Gear pumps and motors w1175 inches d2185 inches l

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Gear Pumps and Motors W=1.175 inches D=2.185 inches L= 3.951 inches [email protected] RPM = 20.43 GPM CIR Displacement= 2.608 cubic inches Vane Pumps and Motors W=1.315 inches D= 2.784 inches L= 3.132 inches [email protected]= 31.8105 GPM
CIR Displacement= 4.061 cubic inches Piston Pumps and Motors A=6.087 square inches L= 2.4 inches N= 7 pistons [email protected]= 65.193 GPM CIR Displacement= 8.36 cubic inches Conclusions/Recommendations: The positive displacement pump is not dependent on pressure to operate. Increasing the RPM for a positive displacement pump increases the GPM output. Real World Applications: gear pumps, piston pumps, vane pumps, centrifugal pumps. Post Lab Answers: 1. As the input shaft rotates, the pistons create pressure to move the fluid forward. 2. Displacement is Q=P*V 3000RPM/1atm=3000GPM. 3. 3000RPM. 4. Positive Displacement Pump 5. There are gear pumps, where the liquid is pushed between two gears. Screw pumps involve two screws turning to move the fluid forward. 6. Positive displacement means that the pump is not dependent on pressure to operate. 7. Piston pumps have a wider pressure range than most other pumps. They also have a continuous discharge rate.

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