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Selçuk Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü (2006)

THE ENERGY REQUIREMENT OF SPRINGLER IRRIGATION

Yavuz, Duran

Titre : THE ENERGY REQUIREMENT OF SPRINGLER IRRIGATION

Yağmurlama sulamanın enerji gereksinimi

Auteur : Yavuz, Duran

Université de soutenance : Selçuk Üniversitesi Fen Bilimleri Enstitüsü

Grade : Master’s Thesis 2006

Résumé
This study was conducted to determine the energy requirement of sprinkler irrigation in Konya-Çumra irrigation district. The properties such as water resource, pumping unit, systems equipments, operation pressure, sprinkler ?s spacing of the sprinkler systems were investigated and determined. The results showed that sprinkler irrigation systems operated and planned in five different form when considered their water resources and pumping units. The research was conducted on totally 69 sprinkler system by taking into account this case. In study, diesel fuel or electricity energy, equipment manufacture energy and labour energy consumption of the sprinkler systems were determined. According to results obtained ; in sprinkler irrigation systems induced motopomp, the annual energy consumptions of per unit area (1 ha) for diesel fuel, equipment energy and labour energy were found as 14107, 923 and 44 MJ/ha-year on average, respectively. In centrifugal pumping systems induced by pto, this values were computed to be 21458, 3700 and 41 MJ/ha-year, respectively. In other type (Düşey milli pompa) system induced by pto, the annual energy consumptions of per unit area (1 ha) for diesel fuel, equipment energy and labour energy were computed as 35748, 3873 and 40 MJ/ha-year. In vertical axle pump induced by electric motor, this values were calculated to be 35941, 1164 and 42 MJ/ha-year and in submersible pumping systems this values were computed as 47152, 1321 and 37 MJ/ha -year, respectively.

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