Pump Hydraulics And Specifications

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Pump Hydraulics And  Specifications

Pump Hydraulics And Specifications
Last updated 8/2022
MP4 | Video: h264, 1280x720 | Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz
Language: English | Size: 789.87 MB | Duration: 2h 10m

Learn how the centrifugal and reciprocating pumps operate, how to calculate pump main parameters through live examples

What you'll learn
How pump curves work and get the operating point against system curve
Calculate pump available NPSH and make sure that we are avoiding pump cavitation using solved examples
Estimate pump differential head based on process needs and discharge side resistance using solved examples
Calculate pump power
Difference between the operation of a centrifugal pump and positive displacement
Pump control methods
Operation of pumps in series and in parallel
Basics of engineering, if you are in the university and know what a pump is and what a pipe is, this will be enough
Pumps have been the heart of any plant as they are the main equipment used to guarantee the required process flow or pressure. Pumps are used extensively in oil and gas, chemical and petrochemical industries to pump different fluid types at various pressures and temperatures.Without a pump or if there is a problem in the pump operation, this can cause a huge process disturbance, and in some cases, this may lead to process shutdown.Sizing the pumps and their suction and discharge systems is one of the major carried out activities in process design. This course will not just explain the theory of operation of a pump against the process. We will see live examples where we shall calculate main pump requirements with respect to the net positive suction head, differential head, and hydraulic power.This will be through excel sheets that will be provided in the course to teach you how to calculate these parameters. Calculation sheets will be available to you throughout the course.In this course, We shall see how the pump curve works and how to plot it against the system curve. We will see how the pump and process system interact with each other and how the pump responds and interacts with process changes or disturbances. We shall examine the pump curve for both centrifugal and positive displacement pumps and see how each of them interacts with the discharge system differently.We shall see different control methods to make sure we are on the required pump operating point. We shall also see different pump configurations and how to operate the pumps in series and in parallel and how this is reflected on pump curves.
Section 1: Introduction
Lecture 1 Introduction
Lecture 2 Why do we need a pump?
Lecture 3 Main pump types and how they work
Lecture 4 Factors affecting pump selection
Lecture 5 Main pump Calculations
Section 2: Pump NPSH
Lecture 6 Available Pump Net Positive Suction Head
Lecture 7 How to Calculate NPSHA
Lecture 8 Pump Strainers
Lecture 9 Vertical can pumps
Lecture 10 Solutions to adjust pump NPSH
Lecture 11 NPSHA example 1
Lecture 12 Solution to NPSH example 1
Lecture 13 NPSH example 2
Lecture 14 Solution to NPSHA example 2
Section 3: Calculate pump differential pressure / head
Lecture 15 What is pump differential head?
Lecture 16 How can we calculate pump differential head?
Lecture 17 Pump differential head example 1
Lecture 18 Solution to diff. head example 1
Lecture 19 Differential head example 2
Lecture 20 Solution to Example 2
Section 4: Pump Horsepower
Lecture 21 Pump Power and how to calculate it
Lecture 22 Solution to pump power example
Lecture 23 Solution to complete examples
Section 5: Pump performance and system curves
Lecture 24 Performance curve, system curve and operating point
Lecture 25 A closer look into the pump curve
Lecture 26 Performance curve of a positive displacement pump
Section 6: Pump Control
Lecture 27 Pump main control methods
Lecture 28 Controlling discharge resistance using a control valve
Lecture 29 Changing pump speed using Variable Frequency Drive motor
Lecture 30 VFD power savings
Section 7: Pump configuration in series and in parallel
Lecture 31 Pump series and parallel configuration
Lecture 32 Parallel configuration overview
Lecture 33 Parallel pumps performance curve
Lecture 34 Pumps in series overview
Lecture 35 Pumps in series performance curve
Section 8: Bonus Section
Lecture 36 Bonus Lecture
Students in any engineering school,Engineers who want to know more about pumps

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