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26 (2001), pp. -

Solids Using the Jet Pump

by

(Received on Mar.31 & Accepted on May 23,2001 )

Abstract

The characteristics of solid handling jet pump are affected by many factors, for instance, nozzle-throat area ratio, flow rate

ratio, head ratio, concentration of slurry by volume for suction side, loss factors for suction and delivery side, slip velocity

between water and solid, velocity etc. In design of jet pump with solids, it is very important to clear the problem by using

many factors. This paper describes the theoretical analysis for hydraulic transportation characteristics of solids using to the jet

pump by changing the main factor in the solid handling jet pump can be predict the characteristics.

1.Introduction 2.Nomenclature

As jet pump is simple construction, no moving parts and easy A : area α : Coefficient of velocity

β : area ratio (d D ) γ

２

working, it has been used widly for draw water from a well : specific weight

recirculating pump of a rector and a drain pump of civil C :concentration by volume ε : specific grabity

constructions etc. C' : concentration by weight µ : slip factor

Study on the characteristics of center drive type jet pump, many H : total head φ : flow rate ratio

studies has done theoretically and experimentally by Gasline , (1)

He : effective head ψ : head ratio

Ichikawa(2), Cunningkam(3) , Muller(4) , Reddy(5) and Ueda (6) etc. Since Hd : discharge head η : efficiency

the J.Thomson(7) reported in 1852. But these papers study of the Hp : drive head Subscript

characteristies for the water-jet pump, when both suction and motive Hs : suction head D : discharge side

fluid are the same. h : loss of head dif : diffuser

In recent years, a jet pump which has a 90゜bend connected K : loss factor j : nozzle

directly to a water-jet nozzle along the centerline is P : pressure mc : mixing chamber

discussed theoretically and experimentally for transporting solid Q : volumetic flow rate s : suction side

materials (8),(9)

and the performance of annular jet pump is published V : velocity s : solid

the expertimentally(10),(11). W : weight flow rate ss : solid in suctionside

The characteristics of jet pump with solid are affected by many su : slurry

factors, for instance, nozzle-throat area ratio, flow rate ratio, head sw : water in suctionside

ratio, concentration of slurry by volume for suction side, loss factors w : water

for suction and delivery side, slip velocity between water and solid

velocity etc. Therefore, in design of jet pump with solids, it is very

important to clear the effect for the many factors. 3.Calculation for Predicting the Performance of

In this study, it has been predicted the theoretical characteristics a Solids Handling Jet Pump.

of jet pump by changing of main factors in the center drive jet pump

with solids. Figuer1.shows the principle of jet pump for hydraulics

transportation of solids and the efficiency is given the following

＊１ Assistant Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty equation

of Engineering, King Mongkut's Institute of Technology,

Ladkrabang (KMITL),Bangkok, Thailand. γ su Qsu H

η= ⋅ ⋅ (1)

＊ ２ Professor, Department of Mechanical Engineering, School of γ w Qj He

Engineering, Tokai University.

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Chamlong Prabkeao and Katsumi Aoki

Qd = Qj + Qsu (2)

Ad = Aj + As (3)

Qsu= Qss + Qsw (4)

Qss = µ s・ vs・ As・ Cs (5)

Qsw = vs・ As・ (1-Cs) (6)

γ dQss = γ su ・ Qsu + γ w ・ Qj (7)

Wd = Wsu + Wsj (8)

w w

su

Solid used jet pump Combining continuity equations (6), (9), (10), (11) and (12), the

specific weight of slurry can be expressed as follows

Here, as in Fig.1, H = H d − H s , H e = H p − H d ，Ｈ is total

head, H e is effective head. The construction of jet pump is Wsu C s ( µ・s γ s − γ w ) + γ w (13)

γ su = =

radically different from the centrifugal pump in that it contains no Qsu (1 − C s ) + µ ・s C s

moving parts as in Fig.2 and its power supply is high pressure jet of

water. The apparatus functions as a pumping device in the following and the specific weight γ d and concentration by volume Cd of

manner. discharge line at section “d” may be defined as

γ su・ γ w (φ + 1)

γd = (14)

γ w・ φ + γ su

Qsu・ γ su Wsu

φ= =

(15)

Q・j γ w Wj

Qss µ・s C・s φ・ γ w

Cd = =

Q j + Qsu {(1 − C s ) + µ ・s C s }(γ su + φ・ γ w ) (16)

Average velocity in pipe at point “b” and “e” are given as

follows equations.

