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  • 1. 11 1Plumbing SystemsPlumbing SystemsPart IPart ILecture NotesLecture NotesBy Dr. Ali HammoudBy Dr. Ali HammoudB.A.UB.A.U--20052005
  • 2. 21 2Mechanical Engineering shortMechanical Engineering short--coursecourseThis course is prepared for 3 rd mechanical and civilThis course is prepared for 3 rd mechanical and civilengineering students , at Beirut Arab University.engineering students , at Beirut Arab University.This course concentrates on the design & calculations ofThis course concentrates on the design & calculations ofPlumbing systems, used in building applications.Plumbing systems, used in building applications.Course duration is 14 hoursCourse duration is 14 hours7 hours7 hours for cold & hot water distribution systems in building.for cold & hot water distribution systems in building.7 hours7 hours for sanitary systems in building.for sanitary systems in building.By Dr. Ali HammoudBy Dr. Ali HammoudAssociate professor in fluid mechanicsAssociate professor in fluid mechanics& hydraulic machines& hydraulic machines
  • 3. 31 3OBJECTIVESOBJECTIVESBefore an engineer sets out to design the plumbing services ofBefore an engineer sets out to design the plumbing services ofany project, it is necessary that he has well defined aims andany project, it is necessary that he has well defined aims andobjectives in order to install an efficient and economicalobjectives in order to install an efficient and economicalplumbing systems.plumbing systems.These can be defined as follows:These can be defined as follows:11-- Supply of WaterSupply of Wateraa-- Provide Safe DrinkingProvide Safe Drinking--Water SupplyWater Supplybb-- Provide an Adequate Supply of WaterProvide an Adequate Supply of Water22-- Fixtures unitsFixtures unitsaa-- Minimum Number of FixturesMinimum Number of Fixturesbb-- Quality Sanitary FixturesQuality Sanitary Fixturescc-- Water Trap SealsWater Trap Sealsdd-- Fixture spacingFixture spacing
  • 4. 41 4DRAINAGE AND SEWERAGE SYSTEMa- Safe Drainage SystemAll sanitary drainage systems should be connected to thepublic sewer system (wherever available) at the nearestpossible point. In case the public sewer system is not available,a safe and non­polluting drainage system must be ensured. Thedrainage system should be so designed as to guard againstfouling, deposit of solids and clogging.b- Vent PipesThe drainage system should be designed to allow for adequatecirculation of air within the system, thereby preventing thedanger of siphonage or unsealing of trap seals under normalworking conditions. The system should have access toatmospheric pressure and venting of foul gases by vent pipes.c- Exclusion of Foreign Substances from the Systemd- Ground and Surface Water Protectione- Prevention of Contaminationf- Prevention of Sewage Flooding
  • 5. 51 5Dr. HammoudTable of Contents part 1Table of Contents part 1Cold water distribution systemCold water distribution system““CalculationCalculation””DescriptionDescription of Architectureof Architecturedrawings of the projectdrawings of the projectDrawing of water distributionDrawing of water distributioninside the flatsinside the flatsHot water distribution systemHot water distribution system““CalculationCalculation””Symbol & legendSymbol & legendQuestions• Circulating Pump• Pipe sizing• Electrical W. heater• Water storage heater• Instantaneous orsemi-inst. heaters• Design of Risers• Daily W. Requirement• Load Values W.F.U.• Pipe sizing• Types of pumps
  • 6. 61 6Symbols & legendsSymbols & legendsFUEL OIL SUPPLYCOMPRESSED AIRSOFT COLD WATERRAIN WATER STACKSOIL STACKWASTE STACKSTACK VENTRAIN WATERVENT STACKCOLD WATERFIRE FIGHTINGTANK SUPPLYDOMESTIC HOT WATERPOTABLE WATERDOMESTIC HOT WATER RETURNFOSVAGVACUUMGASHWRWTRDRF.FTSSWCWHWPWWATERDRAINAGESVRWSRWSSWSVVSVENT
  • 7. 71 7FLASH VALVEFLASH TANKKITCHEN SINKDRINKING FOUNTAINASIATIC WATER CLOSETHIGH DENSITY POLYETHYLENE PIPEPOLYETHYLENE PIPEBLACK STEEL PIPE ( SEAMLESS )GALVANIZED STEEL PIPE ( SEAMLESS & WELDED )COPPER PIPEEUROPEAN WATER CLOSETCHLORINATED POLYVINYLCHLORIDE PIPEPE-X , ALUMINUM , PE-X ( TRIPLE LAYER ) PIPECROSS-LINKED POLYETHYLENE PIPEPOLYPROPYLENE RANDOM PIPE ( WATER )POLYPROPYLENE PIPE ( DRAINAGE )UNPLASTICIZED POLYVINYLCHLORIDE PIPEPOLYVINYLCHLORIDE PIPECAST IRON PIPEFVFTHBDFHOSE BIBSSHKSBTBLAVAWCEWCSINKSHOWERBATHTUBBIDETLAVATORYH.D.P.EP.ECUP.P.RPE-XPE-X / AL / PE-XC-PVCPVC-UP.PPVCBSGSCI
  • 8. 81 8JUNCTION BOXWATER HEATERWATER SOFTNERROOF VENT CAPFIRE HOSE CABINETFROM ABOVEBELOW FLOOR SLABIN FLOOR SLABUNDER CEILING LEVELUNDER TILEHIGH LEVELNOT TO SCALEUNDER GROUNDFLOOR CLEANOUTCEILING CLEANOUTLOW LEVELLLUPDNNTSFMHLUPDOWNFROMIWB.F.SI.F.SUCLUGUTTBFAIN WALLTO BELOWJ.BWHWSRVCFHCMHCOFCOCCOMANHOLECLEANOUTJUNCTION BOXWATER HEATERWATER SOFTNERROOF VENT CAPFIRE HOSE CABINETFROM ABOVEBELOW FLOOR SLABIN FLOOR SLABUNDER CEILING LEVELUNDER TILEHIGH LEVELNOT TO SCALEUNDER GROUNDFLOOR CLEANOUTCEILING CLEANOUTLOW LEVELLLUPDNNTSFMHLUPDOWNFROMIWB.F.SI.F.SUCLUGUTTBFAIN WALLTO BELOWJ.BWHWSRVCFHCMHCOFCOCCOMANHOLECLEANOUT
  • 9. 91 9
  • 10. 101 10PLUMBING FIXTURES
  • 11. 111 11ProjectProject descriptiondescriptionThe project consist of two blocks A and Band a common Ground flThe project consist of two blocks A and Band a common Ground floor & 0ne Basementoor & 0ne BasementBlock A consist of 18 floors and block B consist of 17 floors..Block A consist of 18 floors and block B consist of 17 floors..The design drawing of the two blocks are identical. Flat area iThe design drawing of the two blocks are identical. Flat area is about 700 ms about 700 m22..Each flat consist of one master bedroom, three bedrooms, one livEach flat consist of one master bedroom, three bedrooms, one living room, one dining room,ing room, one dining room,one kitchen , maid room and six bathrooms.one kitchen , maid room and six bathrooms.Floor to floor height is 3mFloor to floor height is 3mWater supply from city main is irregular and we have to rely onWater supply from city main is irregular and we have to rely on two well pumps for watertwo well pumps for waterdomestic use which have a capacity of 5mdomestic use which have a capacity of 5m33/hr each. However drinking water is supplied/hr each. However drinking water is suppliedfrom city main water supply. The city water pressure is insufficfrom city main water supply. The city water pressure is insufficient.ient.(a)(a) Work out daily water requirement, underground and overhead tankWork out daily water requirement, underground and overhead tank capacitycapacity(b)(b) Assuming indirect water supply system .Calculate the size of thAssuming indirect water supply system .Calculate the size of the the main riser pipee the main riser pipefrom the underground reservoir up to overhead tank and the pumpfrom the underground reservoir up to overhead tank and the pump duty.duty.(c)(c) Assuming two downfeed risers from the overhead tank for each flAssuming two downfeed risers from the overhead tank for each flat as indicated in theat as indicated in thetypical floor drawing. .Calculate the pipe diameters and brantypical floor drawing. .Calculate the pipe diameters and branch lines for these risers.ch lines for these risers.(d)(d) Design theDesign the cold and hot watercold and hot water distribution system inside the flat.distribution system inside the flat.(e)(e) size the pressure vessel of the top floors and the correspondinsize the pressure vessel of the top floors and the corresponding pump duty.g pump duty.
  • 12. 121 12Refer to your drawing & follow the lectureBlock A 18 floorsBlock B 17 floorsTypical floorTypical floor
  • 13. 131 13Heater 1Heater 1Riser 2Riser 1Heater 2Heater 2Riser 2 supply cold water toB1 + B2+ B3+ B4B1B2B3B4B5B6Riser 1 supply cold water toB5 + B6+ Kitchen
  • 14. 141 14CarsCarsGround floorGround floor
  • 15. 151 15Waterstorage tanksBasement floorBasement floor
  • 16. 161 16HOW TO READ AND DRAW THEHOW TO READ AND DRAW THEWATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMWATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEMINSIDE THE FLAT .INSIDE THE FLAT .
