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3.3

Pump Selection

3.3.1

Hydraulic Aspects

The data required for selecting

a pump size, i.e. the flow rate Q and the head H of the desired operating point are assumed to be known from the system

characteristic curve; the electric mains frequency is also given. With these values it is possible to choose the pump size, the speed of rotation and, if neces­ sary, the number of stages, from the selection chart in the sales literature (see Figs. 7 and 9). Further details of the chosen pump such as the efficiency η, the input power P, the required NPSH r (see section .5.4) and the reduced impeller diameter

D r can then be determined from

Fig. 18: Complete characteristics of a centrifugal pump

Hydraulic Aspects of Pump Selection

of a centrifugal pump Hydraulic Aspects of Pump Selection 100 10 7 9 H 8 6
of a centrifugal pump Hydraulic Aspects of Pump Selection 100 10 7 9 H 8 6

of a centrifugal pump Hydraulic Aspects of Pump Selection 100 10 7 9 H 8 6

100 10 7 9 H 8 6 10 m 7 5 9 6 8 50
100
10
7
9
H
8
6
10
m
7
5
9
6
8
50
4
7
4
5
6
40
4
3
5
3
30
3
4
2
2
3
20
2
2
10
Pump size 1
Pump size 2
Pump size 3
Pump size 4
6 1
2
3 4
5
10
Q m
3 /h
20
30
0.3
0.4
0.5
1
2
3
4
5
Q l/s

Fig. 19: Selection chart for a multistage pump series for n = 2900 rpm

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