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Course: CHE 3101, Fall 2008
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3101 ChE 1 Ideal head vs. capacity relationship for centrifugal pumps 2 Pump efficiency 3 4 5 Net positive suction head Critical height for pump placement Reynolds number for porous media Blake-Kozeny equation for porous media Burke-Plumber equation for porous media Ergun equation for porous media Darcys Law (general and 1D flow) Equations from part IV of course. hi = 2 v2 Text Ref. g v2 cot 2 Q 2 r2 b2 g...

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3101 ChE 1 Ideal head vs. capacity relationship for centrifugal pumps 2 Pump efficiency 3 4 5 Net positive suction head Critical height for pump placement Reynolds number for porous media Blake-Kozeny equation for porous media Burke-Plumber equation for porous media Ergun equation for porous media Darcys Law (general and 1D flow) Equations from part IV of course. hi = 2 v2 Text Ref. g v2 cot 2 Q 2 r2 b2 g useful work total work efficiency = Eq. 10.3 NPSH = 2 Ps v s P + v 2 g g g for a closed sump, replace Patm P P z* = NPSH R + v atm + hL g g with the sump pressure v s is superficial velocity D p vs Re PM = is porosity (void vol./total vol.) (1 ) D p is particle diameter 6 7 ghL = 150 v s (1 ) 2 L D 2 3 p 2 vs L (1 ) Dp 3 Re...

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