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TRAINING

COURSE

Units - Part 1

PRESSURE

Common unit : bar

1 bar = 1,02 kgf/cm

= 1 daN/cm

= 10 N/cm

= 0,99 atm

= 105 Pa (Pascal)

= about 10 m of water column (wC)

= 751 mmHg

ENERGY

Units : Heating -> thermy/hour (th/h)

Cooling -> frigory/hour (fg/h)

1 th/h = 1000 kcal/h

= 1,163 kW/h

1 fg/h = -103 cal/h

= -1 kcal/h

1 kW/h = 860 kcal/h

MOTOR POWER

Units : Watt (W) - kiloWatt (kW)

1 kW =1000 W

= 1,36 hp (horse power)

1 hp = 736 W

ABSOLUTE PRESSURE

Is equal to the gauge pressure (or relative) plus the atmospheric

pressure (1 bar at sea level)

Starts at absolute zero

GAUGE PRESSURE

Is reading pressure gauge

Starts at atmospheric pressure

An gauge pressure of 5 bar, makes 5+1= 6 bar absolute

Usually, pressure gauge are in gauge pressure.

Units - Part 2

Is the pressure difference between the inlet and the oulet of the boiler

T = Toutlet - Tinlet

HEATING POWER

P = Q x t for water with :

P = heating power in kcal/h

Q = water flow in litres/hour (l/h)

FLOW

P

Q=

t

Q = water flow in litres/hour (l/h)

P = heating power in kcal/h

lowest points of the network.

Hs

Is required for calculating the static pressure of the

network.

C

STATIC PRESSURE

(Suction head)

NB : it is necessary to have a static pressure at the suction of the pump higher than

NB : pump NPSHr specialy in open networks or roof installations.

Units - Part 3

CONVERSION FACTORS

FLOW HEAD

Given Unit Multiply by required unit Given Unit Multiply by required unit

16,667 l/min 0.098 x SG bar

3,670 gpm 3,281 ft

m/h m 1.42 x SG psi

4,400 USgpm 0.1 x SG kg/cm

0,278 l/s 9.8 x SG kPa

60,000 l/min 10.211 / SG m

13,200 gpm 33.5 / SG ft

l/s bar 14,5 psi

15,838 USgpm 1,02 kg/cm

3,600 m/h 100 kPa

3,788 l/min 0,305 m

0,833 gpm 0.03 x SG bar

Usgpm ft 0.433 x SG psi

0,063 l/s 0.03 x SG kg/cm

0,227 m/h 2.988 x SG kPa

4,546 l/min 0.703 / SG m

1,200 USgpm 0,069 bar

gpm psi 2.31 / SG ft

0,076 l/s 0,07 kg/cm

0,273 m/h 6,9 kPa

0,220 gpm 10 / SG m

0,264 USgpm 0,981 bar

l/min kg/cm 32.81 / SG ft

0,017 l/s 14,22 psi

0,060 m/h 98 kPa

* SG is for Specific Gravity - pure water SG is 1 g/cm

m/h x 353.7

Flow velocity through circular pipe (m/s) =

(pipe internal diameter in mm)

Shaft power Input (kW) =

Pump efficiency () x 367

motor kW x 100

Full load current for 3 phase motor (A) =

3 x efficiency () x Volt x power factor (cos )

motor kW x 100

Full load current for 1 phase motor (A) =

efficiency () x Volt x power factor (cos )

Synchronous speed = Number of pole

Starting torque as % of FL torque 130% 43%

Starting current as % of FL current 600% 200%

Power definition in three phase

Electrical input power for the

Electrical

power supply, or consump-

P1 P1 = U . I . V3 . Cos (in Watt)

panel

tion. It is what ones pays. kW absorbed

kW P1 =

XXXX Motor efficiency ()

kWh

P2

power. For a fixed frecuency, input power.

it is the power available at

Motor kW

motor shaft. P2>Hydraulic input power

the motor also called "util

power" Q (m3/h) x H (m) x SG

kW =

367 x (pump efficiency)

Flow : 100 m3/h - Head : 19m Measured data :

