Building the bellmouth
- Positive progress has been made by our project team on building the new temporary haul road to the north of the site in Dunford Bridge.
- Once completed, this will provide access to the area where we’ll be constructing the temporary diversion to the Trans Pennine Trail.
- As you can see from the images below, we’ve already created the new access point for the haul road, which is located on Brook Hill Lane to the north of the Townhead Collective.
- These are known as ‘bellmouths’, which refers to the shape of the entrance – they are very wide to allow safe access for vehicles to enter and exit the site.
As soon as the haul road is in place, there will be a reduction in the number of our construction vehicles using local roads. However, there will need to be an increase in HGVs travelling to and from the site over the coming weeks to deliver the materials to build the road.
- We’d like to apologise in advance for any inconvenience connected to our work, but we will be doing everything we can to minimise disruption throughout construction.
- Highways work
- Please note that the temporary traffic lights that have been put in place to install replacement ducting through Dunford Bridge this week (commencing 31 May) are not related to the National Grid VIP project.
- This work is being carried out on behalf of Northern Powergrid. For any queries we would recommend getting in touch with Nothern Powergrid directly with contact information available here:
: Building the bellmouth
- 1 Where is usually bellmouth inlet used?
- 2 What is bell end PVC used for?
- 3 Does the bell end of pipe direction?
- 4 What is 68% bell curve?
- 5 What is the purpose of a bellmouth compressor inlet?
- 6 What is the function of the inlet duct?
- 7 What is compressor section?
- 8 Why PPR pipes are used?
- 9 What is PPH piping?
- 10 What is a bell on a water main?
What is a bell mouth used for?
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Inlet bellmouths (right) on the two of In and, a bell mouth is a tapered expanding or reducing opening in the end of a duct, so named because the taper can resemble that of a shape. They are primarily designed and used for return air or extract air purposes within building ventilation systems, more commonly located within ceiling voids or other similar,
- The bellmouth cross-sectional area is normally double that of the duct area so that the air velocity entering the bellmouth is low (to reduce noise, turbulence and pressure drop), and gradually increases to the normal design velocity of the ductwork.
- The angle of the bellmouth is normally tapered at about 45° as a balance between keeping the bellmouth short without causing too much turbulence or excessive pressure drop.
Bellmouths can be manufactured to suit either circular or rectangular ductwork sections. The bell-mouth shape allows the maximum amount of air to be drawn into the duct with minimum loss. Formula One engine, with bell-mouthed inlet trumpets for each cylinder, known as a A bell-mouth inlet duct is a form of convergent inlet air duct used to direct air into the inlet of a gas turbine engine.
- The area of a convergent duct gets smaller as the air flows into the engine.
- A bell-mouth inlet duct is extremely efficient and is used where there is little ram pressure available to force the air into the engine.
- Bell-mouth ducts are used in engine test cells and on engines installed in helicopters.
Examples of the effects of different shape (bellmouth)inlets are shown in the referenced “Good Fabs” article
What is Bell mouth pipe?
A bell-mouth is a bell-shaped extension at the end of a pipe. A bell-mouth may also be referred to as a suction bell-mouth. A bell-mouth may be used in gas or liquid applications and is typically placed on the inlet. When placed on the outlet they may be referred to as a diffuser.
What is Bell mouthed orifice?
An orifice may be defined as an opening provided in the side or bottom of a tank, for the purpose of discharging the liquid contained in the tank. It should be noted that the opening will be considered as an orifice only when the liquid surface in the tank is above the upper edge of the opening.
- Orifices may be classified based on their size, shape, sharpness and discharge conditions.
- Based on their size orifices are classified into small and large orifices.
- In a small orifice, the size of the orifice is so small compared with the head over it, the velocity at the level of the centre of the orifice may be taken as the mean velocity through the orifice.
In a large orifice however, this is not correct. An orifice may be circular, rectangular or square though often, circular orifices are adopted. An orifice may be sharp edged or bell mouthed depending on the shape of the entrance edge. In the case of a sharp edged orifice the inner edge (i.e., at entrance) is made sharp and is tapered to a slightly larger diameter at the outer edge.
