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напор на выходе из насоса, м;

English translation: head

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09:18 Mar 20, 2007
Russian to English translations [PRO]
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Russian term or phrase: напор на выходе из насоса, м;
если напор = давление - то оно вряд ли измеряется в метрах, а если нет - то как это все перевести ?
Alexander Onishko
Local time: 11:09
English translation:head
Explanation:
кажется у насосов это так.
а какой head - уже дальше расписывается по обстоятельствам

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Note added at 8 mins (2007-03-20 09:27:17 GMT)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_head

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Note added at 9 mins (2007-03-20 09:28:33 GMT)
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http://www.aquariumpros.com/articles/headpress.shtml
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Along with "flow rate," a pump's "head pressure" (or more accurately "pressure-head," "shut-off head," or "shut-off pressure") is a term often used in pump literature to describe how powerful a pump is. "Flow rate" is simply the volume of water a pump can move during a given amount of time. Pump flow rates are usually expressed in gallons per hour or gallons per minute.

"Head pressure" on the other hand is more complicated. "Head" may be simply defined as any resistance to the flow of a pump. When pump manufacturers list the head pressure, they are referring to the vertical discharge pressure head. Described in very simple terms, a pump's vertical discharge "pressure-head" is the vertical lift in height (usually measured in feet of water) at which a pump can no longer exert enough pressure to move water. At this point, the pump may be said to have reached its "shut-off" head pressure. When you look at a flow curve chart for a pump, the "shut-off head" is the point on the graph where the curved line becomes horizontal as the flow rate at that point is zero. The higher a pump's head pressure, the more powerful the pump.
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Sergei Tumanov
Local time: 11:09
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спасибо, Сергей ! :)
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head


Explanation:
кажется у насосов это так.
а какой head - уже дальше расписывается по обстоятельствам

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Note added at 8 mins (2007-03-20 09:27:17 GMT)
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydraulic_head

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Note added at 9 mins (2007-03-20 09:28:33 GMT)
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http://www.aquariumpros.com/articles/headpress.shtml
..
Along with "flow rate," a pump's "head pressure" (or more accurately "pressure-head," "shut-off head," or "shut-off pressure") is a term often used in pump literature to describe how powerful a pump is. "Flow rate" is simply the volume of water a pump can move during a given amount of time. Pump flow rates are usually expressed in gallons per hour or gallons per minute.

"Head pressure" on the other hand is more complicated. "Head" may be simply defined as any resistance to the flow of a pump. When pump manufacturers list the head pressure, they are referring to the vertical discharge pressure head. Described in very simple terms, a pump's vertical discharge "pressure-head" is the vertical lift in height (usually measured in feet of water) at which a pump can no longer exert enough pressure to move water. At this point, the pump may be said to have reached its "shut-off" head pressure. When you look at a flow curve chart for a pump, the "shut-off head" is the point on the graph where the curved line becomes horizontal as the flow rate at that point is zero. The higher a pump's head pressure, the more powerful the pump.
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Sergei Tumanov
Local time: 11:09
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спасибо, Сергей ! :)

Peer comments on this answer (and responses from the answerer)
agree  Nik-On/Off
3 mins
  -> спасибо!

agree  Leila Usmanova: да+напор измеряется в метрах http://www.google.ru/search?sourceid=navclient&hl=ru&ie=UTF-...
11 mins
  -> спасибо!

agree  Zoya Askarova
13 mins
  -> спасибо!

agree  Ravindra Godbole
1 hr
  -> thank you!

agree  Alexander Taguiltsev: Можно Discharge head также.
3 hrs
  -> sure! thank you!

agree  Jack Doughty
3 hrs
  -> thank you!
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