intake gate

intake gate

[′in‚tāk ‚gāt]
(civil engineering)
A movable partition for opening or closing a water intake opening.
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He said the water level at its intake gate has receded to 4.76 metres towards the critical level of 4.42m.
The construction of a major intake gate of the lower Agno River irrigation system forced the National Irrigation Administration (NIA) to suspend irrigation services for 2,500 hectares of rice land in Rosales, Alcala, Sto.
The productivity increase in the land is due to a sufficient and reliable supply of water to the farms, facilitated by the construction of the Asiab Canal Intake Gate in Tajik village.
Supply of Rocky Reach intake gate wheel assemblies, Chelan County PUD; apparent low bidder was Selway Construction.
In this part to compare the effect of different openings of the spillway on the parameters of the water surface profile, the Froude number and the average velocity of flow in the upstream and downstream of intake gate, the results are compared in Figures 7to 9.
Saari said there is a pipe in the reservoir under the main intake gate about 15 feet down, and dredging cannot be below that pipe.
"We'll close the intake gate at a rate of 12 to 15 inches an hour and it will take somewhere in the neighborhood of 15 hours to close it.
If higher refrigeration capacities are required, a large cooler may be installed at the entry of the intake gate. The air is cooled down to about 15 [degrees] C.
Supply of Rocky Reach intake gate wheel assemblies, Chelan County Public Utility District; apparent low bidder was Selway Corporation.
Next, after ensuring the accuracy and precision of the mathematical model, we began further researches and obtaining the best mode of intake gate opening to create the minimum flow turbulence and maximum discharge.
Fish turbine intake gate rehabilitation far Wells Project warehouse and fabrication shop, Douglas County PUD, East Wenatchee; apparent low bidder was Knight Construction Supply Inc.