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Fundamentals of Pump Technology

Date: 19 November 2017 - 23 November 2017
Course ID: ADDQ050/2017
Duration: 5 Days
Fee US $ + VAT: 4200 US$
Venue: Muscat / Oman

Introduction:

The pump is the second most widely distributed machine after the electric motor. The pump is an integrated mechanical unit which derives its power from an electric or thermal motor and contains spaces connected to the towing pipes connected to the top by pressure pipes. There are rotary dynamic pumps and positive reciprocating pumps with piston or rotary membrane All of which are to convert electricity to electricity and then to pump hydraulic energy to pump liquid (mostly water). At present, the most used types are electric pumps that play a role in the work of some industrial establishments, especially in energy storage and electricity generation.

Objectives:

At the end of this course, trainees will learn about:



The principle of working electric pumps and the purposes in which they are used.



How to install and choose electric pumps.



Proper professional behavior when installing the pump while complying with procedures and safety standards.



Differences between positive and dynamic pumps

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Maintenance costs based on the quality of the pump

Who should attend:

Employees in the maintenance department and electrical engineers.



Supervisors and technicians in the Department of Maintenance and Engineering in the laboratory.

Daily Outlines:

Course Contents:



• Definition of pumps

• Classification of pumps

• Hydraulics pumps

• Pump operation principle.

• Basic concepts

• Pump types



1. Centrifugal pumps



• Use centrifugal pumps

• Negatives and positive aspects

• Fan effect

• Types of centrifugal pumps

• Operating centrifugal pumps

• Place centrifugal pumps

• Properties of centrifugal pumps

• Performance curves of stations

• Performance curve relationships

• How to choose the pump

• Pumping height

• Install the pump

• Playback



• Connect pumps

1. Straight

2. In parallel



• Check pump before starting operation



• Mobile pumps

1. Configure the pump

2. Capacity needed for pumps

3. The thermal capacity of the pump

4. The quality of pumps



2. Turbine pumps



1. Turbo pumps for deep wells

2. Submersible Turbo Pumps

3. Chopper pumps and mixed flow pumps

4. Care and maintenance

5. Problems expected to occur in pumps

6. Causes of holidays in pumps

7. The economic diameter of pipe pumps

8. Advantages of irrigation by wells

9. The disadvantages of irrigation by wells



3. Helicopter pumps



4. Pneumatic pumps



5. Pumping pumps

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