Congo (Kingdom) ZONGOII Hydropower Project First Valve Room Stability Technical Report

DOI: https://doi.org/10.32629/jbt.v1i1.61

Xue Li

Abstract

ZONGOII hydropower station is a diversion-type power station constructed in Congo (Kinshasa), which uses Chinese funds and Chinese standards. However, during the implementation of the project, Gangfang Electric Power Company referred to the design form of the completed hydropower station and instructed me Fang added a first valve chamber at the end of the flat section of the pressure pipeline after the surge well, so that the technicians of the rigid side can use the familiar maintenance practices to perform maintenance and maintenance of the power plant units and butterfly valves. The purpose of this paper is to demonstrate the stability analysis of the additional valve room project based on the requirements of Chinese standards and the needs of rigid owners.

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