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pumps and compressor

pumps and compressor

pumps and compressor

did any one have a training material for pumps and compressors please?

RE: pumps and compressor

try searching on this site. This question has been sked many times before and lots of links and documents attached.

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RE: pumps and compressor

I've had a great deal of difficulty finding "basic" material on pumps and compressors that was useful. The basic stuff feels like a "See Dick. See Dick run. Dick runs fast. The end" level. Then the next level is "to adjust the crosshead clearance on an Ariel JGK you ..." level. I've had a great deal of difficulty finding anything in the middle, so I tried to write it.

Some of the reviewers of my upcoming book Practical Onshore Gas Field Engineering that is scheduled to be available later this month think that I found a useful intermediate level, but I'm too close to it to be objective. It may be too expensive for what you need.

David Simpson, PE
MuleShoe Engineering

In questions of science, the authority of a thousand is not worth the humble reasoning of a single individual. Galileo Galilei, Italian Physicist

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