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Dynamic Compensation of Acoustic Resonance for Water Flow System

  • M. SaravanabalajiEmail author
  • N. Sivakumaran
  • S. Sankarnaraynan
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Abstract

In a fluid transportation method, the hydraulic acoustic resonance is one in all the fluid dynamics parameters that cause the instability within the flow. The water pulsations flow made by an external force has driven system that is introduced by the drive excitation that generates the noise within the method. This development is understood to be acoustic resonance, and this can occur often that ends up in cavity downside and severe damages. The high magnitude resonance could be a result of the mass of exchange between pumped-up water and also the water discharged with hydraulic pressure. The amplitude of the vibration depends on the pump speed. The speed variation on the pump develops the structural vibration and structural failure. The variable-speed pump has severe vibration issues. The acoustic resonance vibration happens once the pump drives the high energy suction that may generate the undulation within the closed channel pipe. To avoid such severe issues, the acoustic resonance is to be monitored. In this paper, a technique is projected to measure the acoustic resonance by exploitation of the vibration detector for various valve gap values. The Variable Frequency speed (VFD) drives is introduced to operating the pump with constant speed so as that the vibration are reduced.

Keywords

Acoustic resonance Vibration VFD Flow rate Pump Speed 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Electronics and Instrumentation EngineeringKumaraguru College of TechnologyCoimbatoreIndia
  2. 2.Department of Instrumentation Control EngineeringNational Institute of TechnologyTiruchirapalliIndia

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