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    اقتباس المشاركة الأصلية كتبت بواسطة مصطفى الوكيل مشاهدة المشاركة
    أخى العزيز شكرا على حرصك وغيرتك والحقيقة أننى أخذته من فترة طويلة من أحد الزملاء ، وكان ثقة وراجعت بعض الآيات فوجدتها صحيحة تماما وفى أماكن مختلفة ، كما أنه مترجم بواسطة الدكتور محمد تقى الدين الهلالي ، والدكتور محمد محسن خان ، وقد سألت عنهم بعض الإخوة الباكستان والهنود وكثير منهم يعرفونهم ، ولا أذكي على الله أحدا ، ولا أعلم أكثر من هذا ، ومن يجد فيه غير ماأنزل على سيدنا محمد فى كتاب الله الكريم ، فليخبرنا ، والله أعلم




    welcome to the noble qur'an - english translation


    the noble qur'an (english) is translated by dr. Muhammad taqi-ud-din al-hilali, ph.d. & dr. Muhammad muhsin khan. This application is the electronic version of their work.

    بارك الله فيك يا باشمهندس و اشكر لك حرصك قبلى على التاكد من محتواه
    انت فعلا نعم المعلم و ارجو ان اجد كل امتنا العربيه مثلك
    اول مره اشوف مدير بيحب التكنولوجيا :)

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    ليكن اخر كلامنا فى كل مجلس هو دعاء كفاره المجلس
    سبحانك اللهم و بحمدك... اشهد ان لا اله الا انت... استغفرك و اتوب ا
    ليك

    من طلب رضا الله بسخط الناس
    رضى عنه الله و ارضى عنه الناس
    و من طلب رضا الناس بسخط الله
    سخط عليه الله و اسخط عليه الناس



    استحضار النيه (مهم جدا للجميع)


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    الأخ الكريم مهندس / zanitty

    شكرا جزيلا على كلماتك وأتمنى من الله أن أكون على المستوى الذى تقول

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    الحقيقه موضوع متميز من عضو اكثر تميز
    جزاك الله خيرا

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    الشــــــــكر شئ اكيد.......
    وفى انتظــــــــــــــــــــــــــارالمزيد.

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    تسلم يا اخي العزيز عالمشاركة الحلوة اللة انشالله ميحرمنه منكم

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    ضغط التفرغ موجب
    اما اقصى ضغط يمكن الوصول الية هو الصفر
    لا يذيد عن ذلك لان بعدها نكون قد اخرجنا كل اجزاء المادة من الاناء و ذلك يعتمد على قدرة طلمبة التفريغ

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    Ram Pump

    سؤال جديد عن الطلمبات Pumps
    ماهى الـــ Ram Pump من حيث التكوين ونظرية العمل وضغطها وإستخداماتها


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    How a Hydraulic Ram Pump works
    The concept behind the ram idea is a "water hammer" shock wave. Water has weight, so a volume of water moving at a certain speed has momentum - it doesn't want to stop immediately. If a car runs into a brick wall the result is crumpled metal. If a moving water flow in a pipe encounters a suddenly closed valve, a pressure "spike" or increase suddenly appears due to all the water being stopped abruptly (that's what water hammer is - the pressure spike). If you turn a valve off in your house quickly, you may hear a small "thump" in the pipes. That's water hammer. Here's how the hydraulic ram pump actually works, step-by-step:


    (1) Water (blue arrows) starts flowing through the drive pipe and out of the "waste" valve (#4 on the diagram), which is open initially. Water flows faster and faster through the pipe and out of the valve. (Click here to see an actual image of an operating ram pump for this step.)

    (2) At some point, water is moving so quickly through the brass swing check "waste" valve (#4) that it grabs the swing check's flapper, pulling it up and slamming it shut. The water in the pipe is moving quickly and doesn't want to stop. All that water weight and momentum is stopped, though, by the valve slamming shut. That makes a high pressure spike (red arrows) at the closed valve. The high pressure spike forces some water (blue arrows) through the spring check valve (#5 on the diagram) and into the pressure chamber. This increases the pressure in that chamber slightly. The pressure "spike" the pipe has nowhere else to go, so it begins moving away from the waste valve and back up the pipe (red arrows). It actually generates a very small velocity *backward* in the pipe. (Click here to see an actual image of an operating ram pump for this step. Note the drops of water still falling to the ground in the image.)

    (3) As the pressure wave or spike (red arrows) moves back up the pipe, it creates a lower pressure situation (green arrows) at the waste valve. The spring-loaded check valve (#5) closes as the pressure drops, retaining the pressure in the pressure chamber.