The liquid discharged through the orifice will touch only the sharp edge at entrance. In the case of a bell mouthed orifice, a rounded passage is provided in the orifice and the discharge liquid will be in contact with the entire inner surface of the orifice. Due to decreased friction a bell mouthed orifice has a greater discharging capacity.
The orifices mentioned above may discharge a liquid either from a tank into the atmosphere or from one tank into another. If the liquid surfaces on the two sides of an orifice are above the upper edge of the orifice, then the orifice is called a submerged or drowned orifice. Fig.8.1 shows an orifice of area a provided in the side of a tank. Let H be the head of the liquid above the centre of the orifice. The liquid stream discharged by the orifice is called a jet. The liquid particles forming the jet approach the orifice from all directions and after passing through the orifice, the jet contracts and reaches a minimum sectional area a c, at a certain section C-C called vena contracta.
Where is usually bellmouth inlet used?
Bellmouth Inlets – Bellmouth inlet ducts have a convergent profile that is designed for obtaining high aerodynamic efficiency when stationary or in slow flight. Bellmouth inlet ducts are typically used on helicopters, some slow-moving aircraft, and on engines being run in ground test stands.
- A typical bellmouth inlet duct is short in length and has rounded shoulders that offer little air resistance.
- However, because their shape produces a great deal of drag in forward flight, bellmouth inlet ducts are typically not used on highspeed aircraft.
- Because bellmouth inlet ducts are most efficient when stationary, engine manufacturers typically collect engine performance data from engines fitted with a bellmouth inlet duct.
For additional information on inlet systems, refer to the discussion on turbine engine inlet systems post. RELATED POSTS
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- Gas Turbine Engine Performance
What is bell end PVC used for?
End Bells are used in concrete vault walls to provide a smooth, safe entrance to the conduit outside. Protects wiring which is being pulled through the vault wall.
Does the bell end of pipe direction?
During The Installation Process, What Is JM Eagle’s Recommended Directions For The Bells? JM Eagle’s pipe bells can be laid either upstream or downstream. There is no significant hydraulic benefit for either direction, and therefore we leave the decision to the discretion of the installer.
However, JM Eagle™ recommends that the bell ends point in the direction of work progress to save extra effort. It is easier to insert the spigot into the bell than it is to push the bell over the spigot. This also reduces the risk of rubble being scooped under the gasket. The direction will not adversely affect the performance of the pipe.
For more details please see: : During The Installation Process, What Is JM Eagle’s Recommended Directions For The Bells?
What is 95% of a bell curve?
What Are the Characteristics of a Bell Curve? – A bell curve is a symmetric curve centered around the mean, or average, of all the data points being measured. The width of a bell curve is determined by the standard deviation—68% of the data points are within one standard deviation of the mean, 95% of the data are within two standard deviations, and 99.7% of the data points are within three standard deviations of the mean.
What is 68% bell curve?
When the term bell curve is mentioned by statisticians, they are referring to data that takes on a certain characteristic shape. The shape of the data appears like a huge bulge – tall in the middle and short to the left and right sides. The terms bell curve and normal distribution are synonymous. The bell curve shape looks like this: Notice that the curve is symmetric, has the mean (μ) in the center, and several standard deviations (σ) left and right of the mean are drawn. When two dice are rolled and their sum is recorded for many rolls, this generates bell curves. For instance, here are the graphs of two such scenarios.
Here are two histograms. On the left, this is the result of rolling two 4-sided dice 1000 times. On the right, two 20-sided dice were rolled 1000 times. The two histograms, while not perfect, indicate that there are scenarios where the data is lumped about the mean of the data and the graphs lose height while either moving left or right from the mean.
The same situation would likely arise if we were to go to a high school and get all the shoe sizes of the females of a certain grade-level. We would have most shoe sizes close to the mean, but not very many show sizes that were two or more standard deviations from the mean.
Likewise, the same would likely be true for the males’ shoe sizes. We could also measure heights or weights and see similar bell-shaped curves. In the next section, we will look at specifics regarding to the data that is collected with normal distributions. The 68-95-99 rule tells us how the data in a normal distribution will be clumped.
