What is profile PVC pipe?
About Kor-Flo PVC Profile Pipe Kor-Flo PVC Profile Pipe is a dual wall corrugated pipe. It is lighter than solid wall SDR 35 gasketed sewer pipe but has the same strength and flow properties. Gaskets are installed on the spigot end of the pipe during the manufacturing process.
What is profile wall PVC?
Description. Installation of profile wall polyvinyl chloride (PVC) plastic pipe for use in urban project comprising of new trunkline and lateral connections. Profile wall PVC will also be used for connection into the existing storm drain laterals east of the Tongue River Slough.
What is CPP culvert?
CPP (Corrugated High Density Polyethylene Pipe) is an ideal material for underground drainage construction. Applications include stormwater drainage, subsurface drainage, leachate collection, detention/retention systems, and septic systems.
What is profile wall pipe?
Profile wall pipes are defined as “a pipe wall construction that presents a smooth interior wall in the waterway but includes ribs, corrugations, or other shapes, which can be either solid or hollow, that helps brace the pipe against diametrical deformation” (ASTM F2306/F2306M).
What is a 2000 pipe?
A-2000™ is a seamless profile wall PVC pipe extruded with a smooth interior and corrugated exterior. A-2000 provides excellent durability and resistance to abrasion and scour. It withstands corrosive attack from both acidic and alkaline soils and is unaffected by chemicals found in normal sewage.
What is Cpep pipe?
Corrugated polyethylene pipe (CPEP) is used primarily for nonpressurized buried conduits. Structural performance of a buried pipe is the interaction of the pipe and the soil in providing a useful conduit. If the pipe is flexible, it depends upon the soil to support it.
What is corrugated drain pipe?
A corrugated pipe is a pipe with a series of ridges and grooves running parallel to each other on its surface. Corrugated pipes are used where flexibility is an important factor other than strength and durability, such as in storm drains and culverts.
What is structured wall pipe?
Structured wall pipes have enabled manufacturers to make systems that meet the requirements of the user. One example is a multi-layered PVC sewer pipe that makes use of recycled material in the intermediate layer.
What is open profile pipe?
This specification covers non-pressure polyethylene plastic pipe with nominal pipe diameters of 100mm through to 900mm. Open Profile Pipe: means a pipe product that has an essentially smooth waterway braced circumferencially or helicaly with outside corrugations, forming an open profile pipe.
What is the internal flow of a pipe?
The internal flow (e.g. flow in a pipe) configuration is a convenient geometry for heating and cooling fluids used in energy conversion technologies such as nuclear power plants. In general, this flow regime is of importance in engineering, because circular pipes can withstand high pressures and hence are used to convey liquids.
What is the difference between mass flow and core flow?
Mass flow can also be achieved in a parallel bunker or hopper if a mechanical reclaimer is present at the bottom that works over the whole area. The other advantage of mass flow is that the internal stress pattern has more power to ‘break’ a hang-up of material than core flow, so it can be used to discharge cohesive (‘Class 2’) materials.
What is the transition Reynolds number for a circular pipe?
Reynolds Number Regimes. The accepted transition Reynolds number for flow in a circular pipe is Red,crit = 2300. Transitional flow. At Reynolds numbers between about 2000 and 4000 the flow is unstable as a result of the onset of turbulence. These flows are sometimes referred to as transitional flows.
What is double wall heat fused PVC pipe?
This cost-effective, easy-to-install heat-fused dual wall PVC pipe features a corrugated exterior wall that provides greater stiffness and limit deflection. The interior wall is smooth, ensuring superior flow characteristics.