Pump efficiency : 75%

Flow 130 m3/h - Head 22 mWC

P.abs.Hyd = (100x19)x1/(367x0,75) = 6,90 kW U = 400 V - I = 19,7 A

Data : motor cos : 88%

P1 = 12 kW

Selected motor : P2 = 7,5 kW

Motor efficiency : 83% kW abs. = 12 x 0,87 = 10,44 kW

P1 = 6,9 / 0,83 = 8,31 kW

Pump efficiency =

OPTION 2 = (130x22) / (367x10,44) = 0,746

= 74,6%

Selected motor : P2 = 9 kW

Motor efficiency : 85%

P1 = 6,9 / 0,85 = 8,12 kW

Friction losses curves

DN50

Head

48 mm/m

12 mm/m

DN40 DN50

Head

38 mm/m

12 mm/m

6 m3/h

Flow

Friction losses in serie

VALVE FILTER

Head

J1

Flow

Friction losses in parallel

VALVE J1

Q1

Q Q

FILTER J2 Q2

Head

J1 J2

J = J1 = J2

Q1 Q=Q1+Q2 Flow

Q2

Pump's hydraulic characteristic : closed loop

Total

Head

Pump's curve

Friction

losses curve

Duty

point

Head

supplied

by the

pump

Flow

Flow supplied by the pump

Pump's hydraulic characteristic : open loop

Total

Head

Pump's curve

Friction

losses curve

Duty

point

Friction

Head losses

supplied

by the

pump

Geometrical

height

Flow

Flow supplied by the pump

Over estimation of friction losses - Closed loop

Calculated

friction

looses

Total

Head

Pump 1

Real friction

looses

Calculated Pump 1

duty duty

point

Pump 2

Pump 2

duty

point

Risks :

Noise in the pipework

Higher NPSHn requested

More power consumption

Faster wear

Solutions :

Trim the impeller diameter

Increase the friction losses (diaphram, valves)

Reduce the speed

Over estimation of friction losses - Open loop

Calculated

friction

looses

Total

Head

Pump 1

Real friction

looses

Calculated Pump 1

duty duty

point

Pump 2

Real

friction Pump 2

looses duty

point

Hg

Risks :

Noise in the pipework

Higher NPSHn requested

More power consumption

Faster wear

Solutions :

Trim the impeller diameter

Increase the friction losses (diaphram, valves)

Reduce the speed

Negative suction lift

(given by the pump manufacturer).

TH : Total Head

Pr

=> NPSHa = ( Patm - Pv ) / SG - Hs - Js

=> TH = Hs + Js + Hd + Jd + Pr

Hd

Jd

=> MSC = Patm - NPSHr

Js

Hs

CAUTION :

NPSHa > NPSHr - minimum 0,5 to 1 meter

CAVITATION risk if NPSH a < NPSHr

MSC > Ha + Ja - minimum 0,5 to 1 meter

If temperature increases, MSC decreases

If altitude increases (P atm decreases), MSC decreases

Positive suction lift

(given by the pump manufacturer).

TH : Total Head

Pr

=> NPSHa = ( Patm - Pv ) / SG + Hc - Js

=> TH = - Hc + Js + Hd + Jd + Pr

Hd

Jd

=> MSC = Patm - NPSHr

Hc

Js

CAUTION :

NPSHa > NPSHr - minimum 0,5 to 1 meter

CAVITATION risk if NPSH a < NPSHr

MSC > Ha + Ja - minimum 0,5 to 1 meter

If temperature increases, MSC decreases

If altitude increases (P atm decreases), MSC decreases

Same pumps in serie

Head

H1 Pump 1

Q Flow

Head

H2 Pump 2

Q Flow

Head

H1+H2 Pumps 1 + 2

Q Flow

Same pumps in parallel

Q1

Q Q

Q2

Head Head

Pump 1 H Pump 2

H

Q1 Flow Q2 Flow

Head

Pumps 1 + 2

Q1+Q2 Flow

Different pumps in serie

Head

Pump 1

H1

Q Flow

Head

Pump 2

H2

Q

Flow

Head

Pump 1 + 2

H1+H2

Q Flow

Different pumps in parallel

Q1

Q Q

Q2

Head Head

Pump 1 H Pump 2

H

Q1 Flow Q2 Flow

Head

Pumps 1 + 2

Q1+Q2

Flow

NPSH

NPSH curse according flow

1 2 3 4 5 Flow

m3/h

The pump's suction capacity is defined by the NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head).

NPSH is a measurement of the difference between the local net pressure and pumped liquid's

vapor pressure (Hva)

It is one of the essential parameters to take into account when selecting a centrifugal pump in the

following cases :

a/ When the pumped water level is below the pump shaft.

b/ When the pumped fluid reaching the pump entrace is close to vapor point.

NPSH required

Is determinated by the pump manufacturer ; it depends of the pump type, the impeller diameter,

the flow and the pump speed.

