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Working Guide to Pump and Pumping Stations
 
 

Working Guide to Pump and Pumping Stations, 1st Edition

Calculations and Simulations

 
Working Guide to Pump and Pumping Stations, 1st Edition,E. Shashi Menon,ISBN9781856178280
 
 
 

  

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Gain a valuable insight into the internal workings of pumps and pump station systems and their components.

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Key Features

  • Calculations for their selection, sizing and power output
  • Case studies based on the author’s 35 years of field experience
  • Covers all types of pumps
  • Simplified models and simulations

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Working Guide to Pumps and Pumping Stations: Calculations and Simulations discusses the application of pumps and pumping stations used in pipelines that transport liquids. It provides an introduction to the basic theory of pumps and how pumps are applied to practical situations using examples of simulations, without extensive mathematical analysis. The book begins with basic concepts such as the types of pumps used in the industry; the properties of liquids; the performance curve; and the Bernoullis equation. It then looks at the factors that affect pump performance and the various methods of calculating pressure loss in piping systems. This is followed by discussions of pump system head curves; applications and economics of centrifugal pumps and pipeline systems; and pump simulation using the software PUMPCALC. In most cases, the theory is explained and followed by solved example problems in both U.S. Customary System (English) and SI (metric) units. Additional practice problems are provided in each chapter as further exercise. This book was designed to be a working guide for engineers and technicians dealing with centrifugal pumps in the water, petroleum, oil, chemical, and process industries.

Readership

Petroleum engineers, mechanical engineers, civil engineers, process engineers, facilities engineers, plant engineers, pipeline engineers, technicians, and operators

Working Guide to Pump and Pumping Stations, 1st Edition

Introduction

Chapter One: Pump Performance

Chapter Two: Liquid Properties versus Pump Performance

Chapter Three: Power Required to Drive Pumps

Chapter Four: Pump Performance at different Impeller Size and speeds

Chapter Five: Pump Applications

 
 

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