IMPROVEMENT OF THE PRESSURIZATION STATION SPP 44, IRRIGATION SYSTEM OGRADA, ROMANIA PUBLISHED

R. BEILICCI, Erika BEILICCI Politehnica University Timisoara, Department of Hydrotechnical Engineering erika.beilicci@upt.ro
In the conditions of the current climatic changes, the increase of temperatures during the summer periods is observed, respectively the accentuation of the drought, which leads to the necessity of irrigating the agricultural surfaces. This involves modernizing, expanding and increasing existing irrigation capacity. Most of the existing irrigation systems in Romania, due to their age and the accentuation of the drought, no longer meet the needs for obtaining a constant agricultural production, respectively an efficient agricultural production. This will be materialized by replacing the irrigation pipes with new pipes made of modern materials with lower roughness that ensure a higher transported flow, the replacement of hydrants and accessories as well as irrigation equipment. Increasing irrigation capacity leads to a substantial increase in water demand, which requires the replacement of existing pumps with new pumps with higher flows and high energy efficiency. This paper presents such a project for the modernization of an irrigation system composed of a pumping station, a network of underground pipes and irrigation equipment serving an area of 1245 ha. The proposed works will be limited to the improvement of the SPP44 pressure pumping station and irrigation system pipe replacement. irrigation system, pumping station, improvement, cost of water supply
irrigation system, pumping station, improvement, cost of water supply
Sustainable Development, Environmental Engineering and Geomatics
Presentation: poster

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