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Fire-fighting Pump Approval Standard for Fire-fighting Trucks with an Additional Positive Displacement Pump
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  • Journal title : Fire Science and Engineering
  • Volume 30, Issue 1,  2016, pp.104-110
  • Publisher : Korea Institute of Fire Science and Engineering
  • DOI : 10.7731/KIFSE.2016.30.1.104
 Title & Authors
Fire-fighting Pump Approval Standard for Fire-fighting Trucks with an Additional Positive Displacement Pump
Han, Yong-Taek; Sung, Ki-Chan; Min, Se-Hong;
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 Abstract
Positive displacement pumps with high pressure and water capacity are used large fires in various high-rise buildings. This study provides information for a performance approval standard of fire pumps for fire trucks based on centrifugal pump standards enacted in 2012. An experiment was conducted with a positive displacement pump for three levels of performance from the approval standard (V-1, 2, and 3). The efficiency of the pump was included in the reference, which requires the approval of 65% performance, the same as a centrifugal pump. The water pressure is between 1.5 and 2.5 MPa, and the required flow rate was established as at least and up to . A relief valve was added to adjust the shut-off pressure due to the structural characteristics of the positive displacement pump. A strainer was also installed to prevent damage to the inside of the pump due to foreign matter. However, the strainer includes a difference from the positive displacement pump to operate without a vacuum pump and the centrifugal pump. This is due to the additional approval standard portion of the positive displacement pump, which is expected to be selected for more variety of fire-fighting equipment and proactive responses to fire suppression in a high-rise buildings and large fires. In conclusion, this approval standard was enacted in January 2016.
 Keywords
Centrifugal pump;Positive displacement pump;Approval standard;Fire truck;
 Language
Korean
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