Centrifugal Pumps: State of the Art and New Opportunities

Centrifugal Pumps: State of the Art and New Opportunities

By: IMechE (Institution of Mechanical Engineers) (author), Fluid Machinery Group Staff (author)Hardback

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The Second International Syposium on Centrifugal Pumps - The State of the Art and New Developments is the latest in a successful and prestigious series of IMechE Event Publications. Experts in the field of pumps and pumping have come together to produce these unique papers which cover reducing costs by using less components and better seals, bearings and couplings, increasing and maintaining pump efficiency using high speed super-synchronous motors; and improving safety. Complete Contents: * Closed valve flow field investigation using computational fluid dynamics * A new class of seal-less pump with synchronous integrated canned magnetic drive * Development of a new generation of customer focused water pumps * Improving pump reliability through its secondary components * Variable medium speed pumps combine superior performance with reduced life cycle cost (LCC) * The Weir VSR 2100 - A new concept in high-pressure pumping * High-speed pumps using integrated motor technology * Derby transfer pumping station - inception to commissioning * State-of-the-art boiler feed pump upgrade for Ratcliffe Power Station Centrifugal Pumps will be invaluable reading to those involved with pumps and pumping, including makers and users, component suppliers, refurbishers, contractors, consultants, and researchers.

About Author

The IMechE is the United Kingdom's qualifying body for mechanical engineers and the home of mechanical engineers for over 150 years. Around 75,000 engineers world-wide are members.

Contents

S966/006/2004 Closed valve flow field investigation using computational fluid dynamics G Dyson, J A Teixeira, and P C Ivey 1; S966/001/2004 A new class of sealless pump with synchronous integrated canned magnetic drive G Keen 17; S966/009/2004 Development of a new generation of customer focused water pumps J Fleming 39; S966/004/2004 Improving pump reliability through its secondary components N M Wallace, J G Evans, and P E Bowden 57; S966/002/2004 Variable medium speed pumps combine superior performance with reduced life cycle cost (LCC) C Rossegger 89; S966/007/2004 The Weir VSR 2100 - a new concept in high-pressure pumping T Angle and M Turner 103; S966/005/2004 High-speed pumps using integrated motor technology K De Jonghe 125; S966/008/2004 Derby transfer pumping station - inception to commissioning R W Evans and M Hutchinson 137; S966/003/2004 State-of-the-art boiler feed pump upgrade for Ratcliffe Power Station B Germaine, G Fitch, and C Harris 157; Authors' Index 187

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781860584763
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 208
  • ID: 9781860584763
  • weight: 440
  • ISBN10: 1860584764

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