  • 17. 171 17Example of some pipeExample of some pipeaccessories needed for wateraccessories needed for waterdistribution systemdistribution system
  • 18. 181 18EXAMPLE OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSIDEBATHROOM – GALV. STEEL PIPES
  • 19. 191 19
  • 20. 201 20DETAIL OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSIDEBATHROOM – P.P.R PIPES
  • 21. 211 21DETAIL OF WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSIDEBATHROOM – PEX OR PEX –AL-PEX PIPES
  • 22. 221 22Schematic water risers diagram for Madam Cury projectSolution of a ,b & cSolution of a ,b & c
  • 23. 231 23Madam Cury project – water distribution systemfor typical floorSolution of (d) Two Electrical waterSolution of (d) Two Electrical waterheaters & two water risersheaters & two water risersE.W.E.W.HeaterHeater11ElectricalElectricalW.W.Heater 2Heater 2
  • 24. 241 24Madam Cury project – water distribution systemfor typical floor Another versionAnother versionwith single largewith single largeSingle WaterSingle Waterheaterheater+ boilerSolution of (d)Solution of (d)
  • 25. 251 25Up to now !!Before starting the calculation of theplumbing project . Student should be ableto read and understand all theArchitecture drawings of the projectentitled “ Madam Curry “.
  • 26. 261 26Cold & Hot waterCold & Hot waterdistribution systemsdistribution systemsChap.2
  • 27. 271© Max Zornada (2002) 27Slide 27Pump selectionDaily Water requirementDesign Of W.D.SystemsPressure requirementLoad ValuesPipe sizingCalculation OfW.D. Systems
  • 28. 281 28Water Distribution Systems Up to 10 floors BldgDirectDirectIndirectIndirect
  • 29. 291 29Distribution SystemsBuildings above 20 floorsPressure Reducer Break -Pressure reservoires Break- pressure ( Branch water supply ) Direct supply ( Booster )or frequency inverterPressure vesselIndirectIndirect DirectDirect
  • 30. 301 30MultiMulti--pipes system is always preferablepipes system is always preferableUndergroundTankMuli-pipessystemEach flat has its own inlet flow pipeEach flat has its own inlet flow pipe
  • 31. 311 31Water storage in buildingsWater storage in buildingsDomesticDomestic& Potable& PotableFire fightingFire fightingIrrigationIrrigation
  • 32. 321 32Domestic water storage in buildingsDomestic water storage in buildingsUnderground tanksUnderground tanks Roof tanksRoof tanks
  • 33. 331 33Water is stored in buildings due to the irregular supplyWater is stored in buildings due to the irregular supplysupply of city water .Normally water is stored insupply of city water .Normally water is stored inbasement with pump transferring water to roof tanks .basement with pump transferring water to roof tanks .Roof tanks could one single tank for the whole building orRoof tanks could one single tank for the whole building orseparate tanks for each flat.separate tanks for each flat.As shown in the following pages ,water tanks are providedAs shown in the following pages ,water tanks are providednormally with float valve, drain valve, discharge valve ,normally with float valve, drain valve, discharge valve ,overflow and vent pipe.overflow and vent pipe.Storage of waterStorage of water
  • 34. 341 34Underground water storage PumpsUnderground water storage Pumps ––Tanks ConnectionsTanks Connections
  • 35. 351 35Material of roof tanksMaterial of roof tanks11--Concrete tanks.Concrete tanks.22--Galvanized tanks.Galvanized tanks.33-- PPrPPr tankstanks.Roof TanksRoof TanksRoof tanks should be elevated enough above roof levelRoof tanks should be elevated enough above roof levelto have enough pressure for the upper apartment ,to have enough pressure for the upper apartment ,otherwise booster pump is needed.otherwise booster pump is needed.
  • 36. 361 36Concrete Roof tanksConcrete Roof tanks
  • 37. 371 37Galvanized Roof tanksGalvanized Roof tanksRef [4]
  • 38. 381 38P.P.R. Roof tanksP.P.R. Roof tanks
  • 39. 391 39Riser diagramRiser diagram
  • 40. 401 40Riser diagram of the present projectRiser diagram of the present project
  • 41. 411 41Design recommendationsDesign recommendations&&CalculationsCalculationsChap. 3
  • 42. 421 42FixtureFixture--Unit ComputationsUnit ComputationsComputing fixture units is a fundamental elementComputing fixture units is a fundamental elementof sizing piping systems for water distributionof sizing piping systems for water distributionand drainage. Values assigned to specific typesand drainage. Values assigned to specific typesof fixtures are crucial in the sizing of aof fixtures are crucial in the sizing of aplumbing system. There are two types of ratingsplumbing system. There are two types of ratingsfor fixture units:for fixture units:a)a) The first deals with drainage fixture units;The first deals with drainage fixture units;b)b) and the second type has to do with the needsand the second type has to do with the needsfor potable / domestic water systems. Bothfor potable / domestic water systems. Bothtypes of ratings are needed when de­signing atypes of ratings are needed when de­signing aplumbing system.plumbing system.
  • 43. 431 43Ref [Ref [88]] providing you with sample tables of fixtureproviding you with sample tables of fixture--unitunitratings. The tables are based on actual code regulations, butratings. The tables are based on actual code regulations, butalways referalways refer to your local code for exact standards into your local code for exact standards inyour regionyour region. As you look over the tables that will follow, pay. As you look over the tables that will follow, payattention to all details. It is not unusual for codeattention to all details. It is not unusual for coderequirements to have exceptions. When an exception isrequirements to have exceptions. When an exception ispres­ent, the tables in code books are marked to indicate apres­ent, the tables in code books are marked to indicate areference to the exclusion, exception, or alternative options.reference to the exclusion, exception, or alternative options.You must be aware of these notes if you wish to work withinYou must be aware of these notes if you wish to work withinthe code requirements. Computing fixture units is not athe code requirements. Computing fixture units is not acomplicated procedure and all you really need to know is howcomplicated procedure and all you really need to know is howto read and understand the tables that will give you ratingsto read and understand the tables that will give you ratingsfor fixture units.for fixture units.Using fixture units to size plumbing systems is a standardUsing fixture units to size plumbing systems is a standardprocedure for many engineers. The task is not particularlyprocedure for many engineers. The task is not particularlydifficult.difficult.
  • 44. 441 44Drainage Fixture UnitsPipes used to convey sanitary drainage are sized based ondrainage fixture units. It is necessary to know how manyfixture units are as­signed to various types of plumbingfixture units. This information can be obtained, in most cases,from local code books. Not all plumbing codes assign the samefixture-unit ratings to fixtures, so make sure that you areworking with the assigned ratings for your region. Let me giveyou some sample tables to reviewWater Distribution Fixture unitsWater distribution pipes are also sized by using assignedfixture-unit ratings. These ratings are different fromdrainage fixture units, but the concept is similar. As withdrainage fixtures, water supply pipes can be sized by usingtables that establish approved fixture-unit ratings. Most localcodes provide tables of fixture-unit ratings.
  • 45. 451 45Daily Water RequirementDaily Water Requirement11--Daily water requirementDaily water requirement & Tanks& Tankscapacities. ( two methods are used tocapacities. ( two methods are used todetermine the daily water requirementdetermine the daily water requirement,the first is base on the number of,the first is base on the number ofoccupants , the second is based on the loadoccupants , the second is based on the loadvalue).value).22-- Load value (Load value (W.f.uW.f.u.).)
  • 46. 461 46Average Daily Water RequirementAverage Daily Water Requirement for Storagefor StorageType of Establishment GallonsGallons(per day per person)(per day per person)Schools (toilets & lavatories only) 1515Schools (with above plus cafeteria) 2525Schools (with above plus cafeteria plusshowers)3535Day workers at schools and offices 1515Residences 3535--5050Hotels (with connecting baths) 5050Hotels (with private baths, 2 persons perroom)100100Table WTable W--11 Ref [2]Ref [2]
  • 47. 471 47Daily Water RequirementDaily Water Requirement for Storagefor Storage( Based on the number of occupants)( Based on the number of occupants)Example calculation of daily domestic water requirementExample calculation of daily domestic water requirementSuppose we have 24 floors & each floor consists of 4 flats,Suppose we have 24 floors & each floor consists of 4 flats,2 of them having 3 bedrooms2 of them having 3 bedrooms2 of them having 2 bedrooms.2 of them having 2 bedrooms.+1 Mad each flat.+1 Mad each flat.As a rule of thumb we take 2 persons/bed room.As a rule of thumb we take 2 persons/bed room.Total number/floor = 2Total number/floor = 2××33××2+22+2××22××2+4 = 24 Persons/floor.2+4 = 24 Persons/floor.Total number of occupants= 24Total number of occupants= 24×× 24 + 5 (labors+ concierges24 + 5 (labors+ conciergesetcetc……) = 581 Persons.) = 581 Persons.From table WFrom table W--1 the daily water requirement is between 351 the daily water requirement is between 35--5050gal/ day (Residential Building),gal/ day (Residential Building),The daily water requirement for the whole building is:The daily water requirement for the whole building is:=> 50=> 50××581 = 29000 gallons /day581 = 29000 gallons /day ≈≈ 110110 mm33/day/day
  • 48. 481 48Capacity of Underground & Roof Tanks:Capacity of Underground & Roof Tanks:Based on Plumbing code , the daily water requirement is dividedBased on Plumbing code , the daily water requirement is dividedbetween the roof & underground tanks as follows:between the roof & underground tanks as follows:1 days water requirement on the roof &1 days water requirement on the roof &2 day2 day’’s on the ground floor ( standard ).s on the ground floor ( standard ).As mentioned before the total amount of water needed for the 24As mentioned before the total amount of water needed for the 24floors building is 110 mfloors building is 110 m33,this equivalent to 110 tones additional,this equivalent to 110 tones additionalweight on the roof. On the other hand 2 x 110 = 220 mweight on the roof. On the other hand 2 x 110 = 220 m33must bemust bestored in the basement floor, this may affect thestored in the basement floor, this may affect the number ofnumber ofcarscars in the basement.in the basement.As a general rules (As a general rules ( one day water storageone day water storage on the roof &on the roof &basement may be satisfactory ,basement may be satisfactory ,if water flowif water flow from well pump isfrom well pump isguarantiedguarantied ).).N.B. Potable ( drinking+ cooking) water tank capacity is calculN.B. Potable ( drinking+ cooking) water tank capacity is calculated based onated based on1010--12 L / person / day12 L / person / day
  • 49. 491 49Water storage for fire fightingWater storage for fire fightingFor buildings , it is reliable that, water for fire fightingis provided by gravity storage wherever possible. Usingelevation as the means for developing proper waterpressure in water mains risers & FHCs, not dependent onpumps that could fail or be shut down as a result of anelectrical outage. Storage can be provided through oneor more large storage reservoirs or by multiple smallerreservoirs throughout the community that are linkedtogether .A reasonable rule of thumb is that waterstorage for fire fighting should be sufficient to provideat least one hour .For example, in a typical residentialbuilding with an ordinary hazards, the storage for fireflow of 100 GPM for 30-60 min may be appropriate.
