By Lev Nelik
Centrifugal and Rotary Pumps bargains either execs and scholars a concise reference detailing the layout, functionality, and rules of operation of the several pumps varieties outlined through the Hydraulic Institute. From old heritage to the most recent traits and technological advancements, the writer makes a speciality of details with real-world practicality and methods you could enforce immediately.
Beginning with the basics, the textual content then shifts to actual box instances that handle functions, pumpage, approach interplay, reliability, failure research, and functional ideas. by means of together with specification parameters and standards for the applying of assorted pumps, this complete ebook offers worthwhile and well timed fabric that plant engineers, upkeep employees, operators can use and proportion with colleagues.
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2. 5 gpm at this pressure. 2 POWER REQUIREMENTS The power requirements for progressing cavity pumps are expressed differently by various manufacturers. Some manufacturers express the power requirements simply as horsepower required at a certain speed, and others express them as torque. Since the progressing cavity pump is considered a constant torque device when operating ©1999 CRC Press LLC FIGURE 39 PC-pump performance curve. ) FIGURE 40 Slip index curve. ) at a given differential pressure, using torque to determine power requirements is a simplified and accurate method of determining the power requirements and will allow better selection of drive components, especially hydraulic and electrical variable speed type drives.
Attention to relief valve operation is very important. ©1999 CRC Press LLC INTERNAL GEAR PUMPS Designed for low pressure at low speed. Drive gear is cantilever, vs. between-bearings arrangement of external gear pumps. A cantilever design requires a bigger shaft, to minimize deflections. This may shorten seal life. These pumps are simple to assemble and repair, with little training, and, when applied appropriately, can do the job well and inexpensively. The issues are similar to the external gear pumps — close clearances, with possibility of contact, wear or galling, if stainless construction (in which case wearplates made from carbon or bronze are required).
The two outer screws, called idler rotors, also have their discharge ends exposed to discharge pressure. Through various arrangements, discharge pressure is introduced into a hydrostatic pocket area at the inlet end of the idler rotors (see Figure 33b). The effective area is just slightly less than the exposed discharge end area, resulting in approximately equal opposing axial forces on the idler rotors. The idler rotors are therefore in compression. Should any force cause the idler rotor to move toward discharge, a resulting loss of pressure, acting on the cup shoulder area or hydrostatic land area, tends to restore the idler rotor to its design running position.