The NPSHr (requested) of a pump, given in meters of liquid, indicates the minimum absolute

pressure necessary at the pump's suction for correct running.

NPSHr enables the pump's MSC (Maximum suction capacity)to be calculated. The MSC is given

in meters of water and indicates the height above which a pump is able to draw water and pump

normally.

Complete

emptyness

NPSHr

10,33 m

maximum

Atmospheric M.S.C. Atmospheric

pressure pressure

M.S.C. = Patm - NPSHr

Po - Pv

M.S.C. = 10 x . - NPSHr

SG

Po : Absolute pressure in the suction tank (in bar)

Pv : Vapor tension of the pumped liquid at the pumped temperature (in bar)

SG : Specific Gravity - pure water SG is 1 g/cm

NPSH available

NPSHa at pump suction depends on individual installation (fluid's nature and pressure,

temperature, vapor tension, altitude, diameter and shape of the pipes, etc.). It is totally

independent of the pump.

The NPSH available is equal to the absolute pressure at the suction flange over the vaporization

pressure of the fluid.

IN order to have the installation running properly, it is mandatory to have the NPSH

available a the pump's suction higher than the NPSH necessary for the same pump.

The security range is to be between 0,5 to 1 m head depending on the pump.

Pa - Pv Va

NPSHa = 10 x +

SG 2g

NPSHa in meters

Pa : Absolute pressure at the pump's suction.

Pv : Vapor tension of the pumped fluid.

SG : Specific Gravity - pure water SG is 1 g/cm

Va : Speed at the pump suction

g : gravity acceleration

Atmospheric

pressure

ha

Ja M.S.H.

M.S.C.

Pv

0,5 a 1 m

NPSHa

NPSHn

Absolute

zero

NPSH necessary NPSH available

(for the pump) (from the instalation)

Ja : Suction piing network's total friction looses

Pump cavitation

Head

Head 1

Head 2

Flow

NPSH

Atm. pressure /

Pv /

ha

NPSHa Ja

NPSHn

Flow

Glandless pump installation

2 2

1 3 1 3

0 4 0 4

Boiler Radiador

Expansion

vessel

looses

Pressure

diferential

(read at the

pressure

gauge)

Pump's

discharge

head

Pump's Expansion tank's

suction static pressure

head

Recommendations for a glandless pump's

installation

dynamic head

Valve

Suction Discharge

Pressure

head head

gauge

Drain

Valve

4. Make sure the input current is compatible with the current indicated on the motor.

5. Electrical protection is requested for single phase motors from 100W and mandatoy for all

three phase motors.

6. Check the Total Dynamic Head and adjust the glandless pump at the correct speed (avoid to

use the circulator at the curves extermities).

7. Make sure to have the minimum head requested according the temperature (static pressure).

8. When the glandless pump isn't running, even for a long time, keep it in the water (with glycol if

necessary).

9. Make sure the glandless pump is rotating freely before starting it after a long period of time

without running.

Glandless pumps' suction minimum pressure

Glandless pump model

90C 110C 130C

NSB 3 10

NXL12 - NZL12 - NXL15 - NXL30 - NXL50

NYV12 - NYL12 - NYL30 - DYL30 3

XA15NV - C1026NV 95C maxi

NXV12 - ZOON225XV for MXV12 10

CXL50 and

CXL2025 - CXL2050 ZOOM225XV

ZOOM225NXL - ZOOM260L

CXL70 - CXL80

CXL2070 - CXL2080 5 12

C2400NB

CXL100 - CXL2100 - ZOOM 245NXAV - ZOOM260NXAV -

6 13

ZOOM300L - ZOOM300NB

ZOOM320C 10 17 30

(E)C1115(N) - (E)C1116(N) - (E)C1120(N) -

(E)C1210(N) - (E)C1220(N) - (E)C1313(N) - (E)C1513(N) - 4 11 24

(E)C2500(N) - (E)C2650(N)

(E)C1230(N) - (E)C1420(N) - (E)C2655(N) 6 13 26

(E)C1240(N) - (E)C1430(N)(1) - (E)C1440(N)(1)

10 17 30

(E)C2800(1)(N) - (E)C2805(N)(6)