  • 50. 501 50Hose reel installation should be designed so that no part of the flooris more than 6 m from the nozzle when the hose is fully extended.The water supply must be able to provide a discharge of not less than33 gpm through the nozzle and also designed to allow not less thanthree hose reels to be used simultaneously at the total flow of 100gpm for one hour duration.The minimum required water pressure at the nozzle is 2 bar where themaximum allowable pressure is 6.9 bar6.9 bar.. Adequate system pressuresAdequate system pressures isisaboutabout 4.5 bars4.5 bars .Booster pump is used for top roof flats..Booster pump is used for top roof flats.The rubber hose reel length is 32 m & could be 1” or ¾” diameter(British standard), or 1.1/2”(US standard), and the jet should havea horizontal distance of 8 m and a height of about 5 m.For commercial building:Riser main pipe diameter D= 2.1/2”Branch pipe diameter= 1.1/2”Rubber hose reel diameter = 1” .
  • 51. 511 51
  • 52. 521 52Located next to fire escapeLocated next to fire escapeSiamese connectionSiamese connection
  • 53. 531 53Irrigation systems could be by hose or automaticallyusing pump , electrical valves ,timers & sprinklers.As a rule of thumb ,the water consumption forirrigation is estimated as follows:The green area x 0.02 m /dayFor example :Suppose we have a 500 m2 green area to beirrigated. Calculate the water storage & the pumpingrate per hour.500 x 0.02 = 10 m3. & the pumping rate is 10 m3/h.Water storage for irrigationWater storage for irrigation
  • 54. 541 54Pipe sizingPipe sizingDetermine the number of FU’sDetermine the number of FU’sFrom Table WFrom Table W--11Determine the probable flow rate gpmDetermine the probable flow rate gpmFrom ChartFrom Chart--1 or Table W1 or Table W--22Determine the Pipe sizeDetermine the Pipe sizePipe flow ChartPipe flow Chart--22N.B. Pipe material should be known in order toN.B. Pipe material should be known in order touse the corresponding pipe flow chart.use the corresponding pipe flow chart.
  • 55. 551 55Probable Water DemandProbable Water Demand F.U.F.U.’’ss ( Cold + Hot )( Cold + Hot )Fixture TypeFixture Type UseUse F.UsF.UsWater closetWater closet -- Flush tankFlush tank (Private)(Private) 33Water closetWater closet -- Flush valveFlush valve ((PublicPublic)) 1010BidetBidet (Private)(Private) 22Bath tubBath tub (Private)(Private) 22LavatoryLavatoryLavatoryLavatory(Private)(Private) 11((PublicPublic)) 22ShowerShowerShowerShower(Private)(Private) 22((PublicPublic)) 33UrinalUrinal -- Flush tankFlush tank ((PublicPublic)) 55Kitchen sinkKitchen sink ---- 22Restaurant sinkRestaurant sink ---- 44Mop sinkMop sink ---- 33Drinking fountainDrinking fountain ---- 1/21/2Dish washer, washing mach.Dish washer, washing mach. (Private)(Private) 22The value for separateThe value for separatehot and cold waterhot and cold waterdemands should bedemands should betaken astaken as ¾¾ of the totalof the totalvaluevalueStandard Plumbing Code of USA.Table W-2Ref [2]Ref [2]
  • 56. 561 56Table W-2Ref [2]Ref [2]Sizing theSizing theindoor coldindoor coldWater pipeWater pipeThe value for separateThe value for separatehot and cold waterhot and cold waterdemands should bedemands should betaken astaken as ¾¾ of theof thel lt t l l
  • 57. 571 57SIMULTANEOUS DEMANDProbability of Use:Probability of Use:(a) The probability that all the taps in a commercial building ora section of the piping system will be in use at the samemoment is quite remoteis quite remote. If pipe sizes are calculated assumingthat all taps are open simul­taneously, the pipe diametersarrived at will be prohibitively large, economically unviableeconomically unviableand unnecessary.and unnecessary.(b) A 100% simultaneous draw-off may, however, occur if thewater supply hours are severely restricted in the building.It also occurs in buildings, such as factory wash-rooms, hosteltoilets, showers in sports facilities, places of worship and thelike, In these , cases, all fixtures are likely to be open at thesame time during entry, exit and recess. The pipe sizes mustbe determined for 100% demand.
  • 58. 581 58(c) In buildings with normal usage, the probability of(c) In buildings with normal usage, the probability ofsimultaneous flow is based on statistical methods derived fromsimultaneous flow is based on statistical methods derived fromthe total number of drawthe total number of draw--off points , average times betweenoff points , average times betweendrawdraw--offs on each occasion and the time interval betweenoffs on each occasion and the time interval betweenoccasion of use . There is complex formula to get the probableoccasion of use . There is complex formula to get the probablewater demand, however a simple chart & table are used towater demand, however a simple chart & table are used todetermine the probable water demand which are presenteddetermine the probable water demand which are presentedbelow in chart 1 & table Wbelow in chart 1 & table W--3.3.Remark Chart 1 & Table WRemark Chart 1 & Table W--3 cover both3 cover both flash tankflash tank andand Flashvalvevalve data.data.
  • 59. 591 59Water Hammer ArrestorWater Hammer ArrestorChartChart --11For each flatFor each flatFor theFor thewhole bldg.whole bldg.Ref [2]Ref [2]Flush valveFlush valve
  • 60. 601 60Table W-3 Ref [2]Ref [2]Fixture Units equivalent to water flow in gpmFixture Units equivalent to water flow in gpm
  • 61. 611 61Pipe size at inletPipe size at inlet of the flat is determined based onof the flat is determined based onFUFU’’s. For example suppose it is require to determines. For example suppose it is require to determinethe inlet flow rate (gpm) of an apartment having thethe inlet flow rate (gpm) of an apartment having thefollowing fixtures:following fixtures:3 W.C( flash tank) + 2 bidet + 3 lavatory + 1 shower +3 W.C( flash tank) + 2 bidet + 3 lavatory + 1 shower +2 bath tube + 1 sink + 1 Dish washer.2 bath tube + 1 sink + 1 Dish washer.From table WFrom table W--1 we get :1 we get :(3(3××3 F.U + 23 F.U + 2××2 F.U + 32 F.U + 3××1 F.U + 21 F.U + 2××1 F.U +21 F.U +2××2 F.U +2 F.U +11××2 F.U+ 12 F.U+ 1××2 F.U)2 F.U) ≅≅ 26 F.U26 F.UFrom GraphFrom Graph--1 or table1 or table--2 we select the probable water2 we select the probable waterdemand for each identical flat : isdemand for each identical flat : is 20 gpm ( 1.2420 gpm ( 1.24L/s).L/s).Volume Flow Rate (Cold+Hot) at The Inlet of FlatVolume Flow Rate (Cold+Hot) at The Inlet of Flat..
  • 62. 621 62If two risers pipe are used to supply water for the wholeIf two risers pipe are used to supply water for the wholebuildingbuilding The probable flow rate is determined asThe probable flow rate is determined asfollows:follows:Assuming 24 floors each floor has 4 identical apartmentsAssuming 24 floors each floor has 4 identical apartmentsAs calculated before the probable water demand for eachAs calculated before the probable water demand for eachapartment isapartment is 26 F.U26 F.U’’S , therefore 24 x 26 x 4 = 2496S , therefore 24 x 26 x 4 = 2496F.UF.U’’S let say 2500 FUS let say 2500 FU’’s.s.Inter GraphInter Graph--1 with a value of 2500 FU and read the1 with a value of 2500 FU and read thecorresponding probable water demand for whole buildingcorresponding probable water demand for whole buildingwhich iswhich is ≅≅ 3000 gpm . Since we have four risers the3000 gpm . Since we have four risers thetotal gpm is divided by 4 , that will be 750 gpm.total gpm is divided by 4 , that will be 750 gpm.Each riser will be sized based on this value i.e. 750 gpm.Each riser will be sized based on this value i.e. 750 gpm.Volume Flow Rate (Cold+Hot) for the whole buildingVolume Flow Rate (Cold+Hot) for the whole building..Without question the plumbing fixture in thisWithout question the plumbing fixture in this blg.willblg.will not operatenot operatesimultaneously , the diversity factor is included in Chartsimultaneously , the diversity factor is included in Chart --11
  • 63. 631 63The most important design objective in sizing the water supply sThe most important design objective in sizing the water supply system isystem isthe satisfactory supply of potable water to all fixtures, at allthe satisfactory supply of potable water to all fixtures, at all times, and atimes, and aproper pressure and flow rate for normal fixture operation. Thisproper pressure and flow rate for normal fixture operation. This may bemay beachieved only if adequate sizing of pipes are provided.achieved only if adequate sizing of pipes are provided.The sizes established must be large enough to prevent occurrenceThe sizes established must be large enough to prevent occurrence ofofnegative pressure in any part of the system during periods of penegative pressure in any part of the system during periods of peak demandak demandin order to avoid the hazard of water supply , contamination duein order to avoid the hazard of water supply , contamination due to backto backflow and back flow and back siphonage from potential sources offlow and back flow and back siphonage from potential sources of pollution.pollution.Main objectives in designing a water supply system are:Main objectives in designing a water supply system are:a) To achieve economical size of piping and eliminate over desia) To achieve economical size of piping and eliminate over design.gn.b) To avoid corrosionb) To avoid corrosion--erosion effects and potential pipe failure or leakageerosion effects and potential pipe failure or leakageconditions owing to corrosive characteristic of the water.conditions owing to corrosive characteristic of the water.c) To eliminate water hammering damage and objectionable whistlic) To eliminate water hammering damage and objectionable whistling noiseng noiseeffects in piping due to excess design velocities of flow .effects in piping due to excess design velocities of flow .Sizing a Water supply systemSizing a Water supply system
  • 64. 641 64Pipe sizingPipe sizingPipe flow charts are available which shows the relationPipe flow charts are available which shows the relationbetween the water flow in gpm or L/s , pressure drop in Psibetween the water flow in gpm or L/s , pressure drop in Psior ft / 100 ft , pipe diameter in mm or inches and theor ft / 100 ft , pipe diameter in mm or inches and thecorresponding flow velocity in m/s or ft/s.corresponding flow velocity in m/s or ft/s.The acceptable pressure drop per 100 ft is aroundThe acceptable pressure drop per 100 ft is around 22--55Psi/100ftPsi/100ft ,that, in order to avoid excessive pressure loss and,that, in order to avoid excessive pressure loss andthe need for higher pressure to maintain the flow rate.the need for higher pressure to maintain the flow rate.Low velocity pipe less than 0.5 m/s can cause precipitation ofLow velocity pipe less than 0.5 m/s can cause precipitation ofsand and others in the pipe .sand and others in the pipe .Pipe flow charts are available for different pipes material suPipe flow charts are available for different pipes material such asch ascopper water tube, galvanized iron, & plastic pipes.copper water tube, galvanized iron, & plastic pipes.
