Intake Design for Rotodynamic Pumps (ANSI/HI 9.8—2012)

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Power Plant Pumps: Guidelines for Application & Operation

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Use promo code PP25914 during checkout in the HI eStore to receive 25% off your purchase of the latest Hydraulic Institute guide, Power Plant Pumps: Guidelines for Application and Operation to Maximize Uptime, Availability, and Reliability. This guide offers comprehensive insights into the application and operation of pumps used in combined-cycle power plants. The information found in this guide on proper pump selection and operation are crucial for minimizing energy consumption and increasing overall plant efficiency, reliability, and profitability. Based on the equipment used in a typical 400 MW combined-cycle plant, this guide describes important details about the pump types used, offers guidance for proper selection of main and auxiliary service pumps, and describes the significance of proper operation of pumps in power plant service. Purchase and save today! ...

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Variable Speed Drives: An In-Depth Look Webinar Series

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Don’t miss the upcoming Variable Speed Drives 4-Part webinar series. The series schedule is as follows:
Session 1: Intro 101 - September 9, 2014, 1:00-2:00pm EDT
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The series will cover variable speed drives in pumping systems and how they can generate large benefits to the user in reliability improvements. Advance registration is required for this series. The series fee is $299.00 and HI members receive 25% off. Register today ...

Slurry Pumps: 3-Part Webinar Series

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Explore slurry types and their effects on pump performance. Examine pump assembly considerations, mechanical design features and testing as well as slurry pump wear and application regarding selection, operation, maintenance and materials of construction. Series participants also receive 3 Professional Development Hour (PDH) credits from the Hydraulic Institute. Registration and more information ...

 
Volume 6, Issue 9
September 2014

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