ECX1400 - ECX1401 - ECX1500 -

6 13 26

ECX2400 - ECX2500

ECX1501 - ECX1650 - ECX1653 - ECX 1654 - ECX1655 -

10 17 30

ECX2501 - ECX2650 - ECX2653 - ECX2654

ECX1800 - CX1801B - CX1802B -

16 23 36

ECX2800 - CX2801B - CX2802B

SCX - SXM 32-80

12 19 32

SCX - DCX - SXM - DXM 50-90

SCX - DCX - SXM - DXM 40-40 et 65-50 9 16 29

SCX - DCX - SXM - DXM 40-80 13 20 33

SCX - DCX - SXM - DXM 50-25 ET 65-25 7 14 27

SCX - DCX - SXM - DXM 50-50 ET 80-25 11 18 31

SCX - DCX 80-50 14 21 34

SCX - DCX 65-90

16 23 36

SX - DX 1801-1802-2801-2802

PUMP SELECTION - THE FIRST QUESTIONS

Water loop Water supply Drainage - Sewage

Climatisation Surface Submerged Rain water Sewage water Corrosive

Heating (water level (water level Dirty water water

under 7 m) over 7 m)

1 - flow in m3/h ( Q ) X X X X X X

or

- Heating power ( kCal/h or kW or th/h) X

and Q l/h=kCal/h t

- Temperature difference ( C ) X

If unknowed, installation details

- Open circuit

- Suction height or suction load in m X

length in m X

diameter in mm X

- discharge height in m X X X X X

length in m X X X X X

diameter in mm X X X X X

Residual pressure in bar X X

- Loops

- Total loop length X

- diameter in mm X

5 - Pumped fluid

- Type X X X X

- temperature X X X X X X

6 - Remplacement

- Dimension between unions or flanges X

- Existing pipes diameter X

7 - Type of voltage

- Single phase - 230 V X X X X X X

- Three phase - 230 V X X X X X X

- Three phase - 400 V X X X X X X

Document interne Salmson - Reproduction interdite

QUESTIONNAIRE FOR THE STUDY

OF A PUMPING INSTALATION

Name (or company) Adress

Activity Tel Fax

NATURE. a Suction Discharge

Clear ..a Ladena if laden, nature a Height between the lower Height between the higher

Densitya Temperature (C).. a water level and suction port water level and discharge port

In case of replacement of a pump, indicate : ha . m hr .. m

- Brand, type, motor capacity : Storage tank height Total pipe length

- Hydraulic characteristics : hc .. m lr m

Total pipe length Pipe diametre

Pumping origin and location: la m dr. mm

River.. a Bore hole a Pit . a Pipe diametre lower water level

Tank under pressure a City water a Pressure (bar) da .... mm hn . m

Altitude (if higher than 1000m) ... a m Stainer or Valves .. nb

yes no

check valve Elbows . nb

Installation type: (see drawings below) Filter yes no

Suction A1 A2 A3 A4 Valves nb

Discharge R1 R2 R3 Elbows .. nb

Hydraulics requirements:

Flow (m3/h) ... a MOTOR :

Make sure the origin flow is sufficuent) Available voltage:

Expected pressure at the last tap RP 230 V - 1 ph a 230 V - 3 ph a 400 V - 3 ph a

Number of persons . a

m to water a 50 Hz a 60 Hz a

Bladder vessel litres

SELECTED PUMP:

Flow (m3/h) Head (mWC) Ports Motor kW

SUCTION DISCHARGE

Surface pump Immerged pump Surface or immerged pumps Drainage-Sewage

Maximum suction head Storage tank Suction head

Atmospheric pressure Under pressure bladder Atmospheric pressure

7m pressure A2 or above 7m

storage tank vessel storage tank or sewage

(friction looses inc.) town water supply A3 borehole or pit

TYPE OF INSTALLATION AND ACCESSORIES

A1 - R1 A1 - R2 A2 - R1 A2 - R2

A3 - R1 A3 - R2 A4 - R1 A4 - R2

R3

TYPE OF INSTALLATION :

PUMP TYPE :

1 Strainer or suction kit

2 Check Valve

3 Suction valve or by-pass valve

4 Discharge valve

5 Relief valve

6 Bladder vessel - Capacity litres

7 Automatisation pressure switch

8 Automitasation float switch

9 Dry running protection by float switch your distributor :

11 Electrical cable and junction

12 Dry running electrode and cable

13 Motor and dry running protection

14 Protection and automatisation circuit breaker

15 Over-flow alarm bell

Exercice : Static pressure

Static pressure determination

Case 1 Case 2

Geometric head : 20 m Geometric head : 3,5 m

B B

Suction : 70C

Case 1

Case 2

Case 1 :

Case 2 :

EN hydraulic courses.xls ex - Static pressure Page 29

Exercice : Tank filling and emptying

Draw an installation allowing to fill and drain alternatively each one of the tanks to the other with

only one pump.

