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Example 1

A centrifugal pump has a 100 mm diameter suction pipe and a 75 mm diameter delivery

pipe. When discharging 15 l/s of water, the inlet water mercury manometer with one

limb exposed to the atmosphere recorded a vacuum deflection of 198 mm; the mercury

level on the suction side was 100 mm below the pipe centerline. The delivery pressure

gauge, 200 mm above the pump inlet, recorded a pressure of 0.95 bar. The measured in

put power was 3.2 kW. Calculate the pump efficiency. (See fig.1)

Solution;

Manometric head = rise in total head

Hm

p

p2 V22

V2

z 1 1

g 2 g

g 2 g

p2

0.95 *10.198 9.65m of water

g

V2 3.39m / s;

V22

0.588m

2g

V12

0.186m

2g

Then Hm 9.69 0.588 0.2 - (-2.793 0.186) 13.09m

output power gQHm( watts )

Efficiency ( )

input power

3200( watts )

3.2 0.015 13.09

3.2

V1 1.91m / s;

Fig 1.

As existing pump, having the tabulated characteristics is to be used to pump raw sewage

to a treatment plant through a static lift of 20 m. An uPVC pipeline 10 km long is to be

used. Allowing for minor losses totaling 10 V2/2g and taking an effective roughness of

0.15 mm because of sliming, select a suitable commercially available pipe size to

achieve a discharge of 60 l/s. Calculate this power consumption.

Discharge (l/s)

Total head (m)

Overall efficiency

(per cent)

0

45

10

44.7

20

43.7

30

42.5

40

40.6

50

38

60

35

70

31

35

50

57

60

60

53

40

Solution;

At 60 l/s, total head = 35.0 m, therefore the sum of the static lift and pipeline losses

must not exceed 35.0 m.

Try 300 mm diameter: A=0.0707 m2

Re = 2.25*100000 ; k/D = 0.0005

V=0.85 m/s

=0.019= f

2

Friction head loss 0.019 10000 0.85 23.32m

0.3 19.62

Try 300 mm diameter: A=0.0962 m2

V=0.624 m/s;

=0.0185

Hf=10.48m;

hm

10 0.624 2

0 .2 m

19.612

The pump would deliver approximately 70 l/s through the 350 mm pipe and to regulate

the flow to 60 l/s an additional head loss of 4.32 m by valve closure would be required.

Power consumption P 1000 9.81 0.06 35 38.85kW

0.55 1000

Two identical pumps having the tabulated characteristics are to be installed in a

pumping station to deliver sewage to a settling tank through a 200 mm uPVC pipeline

2.5 km long. The static lift is 15 m. Allowing for minor head losses of 10.0V 2/2g and

assuming an effective roughness of 0.15 mm calculate the discharge and power

consumption if the pumps were to be connected: (a) in parallel, and (b) in series.

Pump Characteristics

discharge (l/s)

Total head (m)

Overall efficiency (per cent)

0

30

10

27.5

44

20

23.5

58

30

17

50

40

7.5

18

Solution;

The system curve is computed as in the previous examples; this is, of course ,

independent of the pump characteristics. Calculated system heads (H) are tabulated

below for discrete discharges (Q)

H HsT h f hm

Q (l/s)

H (m)

10

16.53

20

20.8

30

27.37

40

36.48

The predicted head v. discharge curve for dual pump operation in parallel mode is

obtained as described,.i.e. by doubling she discharge over the range of heads (since

the pumps are identical in this case). The system and efficiency curves are added as

shown in fig. 2. From the intersection of the characteristic and system curves the

following results are obtained:

Single pimp operation; Q = 22.5 l/S; Hm = 24 m ; = 0.58

Power consumption = 9.13 kW

Parallel operation, Q = 28.5 l/S; Hm = 26 m ; = 0.51

(Corresponding with 14.25 l/s per pump)

Power input = 14.11 kW

(b) Series operation

Using the method described in section 6.3 (b) and plotting the dual-pump

characteristic curve, intersection with the system curve yields (see Fig 3)

Q=32.5 l/S; Hm = 28 m ; = 0.41

Power input = 21.77kW

Note that for this particular pipe system, comparing the relative power consumptions the

parallel operation is more efficient in producing an increase in discharge than the series

operation.

