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ASHRAE ST-16-018 - A SIMULATION-BASED STUDY ON DIFFERENT CONTROL STRATEGIES FOR VARIABLE-SPEED PUMPS IN DISTRIBUTED GROUND-SOURCE HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS Organization: ASHRAE
Date: 2016-01-01
Description: These systems circulate water or an anti-freeze solution through multiple heat pump units via a central pumping system, which usually uses variable-speed pumps. Variablespeed pumps have potential to significantly reduce pumping energy use; however, the energy savings in reality could be far lower than its potential due to improper pumping system designandcontrols.
DS/EN ISO 2151 - ACOUSTICS - NOISE TEST CODE FOR COMPRESSORS AND VACUUM PUMPS - ENGINEERING METHOD (GRADE 2) Organization: DS
Date: 2008-08-22
Description: It is not applicable to . compressors for gases other than acetylene having a maximum allowable working pressure of less than 0,5 bar/0,05 MPa, . refrigerant compressors used in refrigerating systems or heat pumps, . hand-held portable compressors.
DS/EN ISO 2151 - ACOUSTICS - NOISE TEST CODE FOR COMPRESSORS AND VACUUM PUMPS - ENGINEERING METHOD (GRADE 2) (ISO 2151:2004) Organization: DS
Description: It is not applicable to. compressors for gases other than acetylene having a maximum allowable working pressure of less than 0,5 bar/0,05 MPa,. refrigerant compressors used in refrigerating systems or heat pumps,. hand-held portable compressors.
NASA-LLIS-0039 - LESSONS LEARNED - SSME OXYGEN LINES Organization: NASA
Date: 1992-09-18
Description: If mass SPEC vacuum is lost for any reason (power loss or belt breakage) vacuum roughing pump oil may be sucked into the SSME heat exchanger (back-streaming) unless the hex is isolated immediately.
SAE AIR1899 - AEROSPACE MILITARY AIRCRAFT HYDRAULIC SYSTEM CHARACTERISTICS Organization: SAE
Date: 2001-03-01
Description: 1.2 Field of Application: •Design requirements: Procurement Specifications •System pressure: Fluid power system operating pressure •Hydraulic fluid: Type of fluid system is designed for •No. of hydraulic systems: No. and ID of independent hydraulic systems •System temperature: Minimum and maximum operating temperatures •Main hydraulic pump: Flow, pressure, displacement •Backup pump data: System auxiliary pump or backup pump data •Hydraulic motor data: System hydraulic motor requirements •Accumulator data: Usage, volume and precharge requirements •Reservoir data: Type, volume and pressure •Relief valve data: Usage, crack and reseat press, rated flow •Filtration: Usage, filtration rating •Tubing data: Materials, sizes, wall thickness •Fitting data: Type, size range, material •Schematic block diagram: System architecture, services supplied •Power circuit schematic: Detail schematic of power system •Heat exchangers: Cooling medium •Hand pump data: System hand pump data •Miscellaneous: Quiescent flow, seal material, etc.
MCGRAW - WORKING GUIDE TO PROCESS - WORKING GUIDE TO PROCESS EQUIPMENT, FOURTH EDITION Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2014-01-01
Description: Nine new chapters cover: • Tray design details • Shell-and-tube heat exchanger design details • Relief valve system design • Vapor lock and exchanger flooding in steam systems • Steam generation operating and design details • Wastewater strippers • Thermodynamics–how it applies to process equipment • Centrifugal pumps–reducing seal and bearing failures • Hand calculations for distillation towers • Vapor–liquid equilibrium, absorption, and stripping calculations Filled with examples and illustrations, this practical resource demonstrates how theory applies to solving real-world plant operation problems.
ASTM E2618 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR MEASUREMENT OF PARTICULATE EMISSIONS AND HEATING EFFICIENCY OF SOLID FUEL-FIRED HYDRONIC HEATING APPLIANCES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-09-01
Description: They are often connected to a heat exchanger by insulated pipes and normally include a pump to circulate heated liquid.
CRC - KE26564 - THERMAL ENERGY SYSTEMS : DESIGN AND ANALYSIS Organization: CRC
Date: 2015-01-20
Description: Topics covered include: Review of thermal engineering concepts Engineering economics principles Application of conservation and balance laws Review of fluid flow fundamentals Minor losses Series and parallel pipe networks Economic pipe diameter Pump performance and selection Cavitation Series and parallel pump systems The affinity laws for pumps Heat exchangers, LMTD, and e-NTU methods Regenerative HX, condensers, evaporators, and boilers Double-pipe heat exchangers Shell and tube heat exchangers Plate and frame heat exchangers Cross-flow heat exchangers Thermal energy system simulation Fitting component performance data Optimization using Lagrange multipliers Optimization using software Thermal Energy Systems: Design and Analysis covers the concepts and the skills needed to plan, model, create, test, and optimize thermal systems; and to use computer simulation software through its use of Engineering Equation Solver (EES).
