operating water level

operating water level

[′äp·ə‚rād·iŋ ′wȯd·ər ‚lev·əl]
(mechanical engineering)
The water level in a boiler drum which is normally maintained above the lowest safe level.
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The minimum operating water level in the dam is 1050 feet.
However, the current level of water in Angat Dam was still 18.65 meters below the 180-meter minimum operating water level needed to resume the irrigation supply allocation to nearby provinces.
The dam's normal high water level for the rainy season is 212 meters, itsminimum operating water level is at 180 meters and its critical water level is 160 meters.
The dam's critical mark is at 160 masl while its minimum operating water level is at 180 masl.
This is 17.61 meters below the minimum operating water level of 180 meters.
The operating water level in this reservoir matches the hydraulic grade line in Zone 2.
The current level was still way below Angat Dam's minimum operating water level of 180 meters, and normal high water level during the rainy season of 210 meters.
However, this is still 19.66 meters below the 180-meter minimum operating water level where the irrigation supply allocation to nearby provinces can resume.
on Saturday, water level at the dam already dropped to 159.78 meters, well below its minimum operating water level of 180 meters.
The minimum operating water level at Angat is 180 meters.