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Taking advantage of new technology with Sulzer

Advances in manufacturing, repair and monitoring technology help face the challenges of operating conditions, corrosive media and rising operating costs.

 

How the rotor-stator interaction in a single-stage progressing cavity pump impacts flow rate and pressure.

 

José Larios, CEO of Celeros Flow Technology talks about the new business which launched as Covid-19 struck.

 

A design method of controllable velocity moment is proposed.

 

Danfoss high-pressure pumps and drives are at the heart of a SWRO modular desalination plant used by the Sarlux refinery in Sardinia, Italy.

 

A case study focusing on the design of ESP systems for the Nankai Trough, Japan, methane hydrate reservoirs.

 

Paul Davis, managing director of Wanner’s UK, Europe, Asia and Middle East subsidiary, talks to the boss, Bill Wanner.

 

Hydrated polymer is prone to shear when pumped and this can make the operation uneconomic.

 

How a multi-phase pumping system eliminated the need for costly separation at an oil field by pumping directly into a central treatment station.

 

Ben Shuck, technical service manager for Weir Oil & Gas, discusses the importance of proper equipment maintenance.

 

The offshore industry faces the challenges of maximising production while maintaining safety. Sulzer has the know-how, facilities and resources to do that.

 

The proposed control scheme can offer significant energy saving and lower electric motor rating.

 

A new algebraic model to predict head and flow rate viscous degradation in pumps is proposed.

 

A finite element model of the valves in a down-hole pump was developed.

 

This study proposes a particular assembly of Classification and Regression Trees (CART) for the detection of faults in a pumping system.

 

An ANDRITZ centrifugal pump installed in 1954 to convey crude oil is still going strong, demonstrating high reliability of service and long life.

 

This study built a multi-objective mixed-integer linear programming model to minimize the number of pump stop/restarts and reduce pump running costs.

 

Dispensing Autogas in hot climates requires a pump that can deliver the required high differential pressures.

 

ANDRITZ supplies to a Russian petrochemical plant in Siberia.

 

An oil company was looking for pumps that could provide reliable injection rates, while being operated remotely in harsh weather conditions,

 
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