POWER PUMP THEORY


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<anchor role="blank" id="p20013c7b99803_2"></anchor><anchor role="natural" id="p20013c7b99803_3"></anchor>POWER PUMP THEORYWILLIAM K. CHAPLISFREDERIC W. BUSEA power pump is a positive displacement machine consisting of one or more cylinders, each containing a piston or plunger. The pistons or plungers are driven through slider-crank mechanisms and a crankshaft from an external source. The capacity of a given pump is governed by the rotational speed of the crankshaft.Unlike a centrifugal pump, a power p…
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Igor J. Karassik; Joseph P. Messina; Paul Cooper; Charles C. Heald: Pump Handbook, Fourth Edition. POWER PUMP THEORY, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2008 2001 1986 1976), AccessEngineering Export