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STUDY OF INITIAL DILUTION OF THE OUTFALL FOR THE CAMPO DALIAS, ALMERIA, SPAIN. DESALINATION PLANT

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  • Start Date / End Date: 2014
  • Place: Almeria, Spain
  • Scope: Report
  • Description:

    Given the uncertainty as to the behaviour of the diffuser designed in the preliminary project and environmental impact assessment phase, INCREA was asked for a complete study of initial dilution (using the CORJET model) for two purposes:
        • To calculate the initial dilution in the different phases of operation of the desalination plant
        • To calculate the number of outlets that must be open during each operation phase to ensure the proper initial dilution.
    The characteristics of the brine outfall are:
        • A diffuser section 200 m long with 20 outlets, separated 10 m apart with a dumping angle of 45º and a face diameter of 198 mm.
        • Dumping depth 21.2 m
        • Variable flow rate based on the number of lines
        • Salinity: 73 psu


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STUDY OF INITIAL DILUTION OF THE OUTFALL FOR THE CAMPO DALIAS, ALMERIA, SPAIN. DESALINATION PLANT
STUDY OF INITIAL DILUTION OF THE OUTFALL FOR THE CAMPO DALIAS, ALMERIA, SPAIN. DESALINATION PLANT

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