  • 65. 651 65In accordance with good engineering practice, it is recommendedIn accordance with good engineering practice, it is recommended thatthatmaximum velocity in water supply piping to be limited to no moremaximum velocity in water supply piping to be limited to no more than 8than 8ft/sec (ft/sec (2.4m/sec2.4m/sec), this is a deemed essential in order to avoid such), this is a deemed essential in order to avoid suchobjectionable effects as the production of whistling line soundobjectionable effects as the production of whistling line sound noise,noise,the occurrence of cavitation, and associated excessive noise inthe occurrence of cavitation, and associated excessive noise in fittingsfittingsand valves.and valves.It is recommended that maximum velocity be limited no more thanIt is recommended that maximum velocity be limited no more than4ft/sec (1.2m/sec)4ft/sec (1.2m/sec) in branch piping from mainsin branch piping from mains, headers, and risers, headers, and risersoutlets at which supply is controlled by means of quickoutlets at which supply is controlled by means of quick--closing devicesclosing devicessuch as an automatic flush valve, solenoid valve, or pneumatic vsuch as an automatic flush valve, solenoid valve, or pneumatic valve, oralve, orquick closing valve or faucet of self closing, pushquick closing valve or faucet of self closing, push--pull, or other similarpull, or other similartype. This limitation is deemed necessary in order to avoidtype. This limitation is deemed necessary in order to avoiddevelopment of excessive and damaging shock pressures in pipingdevelopment of excessive and damaging shock pressures in pipingequipment when flow is suddenly shut off. But any other kind ofequipment when flow is suddenly shut off. But any other kind of pipepipebranch supply to water closet (tank type) and nonbranch supply to water closet (tank type) and non--quick closing valvesquick closing valvesis limited to 4 ft/sec(1.2 m/sec). Ref [2]is limited to 4 ft/sec(1.2 m/sec). Ref [2]Sizing based on Velocity limitationSizing based on Velocity limitation
  • 66. 661 66Recommendation for minimizing cost of pumpingRecommendation for minimizing cost of pumpingVelocity limitation is generally advisable and recommended inVelocity limitation is generally advisable and recommended inthe sizing of inlet and outlet piping for water supply pumps .the sizing of inlet and outlet piping for water supply pumps .Friction losses in such piping affect the cost of pumping andFriction losses in such piping affect the cost of pumping andshould be reduced to a reasonable minimum .the generalshould be reduced to a reasonable minimum .the generalrecommendation in this instance is to limit velocity in bothrecommendation in this instance is to limit velocity in bothinlet and outlet piping for water supply pumps to no moreinlet and outlet piping for water supply pumps to no morethan 4ft/secthan 4ft/sec ((1.2 m/sec),1.2 m/sec), this may also be applied forthis may also be applied forconstantconstant--pressure boosterpressure booster--pump water supply systempump water supply system
  • 67. 671 67SIMPLIFIED STEP BY STEP PROCEDURE FOR SIZING PIPING ( Basedon Velocity limitation) Ref [2]The procedure consists of the following steps:1-Obtain the following information:(a) Design bases for sizing(b) Materials for system(c) Characteristics of the water supply(d) Location and size of water supply source(e) Developed length of system (straight length + equivalent length offittings)(f) Pressure data relative to source of supply(g) Elevation(h) Minimum pressure required at highest water outlet2-Provide a schematic elevation of the complete water supply system. Showall piping connection in proper sequence and all fixture supplies. Identify allfixture and risers by means of appropriate letters numbers orcombinations .Specially identify all piping conveying water at atemperature above 150F(66 C), ,and all branch piping to such water outletsas automatic flush valves, solenoid valves, quick-closing valves.Provide on the schematic elevation all the necessary information obtainedas per step1
  • 68. 681 6833--Mark on the schematic elevation for each section of the completeMark on the schematic elevation for each section of the completesystem, the hotsystem, the hot-- and cold water loads conveyed thereby in terms of waterand cold water loads conveyed thereby in terms of watersupply fixture units in accordance with table (wsfusupply fixture units in accordance with table (wsfu ––gpm).gpm).44--mark on the schematic elevation adjacent to all fixture unit notmark on the schematic elevation adjacent to all fixture unit notations,ations,the demand in gallons/min or liter/sec, corresponding to the varthe demand in gallons/min or liter/sec, corresponding to the variousiousfixture unit loads in accordance with table (wsfufixture unit loads in accordance with table (wsfu--gpm).gpm).55--Mark on the schematic elevation for appropriate sections of theMark on the schematic elevation for appropriate sections of the system,system,the demand in gallons /min or liter/sec for outlets at which demthe demand in gallons /min or liter/sec for outlets at which demand isand isdeemed continuous, such as outlets for watering gardens irrigatideemed continuous, such as outlets for watering gardens irrigating lawnng lawn,air,air--conditioning apparatus refrigeration machines, and other usingconditioning apparatus refrigeration machines, and other usingcontinuously water. Add the continuous demand to the demand forcontinuously water. Add the continuous demand to the demand forintermittently used fixtures and show the total demand at thoseintermittently used fixtures and show the total demand at those sectionssectionswhere both types of demand occurwhere both types of demand occur66--size all individual fixture supply pipes to water outlets in accsize all individual fixture supply pipes to water outlets in accordance withordance withthe minimum sizes permitted by regulations. Minimum supply pipethe minimum sizes permitted by regulations. Minimum supply pipe size issize isgiven in table (1).given in table (1).77--Size all parts of the water supply system in accordance with velSize all parts of the water supply system in accordance with velocityocitylimitation recognized as good engineering practice, with velocitlimitation recognized as good engineering practice, with velocity limitationy limitationfor proper basis of design, 2.4 m /sec for all piping, except 1.for proper basis of design, 2.4 m /sec for all piping, except 1.2 m /sec for2 m /sec forbranches to quick closing valves .branches to quick closing valves .
  • 69. 691 691.35 m/s1.35 m/s V=2 m/sV=2 m/sDD
  • 70. 701 70How to use the pipe flowHow to use the pipe flow--chartchartThe use of the pipe flow chart is best presented by ananexampleexample : A fairly rough steel pipe is used to deliver 20 gpmof water at ordinary temperature with a maximum allowedpressure drop of 5Psi/100 ft .What is the recommendedWhat is the recommendedpipe size that can be used ?pipe size that can be used ?Solution : Enter the Figure along the abscissa with the valueof 5 Psi/100 ft , move upward to the ordinate where QV is 20gpm .From the intersection ; read the values of ( D )and thecorresponding flow velocity ( V ) .Now it is clear that the intersection lies between 1.1/4” and1” diameter . If the 1 in pipe is used , the pressure drop willbe 15 Psi/100 ft which is greater than the given value . This sis unacceptable. If the 1.1/4” pipe is used , the pressuredrop will be 4 Psi/100 ft which is less than the maximumallowed pressure drop .I would recommend D=1.1/4” with a flowvelocity less than 3 m/s. The flow velocity is about 1.35 m/s.
