Application Research on Testing Efficiency of Main Drainage Pump in Coal Mine Using Thermodynamic Theories

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Shang, Deyong;

The efficiency of a drainage pump should be tested at regular intervals to master the status of the drainage pump in real time and thus achieve the goal of saving energy. The ultrasonic flowmeter method is traditionally used to measure the flow of the pump. But there ar... View more
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