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Author Topic: A external water pump design.  (Read 1837 times)

Offline TommeyLReed

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A external water pump design.
« on: April 30, 2020, 11:40:46 PM »
I have a interesting experiment pump design
At 2000 rpm's, this is producing 1,116 lbf form centrifugal force.
Calculating mass of water in rotating tube.
((pi x r^2) x 24") =((169.6460033cu/in /1728)*8.33)= 0.8177958376/2.2
m = 0.3717253807 kg
1/3.28 radius of rotating mass
r=0.3048780488 meters
Centrifugal force
[((2000/60)*(2pi))^2] =
43820.4444 x (r*m)=
4966.210791/4.45 = 1116.002425 lbf
I would like some input on this design.
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