φ・ Q・j γ w

vs =

Fig.2 Fundamentals of the structure for jet pump γ su・ As {µ ・s C s + (1 − C s )} (17)

B(1 + φ ・) v・j γ w

vd =

The drive nozzle converts the pressure zone at the tip of the γ d {µ d・ C d + (1 − C d )} (18)

nozzle. The low pressure zone induces flow of the suction fluid in

the direction of driving jet. The high speed driving jet which exits Here, coefficient of slip velocity in the suction and discharge side

from the tip of nozzle entrains and exchanges momentum with the are µ s = Vss/Vsw and µ d = Vds/Vdw.

suction fluid and accelerates it throughout the mixing chamber. Substitute equations (17) and (18) into the momentum equation

The kinetic energy of the mixed fluid is converted pressure energy in between points “c” and “d” and if we divide by γ w, Ad together and

the diffuser which follows the mixing. rearrange them, it becomes the following equation.

This pressure creates flow in the discharge line. There are four r r

0

Pd 2πrdr

−

∫ 0

Pc 2πrdr

γ w Ad γ w Ad

energy considerations.

Referring to Fig.2, there equations are:

=

v 2j γ

2 B + 2φ 2 w

2

{ (

1 − C s 1 − µ s2γ s γ w

)}

1) the momentum equation between points “ｃ” and “ｄ”,

2g

γ su {

1 − C s (1 − µ s )}2

B(1 + φ ) γw γ {1 − C s (1 − µ s µ d γ s γ w )}

− 2 B + 2 Bφ w

3) the energy equation between points “ｂ” and “ｃ” and the

{1 − C d (1 − µ d )} γ d γ su {1 − C s (1 − µ s )}

energy equation between points “ｄ” and “ｅ”.

γw K mc

− B 2 (1 + φ )

2

These four equations will now be developed before further step {

γ d 1 − C d (1 − µ d )2 }

in the solution are taken. At the first, general continuity equations (19)

are presented as follows.

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Theoretical Analysis on Hydraulic Transportation of Solids Acording to Jet pump

Energy equation between “a” and “c”, the drive head (Hp ) is (13), (14) and (21) and if rearranged them, total head “H” and

presented as follows equation. effective head “He” can be expressed the equation as follows.

∫

r

Pa 2πrdr v2 H=

v 2j

2 B + 2φ

2 B

2

{ ( )

1 − 1 − µ s2γ s γ w C ' s γ su γ s }

Hp = 0

+αd a

γ w Aa 2g 2 g 1 − B {(µ s γ s γ w − 1)C’ γ su γ s + 1}2

r

B {1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

∫ Pc 2πrdr v 2j

(20) − × + 1

= + (α j + K j ) (φC’ s γ su γ s ) {( ) }

0

µ γ

s s w γ − 1 C ’ γ γ + 1

γ w Ac 2g 1− (1 − µ d )

su s

(φ + γ su γ w )

× 2 B + 2 Bφ

{1 − (1 − µ s µ d γ s γ w )C’ s γ su γ s }

head He is presented as follows. {C’ γ su γ s − (µ sγ s γ w − 1) + 1}

{1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

r

− B 2 (1 + φ ) + 1

∫ Pc 2πrdr 2

Hs = 0

+

φ 2B2 γ w

{( µ

s s wγ γ − 1)C ’ γ su γ s + 1}

γ w Ac (1 − B )2 γ su

K mc B 2 (1 + φ )

× −

ε su {α s (1 − C’s +C’s µ s2 ) + K s } v (φC’ s γ su γ s ) (φC’ s γ su γ s )

2 2

2

×

j

(21) 1 − (1 − µ d ) 1 − (1 − µ d )

{1 − Cs (1 − µs )}2 2g (φ + γ su γ w ) (φ + γ su γ w )

{1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

× + 1

{(µ s γ s γ w − 1)C’ γ su γ s + 1}

2

And also, the energy equation between points “d” and “e”

suction head Hd is become as follow equation.

φ φ 2B2

× K dif − α d 1 − C’ s

(1 + φ )

(

1 − v d2 + )

(1 − B )

2

r

∫ Pd 2πrdr 2

B (1 + φ ) ε d

2 2

γ w

α s {1 − C’ s (1 − µ s2 )}+ K s

Hd = 0

−

γ w Ad {1 − C d (1 − µ d )}2 γ d

×

{1 − (1 − µ s )C’ γ su γ s }{(µ sγ s γ w − 1)C’ γ su γ s + 1}2 + 1

2

{ (

× K dif − α d 1 − C’ d + C’ d µ d2 )}2vg j

(22) (27)

v 2j B 2 (1 + φ )

He = (α j + K j ) +

The relation between concentration by volume “c” and weight 2 g {1 − (φC’ s γ su γ s ) (φ + γ su γ w ・) (1 − µ d )}2

“ C’ ” is expressed as follows.

