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Experimental Investigation of a Centrifugal Pump Hydraulic Performance in Hydraulic Transmission of Solids

1 Introduction The human need for water and moving it from another point caused the man to fall idea to build a device that resolves this problem. The first examples of pumps in which driving force was supplied by humans or animals were made and used by the ancient Egyptians in the 17th century BC. They were able to pull water with reciprocating pumps from the earth at a depth of 91.5 m. Pump refers to a device that gives energy to the fluid and transfers it from one point to another. Pumps, in terms of the principles, are divided into three general

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