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PROJECT TO REPAIR THE UNDERWATER PIPELINES FOR THE FISH HATCHERY IN MIRA (PORTUGAL)

UNDERWATER PIPELINES

  • Start Date / End Date: 2010
  • Place: MIRA, PORTUGAL
  • Scope: Repair Project Writing
  • Description:

    The project was completed to repair the intake pipelines for the flounder growing plant with an annual production capacity of 7,000 tonnes. The project includes an analysis of the pathologies detected, a study of alternatives, an instrumentation plan and the definition of an injection treatment. The fish hatchery is comprised of 2 twin units, each with the following characteristics:

        •    The first 1,500 metres of each intake pipeline are executed with jacking techniques, OD = 3,800 mm
        •    Each intake pipeline is split into two HDPE pipes, OD = 2,000 mm with a length of around 1,340 m.
        •    Therefore, the total intake length is 2,840 m.
        •    Design flow rate for each intake = 5.4 m3/s
     
     

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PROJECT TO REPAIR THE UNDERWATER PIPELINES FOR THE FISH HATCHERY IN MIRA (PORTUGAL)
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