{1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

× + 1

γ

C s = C 's su {(µ γ

s s w γ − 1)C ’ γ su γ s + 1}

γs (23)

φ

γ

× K dif − α d 1 − C’ s

(1 + φ )

(

1 − v d2 )

Cd = C 'd d

γs (24)

− 2 B + 2φ 2

{ (

B 2 1 − 1 − µ s2γ s γ w C ' s γ su γ s )

+ 1

}

Where, as the average velocity of slurry in suction pipe is slow, 1 − B {(µ s γ s γ w − 1)C 'γ su γ s + 1}2

the relative velocity of water and particle of solids can consider as

velocity very small. Therefore, the coefficient of slip velocity “µ s” B {1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

− × + 1

(φC’ s γ su γ s ) {( µ γ γ − 1)C’ γ γ + 1}

(1 − µ d )

in suction side can consider as “µ s” ≒ 1, and substitute equation 1− s s w su s

becomes the following equation

× 2 B + 2 Bφ

{1 − (1 − µ s µ d γ s γ w )C’ s γ su γ s }

γ su {C’ s γ su γ s − (µ sγ s γ w − 1) + 1}

C's φ

γs

Cd =

γ su {1 − (1 − µ s )C’ s γ su γ s }φ

+φ (25) − B 2 (1 + φ ) + 1

γw {( µ

s s wγ γ − 1 )C’ γ

s su γ s + 1}

×

γs φ {1 − (1 − µ d )(φC’ s γ su γ s ) (φ + γ su γ w )}

2

C 'd = C d = C 's (26) (28)

γd φ +1

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Chamlong Prabkeao and Katsumi Aoki

The four equation just written will be supplemented with two Fig.3 shows the relation between the efficiency η and

other independent equations which will be used in order to flow rate ratio (Qsu／Qj) for the changing at nozzle-throat ratio.

nondimensionalize the five variables.

These two other equations will define two new parameters φ

and ψ , φ will be written as the weight rate of flow ratio and its

Exp.(13)

form will be the following.

γ su Qsu Wsu

φ= = (29)

γ wQ j Wj

suction fluid. divided by the drive fluid. It is written as follows.

H Eq.(27)

ϕ= = (30)

H e Eq.(28)

ratio of flow equation (29) and the head ratio, equation (30) will

now be used in conjunction with equations (19), (20), (21) and (22)

to obtain the solution to the problem. This can be done since there

are now six equations and seven unknowns when φ and ψ are Fig.3 Efficiency and flow ratio versus-nozzle throat area ratio

included.

Equation (30) will be examined as to its ability to predict the

performance of solids handling jet pumps. Although it is seen to be a The various coefficients used in these equations quote in

rather complicated expression, “H” is basically a function of the based on various reference. It is known that the efficiency is

following variables ①flow rate ratio φ ②loss factors, Kj, Ks, changing with flow rate ratio for the each of d/D and it shows the

Kmc, Kd ③velocity defect terms α s, α d ④slip velocity terms maximum values in the almost d/D = 0.6.

µ s, µ d ⑤concentration Cs, C s’, Cd , Cd ’ ⑥specific weight γ s, It is known that the maximum efficiency is moving the

γ w, γ su, γ d direction to become smaller of flow rate ratio (Q su／Qj ) with nozzle

In this relationship φ is always taken to be the independent throat ratio (d/D) become larger and the results of calculation agree

variable. well with the experimental values.

It is calculated by multiplaying the average velocity of water by

the coefficient “µ s ” or “µ d ” which is between 0 and 1.

At the present time there is no sure way of quantifying these

coefficients, especially in this case since the particles experience

instead flow in all sections of the pump.

The parametric analysis was slip velocity in the suction and

discharge sides of the pump. That is the average velocity of the

particles was taken to be 10% less than the average velocity of the

water.

From the studies of Zandi and Yen, slip velocity in this case has

been taken to be an average slip velocity.

4.1 Pump Performance in Case of Same Fluid Fig.4 Head ratio and flow rate ratio for nozzle-throat area ratio

In this case, as we need not consider about the concentrations

of solids etc, the concentrations are zero, the equations (27), (28)

and (29) become the equation for performance of water-jet pump. Fig.4 shows the relation between head ratio (H/He) and flow

Therefore, in the equation (1) for efficiency Gosline and O’Brien’s rate ratio (Q su／Qj) for the same condition. And from its results, as

flow ratio is equal to the weight rate of flow ratio used in the present ( d/D) become smaller, it is known to increase with flow rate ratio

study, equation (1) may be written as. (Qsu／Qj) and decrease with head ratio (H/He).

Qsu H

η= ⋅

Qj He

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Theoretical Analysis on Hydraulic Transportation of Solids Acording to Jet pump

(13)

Fig.5 Nozzle-throat area ratio and flow rate ratio for Fig.7 Show the relationship between the flow rate ratio

maximum efficiency and the efficiency for the changing α s, Ks

maximum efficiency and it shows the tendency to agree with another

papers (4), (5). But for the difference of absolute value, it is seem to

be the different of construction in jet pump.

