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2. Witte, J. Efficiency and Design of Liquid-Gas Ejectors, British Chemical Engineering, Vol. 10, No. 9 (1965), pp. 602–607. 3. Kentfield, J. A. and Barnes, R. The Prediction of the Optimum Performance of Ejectors, Heat and Fluid Flow, Vol. 2, No. 2 (1972), pp. 115–125.

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Jet Pumps," Advances in Test Measurements, Instrument Soc. of America .

The Technology of Artificial Lift Methods" Vo. 2b Pet. Pub. C. Tulsa (1980) 5. Corteville.

Excerpt from book: CHAPTER III MECHA. We will now examine the mechanical efficiency of the three pumps and multiple ejector system shown on the diagram, Plate XI. To ascertain the efficiencies it is necessary to determine the percentage of the power developed by the engine or motor that is actually converted into useful work.

by Dr. Virendra Kumar. Jet-Pumps and Ejectors . Each pump manufactured in our state-of-the-art integrated manufacturing house is a master piece which goes through a rigorous quality check process to ensure optimum performance for years.

2nd Symposium on Jet Pumps, Ejectors and Gas Lift Techniques, Cambridge, C2-15-C2-25.

Cranfield, Bedford, UK. R. G. Cunningham, "Gas Compression with the Liquid Jet Pump, 1974, Trans. ASME, J. Fluids Engg. Series 1, 94(3) pp. 203–215 B. D. Vyas, and S. Kar, "Study of entrainment and mixing process for an air to air ejector, 1975, BHRA Fluid Engg. 2nd Symposium on Jet Pumps, Ejectors and Gas Lift Techniques, Cambridge, C2-15-C2-25

AbstractAir ejector diffusers are employed in gas turbine exhaust systems to cool the exhaust gases. Cranfield Bedford: BHRA Fluid Engineering, 1976.

AbstractAir ejector diffusers are employed in gas turbine exhaust systems to cool the exhaust gases. These diffusers are developed as passive devices, which use the energy of the main flow to entrain the relatively cool ambient air through the annular slot openings. Multiple slot openings are provided along the length of ejector diffusers to lower the temperatures of the exhaust gases. 13. Silvester R, Mueller NH. Design data for the liquid-liquid jet pumps. J Hydraul Res 1968;6(2):129–62. Crossref Google Scholar.

When used to pump well water, jet pumps also have the advantage of locating all the moving parts of the pump on the surface with only the venturi section underground. BHRA Fluid Engineering Series, Cranfield, England (1976). Most experimental study was conducted in this field to get the maximum efficiency but very few were done on suction lift. In many cases suction lift is more important than maximum efficiency. To do so, an afford was made to get the effect of nominal diameter and nozzle to throat area ratio on suction lift of water jet pumps.

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