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the question should be: what is the difference between a turbine and a pump the turbine extracts the energy carried by a fluid (usually enthalpy energy as in steam power plantsor potential energy an in turbines installed on water falls) through its impeller blades and transforms it to a useful mechanical energy. turbine versus centrifugal
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this video is an overview of the main differences between a regenerative turbine pump vs a centrifugal pump. focusing on impeller design efficiency and cavitation. for a more technical overview
in fig. 5 the centrifugal pump operates most efficiently at 30-ft head and 24-gpm. the regenerative turbine pump develops 55-ft head at 24 gpm. if the head increased 5 or 6 ft the centrifugal pump could not discharge. on the turbine pump this increase in head would cause only a slight decrease in capacity with a small increase in power.
the question should be: what is the difference between a turbine and a pump the turbine extracts the energy carried by a fluid (usually enthalpy energy as in steam power plantsor potential energy an in turbines installed on water falls) through its impeller blades and transforms it to a useful mechanical energy.
difference between pump and turbine. september 30 2012 posted by admin. pump vs turbine . pump and turbine are two devices that are widely used in many industries. the turbine is a device that is capable of gathering energy and converting it to work. the pump is a device that is used to move fluids.
yes a turbine pump is a centrifugal pump in terms of pump technology however so called "turbine pumps" are the generic name usually associated with small diameter mulitstage pumps usually installed in water wells or similar. the vendor isn't necessarily the problem - he has understood rightly or wrongly that you want a sumbersible well pump.
because centrifugal pumps can be used to perform different functions in a piping system and different water pressure levels may be required there are two general kinds of pumps that control and maintain water pressure differently. the two typical centrifugal pump categories are turbine pumps and volute pumps. turbine pumps