Process Pump Selection: A Systems Approach
Process Pump Selection: A Systems Approach will be an
invaluable source of information for engineers and others working
for user organizations in the process and service sector
industries. It will not only be of great assistance to engineers
faced with the specification, selection, and procurement of pumps,
but will also provide pump manufacturers with a great insight into
the problems facing pump users and plant designers.
- Pump specification and selection
- Positive displacement pumps: reciprocating metering
- Positive displacement pumps: reciprocating special purpose
- Positive displacement pumps: rotary
- Centrifugal pumps
- Centrifugal pumps: special purpose and multistage
- Common points
- Sealing considerations
- Pump and system combined
Chapter 1. Pump specification and selection.
Chapter 2. Positive displacement pumps: reciprocating metering.
Chapter 3. Positive displacement pumps: reciprocating special purpose.
Chapter 4. Positive displacement pumps: rotary.
Chapter 5. Centrifugal pumps.
Chapter 6. Centrifugal pumps: special purpose and multistage.
Chapter 7. Common points.
Chapter 8. Sealing considerations.
Addendum. Pump and system combined.
Appendix I. Symbols and preferred units.
Appendix II. Reliability classification.
Appendix III. Rheology definitions.
Appendix IV. Data sheets.
Otto von Bertele graduated as an Electrical Engineer before joining ICI Agricultural Division as an Instrument Engineer. He had various appointments on the plant and in design, including the leadership of the vibration section, before specializing on large compressors, their drivers, and their lubrication systems.