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1. General
1.1. Pump system layout
1.2. Location of pump system
1.3. Types of pump system
1.4. Inflow
2. Sizing of pumps
2.2. Selection of pump and pipe layout
3. Pump service life
3.1. Abrasive liquids
3.2. Corrosive liquids
3.3. Cavitation
4. Density and viscosity
4.2. Pump performance in highly viscous liquids
4.3. Other pump types for handling high-density liquids
5. Power supply
5.1. Undervoltage and overvoltage
5.2. Current asymmetry
5.3. Voltage asymmetry
5.4. Frequency
5.5. Voltage transients
6. Liquid temperature
6.1. External cooling
6.2. High-temperature cable derating
7. Pump sump
7.1. Layout of pumping station inlet
7.2. Sizing of pump sump
7.3. Auto-coupling sealing
8. Dry pit installation
8.1. Vibration and noise
8.2. Cavitation
8.3. Suction pipework: dimensions and design
8.6. Vibrations
9. Grinder pump application
9. Grinder pump application
10. Discharge flow velocity
10.1. Minimum
10.2. Maximum
10.3. Launcher
11. Water hammer
12. Key figures and diagrams
12.1. Inlet flow
12.2. Pressure loss in pipes
13. Practical examples
13.1. Case No. 1: Effluent pumping
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Wastewater Pumps - Eng'g Manual

Wastewater Pumps - Eng'g Manual

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Published by: Ismael Llamelo Perez on Jul 26, 2013
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