irrigation pipe

irrigation pipe

[‚ir·ə′gā·shən ‚pīp]
(civil engineering)
A conduit of connected pipes for transporting water for crop irrigation.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

irrigation pipe

Any type of pipe through which water is distributed for irrigation.
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A wet patch, later blamed on a leaking irrigation pipe from the adjacent golf course, necessitated an inspection before racing, which led to the cancellation of the two 5f handicaps scheduled during the three-day meeting.
The wheels had no tires and the grooves for the tires fit over 4" diameter irrigation pipe, which they used for making the rails.
Coming across Steer Lake, it raked the belly turret off on an irrigation pipe, bellying into a boggy wetland between tall pines and orange trees in a grove where my dad was foreman.
According to Balaram Singh, special structures engineer, Michigan Department of Transportation, and chairman, Subcommittee C13.01 on Non-Reinforced Concrete Sewer, Drain and Irrigation Pipe, ASTM WK38166 will be a comprehensive, well-organized and practical specification that will explain and provide background information on designing culverts and storm drains in accordance with the AASHTO LRFD standard.
The hot air in the greenhouse is redirected through underground irrigation pipe into the growing beds, which saves all the solar heat for nighttime use.
To supply the pipe with water, Sponsel extended the downspout to the near end of the irrigation pipe.
Developments are continuing to service the irrigation pipe markets where point-of-sale labels can be automatically secured at the coiling stage, whilst coil packs can be formed starting at 180 mm ID.
Thomas Widmann, transport adviser to the provincial government, said the landslide appeared to have been caused by an irrigation pipe that had burst a few days earlier, soaking the hillside above the track.
A transport official in Bolzano, the biggest city nearby, said the landslide was caused by an irrigation pipe that burst, sending rocks, debris and water down on to the train.

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