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Reliability Assessment And Measures For Resource-Saving In Water Lifting Engine Systems In Uzbekistan

  • OLEG GLOVATSKY

    (The Central Asian Irrigation Research Institute Uzbekistan)

  • RUSTAM ERGASHEV

    (The Central Asian Irrigation Research Institute Uzbekistan)

  • BAKHTIER URALOV

    (The Central Asian Irrigation Research Institute Uzbekistan)

  • HOLMATZHAN ISAKOV

    (The Central Asian Irrigation Research Institute Uzbekistan)

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    The paper observes the current state of water pumping stations in Uzbekistan. More than 50% of irrigated land is provided with machine water lifting systems in the country. However, more than 50% of pumping aggregates and constructions have used up their capacities that leads to high operational expenses of energy. The authors suggest develop energy- and resource saving technologies. As they suggest the resource saving model assumes first and foremost the increase in stability and efficiency of operation of all elements of hydraulic engineering

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    Article provided by Prague Development Center in its journal Perspectives of Innovation in Economics and Business (PIEB).

    Volume (Year): February (2010)
    Issue (Month): 1 ()
    Pages: 118-120

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