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Georgia Tech - CHE 3200 - Class Notes - Week 10

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Georgia Tech - CHE 3200 - Class Notes - Week 10

School: Georgia Institute of Technology
Department: Chemical Engineering
Course: Transport Processes I
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: pumps, pdp, CentrifugalPumps, priming, Darcy'sLaw, and NPSH
Name: Transport II Week 10 Notes
Description: We went over Darcy's Law and then moved on to Pumps. The two major types of pumps are PDP and Centrifugal pumps. We also talked about pump placement and NPSH. We finished up the week talking about priming.
Uploaded: 11/01/2018
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School: Georgia Institute of Technology
Department: Chemical Engineering
Course: Transport Processes I
Term: Fall 2018
Tags: pumps, pdp, CentrifugalPumps, priming, Darcy'sLaw, and NPSH
Name: Transport II Week 10 Notes
Description: We went over Darcy's Law and then moved on to Pumps. The two major types of pumps are PDP and Centrifugal pumps. We also talked about pump placement and NPSH. We finished up the week talking about priming.
Uploaded: 11/01/2018
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