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Most liquid transporting systems need pumps to overcome system resistance and to keep the liquid flowing. To select a reliable pumping solution for each system, it is important to understand how pumps (in particular centrifugal pumps) interact with the upstream and downstream systems in both steady state and transient conditions.
In this webinar, basic principles of pump performance curve and system resistance curve will be discussed. It will be highlighted why pump engineers should have a clear understanding of the inter-connecting piping system and layout at upstream and downstream of the pumps. Case studies will be provided to demonstrate how ignoring the hydraulic interaction between the pump and its associated system can deteriorate safety, reliability and availability of the selected pump.
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12:00 BST Webinar begins
12:40 BST Q&A
13:00 BST Webinar ends
Behshad Moradi: UK Head of Mechanical and Piping Engineering and Rotating Equipment Technical Authority, Wood plc
Behshad Moradi is currently Head of Mechanical and Piping disciplines with Wood plc in Aberdeen, UK. He has more than 19 years of experience in selecting, sizing and commissioning of rotating equipment in oil and gas industries. He is also Mechanical technical authority for onshore assets which Wood plc is operating.
He earned his BSc in Aerospace Engineering and MSc in Turbomachinery design from Tehran Polytechnic University and he is currently a PhD research student at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, where he also taught as external lecturer. He is Chartered Engineer and Fellow of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers and a registered European Engineer. His research interests are multiphase flow modelling, surge and cavitation phenomena in fluid machineries.
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