  • 71. 711 71Size of Principal Branches and RisersSize of Principal Branches and Risers- The required size of branches and risers may be obtained inThe required size of branches and risers may be obtained inthe same manner as the building supply by obtaining thethe same manner as the building supply by obtaining thedemand load on each branch or riser and using the permissibledemand load on each branch or riser and using the permissiblefriction loss described before.friction loss described before.-- Fixture branches to the building supply, if they are sized forFixture branches to the building supply, if they are sized forthem same permissible friction loss per one hundred (100them same permissible friction loss per one hundred (100feet) of pipe as the branches and risers to the highest level infeet) of pipe as the branches and risers to the highest level inthe building,the building, may lead to inadequate water supply to themay lead to inadequate water supply to theupper floor of a building ( case of upfeed water supply)upper floor of a building ( case of upfeed water supply) ..This may be controlled by:This may be controlled by:(1) Selecting the sizes of pipe for the different branches so(1) Selecting the sizes of pipe for the different branches sothat the total friction loss in each lower branch isthat the total friction loss in each lower branch isapproximately equal to the total loss in the riser, includingapproximately equal to the total loss in the riser, includingboth friction loss and loss in staticboth friction loss and loss in staticPressure;Pressure;
  • 72. 721 72(2) throttling each such branch by means of a valve until the(2) throttling each such branch by means of a valve until thepreceding balance is obtained;preceding balance is obtained;(3) increasing the size of the building supply and risers above(3) increasing the size of the building supply and risers abovethe minimum required to meet the maximum permissiblethe minimum required to meet the maximum permissiblefriction loss.friction loss.Refer to Upfeed & down feed system .Refer to Upfeed & down feed system .-- The size of branches and mains serving flush tanks shallThe size of branches and mains serving flush tanks shallbe consistent with sizing procedures for flush tank waterbe consistent with sizing procedures for flush tank waterclosets.closets. (Courtesy of The Uniform Plumbing Code).(Courtesy of The Uniform Plumbing Code).
  • 73. 731 734 Pressure relief valveElectrical water heaterCold waterHot water1"1"1.25 "Inlet water flow ?3/4 of the total fixture units are used for cold waterD ?D ?D1 ?D1 ?D2 ?D2 ?D3 ?D3 ?D4 ?D4 ?D5 ?D5 ?D6 ?D6 ?Sizing the riser diagramSizing the riser diagramH.WH.W..
  • 74. 741 74EqualfrictionlossEqualfrictionlossOpen systemOpen system
  • 75. 751 75Determine the pipe sizes of the present drawing? "? "LavatoryBathtub? "? "WC Bidet? "? "? "? " ? " ? "Shower Sink3/4 of the total fixture units are used for cold waterSizing the various pipes of the net workSizing the various pipes of the net workH.WH.W..
  • 76. 761 76Minimum size of fixture supply pipeMinimum size of fixture supply pipeThe diameters of fixture supply pipes should not be less thanThe diameters of fixture supply pipes should not be less thansizes in table below . The fixture supply pipe should terminatesizes in table below . The fixture supply pipe should terminatenot more than 30 inch (0.762 m), from the point of connectionnot more than 30 inch (0.762 m), from the point of connectionto the fixture.to the fixture.Water closetWater closet--flush tankflush tank ½½""Water closetWater closet--flush valveflush valve 11""UrinalUrinal--11in flush valvein flush valve ¾¾""UrinalUrinal--flush tankflush tank ½½""ShowerShower--flushing rimflushing rim ¾¾""ShowerShower--single headsingle head ½½""LavatoryLavatory 33//88""Dishwashing machineDishwashing machine ½½""Drinking fountainDrinking fountain 33//88""BathtubBathtub ½½""FixtureFixture Minimum size of pipeMinimum size of pipe
  • 77. 771 77Ref [2]Ref [2]
  • 78. 781 78General remarks on the installation of water pipesGeneral remarks on the installation of water pipes11-- Every apartment should have a valve on the main cold waterEvery apartment should have a valve on the main cold waterpipe feeding this apartment. Every bathroom should have twopipe feeding this apartment. Every bathroom should have twovalves one for cold and the second for hot water pipe.valves one for cold and the second for hot water pipe.22-- Each plumbing Fixture should have and angle valve forEach plumbing Fixture should have and angle valve formaintenance reason.maintenance reason.33-- Exposing pipes are installed approximately 3 cm from wallExposing pipes are installed approximately 3 cm from wallwith hangers and supports.with hangers and supports.44-- Antirust paint is recommended for all expose steel pipes.Antirust paint is recommended for all expose steel pipes.55-- Pipe under tiles or in walls are PPR if however steel pipes arPipe under tiles or in walls are PPR if however steel pipes areeused , the pipe are wrapped with jute and asphalt .used , the pipe are wrapped with jute and asphalt .66-- Pipes crossing walls should be through pipe sleevesPipes crossing walls should be through pipe sleevesA rule of thumb is that not more than two fixture should be served by a single ½” branch
  • 79. 791 79Pressure RequirementsPressure Requirements11-- Pressure required during flow for differentPressure required during flow for differentfixtures.fixtures.22-- Pressure required at the inlet of the flat.Pressure required at the inlet of the flat.33-- The hydrostatic pressure available at each shutThe hydrostatic pressure available at each shut--off valve.off valve.44-- Pressure reducer valve PRVPressure reducer valve PRV
  • 80. 801 80Pressure Required During Flow forPressure Required During Flow forDifferent FixturesDifferent FixturesN.P.Code USAN.P.Code USARef [8]Ref [8]
  • 81. 811 81As it well known the Hydrostatic pressure @ shutAs it well known the Hydrostatic pressure @ shut--off valve is given byoff valve is given by ::P =P = γγ××hhWhereWhere γγ is the specific weight kN/mis the specific weight kN/m33& h is the pressure head in m& h is the pressure head in mThe maximum pressure at the inlet of the flat is Limited tThe maximum pressure at the inlet of the flat is Limited to 30 m which iso 30 m which isabout 2.9 bar , that , avoid excessive pressuresabout 2.9 bar , that , avoid excessive pressuresIf the pressure is more than 2.9 BarIf the pressure is more than 2.9 Bar ::You may need breakYou may need break--pressure tank or pressure reducing valve.pressure tank or pressure reducing valve.The available pressure at the inlet of the flat, has to overcomeThe available pressure at the inlet of the flat, has to overcome the pressure lossthe pressure lossdue to pipe friction and fittings of the longest branch and havedue to pipe friction and fittings of the longest branch and have a surplus pressurea surplus pressureto operates the most critical fixture ( for example Dish washerto operates the most critical fixture ( for example Dish washer or shower).or shower).Pressure Drop, P=Pressure Drop, P= γγ xx hhLL + Surplus pressure (+ Surplus pressure ( hhLL is the head loss due to pipeis the head loss due to pipefriction )friction )Allowing additional pressure drop around 25Allowing additional pressure drop around 25--30% for fittings on straight pipe30% for fittings on straight pipeor calculate the effective length for minor losses as describedor calculate the effective length for minor losses as described in Fluid Mechanicsin Fluid MechanicsLecture notes.Lecture notes. It is always recommended to use the K value for the calculationIt is always recommended to use the K value for the calculation ofofthe pressure drop.the pressure drop.Pressure Required At The Inlet Of each FlatPressure Required At The Inlet Of each Flat
  • 82. 821 82Example of high riserBuilding2424floorsfloorsRef [4]
  • 83. 831 83The hydrostatic pressure available at each shutThe hydrostatic pressure available at each shut--off valve.off valve.
  • 84. 841 8421/2"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P14TH.FLOOR13TH.FLOOR12TH.FLOOR11TH.FLOOR10TH.FLOOR9TH.FLOOR8TH.FLOOR7TH.FLOOR6TH.FLOOR5TH.FLOOR4TH.FLOOR3RD.FLOOR2ND.FLOOR1ST.FLOOR1"GENERALSERVICEPIPEGRD.FLOOR11/2"P.R.V11/4"P.R.VIndirectpumpingsystemPOTABLEWATERINCOMINGPIPE&4*3000litres(P.ETANKS)8*4000litres(P.ETANKS)BLOCK-BLOWERDOMESTICWATERTANK3/4"G.S.P3/4"G.S.P1"G.S.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"G.S.P11/4"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"P.R.V11/4"C.W.P1"C.W.PD.W.P.L3" DOMESTICWATERPUMPINGSTATIOND.W.P-B20m3/HR@95mEACH3"11/4"P.R.V21/2"DOMESTICWATERPUMPINGLINE11/4"WELLWATERPIPE1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"F.H.C3/4"G.S.P3/4"G.S.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"G.S.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PD.W.P.L1"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"P.R.V2"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)3/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"P.R.V2"C.W.P1"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)3/4"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)2"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P2"P.R.V2"C.W.P1"C.W.P2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.PD.W.P.L3/4"C.W.P2"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)2"P.R.V21/2"2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P1"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P2*10000litres(P.ETANKS)UPPERDOMESTICWATERTANK23RD.FLOOR24TH.FLOOR22ND.FLOOR21ST.FLOOR20TH.FLOOR19TH.FLOOR18TH.FLOOR17TH.FLOOR16TH.FLOOR15TH.FLOOR3"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"P.R.V3"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P21/2"P.R.V1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P21/2"P.R.V1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P3/4"C.W.PD.W.P.L3/4"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"P.R.V3/4"C.W.P3"C.W.P3/4"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P21/2"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.PF.F.P4"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P3"C.W.PF.F.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P3"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"C.W.PROOFELECTRICFLOATVALVEBLOCK-BUPPERDOMESTICWATERTANK2*10000litres(P.ETANKS)4"F.F.PR14"C.W.PR23"BLOCKB21/2"FROMD.W.P-B4"C.W.PELECTRICFLOATVALVE3"3"C.W.PR3UPPERROOF4"F.F.PBLOCK-BR4Riser diagram( pressure reducers)Ref [4]
  • 85. 851 85FLOATVALVE11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PMECH.ROOM2UPPERDOMESTICWATERTANK3*10000litres(P.ETANKS)1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P3"1"C.W.P11/4"C.W.Pp.r1"C.W.P3"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PFLOATVALVEp.r11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P15TH.FLOOR16TH.FLOOR17TH.FLOOR1"C.W.P1"C.W.P1"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"18TH.FLOOR19TH.FLOORDrainpipe