Example 4

A laboratory test on a pump revealed that the onset of cavitations occurred at a

discharge of 35 l/s, when the total head at inlet was reduced to 2.5m and the total head

across the pump was 32 m. Barometric pressure was 760 mm Hg and the vapor pressure

17 mm Hg. Calculate the Thoma cavitation number. The pump is to be installed in a

situation where the atmospheric pressure is 650 mm Hg and water temperature 10C

(Vapor Pressure 9.22 mmHg) to give the same total head and discharge. The losses and

velocity head in the suction pipe are estimated to be 0.55 m of water. What is the

maximum height of the suction lift?

Solution;

H suc 2.5m H suc

pv

2.5 0.23 2.27

2.27

0.071

32

p 5 V52

p

V2

z 5 hL 1 1 z1

2g

2g

p5

p

p

V2

p

v 1 v z 5 z1 5 hL NPSH

2g

0.55

p

p

z 5 z1 1 v 0.55 NPSH 8.84 0.1254 0.55 2.27 5.89m

Example 4

The pump of Fig 4a.is placed in a 10-in- diameter pipe (f=0.020), 1300 ft long, which is

used to lift water from one reservoir to another. The difference in water surface

elevations between the reservoirs fluctuates from 20ft to 100ft. Plot a curve showing

delivery rate versus water surface elevation difference. Plot also the corresponding

efficiencies. The pump is operated at a constant speed of 1450 rpm. Neglect minor

losses.

Solution;

Plot the pump characteristic curve and pipe system curves for a variety of zs.

z,ft

20

40

60

80

100

110

Q, gpm

2500

2320

2100

1860

1350

940

efficiency, %

68

76

81

84

77

66

Example 5

Suppose a pump is to pump water at a head of 130ft, the water temperature being

100F and the barometric pressure being 14.3 psia. At intake the pressures is a vacuum

of 17 in Hg and the velocity is 12 fps. What are the values of NPSH and ?

Solution;

NPSH p s abs / Vs2 / 2 g p v /

p s abs

p v / 135 / 62 2.18 ft

Example 6

A pump is delivering 7500 gpm of water at 140 F at a head of 240 ft, and the

barometric pressure is 13.8 psia. Determine the reading on a pressure gage in inches of

mercury vacuum at the suction flange when cavitation is incipient. Assume the suction

pipe diameter equals 2 ft and neglect the effects of prerotation. Take c=0.085

Solution;

p s abs / Vs2 / 2 g p v / / h

let p gage pressure at suction flange

p s abs p atm p 13.8 p

p v / 416 / 61.4 6.775 ft

2

Example 7

or 4.88 in Hg vacuum

Water is being pumped from a reservoir to the top of a hill, where it is discharged, as

shown in Fig. The pump, which is 70 % efficient, is rated at 150kW. Find the flow rate

at which water is being discharged from the pipe. Neglect minor losses

Solution;

p1 / V12 / 2 g z1 E p p 2 / V 22 / 2 g z 2 h L

V Q/ A

500

V2 Q /

1000

/ 4 5.093Q

h L h f f L / D V 2 / 2 g

Assume

500

2

2

f 0.018, hL 0.018 975 /

5.093Q) / 2 * 9.807 46.42Q

1000

.

0 0 111 .0 10.725 / Q 0 5.093Q) 2 / 2 * 9.807 150.2 46.42Q 2

This solution was based on the assumed value of f of 0.018. However, the value of f is

dependent on the Reynolds number and relative roughness. Therefore a new value of f

should be determined based on the computed value of Q of 0.254 m3/s.

/ D 0.00030 / 500 / 1000 0.00060

2

From Fig, f=0.018. Hence, the computed flow rate of 0.254 m3/s is correct.

Example 8

Oil with a specific gravity of 0.87 is being pumped from a lower reservoir to an

elevated tank as shown in Fig. The pump in the system is 78% efficient and is rated at

185 KW. Determine the flow rate of the oil in the pipe if the total head loss from point 1

to 2 is 12 of oil.

Solution;

p1 / v12 / 2 g z1 E p p 2 / v 22 / 2 g z 2 hL

p1 / p 2 / v 22 / 2 g 0

z1 150m

EP

2

2

2

v 22 / 2 g Q / A / 2 g Q / 0.160 / 4 /( 2 * 9.807) 126.12Q 2

P QE P

z 2 200m

hL 12m

16.94 / Q

126.12Q 2 16.94 / Q 62 0

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