3013-11 Lecture 8 - Transportation and Metering of Fluids 3

3013-11 Lecture 8 - Transportation and Metering of Fluids 3...

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CHE 3013 – Fall 11 1 of 5 Smay Lecture 8 Transportation and Metering of Fluids 3 Assignments Assigned Reading Chapter 12, pp 685-686, 693-694, and 698-719 of Munson, et al. Visit www.pumpschool.com Handouts (on D2L unless stated otherwise) none Outline 1. Pumps Key Concepts 1. Differences between reciprocating, rotary, and centrifugal pumps. 2. Differential head 3. NPSH required and NPSH available 4. Pump and motor efficiencies Key Skills 1. Prepare pump specifications 2. Select a pump to meet system requirements 3. Specify suction line size, length, and NPSH available
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Estimate pump power and operating cost 5. Interpret and utilize centrifugal pump performance curves CHE 3013 Fall 09 2 of 5 Wagner From GPSA Engineering Data Book, 11 th Edition, Gas Processors Association, Tulsa, OK, 2000, Figure 12-3, p 12-3 CHE 3013 Fall 09 3 of 5 Wagner Overhead Line Reflux P column Z 1 Z 2 Reflux Pump Condenser Condensate Receiver Preliminary Design Example CHE 3013 Fall 09 4 of 5 Wagner Performance Curve from Vendor Catalog CHE 3013 Fall 09 5 of 5 Wagner Flowserve Hydraulic Datasheet...
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