  • 86. 861 862"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P 2"C.W.PIndirectpumpingsystemCasestudy(II)BLOCK-BLOWERDOMESTICWATERTANKPOTABLEWATERFROMMAINCITY11/4"G.S.P11/4"G.S.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"G.S.P3/4"C.W.P11/4"WELLWATERPIPE2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PDOMESTICWATERPUMPINGSTATIOND.W.P-B20m3/HR@95mEACH3"3"DP-pumpD.W.P.L11/2"C.W.P21/2"DOMESTICWATERPUMPINGLINE11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"GENERALSERVICEPIPEGRD.FLOOR1"C.W.P11/4"G.S.P11/4"G.S.P11/4"G.S.P2ND.FLOOR3RD.FLOOR1ST.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"3*10000litres(P.ETANKS)UPPERDOMESTICWATERTANKGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P6TH.FLOOR4TH.FLOOR5TH.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P8TH.FLOOR7TH.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PD.W.P.L11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PDelay-Float ValveMECH.ROOM311/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P3"11/4"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)GLOBEVALVE(TYP.)11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P21/2"11/4"C.W.PGLOBEVALVE(TYP.)10TH.FLOOR11TH.FLOOR9TH.FLOOR11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P14TH.FLOOR13TH.FLOOR12TH.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"C.W.PONESTANDBYWITHPRESSURETANK200L2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"DrainpipeELECTRICFLOATVALVEUPPERDOMESTICWATERTANK4*10000litres(P.ETANKS)11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PMECH.ROOM23"11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PDelayfloat-valve11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P16TH.FLOOR17TH.FLOOR15TH.FLOOR11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P19TH.FLOOR18TH.FLOOR3"11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PONESTANDBYWITHPRESSURETANK200L11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PBOOSTERUNIT(TYPR2-R3)PUMPS-6.8m3/HR@15mHEAD11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P3"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P22ND.FLOOR20TH.FLOOR21ST.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P2"C.W.P2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P24TH.FLOOR23RD.FLOOR2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/4"C.W.P11/2"C.W.P11/4"C.W.PROOFR2BOOSTERUNIT(TYPR1-R4)PUMPS-9m3/HR@15mHEAD2*7500litres(P.ETANKS)UPPERDOMESTICWATERTANKBLOCK-BR1ELECTRICFLOATVALVE3"ELECTRICFLOATVALVEMECH.ROOM14"C.W.P2"FROMD.W.P-B4"C.W.PBLOCKB3"R3UPPERROOFUPPERDOMESTICWATERTANK2*7500litres(P.ETANKS)3"C.W.P4"F.F.PBLOCK-BR4Riser diagram(Break pressure tanks II)Ref [4]
  • 87. 871 87
  • 88. 881 88PRV
  • 89. 891 89Pressure Reducer Valve PRVPressure Reducer Valve PRV
  • 90. 901 90
  • 91. 911 91The head loss due to pipe frictionThe head loss due to pipe friction& fittings& fittingsReview your “lecture notes” .Ref [5] Chap.9-10Or refer to [10]
  • 92. 921 92Now !!After completing the above chapters you should be able to :1- Calculate the daily water requirement for the given project & thecapacity of the overhead & underground tanks.2- Recognize the drawing of water distribution system inside the flat.3- Selecting the type of the riser diagram i.e. Direct or indirectwater supply. Sizing the riser diagram. Sizing the pipes inside thebathrooms etc..4- Justified if the hydrostatic pressure at the inlet of the flat isenough to overcome losses + the+ the surplus pressure to operates thesurplus pressure to operates themost critical fixturemost critical fixture ..55-- Do we need a booster pump for top roof?Do we need a booster pump for top roof?66--Do we need a breakDo we need a break --pressure tank or pressure reducing valve ?pressure tank or pressure reducing valve ?Now move on to the next part“Pump selection”
  • 93. 931 93Design of pumping supply system to a buildingIn engineering practice, the process of pipe sizingand component selection is an iterative one ,requiring the design engineer to first assume initialvalues :( the velocity , pressure and allowablepressure loss ) and recalculate if necessary usingnew values if the initial assumption was provedwrong .The pipe sizing is estimated easily using the pipeflow charts followed by a simple calculation todetermine the pumps power. Usually, the equalfriction loss method is the simplest method usedwhich gives acceptable results.
  • 94. 941 94The following procedure is used whenestimating the pipe size and pumps duty (based on equal friction loss rate )1) Prepare the drawing of the piping /pumping system, measure th1) Prepare the drawing of the piping /pumping system, measure theelength of the pipe connecting thelength of the pipe connecting the underground tankunderground tank to theto the overhead (overhead (delivery ) tankdelivery ) tank and count all fittingsand count all fittings along the way .along the way .2) Find the required volume flow rate for each flat. Then,2) Find the required volume flow rate for each flat. Then, add themadd themup to obtain the total flow rate at the peak demand . The probup to obtain the total flow rate at the peak demand . The probableablewater demand for each flat is determined based on the number ofwater demand for each flat is determined based on the number ofoccupants or based on the total fixture units. ( It is not alwayoccupants or based on the total fixture units. ( It is not always easy tos easy toknow the number of occupants in the early stage , so the seconknow the number of occupants in the early stage , so the seconddmethod using themethod using the T.F.UsT.F.Us becomes more reliable )becomes more reliable ) ..3) Since the equal friction loss method is used , choose a val3) Since the equal friction loss method is used , choose a value of frictionue of frictionloss rate for theloss rate for the main riser pipe based on the following limits :main riser pipe based on the following limits :a ) The recommended friction loss rate is between length or (2a ) The recommended friction loss rate is between length or (2 --5 Psi per5 Psi per100 ft ).100 ft ).b ) The velocity in the main should not exceedb ) The velocity in the main should not exceed 1.21.2--1.8 m / s ( say 1.5 m/s1.8 m / s ( say 1.5 m/s)) in small systems , orin small systems , or 2.42.4-- 3 m / s3 m / s in larger systems . The velocity inin larger systems . The velocity inoccupied areas should not exceedoccupied areas should not exceed 2.4 m/s2.4 m/s, so as to prevent noise., so as to prevent noise.
  • 95. 951 95Design of pumping supply system to abuilding ( con’t)4) Select a4) Select a pipe sizepipe size from the pipe flowchartsfrom the pipe flowchartsbased on the above limits . We could also preparebased on the above limits . We could also preparetables which present the pipe diameters , frictiontables which present the pipe diameters , frictionfactor and flow rate . The tables are regarded asfactor and flow rate . The tables are regarded asmore accurate but the pipe flowcharts are moremore accurate but the pipe flowcharts are moreconvenient.convenient.5) Continuing along the circuit chosen , select the5) Continuing along the circuit chosen , select thesucceeding pipe sizes . This should be donesucceeding pipe sizes . This should be doneaccording to the following guides:according to the following guides:Determine by inspection which branch will be theDetermine by inspection which branch will be thelongest, or have the greatest equivalent length .longest, or have the greatest equivalent length .Calculate the pressure dropCalculate the pressure drop in the longest circuit.in the longest circuit.
  • 96. 961 96Design of pumping supply system to abuilding ( con’t)66--Calculate :Calculate :a) The total effective lengtha) The total effective length E.LE.L which is:which is:The actual pipe length + Equivalent length (due toThe actual pipe length + Equivalent length (due tofittings and valves etc.).fittings and valves etc.).b) The total head loss or pressure dropb) The total head loss or pressure drop hLhL is :is :The head loss per unit of length is about (The head loss per unit of length is about (5 ft5 ftw./100 ft )w./100 ft ) multiplied bymultiplied by the effective length .the effective length .L L Leff e. = + ∑h h LL eff= ×1 .
  • 97. 971 97Design of pumping supply system to abuilding ( con’t)7) The approximated7) The approximated pump s power is then calculatedpump s power is then calculatedas follows :as follows :The head delivered by the pump or the total head of theThe head delivered by the pump or the total head of thepump: which is equal to the static head + the totalpump: which is equal to the static head + the totalhead loss ( case of open tanks ).head loss ( case of open tanks ).The theoretical power requirement (Water power) isThe theoretical power requirement (Water power) isP =P = γγxx hhAAxx QQVV ..(Where(Where γγ is the specific weight of water,is the specific weight of water, hhAA is theis thepump head in m andpump head in m and QQVV is the operating discharge mis the operating discharge m33/s/s). The operating discharge is taken from the). The operating discharge is taken from theintersection of the pump characteristic curve with theintersection of the pump characteristic curve with thepipe system curve.pipe system curve.LtsA hhh +=
  • 98. 981 98Safety MarginTo avoid any miscalculation during pump selection, itTo avoid any miscalculation during pump selection, itis recommended to apply a safety margin ofis recommended to apply a safety margin ofaround 5% for the estimated flow rate & 10 % foraround 5% for the estimated flow rate & 10 % forthe estimated head.the estimated head.For example :For example :Estimated Flow rate Q = 30 L/s & Head 25 mEstimated Flow rate Q = 30 L/s & Head 25 mThe recommended flow & head will be :The recommended flow & head will be :Q= 30L/s +5% , & H =25m +10%Q= 30L/s +5% , & H =25m +10%
  • 99. 991 99Design of pumping supply system to abuilding ( con’t)88-- The shaft power of the pump can be determinedThe shaft power of the pump can be determinedby dividing water power by the pump efficiency.by dividing water power by the pump efficiency.0ηγ VA QhPowerMotorPump××=The motor power of the pump can be determinedby dividing water power by the overall pumpoverall pumpefficiency.ηγ VA QhPowerPump××=
  • 100. 1001 100The most popular types ofThe most popular types ofcentrifugal pump used for coldcentrifugal pump used for coldwater supply systems in buildingswater supply systems in buildingsare:are:For further details Refer to Ref [10]For further details Refer to Ref [10]
  • 101. 1011 101Vertical Multistage PumpsVertical Multistage Pumps
  • 102. 1021 102Horizontal multistage pump
  • 103. 1031 103VerticalVertical –– Line shaft submergedLine shaft submerged--pumpspumpsThe usual pumping depth isThe usual pumping depth isaboutabout 120 m120 m. Nowadays, a. Nowadays, adepth ofdepth of 250 m250 m can becan beobtained with multistageobtained with multistageturbinesturbines..••This kind of pumps is usedThis kind of pumps is usedfor clean water, sewagefor clean water, sewageirrigation and fire fittings,irrigation and fire fittings,etc.etc.••A broad selection of driverA broad selection of driverheads is available to drive theheads is available to drive thepumps by most common primepumps by most common primemovers.movers.••High performance and lowHigh performance and lowmaintenance.maintenance.
