Research on Pumping Unit Studies: Final Evaluation Report

One of 197 reports in the series: Office of Saline Water Reports available on this site.

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From Introduction and Purpose of Studies: "The Bureau of Reclamation was engaged to administer contracts with pump manufactures to supply data on large pumping units capable of withstanding aerated sea water and the hot brine solutions to be encountered in such plants. The data, as evaluated in this report, are to be made available to 15 or more architect-engineers who have been engaged to prepare conceptual designs of the treatment plants."

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45 p. : ill.

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United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Office of Chief Engineer. September 1966.

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  • Main Title: Research on Pumping Unit Studies: Final Evaluation Report
  • Added Title: Research and Development Progress Report No. 205
  • Series Title: Office of Saline Water Reports

Description

From Introduction and Purpose of Studies: "The Bureau of Reclamation was engaged to administer contracts with pump manufactures to supply data on large pumping units capable of withstanding aerated sea water and the hot brine solutions to be encountered in such plants. The data, as evaluated in this report, are to be made available to 15 or more architect-engineers who have been engaged to prepare conceptual designs of the treatment plants."

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45 p. : ill.

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"United States Department of the Interior." "By Bureau of Relcamation, Office of Chief Engineer; Carlos G. Bates, Project Engineer, for Office of Saline Water."

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  • September 1966

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United States. Bureau of Reclamation. Office of Chief Engineer. Research on Pumping Unit Studies: Final Evaluation Report, report, September 1966; Washington D.C.. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11680/: accessed December 15, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.