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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Lordo » Sat Apr 03, 2021 12:08 pm

Clearly this is not a corrosion situation never mind erosion. it was in January, the Turkey-TRNC water pipeline suffered a disruption due to severe weather conditions. Officials located the damage to be around 250 meters deep undersea and 8 kilometers (4.97 miles) near the Turkish coast. Two pipes detached from bases and surfaced on sea level as a result of the damage.
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby Nikitas » Tue May 04, 2021 1:59 pm

The pipe sections detached because something gave way, most likely those steel hawsers used to anchor them.

Erosion is different from corrosion. At sea you get both, that is why ships are hauled out, sand blasted and repainted under the waterline at regular intervals. Barnacles that settle on metal surfaces erode steel, so do electrolytic effects.

What about the UK company that sold the pipes? Where are they now?
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Re: Water - The Propaganda Regime of "TRNC" ...???

Postby repulsewarrior » Wed Dec 01, 2021 8:36 pm

"..poor water management. Let's not forget that the Karpas was Cyprus' bread basket before the people indigenous to it were forced by invasion, to leave. Indeed what infrastructure there was, was used, with lack of care, as plunder; the result was thirst.

...this water from the so called "Peace pipeline" is mostly for cucumbers, don't you now? Only 30% is used for drinking water, owned by an unknown few in Turkey, along with every watt of power, now privatised.

cheers, Mr. Harris; enjoyed your presentation."
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