  • 104. 1041 104TURBINE, VERTICAL TYPE, MULTISTAGE,DEEP WELL, SUBMERSIBLEThese pumps develop high headThese pumps develop high headby using a series of smallby using a series of smallimpellers rather than a largeimpellers rather than a largesingle one. The characteristicsingle one. The characteristiccurves for such pumps dependcurves for such pumps dependupon the number of stages orupon the number of stages orimpellers. Each impeller has theimpellers. Each impeller has thesame characteristic curve andsame characteristic curve andthe final curve is obtained bythe final curve is obtained byadding them up. The total headadding them up. The total headat a given discharge is the sumat a given discharge is the sumof individual heads (case ofof individual heads (case ofseries pumps). This kind ofseries pumps). This kind ofpumps may deliver the liquid uppumps may deliver the liquid upfromfrom 400 to 500 m400 to 500 m depth.depth.These pumps are commonly usedThese pumps are commonly usedin tube wells, deep open wells,in tube wells, deep open wells,etc.etc.
  • 105. 1051 105SUBMERSIBLE PUMPFor high heads and low flow.DEEP WELLDEEP WELL
  • 106. 1061 106Booster pumpPackages
  • 107. 1071 107Boosted water directly to each floor.Boosted water directly to each floor.This method of providing high rise buildings with water suppliesThis method of providing high rise buildings with water supplies is more common, as it does not require electrical wiringis more common, as it does not require electrical wiringfrom ground/basement where the booster pump is situated to the hfrom ground/basement where the booster pump is situated to the high level tank room where the float switches are located inigh level tank room where the float switches are located inthe storage tank and drinking water header.the storage tank and drinking water header.There are a number of specialist pump manufacturers who offer waThere are a number of specialist pump manufacturers who offer water pressurization plant similar to that shown in theter pressurization plant similar to that shown in thepressurization unit drawing.The cold water down service will reqpressurization unit drawing.The cold water down service will require pressure reduction at intervals of five storeys to avoiduire pressure reduction at intervals of five storeys to avoidexcessive pressures at the draw off points. The pressure vesselexcessive pressures at the draw off points. The pressure vessel is sized to hold the calculated quantity of water, asis sized to hold the calculated quantity of water, asa rule of thumb the vessel capacity is abouta rule of thumb the vessel capacity is about 15 minute15 minutess the actual discharge.the actual discharge.As water is drawn off through the high level fittings, the wateAs water is drawn off through the high level fittings, the water level in ther level in thevessel falls. At a predetermined low level a pressure switch actvessel falls. At a predetermined low level a pressure switch activates the booster pump.ivates the booster pump.The capacity of the pneumatic pressure tankThe capacity of the pneumatic pressure tank ::( Auto-pneumatic, pressurizedsystem )The net volume = Qmax.× T , where Qmax= Peak water demand ,T = 15 minutes storage of Qmax, where P2and P1are the Maximum and minimum allowableoperating pressure in absolute values.admissionofDegreevolumenetV =min212PPPadmissionofDegree−=Ref[1]
  • 108. 1081 108Booster pump, pressurized system“balloon” type
  • 109. 1091 109Booster Pump, Pressurized System “Balloon” TypeUsed for direct supplysystem , e.g. Villa etc..
  • 110. 1101 110ExampleRef [4]
  • 111. 1111 111Sphere booster UnitsIs used for boosting theIs used for boosting thewater to top floors, whenwater to top floors, whenthe hydrostatic pressurethe hydrostatic pressureat the inlet of the flat isat the inlet of the flat isless than the recommendedless than the recommendedpressure requirement .pressure requirement .Location : In the attic orLocation : In the attic oron the roof.on the roof.As a rule of thumb the vesselAs a rule of thumb the vesselcapacity is aboutcapacity is about 2 minute2 minutess thetheactual pump discharge.actual pump discharge.
  • 112. 1121 112Domino boosterIs used for boosting theIs used for boosting thewater to top floors, whenwater to top floors, whenthe hydrostatic pressurethe hydrostatic pressureat the inlet of the flat isat the inlet of the flat isless than the recommendedless than the recommendedpressure requirement .pressure requirement .LocationLocation : In the attic or: In the attic oron the roof.on the roof.Ref [7]
  • 113. 1131 113valvevalveStatic (hs)D ?D ?Estimated pump’sdischarge Gpm or m 3/h EstimatedEstimatedPump ‘sPump ‘sHead mHead mDischarge & pressure headDischarge & pressure headEach pump drawing should have the value of H & Q .
  • 114. 1141 114••QQ--H curveH curve••Efficiency curveEfficiency curve••Shaft power curveShaft power curve••NPSHNPSHReview of the PerformanceReview of the PerformanceCharacteristics curves of aCharacteristics curves of awater centrifugal pumpwater centrifugal pumpReviewReview
  • 115. 1151 11511-- Head capacity curveHead capacity curve••The available head produced by the pumpThe available head produced by the pumpdecreases as the discharge increases.decreases as the discharge increases.••At Q= 0, the corresponding head is calledAt Q= 0, the corresponding head is calledshut off head point (1)shut off head point (1)•• Point (2) is called run out point belowPoint (2) is called run out point belowwhich the pump cannot operatewhich the pump cannot operate..&should be shut down&should be shut down““endend--of curveof curve””
  • 116. 1161 11622-- Efficiency curveEfficiency curveThe efficiency of a centrifugal pump is the ratio of waterpower to brake power.powerShaftpowerWaterP =ηTheThe highest efficiency of a pumphighest efficiency of a pumpoccurs at the flow where theoccurs at the flow where theincidence angle of the fluid enteringincidence angle of the fluid enteringthe hydraulic passages bestthe hydraulic passages bestmatches with the blade angle. Thematches with the blade angle. Theoperating condition where a pumpoperating condition where a pumpdesign has its highest efficiency isdesign has its highest efficiency isreferred to as the best efficiencyreferred to as the best efficiencypointpoint B.E.PB.E.P..
  • 117. 1171 11733-- Power curvePower curveThe shaft power is determined in order to select a motor for theThe shaft power is determined in order to select a motor for the pump.pump.The shaft power can be determined directly from the manufacturerThe shaft power can be determined directly from the manufacturer’’sscatalogue plot or calculated from the following formulacatalogue plot or calculated from the following formula ::ηγ QHPowershaft ××=From the equation, it is clear that the mainFrom the equation, it is clear that the mainparameter affecting the shaft power is theparameter affecting the shaft power is thedischarge and not the headdischarge and not the head. This is becau. This is becauof the increase in the discharge for the sameof the increase in the discharge for the samepipe diameter leading to additional lossespipe diameter leading to additional losseswhich need more power to drive the pumpwhich need more power to drive the pump..
  • 118. 1181 11844-- NPSHNPSH required curverequired curve,The NPSHR required increases with an increase in discharge.Operating the pump near the runrun--outout point should be avoidedas the NPSHR value is highIt may lead to cavitation problem.The Net Positive Suction Head Required is the minimum energyrequired at the suction flange for the pump to operate satisfactorilyaway from cavitationcavitation problem .
  • 119. 1191 119How to draw the pipe systemresistance curves?
  • 120. 1201 120In order to size the discharge pipe which feed the roof tanks , thefollowing data are needed:1- The capacity of the roof tanks2- The pumping rate.N.B. To avoid disturbance & noise the Pumping time is limited to 4 hours/day ( CIBSE B4).If for example , the Pump has to refill the empty overhead tank in 4hours ,the pumping rate becomes 40 m3 / 4 h = 10 m3 /h.If however ,the Pump has to refill the empty overhead tank in 2 hoursThe pumping rate becomes 20 m3/h .Decision has to be made by the consultant engineer to determine thepumping time ,for example one or two hours .The pumping rate is not the operating point or duty point of the pump.It is an estimated value used to estimate the flow rate in the pipe. Theactual pump discharge is obtained from =>Intersection of the pipesystem curve and pump performance curve.Refer to your ” Lecture notes “ [Ref [6] “ .Sizing the discharge pipe of the pumpSizing the discharge pipe of the pump& the Pumping Rate& the Pumping Rate
  • 121. 1211 121The estimated pump’ s headThe estimated pump’ s headAs it is known that , the role of the pump is toAs it is known that , the role of the pump is toovercome loss + elevation difference + dynamicovercome loss + elevation difference + dynamichead.head.••The elevation difference represents the total staticThe elevation difference represents the total statichead whead which is the vertical distance between the watersurface level of the suction and discharge tanks.•• The dynamic head is too small, practically it canThe dynamic head is too small, practically it canbe neglected.be neglected.gVZZhh LA.22212 +−+=
  • 122. 1221 122““Operating point or duty pointOperating point or duty point ““At this point the headAt this point the headrequired from the pumprequired from the pump= the head given by the= the head given by thepump .Also At this pointpump .Also At this pointthe pump would deliverthe pump would deliverthe maximum dischargethe maximum dischargeQQmaxmax ..A centrifugal pump operating in a given system will deliver a flA centrifugal pump operating in a given system will deliver a flow rateow ratecorresponding to the intersection of its headcorresponding to the intersection of its head--capacity curve with the pipecapacity curve with the pipesystem curve. The intersection point is calledsystem curve. The intersection point is called ““ Duty point or operating pointDuty point or operating point””
  • 123. 1231 123Pump selection limitations17 L/s17 L/s15 L/s15 L/s13 L/s13 L/s
  • 124. 1241 124““Pump selectionPump selection ““Pump is selected based on the B.E.P. or nearly so .Pump is selected based on the B.E.P. or nearly so .
