Ductile Iron Pipe Lining Erosion Characteristics
A series of test has been carried out on the lining to cast iron pipes. In this series jets of different shape and pressure were directed at the lining surface for a one-minute time frame, at varying angles of attack. Based on the results of these tests it was found that even the lowest pressure could induce some damage, but that this damage was exacerbated when the jet angle was aimed directly perpendicular to the surface. In addition damage was significantly increased when the jets impacted perpendicular to the surface, and was reduced as this angle of impact was lowered, bringing the jet attack closer to the axis of the pipe. © BHR Group 2008 Water Jetting 19.
R. D. Fossey et al., "Ductile Iron Pipe Lining Erosion Characteristics," Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Water Jetting (2008, Nottingham, UK), BHR Group, Oct 2008.
19th International Conference on Water Jetting (2008: Oct. 15-17, Nottingham, UK)
Mining and Nuclear Engineering
Keywords and Phrases
Damage; Ductile Iron Pipe; Waterjet Cleaning
Article - Conference proceedings
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17 Oct 2008