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Pump Discharge pipe

Pump Discharge pipe

Pump Discharge pipe

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I know that I can have multiple pumps but in my case I have two pumps with one discharge pipe. Is there any way to mimic that in Hydrocad 9?

RE: Pump Discharge pipe

For details on pump modeling in HydroCAD please see www.hydrocad.net/pumps.htm

Since the frictional losses are calculated separately for each pump, there will be some difference depending on how many pumps are running at a given time.  But this variation should be small in comparison to the static head.
 

Peter Smart
HydroCAD Software
www.hydrocad.net
 

RE: Pump Discharge pipe

If there is no way to model two pumps discharging into one pipe, you can always model two seperate discharge pipes as a single using the equal conveyance/headloss approach.  

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