Pump station engineering industry in English terms

1.1 General Terms 1.1.1 Water lifting Water lifting using machinery or tools, water transport. 1.1.2 Drainage and irrigation machinery drainage and irrigation machinery for farmland drainage and irrigation machinery and equipment collectively, including pumps, power machines, transmission equipment, pipes and fittings. 1.1.3 pump pump The mechanical power of the power machine into water (bit energy, kinetic energy, pressure energy) hydraulic machinery. 1.1.4 Pumps for drainage and irrigation Pumps for drainage and irrigation of farmland, commonly used in centrifugal pumps, axial pumps, Francis pumps, turbine pumps, long axis well pumps, submersible pumps and so on. 1.1.5 power driver (motive power machine) Pump driven machinery, commonly used motors, diesel engines, gasoline engines, wind turbines and so on. 1.1.6 pumping unit pumping unit pump, power machine and transmission equipment combination. 1.1.7 Main pumping unit Main pumping unit, which is directly served for irrigation and drainage of farmland in the pumping station, is referred to as main unit. 1.1.8 Auxiliary equipment of pumping station Auxiliary equipment of pumping station The general term of the electromechanical equipment matched with the main unit in the pumping station, including water supply, lifting, ventilation, heating, measurement, pumping station, drainage and technical water supply, oil supply, Gas supply and other equipment. 1.1.9 pump device pump system pump and into, out of water (flow) Road combination. 1.1.10 pumping system pumping system pumping unit and the inlet and outlet pipes (flow) Road combination. 1.1.11 pumping station structures structures of pumping station The pumping station main unit supporting the building collectively, such as pump room and take water, water diversion, inflow, effluent buildings. 1.1.12 pumping station pumping station by pumping equipment, auxiliary equipment and ancillary buildings composed of engineering facilities. 1.1.13 pumping station (pumping hub) junction station of pumping (pumping hydro-jun-ction) by the pumping station and the control of the overall composition of the 1.2 pumping station planning 1.2.1 electromechanical drainage pumping-drainage area using pumping facilities Drainage area. 1.2.2 pumping-irrigation area pumping-irrigation area irrigation pumping area. 1.2.3 Piping Division zoning of pumping area mechanical and electrical pumping area and pumping irrigation grading, zoning control. 1.2.4 minimum power method least power method According to the total installed power to determine the minimum level of pumping stations at all levels of elevation. 1.2.5 Storage area for drainage-water of water-logging low-land Storage and discharge of drainage, drainage water area. 1.2.6 drainage pump station designed flow designed capacity of drainage pumping station According to the drainage standards, drainage area and storage capacity to determine the pump flow. 1.2.7 Design of irrigation pumping station designed capacity of irrigation pumping station According to the irrigation guarantee rate, irrigated area and storage capacity to determine the pump flow. 1.2.8 drainage pumping station design head designed pumping of water pumping station according to the design of the pumping station, the water level and the corresponding pipe head loss to determine the lift. 1.2.9 Irrigation pumping station design head designed pump irrigation head according to the design of the pumping station, the water level and the corresponding pipeline head loss determined lift. 1.3 Pump Type 1.3.1 Vane pump (vane (dynamic) pump through the impeller rotation, the power of mechanical energy into liquid energy pump. 1.3.2 Centrifugal pump centrifugal pump Liquid by the centrifugal force, along the radial out of the impeller vane pump. 1.3.3 Self-priming centrifugal pump self-priming pump pump body part of the water stored in the body, can exhaust their own centrifugal pump water. 1.3.4 axial flow pump axial flow pump The role of liquid in the thrust, the axial outflow of the vane impeller pump. 1.3.5 mixed flow pump Mixed flow pump Centrifugal force and thrust double role, the impeller vane pump out of the oblique. 1.3.6 tubular pump (through-flow) pump All pump shaft is contained in a straight tube-shaped pump or axial flow pump mixed flow pump. 1.3.7 multistage pump multistage pump Two or more impeller mounted on the same axis in series vane pump work. 1.3.8 well pump well pump dive into well water pumping. 1.3.9 long shaft well pump well pump with long (vertical) shaft 1.3.10 submersible pump submersible pump submersible pump and motor into a submerged pump. 1.3.11 deep submersible pump submersible pump for deep well Submersible pump pumping from deep well. 1.3.12 water ring vacuum pump water-ring vaccum pump by the eccentric installation of the impeller rotation of the water ring to create a vacuum pump. 1.3.13 positive displacement pump positive displacement pump By the cyclical changes in the volume of the studio conveying liquid pump. 1.3.14 Helical Rotor Pump A liquid displacement pump is used to deliver periodic changes in the engagement space (working chamber) with the pump body during a single screw rotation. 1.3.15 hand pump hand pump Manually operated piston type, diaphragm type and other types of positive displacement pump. 1.3.16 water pump turbine water-turbine pump impulse water wheel drive water pump water lifting machinery. 1.3.17 Water Hammer pump A hydraulic pump that draws water using the water hammer pressure generated by the hydraulic impact valve plate. 1.3.18 jet pump jet pump The use of working fluid delivery of energy to achieve a fluid pump. 1.3.19 screw pump screw pump The use of spiral blade rotation movement is to increase the position of a body pumping water pump. 1.3.20 rod pump rocking-arm pump A kind of piston displacement pump used to raise well water. 1.3.21 Internal combustion pump Hunphrey pump A pump that generates pressure using an intermittent combustion explosion of a gas pump. 1.4 pump performance 1.4.1 pump flow pump capacity Pump pumping unit time. 1.4.2 Pump performance parameters A set of data used to characterize the performance of a pump, including flow, lift, shaft power, efficiency, rotational speed, necessary NPSH or allowable suction height, specific rpm and cavitation ratio Number of revolutions. 1.4.3 pump head pump head unit weight of water from the pump inlet to the pump outlet to increase the energy. 1.4.4 pump shaft power pump-shaft