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Guide to Design a Multi-Stage Pump Inducer

The customer, one of the world’s largest pump manufacturers, asked ADT to design an inducer to fit in one of their products, a multi-stage...

Loss Generation Sources in Subsonic and Transonic Centrifugal Compressors by Entropy Production Rate

One of the most important issues in design of centrifugal compressors is to understand what is the main source loss in the impeller and how changes...

What is the Optimum Blade Loading for Pumps?

Pumps account for 20% of the global energy consumption, and energy is often the largest cost in the life cycle costs of a pump system. Critical to a...

How to Optimize a 6.2:1 Pressure Ratio Centrifugal Compressor Impeller?

Transonic centrifugal compressors with pressure ratios higher than 5:1 are commonly used in marine diesel turbocharger applications as well as in...

How Hyosung Goodsprings, Pump Leader in Korea, Designed their Mixed Flow Pump Stages?

Hyosung Goodsprings is one of leading pump makers in Korea. We have secured the leading pump maker’s position with the continuous effort over the...

How to Design and Optimize Cryogenic Rocket Engines by Coupling Flownex, TURBOdesign and Ansys Workbench?

As we look at new off-world destinations and applications, our launch-vehicle designs constantly need to evolve. Each component will need to be...

How to Design a Centrifugal Compressor Stage and a Radial-Inflow Turbine Stage for a Supercritical CO2 Recompression with the Brayton Cycle?

The supercritical cycle which always operates above the critical pressure and the critical temperature of its working fluid was devised to overcome...

How to Optimize the Efficiency and Cavitation of High Speed Centrifugal Pumps?

Franklin Electric is a global leader in the manufacturing and distribution of products and systems focused on the movement and management of water...

Discover how Voith Turbo have designed their Hydrodynamic Torque Converters

Voith Turbo is the leading manufacturer of hydrodynamic variable-speed couplings, variable-speed transmission couplings and torque converters.

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