10th International Pump User Symposium (1993)

Table Of Contents

LECTURES
pg. 3MAGNETIC FLUID SEAL SYSTEM FOR CONTROL OF PUMP FUGITIVE EMISSIONS
William E. Key, Lionel A. Young, Will B. Mraz, Paul McMahan, and Thomas J. Black
pg. 15ENHANCED MECHANICAL SEAL PERFORMANCE THROUGH PROPER SELECTION AND APPLICATION OF ENLARGED-BORE SEAL CHAMBERS
William V. Adams, Richard H. Robinson, and James S. Budrow
pg. 25PRESSURE PULSATION DAMPENING METHODS FOR RECIPROCATING PUMPS
Gerhard Vetter and Bernd Seidl
pg. 41MODEL PREDICTIONS AND EXPERIMENTAL RESULTS FOR THE ROTORDYNAMIC CHARACTERISTICS OF LEAKAGE FLOWS IN CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS
Adiel Guinzburg and Christopher E. Brennen
pg. 49DESIGN AND TESTING OF A ZERO-NET RADIAL TAPER, RADIALLY COMPLIANT FACE SEAL
Alan O. Lebeck
pg. 55CONTROLLING EMISSIONS TO ATMOSPHERE THROUGH THE USE OF A DRY-SLIDING SECONDARY CONTAINMENT SEAL
Patrick M. Flach, Jan E. Sandgren, and David P. Casucci
pg. 63SINTERED ALPHA SILICON CARBIDE PUMP BEARINGS - TRIBOLOGICAL MATERIALS OPTIMIZATION TO IMPROVE RELIABILITY
Heinrich Knoch, Josef Kracker, and William D. Long
pg. 71SHAFT SIZING FOR MULTISTAGE PUMPS
Ulrich Bolleter and Arno Frei
pg. 81A CASE HISTORY - IMPROVED HYDRAULIC DESIGN LOWERS CAVITATION EROSION AND VIBRATIONS OF A WATER TRANSPORT PUMP
Stefan S. Florjancic, Alan D. Clother, and Francisco Javier Lopez Chavez
pg. 91THE SHORTCOMINGS OF USING PUMP SUCTION SPECIFIC SPEED ALONE TO AVOID SUCTION RECIRCULATION PROBLEMS
Allan R. Budris
pg. 97VIBRATION PROBLEMS WITH AN ELECTRIC MOTOR FOR A CENTRIFUGAL PUMP INSTALLATION
Lawrence Wray
pg. 109CANNED MOTOR AND MAGNETICALLY COUPLED PUMPS - APPLICATIONS, OPERATIONS, AND MAINTENANCE IN A CHEMICAL PLANT
Helmut Vollmuller, Willi Seifert, and Kenneth B. Fischer
TUTORIAL SESSIONS
pg. 119CORROSION IN PUMPS AND OTHER DAMAGE MECHANISMS
Ronald S. Miller
pg. 133CAVITATION AND RECIRCULATION TROUBLESHOOTING METHODOLOGY
Bruno Schiavello
pg. 157APPLICATION OF VARIABLE SPEED ELECTRIC MOTORS FOR PUMPS
Stephen P. Murphy
pg. 171DYNAMIC LOADING ON PUMPS - CAUSES FOR VIBRATION
Stefan Florjancic and Arno Frei
pg. 185USING FAULT TREES TO DETERMINE THE ROOT CAUSE OF ROTATING EQUIPMENT FAILURES
Robert X. Perez
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