Fig.6～8 is shown the relation between the flow rate ratio and

the efficiency for the changing an example of each factor in d/D =

0.6.

Fig.8 Show the relationship between the flow ratio and the

efficiency for the changing Kmc

for the Solids Handling Jet Pump.

Although the center drive jet pump has been widely studied in

the literature, there appears no date or equations for predicting

performance when pumping a sand slurry.

Fig.6 Shows the effect of factors in driving side (α j, Kj) Here, it shows the performance in case of the water

transportation of a solids used center drive type jet pump and main

Fig.6 shows the effect of factors in driving side (α j , Kj ). From variables which affect the performance of the pump are investigated

this figure, it is known that the efficiency shows the tendency to in order to obtain information concerning optimum combinations of

decrease as the factors (α j , Kj ) become larger. but the flow rate ratio variables. Therefore, in this paper, it is investigated by calculating

in the maximum efficiency is not change. And it is investigated the the performance for the changing of the main factors in the

effect of factors in suction side (α s, Ks) used in Fig.7. It knows to following the pump conditions.

decrease the flow rate ratio in the maximum efficiency as the factors

(α s, Ks) become larger. As the effect of factors in the delivery side,

it is know to decrease the efficiency as the loss of mixing chamber

become larger and the maximum efficiency is moving the direction

to become smaller of flow rate ratio.

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Chamlong Prabkeao and Katsumi Aoki

Pumping Conditions

Driving fluid : water

Suction fluid : Slurry(solids+water)

Concentration by weight in suction side

Ｃ ｓ ´: 0.65

Specific weight of water

γ ｗ : 1000 kgf/m3

Specific weight of slurry in suction side

γ ｓｕ : 1650 kgf/m3

Specific weight of solid

γ ｓ: 2650 kgf/m3

Figure.9 shows the relation between the efficiency and flow

rate ratio with solids-handling jet pump for the changing of nozzle Fig.10 Show the relationship between head ratio and flow rate

throat ratio (d/D). ratio with solids-handling jet pump for the changing of

nozzle-throat ratio (d/D)

Exp. (13)

4.2.2 Effect of Main Factors for Pump Performance

Figure.11～15 shows the relation of efficiency for flow rate

ratio when the each factors are changed in d/D = 0.6.

ratio with solids-handling jet pump for the changing of

nozzle-throat ratio (d/D)

water jet pump as same as Fig.3. But it knows that the efficiency and Fig.11 Effects of loss and velocity defect terms in drive

flow rate ratio in maximum efficiency is fallen from the about 65%

for the efficiency of water jet pump. It knows that the head ratio

(H/He) and flow rate ratio of Fig.10 show the tendency to same as 1) The Effect of Factors (α ｊ , Kｊ ) in Driving Side

compared with Fig.4, but the flow rate ratio decrease as compared Fig.11 shows the effect of loss factor (Kｊ ) and velocity defect

with the water jet pump. And the flow rate ratio (γ su Q su /γ j Q j ) is term (α ｊ ) in driving side for the changing of the flow rate ratio. It

shown the tendency to become gradually larger as head ratio (H/He) is known that the efficiency η decrease as well as water jet pump

become smaller but, as shown in Fig.10, when the head ratio arrive with the loss factors or velocity defect term in driving side become

at same value, flow rate ratio become a constant, then it can be larger, but it knows that the flow rate ratio in the maximum

predict the limitation of flow rate ratio. efficiency is kept the constant values in spite of the changing of the

efficiency.

2) The Effective of Factors (α ｓ , Kｓ ) in Suction Side

Fig.12, 13 show the effect of loss factor (K ｓ ) and velocity

defect term (α ｓ ) in suction side become larger and η ｍａｘ is

moved in the direction of flow rate ratio become smaller.

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Theoretical Analysis on Hydraulic Transportation of Solids Acording to Jet pump

(12)

From the studies of Zandi and Yen , it is known that

prediction of slip velocity or even the affirmation of its existence is

very difficult problem. Slip velocity in this case has been taken to be

an average slip velocity. It is calculated by multiplying the average

velocity of water by the coefficient µ s or µ d which is between 0.0

and 1.0.

At the present time there is no sure way of quantifying these

coefficients, especially in this case since the particles experience

unsteady flow in all sections of the pump.

The parametric analysis is carried out by assuming from 0.1 to

0.5 slip velocity in discharge side of the pump.

5.Conclusion

hydraulic transportation of solids by jet pump was derived. And

from this equation, it clarified the effect of each factors for the

efficiency of jet pump.

The performance of solids handling jet pump as same as

water-jet pump are affected the larger by nozzle-throat ratio and it

knew that the maximum efficiency is the almost d/D = 0.5～0.6.

6.Reference

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