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oil Pump

oil Pump

oil Pump

This is about engine and transmission pumps for Automotive (gerotor, vane, gear pumps,...).
To design oil pump customer send 3d-model (environment) to supplier.

Now supplier have to design pump to "fit" into space (packaging), and also to size it for the flow and pressure.

I need to learn how looks like SOR (statement of requirement) which pump designer get from customer (Ford, GM, FCA, Volkswagen, ...). What technical data comes from them to hands of designer, beside flow and pressure difference between suction and discharge, the pump has to generate.

I understand this can vary, but what are typical data?

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