Protecting Pipeline Systems from Vibration and Hydraulic Shocks
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In this paper, we developed and tested new protective devices, such as resonant stabilizers of wave processes, which allow completely neutralizing the negative impact of vibrations and hydraulic shocks in pipelines. The resonant stabilizer has significantly smaller (by 5–10 times) dimensions, material consumption, and competitive cost and does not require the use of additional pumping equipment, automation systems, and tanks, which, along with the simplification of operations, significantly increases the efficiency and reliability of the pipeline systems.
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