Homework 3 Problem 6 Pump Design

Homework 3 Problem 6 Pump Design - with an eff 0.4 feet....

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Unformatted text preview: with an eff 0.4 feet. the pump c ation occurr H A , is given 2 0.5069 psia hen e pump is l k 1. The wat 2 der: Israel t a rate of 1 s shown in t otal length o coefficients, tion factor f ficiency of 8 can be locat ring. by the equa at 80 F and . located at t ter surface 1,600 the figure of the pipe , K L , for the for the pipe 84% and th ted above ation is 62.22 he of tank 2 is e e he s Page 2 of 2 where is the pipe length and is the friction factor. d. Calculate the amount of head needed at the pump shaft. e. Calculate the power in horsepower needed to drive the pump. 1.818E 3 hp = 1 lb*ft/s Only use one significant figure after the decimal place....
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