MCGRAW - FLUID FLOW HANDBOOK - FLUID FLOW HANDBOOK Organization: MCGRAW
Date: 2002-01-01
Description: The result is a balanced, detailed, and extensive treatment of pumps, pipes and piping systems, hydraulics, hydrology, and much more.
UL 507 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY ELECTRIC FANS - TENTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2017-11-09
Description: These requirements cover: a) Fans and blowers that circulate air, such as desk, ceiling-suspended, and hassock fans; b) Fans and blowers that ventilate air, such as attic, whole-house window, through wall, and direct discharge fans; c) Ducted fans and blowers that exhaust air to the outside of a building structure, such as in-line, wall insert and ceiling insert fans; d) Dryer type fans used for drying carpets or floors; e) Commercial display blowers; f) Evaporative coolers; g) Evaporative cooler replacement pumps; h) Air-filtering appliances; i) Component fans; j) Low voltage component fans; k) Residential cooking area fans, such as rangehoods and downdrafts; l) Hand dryers without heater; and m) Recirculating and blending units except as noted in 1.2(h).
NASA-LLIS-0934 - LESSONS LEARNED – SSME 0523 TEST 902-772 MAJOR MISHAP Organization: NASA
Date: 2000-06-16
Description: Data analysis indicates synchronous vibrational level increases of approximately 8 Grms on the pump end and 20 Grms on the turbine end. The levels continue to increase with the increase of imbalance of the turbopump; eventually reaching approximately 16 Grms on the pump end and 83 Grms on the turbine end.
UL 60335-2-34 - UL STANDARD FOR SAFETY HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES, PART 2: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR MOTOR-COMPRESSORS - SIXTH EDITION Organization: UL
Date: 2017-11-03
Description: NOTE 101 Examples of equipment which contain MOTOR-COMPRESSORS are – refrigerators, food freezers and ice makers (IEC 60335-2-24); – air-conditioners, electric heat pumps and dehumidifiers (IEC 60335-2-40); – commercial dispensing appliances and vending machines (IEC 60335-2-75); – factory-built assemblies for transferring heat in applications for refrigerating, air-conditioning or heating purposes or a combination of such purposes.
API 1130 - COMPUTATIONAL PIPELINE MONITORING FOR LIQUID PIPELINES - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2002-11-01
Description: Pipeline systems vary widely in their physical characteristics including: diameter, length, pipe wall thickness, internal roughness coefficient, pipe composition, complexity of pipe networking, pipeline topology, pump station configuration, and instrumentation (quality, accuracy, placement).
CSA C22.2 NO 60335-2-34 - HOUSEHOLD AND SIMILAR ELECTRICAL APPLIANCES - SAFETY - PART 2-34: PARTICULAR REQUIREMENTS FOR MOTOR-COMPRESSORS - SECOND EDITION Organization: CSA
Date: 2017-01-01
Description: NOTE 101 Examples of equipment which contain MOTOR-COMPRESSORS are – refrigerators, food freezers and ice makers (IEC 60335-2-24); – air-conditioners, electric heat pumps and dehumidifiers (IEC 60335-2-40); – commercial dispensing appliances and vending machines (IEC 60335-2-75); – factory-built assemblies for transferring heat in applications for refrigerating, air-conditioning or heating purposes or a combination of such purposes.
NACE TM0109 - ABOVEGROUND SURVEY TECHNIQUES FOR THE EVALUATION OF UNDERGROUND PIPELINE COATING CONDITION - ITEM NO. 21254 Organization: NACE
Date: 2009-03-21
Description: The items in the list are not intended to address all possible variables that may affect applicability of a technique to a specific pipe section: Pipeline diameter and pipe-wall thickness, fluid transmitted, temperature, direction of flow, and operating pressure; Pipeline coating type, age, and whether pipeline/sections are under concrete; Route maps and cathodic protection records, when available; Whether or not in-line inspection (ILI) correlation point locations are used together with global positioning system (GPS) information to compare known aboveground and underground survey data; Pipeline depth-of-cover and soil type; Whether or not the pipeline section is under frozen ground; Right-of-way (ROW) condition, including ground cover above the pipeline such as pavement, concrete, wetlands, bodies of water, and rocky terrain; Location, separation distance, and electrical isolation condition of metallic structures adjacent to the pipeline; Location, separation distance, and electrical isolation condition of underground parallel pipelines in the pipeline ROW; Location and electrical isolation condition of casings; Location, type, and status of CP systems influencing the pipeline section; Location of foreign CP systems influencing the pipeline section; Location and status of CP test points; Location and status of electrical isolation from aboveground features, such as valves and piping in compressor or pump stations, and electrical grounding; Location of overhead high-voltage AC transmission lines parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW; Location of buried power cables parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW; and Location and influence, if known, of DC traction systems, industrial facilities utilizing DC induction or welding equipment, or overhead DC power lines parallel to or crossing the pipeline ROW.

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