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Submersible Pumps

04/23/2010 4:54 PM

what is hp value for submersible pump with flow rate 16 liter/sec. and head 6 meters ?

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Re: submersable pumps

04/24/2010 5:16 PM

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04/24/2010 12:21 AM

About 2-3 hp, depending on the type of pump and its efficiency.

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04/24/2010 5:18 PM

thanks tornado

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04/28/2010 5:30 AM

If you please give me the equation used to give the hp?

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04/28/2010 9:31 AM

ΔP*Q/η.

Please see post 8 for the verbal explanation of these terms.

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04/24/2010 4:27 AM

Hydraulic power = sgxHxQx9.81 in consistent units. Divide this by the efficiency of the pump and you should be quite close to the shaft power required to drive the pump.

I do not know what "hp value" means and not sure of you mixture of units (hp, m etc.)

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04/24/2010 5:21 PM

hp value is the motor horsepower value

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04/26/2010 3:23 AM

The shaft power required by any fluid mover is the pressure rise multiplied by the volumetric flowrate divided by the efficiency.

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04/28/2010 5:24 AM

thank you

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