINES AND PUMP HOUSE FOR THE DESALINATION PLANT IN THE REGION OF ERONGO (NAMIBIA)
OFFSHORE PIPELINES AND PUMP HOUSE FOR THE DESALINATION PLANT IN THE REGION OF ERONGO (NAMIBIA)
OFFSHORE PIPELINES AND PUMP HOUSE FOR THE DESALINATION PLANT IN THE REGION OF ERONGO (NAMIBIA)

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