Variants In Pumping Systems

For a fixed set of conditions in a pumping system, there is just one total head for each flow rate. Consequently, a centrifugal pump operating at a constant speed can deliver just one flow. In practice, however, conditions in a system vary as a result of either controllable or uncontrollable changes. Changes in the valve opening in the pump discharge or bypass line, changes in the suction or discharge liquid level, changes in the pressures at these levels, the aging of pipes, changes in the process, changes in the number of pumps pumping

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