|Feb23-10, 02:03 PM||#1|
Efficiency of Ejector "as pump"
I was asked to find the efficiency of a steam ejector experiment "as a pump". So I tried the formula :
[(m(P/density + V^2/2))discharge - (m(P/density + V^2/2))suction]/
(m(P/density + V^2/2))steam inlet.
I am getting an efficiency of 0.5%.
Is this a reasonable result or am I approaching this wrong?
|Nov7-10, 06:21 PM||#2|
Hi, I am interested in these pumps but I have no idea what kind of pressure/flow ratios they can get. Can you please tell me for what measured values you got for 0.5% efficiency?
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