    (4) At some point this pressure (green arrows) becomes low enough that the flapper in the waste valve (#4) falls back down, opening the waste valve again. (Click here to see an actual image of a ram pump for this step.)

    (5) Most of the water hammer high pressure shock wave (red arrows) will release at the drive pipe inlet, which is open to the source water body. Some small portion may travel back down the drive pipe, but in any case after the shock wave has released, pressure begins to build again at the waste valve (#4) simply due to the elevation of the source water above the ram, and water begins to flow toward the hydraulic ram again.
    (6) Water begins to flow out of the waste valve (#4), and the process starts over once again.
    Steps 1 through 6 describe in layman's terms a complete cycle of a hydraulic ram pump. Pressure wave theory will explain the technical details of why a hydraulic ram pump works, but we only need to know it works. (One American company has been manufacturing and selling hydraulic rams since the 1880’s). The ram pump will usually go through this cycle about once a second, perhaps somewhat more quickly or more slowly depending on the installation.
    Each "pulse" or cycle pushes a little more pressure into the pressure chamber. If the outlet valve is left shut, the ram will build up to some maximum pressure (called shutoff head on pumps) and stop working.
    The ram is quite inefficient. Usually 8 gallons of water must pass through the waste valve for each 1 gallon of water pumped by the ram. That is acceptable for a creek or river situation, but may not be a good option for a pond that does not have a good spring flow.




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    This information is provided as a service to those wanting to build their own hydraulic ram pump. The data from our experiences with one of these home-made hydraulic ram pumps is listed in Table 4 near the bottom of this document. The typical cost of fittings for an 1-1/4" pump is currently $120.00 (U.S.A.) regardless of whether galvanized or PVC fittings are used.
    Table 1. Image Key
    1 1-1/4" valve 10 1/4" pipe cock 2 1-1/4" tee 11 100 psi gauge 3 1-1/4" union 12 1-1/4" x 6" nipple 4 1-1/4" brass swing check valve (picture) 13 4" x 1-1/4" bushing 5 1-1/4" spring check valve 14 4" coupling 6 3/4" tee 15 4" x 24" PR160 PVC pipe 7 3/4" valve 16 4" PVC glue cap 8 3/4" union 17 3/4" x 1/4" bushing 9 1-1/4" x 3/4" bushing

    All connectors between the fittings are threaded pipe nipples - usually 2" in length or shorter. This pump can be made from PVC fittings or galvanized steel. In either case, it is recommended that the 4" diameter fittings be PVC fittings to conserve weight.
    Conversion Note: 1" (1 inch) = 2.54 cm; 1 PSI (pound/square inch) = 6.895 KPa or 0.06895 bar; 1 gallon per minute = 3.78 liter per minute. PR160 PVC pipe is PVC pipe rated at 160 psi pressure.
    Click here to see an image-by-image explanation of how a hydraulic ram pump works
    Click here to see a short mpeg movie of an operating ram pump
    (Note - this is a 6.2 mb movie clip. On slower systems (11 mbps, etc.), it will load "piece-meal" the first time. Allow it to finish playing in this fashion, then press the play button again to see it in full motion with no "buffering" stops. Dial-up users may have to download the file to see it - simply right-click on the link, then select "Save Target As..." to save it to your computer. Downloading may take considerable time if you are on a slower dial-up system.)
    Assembly Notes:
    Pressure Chamber - A bicycle or "scooter tire" inner tube is placed inside the pressure chamber (part 15) as an "air bladder" to prevent water-logging or air-logging. Inflate the tube until it is "spongy" when squeezed, then insert it in the chamber. It should not be inflated very tightly, but have some "give" to it. Note that water will absorb air over time, so the inner tube is used to help prevent much of this absorbtion. You may find it necessary, however, to drain the ram pump occasionally to allow more air into the chamber. (The University of Warwick design (link below, pages 12-13) suggests the use of a "snifter" to allow air to be re-introduced to the ram during operation. Their design, however, is substantially different from the one offered here and provides a location (the branch of a tee) where the addition of a snifter is logical. This design does not. Also, correctly sizing the snifter valve (or hole as the case may be) can be problematical and may allow the addition of too much air, resulting in air in the drive pipe and ceasing of pumping operation. For these reasons we have elected not to include one in this design.)
    According to information provided by the University of Warwick (UK) ( http://www.eng.warwick.ac.uk/dtu/pubs/tr/lift/rptr12/tr12.pdf , page 14), the pressure chamber should have a minimum volume of 20 times the expected delivery flow per "cycle" of the pump, with 50 times the expected delivery being a better selection. The chart below provides some recommended minimum pressure chamber sizes based on 50 times the expected delivery flow per "cycle." Note that larger pressure chambers will have not have any negative impact on the pump performance (other than perhaps requiring a little more time to initially start the pump). Some of the lengths indicated are quite excessive, so you may prefer to use two or three pipes connected together in parallel to provide the required pressure chamber volume. Well pump pressure tanks will also work well - just make sure they have at least the minimum volume required.
    Table 2. Suggested Minimum Pressure Chamber Sizes
    (Based on ram pumps operating at 60 cycles per minute.)

