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04884 ft. 12876 ft. 3648 ft. 228 ft. 2508 ft. 2697ft. 118 feet + + Hv. 2 T h e r e f o r e design o p e r a t i n g c o n d i t i o n = 3 4 0 g p m @ 51 feet o f H e a d - = ............ ~ .................................................................................. 2111 ................ 21111 .................................................. _~ ..................... _ 5 ................... ~ ......................... System Hydraulics T 'B' 0 ft. /sec. 3 inches 4 inches Calculation of Total H e a d H = Hs + Hsd + Hv + Hf Static H e a d (Hs) The vertical distance from the elevation of the free surface of the liquid in the suction source to the elevation of the free surface of the liquid in the discharge tank.

With higher consistencies, a positive displacement screw pump is usually used. Further details on these and on slurry applications (which can also include a viscous component) can be found in Chapter 8. 5 Impeller h y d r a u l i c loads In an earlier section of this chapter, we identified that the Best Efficiency Point (BEP) is the most stable operating condition for that pump and is a direct result of the criteria used in that pump's design. These criteria include the hydraulic loads that act on the pump impeller.

It is strictly a function of the pump design and its rotational speed. The pressure energy required by the pump is made available from the system in which the pump operates. In this form it is identified as the N P S H Available and is solely a function of the system design. Consequently, to avoid Cavitation damage, the N P S H Available must be greater than the N P S H Required. 2. NPSH balance diagram ........ - - - - ............... iiiiiii -- ..... -: - - ............. SS ! The Practical Pumping Handbook ~ iiiiii: Therefore w h e n Cavitation occurs in a p u m p , there are only two possible solutions: 9 Decrease the N P S H Required, or 9 Increase the N P S H Available.

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