Exercice : Water transfert

10 m 10 m

0m

friction looses in the pipe network : 8 m a 100m 3/h

mWC

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

0 25 50 75 100 125 m3/h

Choose the right pump in the catalogue.

Exercice : Two pumps running in parallel

Closed loop

1- The drawing below represents the curve of two identical pumps running in parallel.

Draw the curve for only one pump running.

What is the flow for one pump running alone ?

What is the flow for two pumps running in parallel ?

3- For a different network, keeping the possibility to have one or two pumps running,

What would be the maximum flow for 2 pumps in parallel

m Head

36

34

32

30

28 2 pumps running

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

m3/h

Choose the right pump in the catalogue.

Exercice : Two pumps running in parallel

Open network

1- The hereunder drawing represents the curve for 2 pumps running in parallel

The geometric head is 16 m

What's the flow for one pump?

What's the flow for two pumps in parallel?

What's the flow for one pump?

What's the flow for two pumps in parallel?

m Head

36

34

32

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0 m3/h

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

Exercice : Speed variation

1- 3

What's the pump's speed for a duty of 110 m /h at 14m head ?

2- The efficiency for the equivalent duty on the original curve is of 75%.

3

What's the input power at 110 m /h @ 14 m head with a 2 points reduction of the efficiency?

m Head

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

3

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150

m /h

Exercice : Power - Power input

Suction head is 3 m

Pumped fluid : water, temperature of 10C, sea level

Suction pipes : 125 mm

Discharge pipes : 100 mm

The impeller diameter can be adjusted

Choose with the help of the 4 following curves the most economic solution

2- Define the elements characterizing the pump and the installation with the following conditions,

without changing the viscosity

Nota : For the power caculation, a 90% motor efficiency is admitted whatever the load is.

P3 P2 P1

Liquid Density Q (m3/h) Head (m) NPSHa at 0,60 F per

(kW) (kW) (kW)

kWh

Water 1 150 53

3- Is the selected pump able to transport in the conditions defined at point 1 the diferent liquids

regardless the material matters?

719565

Etabli par:

RPM

Visa:

Vrifi par: Ed04 1/1

CORDELLIER PALIER

BEARING H10 ARBRE

SHAFT 24

ASP/SUCT.

80 50 HZ

Visa: REF/DISCH. 65

ED01 : 04.02.94

ED02 : 04.12.96

AC073090/ML

ED03 : 24.06.97

AC073438/ML

ED04 : 06.09.99

AC074185/BR

ESSAIS : DENSITE : 1

TEST CONDITIONS : 5986848C VISCOSITE : 1 CST

719566

Etabli par:

RPM

Visa:

Vrifi par: Ed04 1/1

CORDELLIER PALIER

BEARING H21 ARBRE

SHAFT 32

ASP/SUCT.

80 50 HZ

Visa: REF/DISCH. 65

ED01 : 04.02.94

ED02 : 04.12.96

AC073090/ML

ED03 : 24.06.97

AC073438/ML

ED04 : 06.09.99

AC074185/BR

ESSAIS : DENSITE : 1

TEST CONDITIONS : 5986849C VISCOSITE : 1 CST

719568

Etabli par:

RPM

Visa:

Vrifi par: Ed04 1/1

CORDELLIER PALIER

H21 ARBRE

32

ASP/SUCT.

100

BEARING SHAFT 50 HZ

Visa: REF/DISCH. 80

ED01 : 04.02.94

ED02 : 04.12.96

AC073090/ML

ED03 : 24.06.97

AC073438/ML

ED04 : 06.09.99

AC074185/BR

ESSAIS : DENSITE : 1

TEST CONDITIONS : 5986851C VISCOSITE : 1 CST

719570

Etabli par:

RPM

Visa:

Vrifi par: Ed04 1/1

CORDELLIER PALIER

H21 ARBRE

32

ASP/SUCT.

125

BEARING SHAFT 50 HZ

Visa: REF/DISCH. 100

ED01 : 04.02.94

ED02 : 04.12.96

AC073090/ML

ED03 : 24.06.97

AC073438/ML

ED04 : 06.09.99

AC074185/BR

ESSAIS : DENSITE : 1

TEST CONDITIONS : 5986853C VISCOSITE : 1 CST

SOLUTION

Exercice : Static pressure

Static pressure determination

Case 1 Case 2

Geometric head : 20 m Geometric head : 3,5 m

B B

Suction : 70C

Case 2 : 3,5 + 7,1 + 3 = 13,6 m (7,1 of vapor tension , 3 of security margin)

EN hydraulic courses.xls Solution - Static pressure Page 40

SOLUTION

Exercice : Tank filling and emptying

Draw an installation allowing to fill and drain alternatively each one of the tanks to the other with

only one pump.

