On Which Principals the Centrifugal Pump Works?

A centrifugal pump is defined as a rotodynamic pump that makes use of a rotating impeller to raise the rate of a fluid. Its primary purpose is to switch the energy of an electric motor into kinetic energy of velocity, which will generate pressure to compel the fluid to come out.

Centrifugal Pump

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