    Drive Pipe
    Diameter
    (inches)
    Expected Flow
    Per Cycle
    (gallons)
    Pressure Chamber
    Volume Required

    (gallons) Length of Pipe Required for Pressure Chamber
    (for indicated pipe diameter)

    (lengths are in inches) 2 inch 2-1/2 inch 3 inch 4 inch 6 inch 8 inch 10 inch 12 inch 3/4 0.0042 0.21 15 11 7 -- -- -- -- -- 1 0.0125 0.63 45 32 21 -- -- -- -- -- 1-1/4 0.020 1.0 72 51 33 19 -- -- -- -- 1-1/2 0.030 1.5 105 74 48 27 -- -- -- -- 2 0.067 3.4 -- 170 110 62 27 16 -- -- 2-1/2 0.09 4.5 -- 230 148 85 37 22 14 -- 3 0.15 7.5 -- -- 245 140 61 36 23 16 4 0.30 15 -- -- -- 280 122 72 45 32 6 0.80 40 -- -- -- -- 325 190 122 85 8 1.60 80 -- -- -- -- -- 380 242 170 (Note - it is quite difficult to push a partially-inflated 16 inch bicycle inner tube into a 3 inch PVC pipe. Due to this we suggest the pressure chamber be a minimum of 3 inches in diameter.)
    A 4" threaded plug and 4" female adapter were originally used instead of the 4" glue-on cap shown in the image, This combination leaked regardless of how tightly it was tightened or how much teflon tape sealant was used, resulting in water-logging of the pressure chamber. This in turn dramatically increased the shock waves and could possibly have shortened pump life. If the bicycle tube should need to be serviced when using the glue cap design, the pipe may be cut in half then re-glued together using a coupling.

    Valve Operation Descriptions - Valve #1 is the drive water inlet for the pump. Union #8 is the exit point for the pressurized water. Swing check valve #4 is also known as the "impetus" or "waste" valve - the extra drive water exits here during operation. The "impetus" valve is the valve that is operated manually at the beginning (by pushing it in with a finger) to charge the ram and start normal operation.

    Valves #1 and #7 could be ball valves instead of gate valves. Ball valves may withstand the shock waves of the pump better over a long period of time.

    The swing check valve (part 4 - also known as the impetus valve) can be adjusted to vary the length of stroke (please note that maximum flow and pressure head will be achieved with this valve positioned vertically, with the opening facing up). Turn the valve on the threads until the pin in the clapper hinge of the valve is in line with the pipe (instead of perpendicular to it). Then move the tee the valve is attached to slightly away from vertical, making sure the clapper hinge in the swing check is toward the top of the valve as you do this. The larger the angle from vertical, the shorter the stroke period (and the less potential pressure, since the water will not reach as high a velocity before shutting the valve). For maximum flow and pressure valve #4 should be in a vertical position (the outlet pointed straight up).

    Swing check valve #4 should always be brass (or some metal) and not plastic. Experiences with plastic or PVC swing check valves have shown that the "flapper" or "clapper" in these valves is very light weight and therefore closes much earlier than the "flapper" of a comparable brass swing check. This in turn would mean lower flow rates and lower pressure heads.

    The pipe cock (part 10) is in place to protect the gauge after the pump is started. It is turned off after the pump has been started and is operating normally. Turn it on if needed to check the outlet pressure, then turn it back off to protect the gauge.

    Drive Pipe - The length of the drive pipe (from water source to pump) also affects the stroke period. A longer drive pipe provides a longer stroke period. There are maximum and minimum lengths for the drive pipe (see the paragraph below Table 2). The drive pipe is best made from galvanized steel (more rigid is better) but schedule 40 PVC can be used with good results. The more rigid galvanized pipe will result in a higher pumping efficiency and allow higher pumping heights. Rigidity of the drive pipe seems to be more important in this efficiency than straightness of the drive pipe.