We know that roughly 68% (or more accurately 68.2%) of the data that is collected will be within one standard deviation from the mean. The graph below illustrates it. If we look at data that is two standard deviations from the mean, we should be looking at roughly 95% (or more accurately 95.4%) of the total data. Again, this is illustrated below. Looking at data that is within three standard deviations from the mean, we will find roughly 99% (actually closer to 99.7%) of the total data collected. Look at the illustration below. Look at the following examples. Example 1 : A machine dispenses small sodas with a mean of 4.9 ounces and a standard deviation of 0.1 ounces. What is the interval that accounts for 95% of all the small sodas it dispenses? First, we have to place numbers on number line. Next, we have to fill numbers to the left of the mean, which is marked red on the number line.4.9 4.9 – 0.1 = 4.8 4.9 – 2(0.1) = 4.7 4.9 – 3(0.1) = 4.6 If we are looking for 95% of the data, we have to look two standard deviations from the mean. Therefore, we use the 4.7 and the 5.1, like so. Example 2 : Using the results from example 1 (above), determine: a) what percent of dispenses does the machine pour small sodas that are between 5.0 and 5.1 ounces?, b) what percent of dispenses does the machine pour small sodas that are between 4.8 and 5.1 ounces?, and c) what percent of dispenses does the machine pour small sodas that are greater than 5.1 ounces? Let us start with part (a). We need to find the percent of data that rests within the sections labeled with the ‘x’s – see below. The 95% section has to be equal to the 68% plus the two ‘x’s. So, we need to do some algebra to solve for the x-value, like so. We can place this 13.5% in the diagram where it belongs, like so. This also happens to be the interval we were looking for: the interval between 5.0 and 5.1. So, part (a) is 13.5%. Now, let us move on to part (b). We were asked to find the interval between 4.8 and 5.1. Looking at the diagram below, this should be a snap. We simply have to combine the correct percentages, which are highlighted. This means we need to add 68% and 13.5%. Therefore, our solution for part (b) is 81.5%. Our last question is part (c): find the percent of pours that is greater than 5.1 ounces. Using our knowledge of two standard deviations, which is 95% of the data, this separates the total amount of data into three sections: the data left of 4.7, the data between 4.7 and 5.1, and the data right of 5.1. Notice that the sections left of 4.7 and right of 5.1 are unknown and marked with ‘y’s. They are equal because there is symmetry to normal distributions. To solve for the y-value, we have to realize that the entire data set is divided into the three sections. Only then can the following equation be constructed. The algebra is left to the reader, but the y-value is 2.5. Therefore, the machine must pour small sodas that are greater than 5.1 ounces 2.5% of the time. Try this quiz, which can help you learn the content above.
What is the bell curve rule?
The empirical rule says that for any normal (bell-shaped) curve, approximately: 68%of the values (data) fall within 1 standard deviation of the mean in either direction.95%of the values (data) fall within 2 standard deviations of the mean in either direction.
What is the difference between mouthpiece and orifice?
Orifice & Mouthpieces Apparatus – (SIMFOMA-11) – An orifice is an opening made in the side or bottom of tank, having a closed perimeter, through which the fluid may be discharged. A mouthpiece is short tube fitted to a same size circular opening provided in a tank so that fluid may be discharged through it.
Orifice and mouthpiece are used to measure the rate of flow of liquid. The apparatus is designed to measure the co-efficient of discharge of orifice & mouthpiece. The apparatus consists of a supply tank at the side of which a universal fixture for mounting orifice or mouthpiece is attached. A centrifugal pump supplies the water to supply tank.
Head over the orifice/mouthpiece is controlled by a by pass valve provided at pump discharge. A measuring tank is provided to measure the discharge. A gauge for measuring X and Y co-ordinates of jet from the orifice is provided, which is used to calculate CV of orifice.
Supply Tank : 0.4 X 0.3 X O.5 m height Orifice : 8mm and 10mm. Mouthpiece LID = 4 LID = 1 Bordas mouthpiece. Convergent mouthpiece. X·Y gauge for orifice jet co-ord1nates. Measuring tank of suitable capacity OR a calibrated water flow meter. Sump tank of suitable capacity.0.5 HP pump with valve.
