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All rights reserved. Mechanical, electronic, photographic or other reproduction or copying from this book or parts of it are according to the present Danish copyright law not allowed without written permission from or agreement with GRUNDFOS Management A/S. GRUNDFOS Management A/S cannot be held responsible for the correctness of the information given in the book. Usage of information is at your own responsibility. In the Department of Structural and Fluid Mechanics we are happy to present the first English edition of the book: ’The Centrifugal Pump’. We have written the book because we want to share our knowledge of pump hydraulics, pump design and the basic pump terms which we use in our daily work. ’The Centrifugal Pump’ is primarily meant as an internal book and is aimed at technicians who work with development and construction of pump components. Furthermore, the book aims at our future colleagues, students at universities and engineering colleges, who can use the book as a reference and source of inspiration in their studies. Our intention has been to write an introductory book that gives an overview of the hydraulic components in the pump and at the same time enables technicians to see how changes in construction and operation influence the pump performance. In chapter 1, we introduce the principle of the centrifugal pump as well as its hydraulic components, and we list the different types of pumps produced by Grundfos. Chapter 2 describes how to read and understand the pump performance based on the curves for head, power, efficiency and NPSH. In chapter 3 you can read about how to adjust the pump’s performance when it is in operation in a system. The theoretical basis for energy conversion in a centrifugal pump is introduced in chapter 4, and we go through how affinity rules are used for scaling the performance of pump impellers. In chapter 5, we describe the different types of losses which occur in the pump, and how the losses affect flow, head and power consumption. In the book’s last chapter, chapter 6, we go trough the test types which Grundfos continuously carries out on both assembled pumps and pump components to ensure that the pump has the desired performance. The entire department has been involved in the development of the book. Through a longer period of time we have discussed the idea, the contents and the structure and collected source material. The framework of the Danish book was made after some intensive working days at ‘Himmelbjerget’. The result of the department’s engagement and effort through several years is the book which you are holding. We hope that you will find ‘The Centrifugal Pump’ useful, and that you will use it as a book of reference in you daily work. Enjoy!...
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Steps in the 2014 National Merit® Scholarship Competition 1,500,000 Entrants. In October 2012, U.S. high school students who took the Preliminary SAT/National Merit Scholarship Qualifying Test (PSAT/NMSQT®) and met other program participation requirements entered the 2014 competition for National Merit Scholarship Program recognition and scholarships. Nearly all program participants (entrants) were juniors who planned to enter college in 2014. NMSC uses PSAT/NMSQT Selection Index scores (the sum of critical reading, mathematics, and writing skills scores) to determine 50,000 high-scoring participants who qualify for program recognition. In April 2013, NMSC asked high school principals to identify any errors or changes in the reported eligibility of their high scorers (students whose scores qualify them for recognition). PARTICIPANTS WHO QUALIFY FOR NATIONAL MERIT PROGRAM RECOGNITION 34,000 Commended Students. In late September 2013, more than two-thirds of the 50,000 high scorers will receive Letters of Commendation in recognition of their outstanding academic promise, but they will not continue in the competition for National Merit Scholarships. However, some of these students may be candidates for Special Scholarships provided by corporate and business sponsors. 16,000 Semiﬁnalists. In early September 2013, nearly a third of the 50,000 high scorers will be notiﬁed that they have qualiﬁed as Semiﬁnalists. Semiﬁnalists are the highest-scoring entrants in each state. NMSC will notify them through their schools and provide scholarship application materials explaining requirements to advance in the competition for National Merit Scholarships to be offered in 2014. 15,000 Finalists. In February 2014, Semiﬁnalists who meet academic and other requirements will be notiﬁed that they have advanced to Finalist standing. All National Merit Scholarship winners (Merit Scholar® awardees) will be chosen from this group of Finalists based on their abilities, skills, and accomplishments.
UCLA EXTENSION WRITERS’ PROGRAM SCHOLARSHIP 2013-2014 The UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Scholarship seeks to acknowledge and foster the talent of promising writers from diverse backgrounds and cultures who might otherwise not have the opportunity to study their craft in a supportive educational environment. Up to ten scholars are named annually, and each of the ten recipients is given the opportunity to enroll in three full-length Writers’ Program courses during a one-year period (mentorships, master classes, Writers Studio workshops, and 20-week courses are excluded). Courses may be taken either onsite or online but cannot be deferred for any reason. Eligibility In order to be considered eligible for the UCLA Extension Writers’ Program Scholarship, applicants must: Have gross income not to exceed $2500 a month per individual. For households with more than one individual, add 10% for each additional person. Be a U.S. citizen or eligible non-citizen with a green card The following applicants are considered ineligible: UCLA employees and their family members or dependents MA, MFA, and PhD graduates in Creative Writing, Screenwriting, Literature, or Journalism Students pursuing a degree in any field International students Former Writers’ Program Scholarship recipients Application Process To be considered for the 2013-14 academic year, all of the following must be submitted. Deadline is 5pm, 6/28/13. A completed application form Responses to the two essay questions Two letters of recommendation (see attached recommendation form). Recommendations may be from current or former employers, college professors, or leaders of volunteer or civic organizations with whom you have worked. A signed copy of your 2012 Federal Income Tax Return with all schedules and worksheets (IRS form 1040, 1040A, 1040EZ, or 1040TEL, and W-2 forms). If you were claimed as a dependent on your parents’ tax return, you must submit a signed copy of your parents’ 2012 Federal Income Tax Return. A copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) from the 2013-14 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) at www.fafsa.ed.gov. ***NOTE: It can take anywhere from 3 days to 2 weeks to get your SAR, so fill out your FAFSA early. SARs will not be accepted after the deadline.*** Where it asks for School Code etc., use the information in the box below. Federal School ...
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