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Section 2: Variable Speed Drives: Application & Installation Considerations (Part 2 of 4)
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Rotodynamic (Vertical) Nomenclature (ANSI/HI 2.1-2.2)
Scope: Types, nomenclature and definitions of vertical turbine, mixed flow, axial flow vertical diffuser, submersible motor deepwell and shortset pumps, and others driven by vertical electric motors or horizontal engines with right-angle gears.
Rotodynamic (Vertical) Applications (ANSI/HI 2.3)
Scope: Design/application of vertical turbine, mixed flow, axial flow vertical diffuser, submersible motor deepwell and shortset pumps, and others driven by vertical electric motors or horizontal engines with right-angle gears. Updated content/graphics.
Rotodynamic (Vertical) Operations (ANSI/HI 2.4)
Scope: Establishes a standard outline for IOM manuals in order to help pump users locate IOM information. Features expanded parts listing, additional cross-sectional drawings, certification section, safety section, transport/handling requirements, more.
General Guidelines (ANSI/HI 9.1-9.5)
Scope: All industrial/commercial pumps including centrifugal, vertical, rotary and reciprocating. Covers types, definitions, design and application, airborne sound measurement and decontamination.
Rotodynamc (Centrifugal and Vertical) Pumps - Guideline for Allowable Operating Region (ANSI/HI 9.6.3)
Scope: Defines the "Preferred Operating Region" and "Allowable Operating Regions" for centrifugal pumps.
Rotodynamic Pumps for Hydraulic Performance Acceptance Tests (ANSI/HI 14.6)
Scope: This standard covers hydraulic performance tests for acceptance of rotodynamic pumps (centrifugal, mixed flow, and axial flow pumps). Information in the standard may be applied to pumps of any size and to any pumped liquids behaving as clear wat
Rotodynamic (Centrifugal and Vertical) Pump Efficiency Prediction(HI 20.3-2010)
Scope: Estimate the efficiency of different types and sizes of rotodynamic pumps and evaluate the effect of surface finish, internal clearance, type of pumpage and mechanical losses on pump efficiency.
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