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Aqueduct Brevenne

45 ° 45 '39 "N , 4 ° 47 '08 "EAqueduct BrévenneAqueduct BrévenneRampant and siphon leaking tank Clubs in Tassin-la-Demi-LuneRampant and siphon leaking tank Clubs in Tassin-la-Demi-LuneLocationCountryFlag of France la FrancePlaceRhoneTypeAqueductContact information45 ° 45 '39 "North , 4 ° 47 '08 "EastGeolocation on the map: metropolis of Lyon(See location on map: metropolis of Lyon) Aqueduct Brévenne Aqueduct Brévenneedit See the documentation of the modelThe Aqueduct Brévenne is one of the ancient aqueducts of Lyon serving the ancient city of Lugdunum . Third Lyons built aqueduct, it measured 70 km in length, and arrived at the district Fourvière in the current 5th district of Lyon . It is named after the river in the watershed which he fed the Brévenne .Summary1History2Plot3Techniques used3.1Siphon3.2Falls4Flow5Images6References7See also7.1Bibliography7.2Related articles7.3External LinksHistory [ change | modify the code ]The aqueduct Brévenne was built during the reign of Claude .Plot [ edit | edit the code ]elevation profile of the upper part of the aqueduct Brévenne; in particular we notice the two areas of falls and the first siphon.The first collection of the aqueduct is located high enough in altitude (about 600 meters), in the municipality of Aveize . The aqueduct is located on the underside of the mountains of Lyonnais , he should get round to the north to reach the Saône valley is situated Lyon.Implementations techniques [ edit | edit the code ]Siphon [ edit | edit the code ]This section is empty, insufficiently detailed or incomplete. Your help is welcome!Falls [ change | modify the code ]The ideal average slope was located around 1.5 mm / m, that is to say 1.5 ‰. In addition, the speed of the water was likely to exceed 1 m / s and deteriorate its erosive action by the tunnel. Or aqueduct Brévenne started from a fairly high altitude; its average gradient was 5 ‰ . It was therefore essential to the Romans to break the slope. The chosen solution was to build courts reaches horizontal or low slope, separated by vertical drops made in the wells. These falls were about 2.3 meters to 2.5 meters. Often, many falls, forming a true hydraulic staircase, succeeded as Chevinay , where the water falls from 87 meters just 300 meters away .Flow [ edit | edit the code ]Camille Germain Montauzan believes his speed was the most important of the four works supplying Lyon (28 000 m 3 a day, 324 L / s) , which is now considered the theoretical throughput of the aqueduct . However, John Burdy is more reserved and concedes to work as a discharge of 10 000 m3 per day (115 L / s) in this book , .Pictures [ change | modify the code ]The aqueduct Brévenne to CourzieuThe aqueduct Brévenne in Aqueduct Park in Dardilly .Remains of bridge-siphon boardwalk, Ecully.bridge-siphon reconstitution of boards by Mr. Gabut.References [ change | modify the code ]↑ Camille Germain Montauzan 1908 , "Chapter II - § III. - From Tiberius to Flavian. Third aqueduct of Claudius. "P. 26 & 27.↑ Camille Germain Montauzan 1908 , "Chapter II - § IV. - Track of the aqueduct The Brévenne. "P. 84.↑ a and b Jean Burdy 2008 , "Falls", p. 75.↑ Camille Germain Montauzan 1908 , "Chapter V - § II. - Flow measurement and distribution, "p. 345.↑ John Burdy 2008 , "The aqueducts of Lugdunum," p. 33.↑ signage Roman aqueduct sheet of Brévenne, site of the Swing-plow, record from the book by Jean Burdy 1993See also [ edit | edit the code ]On the other Wikimedia projects:Aqueduct Brévenne , Wikimedia CommonsReferences [ change | modify the code ]Document used for writing A document used as a source for writing this article.Collective work, The Roman aqueducts of Lyon, The Swing-plow, Lyon, 1988Document used for writing John Burdy, Roman aqueducts of Lyon, Lyon, The Swing-plow, 2008 136 pp. ( ISBN 9782729706838 )Document used for writing Camille Germain Montauzan, Roman aqueducts of Lyon: Comparative study of Roman archeology. PhD thesis, Paris, Ernest Leroux Editor 1908 496 p. ( ASIN B001C94UG8 , read online )Sextus Julius Frontinus , De Aquis Urbis Romœ, Rome, 100 130 p. ( Read online ), p. 129Stéphane Ardouin, New Discoveries on the aqueduct of Brévenne in Archéologia No. 539, January 2016, p. 18.Related articles [ edit | edit the code ]Ancient aqueducts of LyonAqueduct of the Golden MountainsAqueduct of YzeronGier aqueduct

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