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    • Evaluation Of Rotordynamic Criteria For Multistage Pump Shafts 

      Lienau, Wolfram; Lagas, Nicolas (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2008)
      For the last 20 to 30 years rotordynamic tools with ever increasing simulation capabilities have been available for the design of multistage centrifugal pumps. Nevertheless, customers sometimes still specify criteria ...
    • Finite Element Transient Thermal Analysis Of An Axially Split Horizontal Multistage Pump 

      Kaiser, Roland; Lienau, Wolfram; Peters, Douglas J. (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 1999)
      Often the industrial power generation market specifies that boiler feedpumps must be capable of withstanding thermal transient conditions when operating in boiler feed service. A thermal transient analysis was performed ...
    • Identification Of Bearing Housing Vibrations Of A Large Barrel Type Injection Pump And Their Analysis By Means Of The Finite Element Method 

      Lienau, Wolfram; Sandford, Peter; Deger, Yasar (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2005)
      It should be an objective to predict bearing housing vibrations by means of finite element methods and avoid them in the design phase rather than to go in for corrective actions on the test bed or in the field. Bearing ...
    • Thunder Horse Injection Pump 

      Meuter, Paul; Lienau, Wolfram; Felix, Thomas; Schachenmann, Andreas; Germaine, Brian; McDonald, Charles L. (Texas A&M University. Turbomachinery Laboratories, 2003)
      For the “Thunder Horse” oil field, injection pressures above 550 bar (8000 psi) are required. The highest injection pressures realized up to now with centrifugal pumps were around 350 bar (5100 psi). To minimize to ...