A review of penstock filling procedures

Penstocks should be filled in a gradual and well controlled manner for structural and hydraulic reasons, and to avoid the possibility of potentially dangerous air blow-back incidents. This paper provides investigative analysis of past filling events, and a careful review of literature to develop a methodology for safe filling procedures.

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A review of penstock filling procedures

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