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volute

 [vo-lūt]
rolled up.

vo·lute

(vō-lūt'),
Rolled up; convoluted.
[L. voluta, a scroll, fr. volvo, pp. volutus, to roll]

vo·lute

(vō-lūt')
Rolled up; convoluted.
[L. voluta, a scroll, fr. volvo, pp. volutus, to roll]
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where [T.sub.tv] is the volute inlet total temperature, [T.sub.t1] is the impeller exit total temperature, and [c.sub.p] is the specific heat of the fluid.
Due to this volumic expansion there will be the creation of wear phenomena of material by friction if there is a little clearance between the impeller and the volute. In this case it should be avoided.
It was important to take into account dimensions like the entrance and exit diameters of the impeller, the impeller thickness and the thickness of the blade, the form of the volute and the outlet diameter of it.
The wear-resistant pumps handle solids up to 80 mm (3.2 in.) and sand concentrations of approximately 20% by weight, due to a larger inlet and pump volute. Other features include Hard-Iron (60 HRC) vortex impeller, polyurethane-lined pump housing and side discharge design.
These wear-resistant pumps handle solids up to 80 mm (3.2 in.) and sand concentrations of approximately 20% by weight, due to a larger inlet and pump volute, Hard-IronTM (60 HRC) vortex impeller, polyurethane-lined pump housing and side discharge design.