Temperature Rise in Pumps Calculator

There is no pump with 100% proficiency. The energy lost in friction and water driven losses are changed to high temperature - warming up the liquid transported through the mechanical device. The temperature rise in pumps can be obtained from the brake power, pump efficiency, specific heat capacity of fluid, volume flow and fluid density.

Temperature Rise in Pumps Calculation

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Formula:

dt = (Ps * (1 - μ)) / (cp * q * ρ) Where, dt = Temperature Rise in Pump q = Volume Flow through Pump Ps = Brake Power cp = Specific Heat Capacity of Fluid μ = Pump Efficiency ρ = Fluid Density

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