After the success of my webinar, I am making a recording of it available for everyone who was not able to attend, and those who wanted more time to go
Should pump users care about axial thrust?
Normally the user shouldn’t have to care about axial thrust. Pump failure from an axial thrust-related problem is relatively uncommon. But very
What is the Purpose of Minimum Flow?
Over the years use of the term “minimum flow” has evolved. Decades ago industrial centrifugal pump manufacturers quoted a single, relatively low
Hydrodynamics of Pumps (2011 edition) – A Book Review
Hydrodynamics of Pumps by Christopher E. Brennen was first published in 1994. Aside from my long-time professional acquaintance with the author, what
Diffuser versus volute
The stator section of a centrifugal pump, after flow exits the impeller, is usually either a ‘diffuser’ or a ‘volute’. The purpose of each of these
Pump Handbook Fourth Edition – A Book Review
Years ago I owned a copy of Pump Handbook 1st Edition, by Karassik, Krutzsch, Fraser, and Messina. While it was a book to have on the shelf, it was