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Experimental study on flow characteristics for the high efficiency transporting of the dredged soil
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Experimental study on flow characteristics for the high efficiency transporting of the dredged soil
Kim, Yu-Seung; Lee, Myung-Han; Lee, Su-Yeon;
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 Abstract
To evaluate the effects of magnetic force for transporting the dredged soil, magnetic energy inducing device was installed at the dredger. The whole length of transporting pipeline reaches more than 8.5km and the efficiency of the system and the characteristics of the flow are critical factors. The main parameters which govern the flow are flow-rate, velocity, concentration and slip-layer`s condition, so in the field test monitoring system was applied to check the real time conditions of the closed circuit flow and the main parameters. From analyzing the relation between the dredged soil amounts and the pump power, it can be concluded that the magnetic forces effect on the transporting system, increase the transporting quantities of dredged soil and decrease power consumption of the pump.
 Keywords
Electro magnetic force;Slurry flow efficiency;Velocity profile;Soil transport;Dredging transport;
 Language
Korean
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