What is difference between Notch and Weir?
A notch may be defined as an opening provided in the side of tank or vessel such that the liquid surface in tank is below the top edge of opening. A weir may be defined as any regular obstruction in open stream over which the flow takes place. Made of metallic plates. Made of concrete/bricks.
What is the purpose of a bellmouth compressor inlet?
Bellmouth Compressor Inlets – A bellmouth inlet is usually installed on an engine undergoing testing in a test cell. It is generally equipped with probes that, with the use of instruments, can measure intake temperature and pressure (total and static).
During testing, it is important that the outside static air is allowed to flow into the engine with as little resistance as possible. The bellmouth is attached to the movable part of the test stand and moves with the engine. The thrust stand is made up of two components, one nonmoving and one moving. This is so the moving component can push against a load cell and measure thrust during the testing of the engine.
The bellmouth is designed with the single objective of obtaining very high aerodynamic efficiency. Essentially, the inlet is a bell-shaped funnel having carefully rounded shoulders which offer practically no air resistance. Duct loss is so slight that it is considered zero.
The engine can, therefore, be operated without the complications resulting from losses common to an installed aircraft inlet duct. Engine performance data, such as rated thrust and thrust specific fuel consumption, are obtained while using a bellmouth inlet. Usually, the inlets are fitted with protective screening.
In this case, the efficiency lost as the air passes through the screen must be taken into account when very accurate engine data are necessary.
|Figure 7. A bellmouth inlet used during system tests|
What is the function of the inlet duct?
Major components – Major components of a turbojet including references to turbofans, turboprops and turboshafts:
- Cold section:
- Air intake (inlet) — For subsonic aircraft, the inlet is a duct which is required to ensure smooth airflow into the engine despite air approaching the inlet from directions other than straight ahead. This occurs on the ground from cross winds and in flight with aircraft pitch and yaw motions. The duct length is minimised to reduce drag and weight. Air enters the compressor at about half the speed of sound so at flight speeds lower than this the flow will accelerate along the inlet and at higher flight speeds it will slow down. Thus the internal profile of the inlet has to accommodate both accelerating and diffusing flow without undue losses. For supersonic aircraft, the inlet has features such as cones and ramps to produce the most efficient series of shockwaves which form when supersonic flow slows down. The air slows down from the flight speed to subsonic velocity through the shockwaves, then to about half the speed of sound at the compressor through the subsonic part of the inlet. The particular system of shockwaves is chosen, with regard to many constraints such as cost and operational needs, to minimize losses which in turn maximizes the pressure recovery at the compressor.
- Compressor or fan — The compressor is made up of stages. Each stage consists of rotating blades and stationary stators or vanes. As the air moves through the compressor, its pressure and temperature increase. The power to drive the compressor comes from the turbine (see below), as shaft torque and speed.
- Bypass ducts deliver the flow from the fan with minimum losses to the bypass propelling nozzle. Alternatively the fan flow may be mixed with the turbine exhaust before entering a single propelling nozzle. In another arrangement an afterburner may be installed between the mixer and nozzle.
- Shaft — The shaft connects the turbine to the compressor, and runs most of the length of the engine. There may be as many as three concentric shafts, rotating at independent speeds, with as many sets of turbines and compressors. Cooling air for the turbines may flow through the shaft from the compressor.
- Diffuser section: – The diffuser slows down the compressor delivery air to reduce flow losses in the combustor. Slower air is also required to help stabilize the combustion flame and the higher static pressure improves the combustion efficiency.
- Hot section:
- Combustor or combustion chamber — Fuel is burned continuously after initially being ignited during the engine start.
