Meeting the Pump Users Needs is a documentation of the 12th International Pump Technical Conference. Pump makers have always understood that their equipment provides an essential service to the pump users. Pumps have been designed and built to satisfy the needs of the user. The main thrust of this book is to share between users, specifiers, and makers their knowledge and experiences leading to better understanding of what the user needs now and would like for the future, and what the designer/maker can provide now and may be able to offer for the future. This book also describes an unusual method of calculating a head generated across a multistage pump when the impeller diameters are changed. The method leads to significantly larger calculated changes of head than predicted from the conventional affinity law approach. This text is a useful reference and source of information for engineering students and those conducting research on pump manufacturing.
"Modular Design" an Approach to Optimize Pump Performances Saving Manufacturing Costs Concurrent Design in Centrifugal Pumps Development and Operational Performance of Fluiglide Thin Surface Coatings to Yorkshire Water Medium Scale Water Supply Pumps Exachem - A New Design for Canned Motor Pumps Centrifugal Pump Performance Testing — Power Industry User Requirements Standard Pumps for Large Projects Comparison of Various Boiler Feed Pump-Designs Used in Fossil-Fired Power Stations Avoid Low Flow Pump Problems Centrifugal Pump Trouble Shooting: The 90% Solution A Method for Experimental and Numerical Characterization of the Vibratory Behavior of a Main Coolant Pump Cost-Conscious Operation of Submersible Pumps in Water Supply and Industry Towards Vibration Reduction and Isolation The Thermodynamic Experience in the UK Water Industry Considerations Affecting the Design of Pump Chambers for Improved Mechanical Seal Reliability Critical Operating Conditions of a Mechanical Seal Seals for FGD Duties Super Stainless Steels for Seawater Service The Problems of Design, Installation and Operation of Cryogenic Pumps Experience in Development and Commercialization of Adaptive Metering Pump Units Thermoplastic Pumps Reduce Downtime, Minimizing Maintenance Costs Selection of an Optimal Centrifugal Pump for Transfer of Abrasive Slurries in Concrete Operating Conditions Sigma Mixed-Flow Pumps Optimization of Pumping Elements of Eccentric Screw Pumps Rotary Screw Pumps for Multiphase Products Pumping Viscous Fluids with Progressing Cavity Pumps Omnidyne — A Fresh Approach to Integrated Pumps and Motors Use of Positive Displacement Pumps for Low Lubricating Media Reliability and Efficiency in Centrifugal Pumps Criteria for the Development of a Modern Magnetic Clutch Pump with Maximum Operational Reliability Special Features of Designing Dynamic Pumps with Open Impellers The Quality of Design The Change Rule of End-Head and Flow of Multistage Centrifuga
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- 22nd October 2013
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