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Old   May 12, 2007, 00:51
Default flow through sleuth gates
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naman
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i have question that if sleuth gates are designed considering staic and dynemic pressure force and operational expectancy is 5 years . but water channel have broken hinges and need replacing only in 5 months.

It is due to vibrations,

i need to know y the vibrations has been created although we considered , staic and dynamic pressure in it.
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