piston pump


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piston pump

[′pis·tən ¦pəmp]
(mechanical engineering)
A pump in which motion and pressure are applied to the fluid by a reciprocating piston in a cylinder. Also known as reciprocating pump.
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Hong, "Analysis of piston behavior according to eccentricity ratio of disk in bent-axis type piston pump," Journal of Mechanical Science and Technology, vol.
The aim of this study was to investigate the hydraulic characteristics of pulsating flows in pressure lines piston pumps of liquefied gas, as well as the study of the effectiveness of the dampers and pressure pulsations and conformity of their parameters to calculation.
The equations of the motion for a damless hydraulic hydroturbine with radial blades, when connecting a crank piston pump to them, is determined in [3] and have the following form:
Kim, "Simulation on hydraulic control characteristics of regulator system in bent-axis type piston pump," KSTLE International Journal, vol.
The optoelectronic sensor for measuring the temperature of the cylinder block in an axial piston pump is presented in Fig.2.
The system features four piston pumps that can each achieve pressures more than 140kn/[cm.sup.2] and provide a continuous, seamless flow of material from any size reservoir.
The new McL-230P pressure mud system, with its 12-hp electric start gasoline engine, multiple piston pump, and variable pendant control can deliver up to 6 gpm @1,000 psi.
The series 1207 WOB-L piston pump is designed with oil-less, non-lube piston and cylinder for long life and clean air flow.
Newco's range also covers all manufacturers and all versions of its equipment, from piston pump melters used in the food industry to PLC-controlled melters used to make disposable products.
In February 1993, 24 of the 43 centrifugals with a total installed power of 1,300 kW, were replaced by a single 320 kW Putzmeister HSP 3080 duplex piston pump which transfers all the sludge from the 686 m level to surface in a single stage.