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Dayananda Sagar College of Engineering (DSCE), Bengaluru
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Angular speed of vane pump given theoretical discharge
Angular speed of the driving member in rpm=(Theoretical discharge of a pump*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)) GO
Width of vane pump given theoretical discharge
Width of rotor=(Theoretical discharge of a pump*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *Angular speed of the driving member in rpm*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)) GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given diameter of camring and rotor
Theoretical discharge of a pump=(pi/2)*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Angular speed of the driving member in rpm GO
Theoretical volumetric displacement of an external gear pump
Theoretical volumetric displacement=(pi/4)*Width of rotor*(Outer diameter of the gear teeth^2-Inner diameter of gear teeth^2) GO
Width of the rotor of a vane pump given volumetric displacement
Width of rotor=(Theoretical volumetric displacement*2)/(pi*Eccentricity *(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)) GO
Volumetric displacement of vane pumps
Theoretical volumetric displacement=(pi/2)*Eccentricity *Width of rotor*(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor) GO
Eccentricity of a vane pump
Eccentricity =(Diameter of cam ring-Diameter of rotor)/2 GO

Vane pump constant Formula

Vane pump constant=(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Width of rotor*(pi/2)
K=(d<sub>c</sub>+d<sub>r</sub>)*w*(pi/2)
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Volumetric displacement of vane pumps GO
Eccentricity of a vane pump GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given volumetric displacement GO
Theoretical discharge of a vane pump given diameter of camring and rotor GO
Width of the rotor of a vane pump given volumetric displacement GO
Width of vane pump given theoretical discharge GO
Angular speed of vane pump given theoretical discharge GO

What are some applications of vane pumps?

Some applications of vane pumps are: Aviation Service - Fuel Transfer, Deicing. Auto Industry - Fuels, Lubes, Refrigeration Coolants. Bulk Transfer of LPG and NH3. LPG Cylinder Filling.

How to Calculate Vane pump constant?

Vane pump constant calculator uses Vane pump constant=(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Width of rotor*(pi/2) to calculate the Vane pump constant, The Vane pump constant formula is defined as the product of sum of cam and rotor diameter and width of rotor. Vane pump constant and is denoted by K symbol.

How to calculate Vane pump constant using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Vane pump constant, enter Diameter of cam ring (dc), Diameter of rotor (dr) and Width of rotor (w) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Vane pump constant calculation can be explained with given input values -> 23.56194 = (10+5)*1*(pi/2).

FAQ

What is Vane pump constant?
The Vane pump constant formula is defined as the product of sum of cam and rotor diameter and width of rotor and is represented as K=(dc+dr)*w*(pi/2) or Vane pump constant=(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Width of rotor*(pi/2). Diameter of cam ring is the diameter of cam ring of a vane pump, Diameter of rotor is the value of diameter of the rotor of a pump and Width of rotor is the width of the rotor of a pump.
How to calculate Vane pump constant?
The Vane pump constant formula is defined as the product of sum of cam and rotor diameter and width of rotor is calculated using Vane pump constant=(Diameter of cam ring+Diameter of rotor)*Width of rotor*(pi/2). To calculate Vane pump constant, you need Diameter of cam ring (dc), Diameter of rotor (dr) and Width of rotor (w). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Diameter of cam ring, Diameter of rotor and Width of rotor and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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