Preferred and Allowable Operating Regions for Rotodynamic Pumps to Maximize Reliability: 1-Part Live Webinar
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Preferred and Allowable Operating Regions for Rotodynamic Pumps to Maximize Reliability
1-Part Live Webinar
August 10, 2022 at 1:00 PM (EST)
Learn how the Preferred Operating Region (POR) and Allowable Operating Region (AOR) are defined for centrifugal, mixed and axial flow pumps and their impact on efficiency and reliably. Curve shape, hydraulic loading, temperature rise, vibration/noise, suction recirculation, priming, NPSH margin and more will be discussed related to a pumps AOR as well as methods to ensure operating in the AOR will be presented. This webinar is a must for pump end users, application engineers, pump system designers, specifying engineers and pump service providers.
Upon completion, learners should be able to:
- Understand Best Efficiency Point (BEP) and Preferred Operating Region (POR)
- Factors impacting Allowable Operating Region (AOR)
- Standards impacted using POR and AOR
- Methods to ensure operating within the AOR
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Senior R&D Engineer - Industrial and Commercial Products
Mr. Wells has held positions in Application, Project, and Product Engineering in a variety of industries. In his current role as a Product Engineer at Flowserve Corporation, Mr. Wells provides design governance over a variety of centrifugal pump product lines. He has been a member of the Hydraulic Institute since 2019 and is the Chair for the ANSI/HI 9.6.3 Committee - Rotodynamic Pumps – Guideline for Operating Regions. Mr. Wells obtained his B.S. Degree in Mechanical Engineering at the Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University in 2010.
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