    Drive pipe length and size ratios are apparently based on empirical data. Information from University of Georgia publications (see footnote) provides an equation from Calvert (1958), which describes the output and stability of ram pump installations based on the ratio of the drive pipe length (L) to the drive pipe diameter (D). The best range is an L/D ratio of between 150 and 1000 (L/D = 150 to L/D = 1000). Equations to use to determine these lengths are:
    Minimum inlet pipe length: L = 150 x (inlet pipe size)
    Maximum inlet pipe length: L = 1000 x (inlet pipe size)
    If the inlet pipe size is in inches, then the length (L) will also be presented in inches. If inlet pipe size is in mm, then L will be presented in mm.
    Drive Pipe Length Example: If the drive pipe is 1-1/4 inches (1.25 inches) in diameter, then the minimum length should be L = 150 x 1.25 = 187.5 inches (or about 15.6 feet). The maximum length for the same 1-1/4 inch drive pipe would be L = 1000 x 1.25 = 1250 inches (104 feet). The drive pipe should be as rigid and as straight as possible.

    Stand pipe or no stand pipe? Many hydraulic ram installations show a "stand pipe" installed on the inlet pipe. The purpose of this pipe is to allow the water hammer shock wave to dissipate at a given point. Stand pipes are only necessary if the inlet pipe will be longer than the recommended maximum length (for instance, in the previous example a stand pipe may be required if the inlet pipe were to be 150 feet in length, but the maximum inlet length was determined to be only 104 feet). The stand pipe - if needed - is generally placed in the line the same distance from the ram as the recommended maximum length indicated.
    The stand pipe must be vertical and extend vertically at least 1 foot (0.3 meter) higher than the elevation of the water source - no water should exit the pipe during operation (or perhaps only a few drops during each shock wave cycle at most). Many recommendations suggest that the stand pipe should be 3 sizes larger than the inlet pipe. The supply pipe (between the stand pipe and the water source) should be 1 size larger than the inlet pipe.
    The reason behind this is simple - if the inlet pipe is too long, the water hammer shock wave will travel farther, slowing down the pumping pulses of the ram. Also, in many instances there may actually be interference with the operation of the pump due to the length of travel of the shock wave. The stand pipe simply allows an outlet to the atmosphere to allow the shock wave to release or dissipate. Remember, the stand pipe is not necessary unless the inlet pipe will have to be longer than the recommended maximum length.
    Another option would be to pipe the water to an open tank (with the top of the tank at least 1 foot (0.3 meter) higher than the vertical elevation of the water source), then attach the inlet pipe to the tank. The tank will act as a dissipation chamber for the water hammer shock wave just as the stand pipe would. This option may not be viable if the tank placement would require some sort of tower, but if the topography allows this may be a more attractive option.
    Click here to view sketches of these types of hydraulic ram pump installations
    (loads in 70 seconds over 28.8 modem)
    Operation:
    The pump will require some back pressure to begin working. A back pressure of 10 psi or more should be sufficient. If this is not provided by elevation-induced back pressure from pumping the water uphill to the delivery point (water trough, etc.), use the 3/4" valve (part 7) to throttle the flow somewhat to provide this backpressure.
    As an alternative to throttling valve part 7 you may consider running the outlet pipe into the air in a loop, and then back down to the trough to provide the necessary back pressure. A total of 23 feet of vertical elevation above the pump outlet should be sufficient to provide the necessary back pressure. This may not be practical in all cases, but adding 8 feet of pipe after piping up a hill of 15 feet in elevation should not be a major problem. This will allow you to open valve #7 completely, preventing stoppage of flow by trash or sediment blocking the partially-closed valve. It is a good idea to include a tee at the outlet of the pump with a ball valve to allow periodic "flushing" of the sediment just in case.

    The pump will have to be manually started several times when first placed in operation to remove the air from the ram pump piping. Start the pump by opening valve 1 and leaving valve 7 closed. Then, when the swing check (#4) shuts, manually push it open again. (The pump will start with valve 7 closed completely, pumping up to some maximum pressure before stopping operation.) After the pump begins operation, slowly open valve 7, but do not allow the discharge pressure (shown on gauge #11) to drop below 10 psi. You may have to push valve #4 open repeatedly to re-start the pump in the first few minutes (10 to 20 times is not abnormal) - air in the system will stop operation until it is purged.

    The unions, gate (or ball) valves, and pressure gauge assembly are not absolutely required to make the pump run, but they sure do help in installing, removing, and starting the pump as well as regulating the flow.

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    و لله الحمد أول مسلم و عربى يحصل على شهادة مهندس محترف HFDP من ASHRAE
    اللهم عجل بالنصر لاهلنا فى سوريا و إرفع عنهم البلاء يا أرحم الراحمين
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    "تعلم العلم وعلمه فإنك إن فعلت ذلك :85:
    حفظت ما علمت وعلمت ما جهلت :28:"

  
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