Easily constructed, economical seawater intake and supply system
A water intake system was designed and installed in Admiralty Inlet, Puget Sound, Washington. The dual system consisted of polyvinylchloride (PVC) pipes, a concrete pit and pumps located on shore at zero tide; and cables attached laterally to the pipelines and terminally between a shoreward anchor and to a seaward intake sled held in place with an 1800 kg Dansforth anchor. The overall construction costs were much lower than those for concrete-lined ductile iron pipe. Nearly three years after its construction, this system has withstood tides and storms without apparent adverse effect. Its application to lakes or rivers is equally possible.
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|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Title||Easily constructed, economical seawater intake and supply system|
|Series title||Journal of the World Mariculture Society|
|Publisher||World Aquaculture Society|
|Contributing office(s)||Western Fisheries Research Center|