Pump And Formula for calculations - Need Help ... Please


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Eng_Luqman
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Apr28-05, 01:02 PM
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This is the diagram of the mechanical system that i want to calculate the pump and the full Hydraulic system for it ... calculating of pressure and the pump pressure and the electriacal motore for the that H. Pump for holding the coil
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You will get the pump pressure from the pump curve and knowing the flow. If you are looking for required head or pressure, then it will totally depend on the system and the required flow.
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You have to start with your system. You have to know what your piping system will provide in terms of head loss. Your piping and flow rate will dictate the pump selection. Pumps do not produce pressure, they produce flow. Your piping system creates the pressure as a result of resistance to the flow.

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Pump And Formula for calculations - Need Help ... Please


You can download a good pressure drop calculator from
http://www.xs4all.nl/%7Ekostermw/dP/

A good website on pumps is at,
www.mcnallyinstitute.com

Also check
www.pumpworld.com

It may be of help if you come with specifics.
jchaurette@li
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Jun18-08, 07:54 AM
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You may also wish to check www.lightmypump.com, they have good tutorials and calculator applets.

Cheers,

Jacques
www.lightmypump.com


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