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Design and development of A novel slurry pump using Transmission Roller

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Thesis type
(Thesis) M.A.Sc.
Date created
2015-08-12
Authors/Contributors
Author: Li, Hanbo
Abstract
The oil and gas industry needs a simple and compact pump that could deal with slurry and other highly viscous or erosive fluid. The pump should also be able to fit in limited space of a borehole while maintaining comparable or higher efficiency than the current applications. Inspired by the algebraic screw, a new design of power transmission device, named as Transmission Roller, is introduced in this work and incorporated into a diaphragm pump. This mechanism converts rotary motion into linear motion and shows promises of high efficiency with its compact structure. Similar mechanisms have never been used in a hydraulic application before. A pump prototype utilizing the Transmission Roller is built and tested with water to prove its functionality. The transmission efficiency of the transmission roller prototype is 73.6%. The Transmission Roller efficiency for the final production pump design is expected to be 96.3%, higher than other designs of the same kind.
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etd9142
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Supervisor or Senior Supervisor
Thesis advisor: Arzanpour, Siamak
Thesis advisor: Wang, Gary
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