Vibration Reduction Of Vertical Pumps - A Case History
AbstractVertical pumps are susceptible to vibration problems partly due to their "one-point" attachment to the foundation. A case history of high vibrations of a vertical pump and a design modification to remedy it are presented here. Vibration measurements were carried out to identify the causes for the high, unacceptable vibration levels and to assess the effectiveness of the proposed design modification.
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