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HI publishes Rotodynamic Pump Efficiency Prediction guideline.
Press Release Summary:
Sep 03, 2015 - Hydraulic Institute Guideline for Rotodynamic Pump Efficiency Prediction HI 20.3–2015 helps users, specifiers, and purchasers of pumps understand what variables, design, and selection factors affect efficiency of rotodynamic pumps. Users will be able to calculate normally attainable efficiency and uncertainty band for variety of pump types. Efficiencies shown in guidelineÂ are those generally obtained using common manufacturing practices and are based on survey of pump manufacturers.
Original Press Release
Hydraulic Institute Publishes Rotodynamic Pump Efficiency Prediction Guideline Update
Press release date: Aug 31, 2015
- Slurry, end suction
- Solids-handling, end suction
- Submersible sewage, end suction
- Horizontal multistage & axially split diffuser type
- ASME B73 chemical process
- API end suction
- Large, end suction
- Double suction, API and other
- Vertical turbine, mixed and axial flow, single and multistage diffuser type
HI Technical Director, Pete Gaydon states that, “This document is essential for pump end users, specifiers, and purchasers. It educates the reader on tradeoffs between design and efficiency and allows the pump purchaser to understand what efficiency is generally attainable for their application. In particular specifying engineers can compare quoted efficiencies against the generally attainable efficiency”.
The guideline is available in the HI eStore for $50. HI members receive a 25% discount off the regular price of the guideline. Learn more about this guideline in the HI eStore: http://estore.pumps.org/Standards/Rotodynamic/EfficiencyPrediction.aspx
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