Leakage in mechanical seal
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It is shown that when sucker-rod pumps are used, fluid leakage in seals of plunger-cylinder and valve pair through hole and radial slot is proportional to the area of the flow section and is also dependent on the shape of the latter. A new type of mechanical seal has been developed that reduces leakage significantly and increases efficiency and nonfailure operating life of piston or plunger pumps.
KeywordsWater Leakage Flow Section Round Hole Hydraulic Loss Mechanical Seal
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