Study of Mechanical Performance Affecting Factors in Split Casing Pump
- 1. Research Scholar, Mechanical Engineering RIT Rajaramnagar, Shivaji University India,
- 2. Mechanical Engineering RIT, Rajaramnagar, Shivaji University India,
- 1. Publisher
The need for better performance and higher comfort continually drive search for new features. In today’s applications, pumps are expected to continue continuously for a long time. So “operational reliability” is a key factor. The comprifugal pump is a fluid-carrying machine, with centrifugal energy produced by rotating air. Pumps are used for conveying fluids. Rotating power usually comes from an electric car, which is turned by the engine and the engine. There is a great demand for centrifugal pumps on the market. The construction is relatively inexpensive, durable and easy, and its high speed makes it possible to connect the pump directly to an unmatched car. The centrifugal pump provides a constant flow of fluid, and can be easily blown without causing damage to the pump. Pump reliability problems address a large amount of repair repairs and the cost of loss of access to chemical plants, refineries, and many electrical appliances. This paper describes the most common causes of pump failure, and how they can be avoided in most cases by using the appropriate types of analysis and procedure during the pump selection process. Specifically, key issues include where the pump will operate next to the best efficient point (BEP). Proper pump selection and installation avoid misalignment. This paper explains the various reasons for the failure of Split break pumps.
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- Journal article: 2249-8958 (ISSN)
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