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Working Guide to Pump and Pumping Stations: Calculations and Simulations
ISBN: 1-8561-7828-5
Dedication
Table of Contents
Preface
Author Biography
1: Introduction
	1.1 Types of Pumps
	1.2 Liquid Properties
		1.2.1 Specific Gravity
		1.2.2 Viscosity
		1.2.3 Vapor Pressure
		1.2.4 Specific Heat
		1.2.5 Pressure and Head of a Liquid
	1.3 Energy of a Flowing Liquid and Bernoulli's Equation
	1.4 Pump Head and Capacity
	Summary
	Problems
2: Pump Performance
	2.1 Manufacturers' Pump Performance Curves
	2.2 Power Required by a Pump: Hydraulic and Brake Horsepower
	2.3 NPSH versus Pump Capacity
	2.4 Pump Driver and Power Required
	2.5 Multistage Pumps
	2.6 Specific Speed
	Summary
	Problems
3: Liquid Properties versus Pump Performance
	3.1 Temperature Rise of Liquid due to Pump Inefficiency
	3.2 Starting Pump against a Closed Discharge Valve
	3.3 System Head Curve
	3.4 Pipe Diameters and Designations
	Summary
	Problems
4: Pressure Loss through Piping Systems
	4.1 Velocity of Flow
	4.2 Types of Flow
	4.3 Pressure Drop due to Friction
	4.4 Determining the Friction Factor from the Moody Diagram
	4.5 Calculating the Friction Factor: The Colebrook Equation
	4.6 Explicit Equations for the Friction Factor
	4.7 Hazen-Williams Equation for Pressure Drop
	4.8 Pressure Loss through Fittings and Valves
	4.9 Entrance and Exit Losses, and Losses due to Enlargement and Contraction
		4.9.1 Entrance Loss
		4.9.2 Exit Loss
		4.9.3 Loss due to Sudden Enlargement
		4.9.4 Loss due to Sudden Contraction
		4.9.5 Loss due to Gradual Enlargement
		4.9.6 Loss due to Gradual Contraction
	4.10 Pipes in Series and Parallel
	4.11 Head Loss in Series Piping
	4.12 Head Loss in Parallel Piping
	Summary
	Problems
5: System Head Curves
	5.1 Pump Throttling and Power Loss
	5.2 Types of System Head Curves
	Summary
	Problems
6: Pump Performance at Different Impeller Sizes and Speeds
	6.1 Calculating the Impeller Diameter or Speed for a Specific Operating Point
	Summary
	Problems
7: NPSH and Pump Cavitation
	Summary
	Problems
8: Pump Applications and Economics
	8.1 Pumps in Series and Parallel
	8.2 Economics of Pumping Systems
	Summary
	Problems
9: Pump Simulation Using PUMPCALC Software
	9.1 Single Pump Simulation
	9.2 Simulating Impeller Diameter and Speed Change
	9.3 Simulating Impeller Trim for a Design Point
	9.4 Viscosity Correction Example
	Summary
Appendices
	Appendix A: Summary of Formulas
	Appendix B: Units and Conversion Factors
	Appendix C: Properties of Water - USCS Units
	Appendix D: Properties of Common Liquids
	Appendix E: Properties of Circular Pipes - USCS Units
	Appendix F: Properties of Circular Pipes - SI Units
	Appendix G: Head Loss in Water Pipes - USCS Units
	Appendix H: Darcy Friction Factors
	Appendix I: Least Squares Method
References
Index
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