SOLUTION

Exercice : Water transfert

10 m 10 m

0m

friction looses in the pipe network : 8 m a 100m 3/h

mWC

26

24

22

20

18

16

The pump

14 will operate

12 in this area

10

8

6

4

2

0

0 25 50 75 100 125 m3/h

Choose the right pump in the catalogue.

SOLUTION

Exercice : Two pumps running in parallel

Closed loop

1- The drawing below represents the curve of two identical pumps running in parallel.

Draw the curve for only one pump running.

2- The friction looses in the loop for one pump running is 20 m head.

What is the flow for one pump running alone ? 50 m3/h

What is the flow for two pumps running in parallel ? 57,5 m3/h

3- For a different network, keeping the possibility to have one or two pumps running,

What would be the maximum flow for 2 pumps in parallel 65 m3/h

m Head

36

34

32

30 2 pumps running

28

26

24

22

20 1 pump running

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

3

m /h

SOLUTION

Exercice : Two pumps running in parallel

Open network

The hereunder drawing represents the curve for 2 pumps running in parallel

The geometric head is 16 m

What's the flow for one pump? 50 m3/h

What's the flow for two pumps in parallel? 72 m3/h

What's the flow for one pump? 38 m3/h

What's the flow for two pumps in parallel? 46 m3/h

m Head

36

34

32

30

28

26

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0 m3/h

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120

SOLUTION

Exercice : Speed variation

The hereunder graph represents a pump curve at 3000 rpm.

1- 3

What's the pump's speed for a duty of 110 m /h at 14m head ?

2- The efficiency for the equivalent duty on the original curve is of 75%.

What's the input power at 110 m3/h @ 14 m head with a 2 points reduction of the efficiency?

20

Calculation : head at 110m3/h = 20 m, ratio is : = 1,195

14

3000

Speed : = 2510 rpm

1,195

Check : 3

Corresponding head : 110 x 1.195 = 131.45 m /h

Corresponding flow : 14 x 1.195 x 1.195 = 20 m head

The speed extrapolation gives a duty point higher than the original curve, so the speed

difference is too high.

Correction : Draw the line between the calculated point and the required point, it crosses

the original curve at 125 m3/h @ 18 m head.

131,45 / 125 = 1,0516

New speed : 2 510 * 1,0516 = 2 640 rpm

Check : 3000 / 2640 = 1,136

flow 110 x 1,136 = 124,96 m3/h Head 14 x 1,136 x 1,136 = 18,06 m head.

110 14

Power : = 5,75 kW

367 0,73

m Head

24

22

20

18

16

14

12

10

8

6

4

2

0

3

0 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 110 120 130 140 150

m /h

SOLUTION

Exercice : Power - Power input

Suction head is 3 m

Pumped fluid : water, temperature of 10C, sea level

Suction pipes : 125 mm

Discharge pipes : 100 mm

The impeller diameter can be adjusted

Choose with the help of the 4 following curves the most economic solution

Choice : NO65-200 with a 214 impeller - NPSHr of 6,5 m

2- Define the elements characterizing the pump and the installation with the following conditions,

without changing the viscosity

Nota : For the power caculation, a 90% motor efficiency is admitted whatever the load is.

P3 P2 P1

Liquid Density Q (m3/h) Head (m) NPSHa at 0,60 F per

(kW) (kW) (kW)

kWh

3- Is the selected pump able to transport in the conditions defined at point 1 the diferent liquids

regardless the material matters?

NO, THE NPSH AVAILABLE FOR THE SODA IS BELOW NPSH REQUESTED

719565

Etabli par:

RPM

Visa:

Vrifi par: Ed04 1/1

CORDELLIER PALIER

BEARING H10 ARBRE

SHAFT 24

ASP/SUCT.

80 50 HZ

Visa: REF/DISCH. 65

ED01 : 04.02.94

ED02 : 04.12.96

SOLUTION

AC073090/ML

ED03 : 24.06.976,5 m

AC073438/ML

ED04 : 06.09.99

AC074185/BR

53 m

150 m

27,42kW

ESSAIS : DENSITE : 1

TEST CONDITIONS : 5986848C VISCOSITE : 1 CST

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