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Influence of Deformation, Mass Transfer, and Heating on Pump Compression

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Compression of the working fluid in bulk-action pumps (such as piston, gear-driven, and plate-type pumps) under the action of deformation, mass transfer, and heating is considered. A method of calculating the compression is developed, for each factor and for the combination of deformation and mass transfer. The effectiveness of compression is analyzed for each case.

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Translated by Bernard Gilbert

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Shcherba, V.E., Shalai, V.V., Kondyurin, A.Y. et al. Influence of Deformation, Mass Transfer, and Heating on Pump Compression. Russ. Engin. Res. 39, 1–5 (2019). https://doi.org/10.3103/S1068798X19010210

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Keywords:

  • bulk-action pumps
  • piston pumps
  • compression
  • efficiency analysis
  • types of interaction