- Turbine — The turbine is a series of bladed discs that act like a windmill, extracting energy from the hot gases leaving the combustor, Some of this energy is used to drive the compressor, Turboprop, turboshaft and turbofan engines have additional turbine stages to drive a propeller, bypass fan or helicopter rotor. In a free turbine the turbine driving the compressor rotates independently of that which powers the propeller or helicopter rotor. Cooling air, bled from the compressor, may be used to cool the turbine blades, vanes and discs to allow higher turbine entry gas temperatures for the same turbine material temperatures.** A blade with internal cooling as applied in the high-pressure turbine
- Afterburner or reheat (British) — (mainly military) Produces extra thrust by burning fuel in the jetpipe. This reheating of the turbine exhaust gas raises the propelling nozzle entry temperature and exhaust velocity. The nozzle area is increased to accommodate the higher specific volume of the exhaust gas. This maintains the same airflow through the engine to ensure no change in its operating characteristics.
- Exhaust or nozzle — Turbine exhaust gases pass through the propelling nozzle to produce a high velocity jet. The nozzle is usually convergent with a fixed flow area.
- Supersonic nozzle — For high nozzle pressure ratios (Nozzle Entry Pressure/Ambient Pressure) a convergent-divergent (de Laval) nozzle is used. The expansion to atmospheric pressure and supersonic gas velocity continues downstream of the throat and produces more thrust.
What is compressor section?
A compressor section is defined as the number of stages between turbo-compressor casing nozzles. From: Forsthoffer’s More Best Practices for Rotating Equipment, 2017.
How does a bell drain work?
A bell trap utilizes a basin with a bell-shaped component that fits over the vertical drain pipe. Combined, these components are designed to maintain a water ‘plug’ that prevents gases from passing around the trap.
Why PPR pipes are used?
What are the Main Uses of PPR Pipe Fittings? – As you have seen earlier, PPR pipes have several economic, ecological, and durability benefits. This is why these pipes are used in a variety of applications. Keep reading to discover the primary uses of PPR pipe fittings below: PPR pipe fittings are usually used in the construction of cold and hot water systems. The ability of PPR pipes to withstand both hot and cold temperatures without breaking or cracking makes it the best option for cold and hot water systems. Besides, its low thermal conductivity means that the fluids will retain the required temperature.
PPR fittings are the go-to option for discharging chemical fluids, including industrial waste. PPR piping is the ideal pipe fitting for industries due to its ability to withstand strong chemicals and alkaline solutions. PPR pipe fittings are also used as purified water supply systems. These pipes are durable and can last for more than 50 years.
What is more, they do not break or crack easily even under intense conditions. The PPR pipes are perfect for a building’s heating system. These pipes can be installed inside floors, radiant, wall heating systems. These pipes can withstand all surfaces and conditions, making them the perfect option for all your heating needs.
What is PPH piping?
PPH Pipes Newly Developed PPH Pipe is a homopolymeric polypropylene (PP-H) that offers a host of Possibilities when it comes to designing and implementing premium quality industrial piping systems. Nirmala PPH Pipes & Fittings are made From a Compound for which we use From German make Granules. There are two types of polypropylene: Homo polymers (PP-H) and copolymers (PP-C). PP-H consists entirely of a combination of propylene monomers and covers a service temperature range 0 °C to +100° C, PP-C features a chemical combination of propylene monomers and ethylene monomers, which increases the material’s impact strength at low temperature.
Considerable reduction in pressure loss due to improved hydraulic properties. Significantly lower risk of particle deposits and bacteria due to ultra-smooth surfaces. Potential cost-savings as a result of extended intervals between cleaning. Many different potential uses due to a service temperature range from 0° C to + 100 °C, depending on the application. Safe installation and assembly of pipe due to improved impact strength, even at low temperatures up to 0° Longer service life due to enhanced chemical resistance and minimized risk of stress cracks. Greater safety margin due to improved weld quality. Higher degree of safety when welding pipes in locations that are difficult to access.
Acid fillings stations Effluent Treatment/Disposal Plant Laboratories Refineries Automotive Industry Electroplating Plants Nuclear Research Centers Textile Mills Chemical Industry
Food and Beverage Paper & pulp mills Thermal baths Construction (Plumbing) Galvanizing Plants Pharmaceuticals Industry Desalination plants Pickling lines
Suction and Exhaust pipelines Lined piping ( Mild Steel + PPH / PVDF) Water, Effluent, Chemical Transport Storage tank for chemicals Hoods, fume ducts
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What is the bell mouth of tank?
