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RESIZING AND OPTIMIZATION OF UNDERWATER PIPES AT THE MOSTAGAMEN DESALINATION PLANT (ALGERIA)

UNDERWATER PIPELINES

  • Start Date / End Date: 2008
  • Place: MOSTAGAMEN (ARGELIA)
  • Scope: Technical reports for construction
  • Description:

    In the first place, the extreme marine climate in the area is studied to define the necessary ballasting on the pipes.

    A technical report will subsequently be issued to validate the pipeline proposed by PPA&KRAH, calculating the pipe installation in two stages with the aid of floaters.

    To calculate the maximum land height and analyze the protection in the breakwater area, a study is conducted on the beach profile evolution with the arrival of a calculated storm.

    The characteristics of the pipelines include:

    •Two PE100 seawater intake pipes.
        •    Inner Diameter: 1,800 mm.
        •    Length: 2,435 and 2,535 m.
        •    Depth: 16 and 16.5 m
     
    •PE100 Brine Effluent pipeline.
        •    Inner Diameter: 1,800 mm.
        •    Length: 1,540 m..
        •    Depth: 9.5 m
     
     
     

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RESIZING AND OPTIMIZATION OF UNDERWATER PIPES AT THE MOSTAGAMEN DESALINATION PLANT (ALGERIA)
RESIZING AND OPTIMIZATION OF UNDERWATER PIPES AT THE MOSTAGAMEN DESALINATION PLANT (ALGERIA)

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