  • 125. 1251 125The best efficiency pointThe best efficiency point ((B.E.P.) is the pointB.E.P.) is the pointof highest efficiency of the pumpof highest efficiency of the pumpcurve , which is thecurve , which is thedesign operating point.design operating point.The pump is selected to operateThe pump is selected to operatenear or at the B.E.Pnear or at the B.E.P. However ,. However ,thethe pump ends up operating overpump ends up operating overwide range of its curve, that iswide range of its curve, that isdue to the pipe system curvedue to the pipe system curvechanges ( case of valve maneuverchanges ( case of valve maneuveror branches pipes usingor branches pipes usingmotorized valve, static headmotorized valve, static headdeviation etc..deviation etc..
  • 126. 1261 126Pump’s powerMonoMono--blockblock
  • 127. 1271 127mV hQVAPVFpowerwater ××=××=×= γPPSηpowerwater. =The hydraulic power or water power is given by:The hydraulic power or water power is given by:efficiencyMotorefficiencyonTransmissiefficiencyPumppowerWaterpowerInput××=Pump efficiency & motor power is selected from thePump efficiency & motor power is selected from the manufacturer cataloguesmanufacturer catalogues..For Example ; The Transmition efficiencyFor Example ; The Transmition efficiency is taken as follows:is taken as follows:11-- Case of shaft coupling =Case of shaft coupling = 11 ,,22-- Case of flat belt Transmition =Case of flat belt Transmition = 0.9 to 0.930.9 to 0.9333-- Case of VCase of V--belt Transmition =belt Transmition = 0.930.93-- 0.950.95..
  • 128. 1281 128•• Example:Example:••UP to 7.5 kW addUP to 7.5 kW add 20%20%•• From 7.5From 7.5 -- 40 kW add approximately40 kW add approximately 15%15%••From 40 kW and above add approximatelyFrom 40 kW and above add approximately10%.10%.There is no simple rule of thumb in motor selection.. EachThere is no simple rule of thumb in motor selection.. Eachmanufacturer suggest a safety margent for their motormanufacturer suggest a safety margent for their motorselection.selection.Example:Example: KSB pump catalogueKSB pump catalogue presents the followspresents the followsestimation values :estimation values :Motor Power selectionMotor Power selection
  • 129. 1291 129RequiredRequiredPump’s ShaftPump’s ShaftpowerpowerConstant speedConstant speedMonoblockMonoblock-- PumpPumpManufacturerManufacturerPump’s powerPump’s powerEnd curveEnd curvePump’s powerPump’s power
  • 130. 1301 130Class exerciseSelect the size of the pump from the coverage chart shown inSelect the size of the pump from the coverage chart shown inthe accompanied figure , assuming that , the estimated headthe accompanied figure , assuming that , the estimated headand discharge are h= 30 m & Q= 30 mand discharge are h= 30 m & Q= 30 m33/h respectively./h respectively.SolutionSolution::Enter the chart at Q= 30 mEnter the chart at Q= 30 m33/h and move vertically up to the/h and move vertically up to theline of intersection withline of intersection withh= 30 m. The selection charts give the following pumph= 30 m. The selection charts give the following pumpselections for the present data:selections for the present data:CN 40CN 40--160 or CN40160 or CN40--200 at n =2900 rpm. The CN40200 at n =2900 rpm. The CN40--160 is160 isselected for the reason of economy.selected for the reason of economy.After this preliminary selection, you will be able to analyze thAfter this preliminary selection, you will be able to analyze theeperformance characteristic curve CN40performance characteristic curve CN40--160160CN: Standard motorCN: Standard motor40 mm delivery output40 mm delivery output160 mm impeller diameter160 mm impeller diameter
  • 131. 1311 131m3/hr
  • 132. 1321 132A centrifugal pump is used to supply water to the overhead tanklocated at the top of a 10- floor building . The capacity of theoverhead tank is 30 m3.1- Estimate the size of the rising main to overhead tank.2- Select the most suitable pump from the Lawora- pumpcatalogues.3- Estimate the power required which fits the water pipe system.4- Discuss the results.Assuming that:The total length of the pipe is 50 m.The elevation difference is 31 m. ( from minimum water level of theunderground level up to the top Float switch of the overhead tank)2 gate valves full open and 6 (90 standard elbows) and one checkvalve swing type. Other losses are neglected.The maximum running time of the pump is about 2 hours /day.The pumping of water is controlled automatically using automaticwater level switches.Class exerciseClass exercise
  • 133. 1331 133Class exerciseA centrifugal pump is used to supply water to aA centrifugal pump is used to supply water to a1010-- floor building, which consists of 35 flats.floor building, which consists of 35 flats.Each flat is occupied by 6 persons.Each flat is occupied by 6 persons.11--Work out the daily water requirement, theWork out the daily water requirement, theunderground and overhead tank capacity.underground and overhead tank capacity.Assuming that, each person requires 35 gal ofAssuming that, each person requires 35 gal ofwater / per day.water / per day.22-- Estimate the pumping rate of the pump.Estimate the pumping rate of the pump.The pumping of water is controlled automaticallyThe pumping of water is controlled automaticallyusing automatic water level switches.using automatic water level switches.
  • 134. 1341 134Variable Speed PumpsDriven by FrequencyConverters .Direct supply system . UsedIn Hotels , villas , Hospitaletc..
  • 135. 1351 135SpeedSpeedreductionreductionPump’sPump’sShaftShaftpowerpower
  • 136. 1361 136Using constant speed centrifugal pumpUsing constant speed centrifugal pump,it is not possible to get,it is not possible to get a const flow ratea const flow rateunder variable pressure condition.under variable pressure condition.(@BEP)(@BEP)Using constant speed centrifugal pumpUsing constant speed centrifugal pump,it is not possible to get a,it is not possible to get a constconstpressurepressure under variable flow.under variable flow. (@BEP)(@BEP)Variable speed pump accompanied withfrequency inverter (VFD) can do So!SummarySummary
  • 137. 1371 137It can save energyIt can generate a constant pressure at variable flowQHVFD-pump can maintaining a constantpressure at variable flowIt can avoid water-hammer dueto pump stopping graduallyThe RPM increases orThe RPM increases ordecreases automatically todecreases automatically tokeep the pressure constantkeep the pressure constantRef [7]
  • 138. 1381 138Compensation for system losses (according systemcurve)Using a differentialUsing a differentialpressure transmitter, thepressure transmitter, thepump ispump is balancingbalancing thethefriction losses of systemfriction losses of systemcurve.curve.It canIt can save energysave energy up toup to60 %60 % versus a full speedversus a full speedpump.pump.QHAs the discharge increases theAs the discharge increases thepressure increases topressure increases tocompensate for the addedcompensate for the addedfriction losses in the system.friction losses in the system.Ref [7]
  • 139. 1391 139Maintaining a constant flow rateIt can guarantee aIt can guarantee aconstant flowconstant flow atatvariable headvariable headIt can avoid toIt can avoid to run outrun out ofofthe curve when thethe curve when thesystem needs low headsystem needs low headIt canIt can save energysave energyQHAs the discharge changes .TheAs the discharge changes .TheVFD increase the rpm i.e. theVFD increase the rpm i.e. thepressure to maintain apressure to maintain aconstant discharge.constant discharge.Ref [7]
  • 140. 1401 140What happens to Flow, Head and Power withSpeed?Q ~ RPMQ ~ RPMH ~ RPMH ~ RPM22SP ~ RPMSP ~ RPM33
  • 141. 1411 141
  • 142. 1421 142Affinity laws (For the same pump)
  • 143. 1431 143Doubling the pump rotationalDoubling the pump rotationalspeedspeed leads to:leads to:11-- Double the discharge.Double the discharge.22-- Increase the total headIncrease the total headvalue by a factor ofvalue by a factor of 4.4.33-- Increase the power by aIncrease the power by afactor offactor of 88..Affinity lawsAffinity laws
  • 144. 1441 144A pump delivers 2000 L /min. of wateragainst a head of 20m at a efficiency of 70% and running at shaft rotational speed of3000 rpm. Estimate the new pumpcharacteristics if the rotational speed ofthe shaft is changed to 4000 rpm. Assumethe pump efficiency is constant .Class Exercise
  • 145. 1451 145Summary of Exercise :
  • 146. 1461 146Assume that,the Pumpingtime is 4 hoursConsider a 15-floor building with four flats ( three bedroom) each floor. Each flathaving one drinking water point. Minimum mains water pressure is 2 bar ( gauge) andfloor heights are 3 m. Calculate 1) Cold water storage tank capacity 2) booster pumphead & flow 3) Select a pump from Lawora catalogue ( using 4psi/100 ft) . Assuming5 standard elbow , 2 gate valves , one check valve ( swing type) . Other losses areneglected. Pipe material is galvanized steel.Home workHome workAssume missingdata if any.
  • 147. 1471 147Assume that,the Pumpingtime is 3 hoursA 30-storey office block having a central toilet accommodation . Each flooroccupied by 100 person . Floor to floor height is 3 m. Select a pump for thisconfiguration using the velocity limitation method. Assuming 5 standard elbow, 2 gate valves , one check valve ( swing type) . Other losses are neglected.Pipe material is galvanized steelHome workHome workAssume missingdata if any.
  • 148. 1481 148Next lectureHot water distribution system in buildingHot water distribution system in building