A bellmouth, also called a suction bellmouth in connection with centrifugal pumps, is a nozzle-shaped inlet casing component (see Fitting) often employed with vertical tubular casing pumps.
What is a bell on a water main?
What is a Pressure Regulating Valve (PRV)? | Phyn Smart Home Water Leak Detector Ask any plumber and they will tell you that having high water pressure is like a problem just waiting to happen. Those banging noises you hear when you turn off your faucet? That’s called “water hammer” and this is just one of the symptoms of high water pressure that creates repeated stress on your plumbing system.
Not only is high water pressure a leading cause of pipe leaks and appliance failures, but it also decreases the lifespan of all of the elements of your plumbing system including showerheads, toilets, dishwashers, and hot water heaters. Each of your fixtures, appliances and pipes are manufactured to handle a certain level of water pressure, usually from 60-80 psi (pounds per square inch).
If they are subjected to a higher pressure they can fail and cause leaks over time. But sometimes city and local water providers pump water at levels higher than 100 psi in order to reach homes that are at longer distances or at higher elevations. This is where a pressure regulating valve (PRV) comes in: PRVs are bell-shaped devices located on the main water supply line where the water enters the home, near the shutoff valve. PRVs regulate the pressure in a home and keep it at a safe, steady level.
Which way does the bell go on pipe?
How to Install a Sewer Pipe – Pipe installation sould be done carefully with the adequate slope. No matter if the pipe is going to be installed inside of a structure or outside, the installation method will be the same. Depending on the sewer pipe material, things could be easier or more complicated, because the pipe will be harder to handle and the installation process of the sewer pipe will require additional labor and equipment. To start, you must determine how far the pipe needs to go, and determine the elevation at which the pipe will be connected to the specific fixture or if it will be connected to another pipe. d to calculate the pitch or fall of the sewer pipe run. Subtract both elevation and divide the horizontal or pipe length into the difference in elevation, and that will be the drop per linear foot or meters of pipe. Be careful, a drop greater than ¼” per foot is not adequate as water will flow faster than solids, while a slope to small, less than 0.003, will be sufficient to carry solids away.
- The recommended pitch for 4″ pipe is 1/8″ to 1/4″ per foot.
- Start by opening the trench.
- Be careful once the trench is open and provide all safety measures to protect workers inside and outside the trench.
- Remove all loose dirt at the trench bottom and grade the trench bottom so the pipe could be installed over a smooth surface.
Sometime you will need to place a bedding material to provide additional support to the sewer pipe, to reduce the possibility of ‘sag’ after the trench has been backfilled. The best material to use as bedding material is sand, but if unavailable then you can choose to place gravel bedding. wer pipe in the trench. It is recommended to start at the lower end of the pipe run, up to the higher elevation. If the sewer pipes, has bell end; the bell end must be placed on the uphill side of the pipe run, reducing the possibility of leakage. Remember that before applying glue to the sewer PVC pipes, you must apply purple PVC primer.
- Purple PVC primer chemically cleans the PVC surface, so the glue acts properly.
- Insert the male end of the pipe into the female end and twist a little bit.
- To be sure that the pitch is being followed correctly, install a string along the pipe run.
- The string must be installed with the same slope as the pipe will be, but just one feet over the finished level.
The measure from the string to the bottom of the trench will be the same along the entire run. It is probable that the last portion of the run will need just a fraction of a pipe. Be aware that you will also need additional fittings to complete the installation.
Once the pipe has been installed completely, check for any pipe that could be disconnected, broken or not installed properly. Now place the sand and/or gravel over the pipe, enough to cover at least 10″ over the sewer pipe. Start compacting the material with a rammer or any other compaction equipment suitable for the type of pipe being installed.
On long pipe runs, this process could be started once the pipe has been installed and while working on the next pipe segment. It is important to install a warning tape over the first layer of compacted soil, so others will be aware when excavating that a pipe is located under the detectable warning tape.
What is the purpose of a suction bell on a pump?
The pump suction bell reduces the contraction entrance frictional losses by ‘smoothing’ the flow by elimination of a sharp inlet edge.