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|Title:||HYDRAULIC STUDY OF R.C.C. STRAINER FOR TUBE WELL|
|Abstract:||A number of st rein* r d. s ign c a r". u Bo d In tubewsZ3 o. Those Q ro cooly they clog soon In the abasflcs of Proper do-v ],ogeen't of well and do not last longer in 40homlaall r active Wftt*s~5. A different kind of strainer h*s been proposed bore. It to a strainer aum f jltsr to be scads in R.. C. C. It to conceved to have advant • Over the c ouvont lono.i et raine aye. Ps rforence of 600 sector models Of fl.C.C* at.rainor and conven*. tiona.l strainer was oompa d with unconfined aquif o r of fine *ad. 11. C. C. Est w►iner she owwd lesser head toss. $4.110 of cour`onttonal in 3*4 hours of rosy. Used loss in R.C.C. strainer increased by O.1d% of initial as aompred to 15.53 % to conventional in 5d4 hours. Discharge in R.C.C. strainer erg reduced to D2.+ice of initial Oka oonpa d to$O in convouttonal in 384 hourss or Uf|
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