Pump Power Calculation

The ideal hydraulic power to drive a pump depends on the mass flow rate, the liquid density, and the differential height. The work ability of the pump is called as the pump power. Enter the values of flow rate, fluid density, acceleration and the head difference in this free online calculator for pump power calculation.

m3/s
Kg/m3
m/s2

Result :

Watts

Example:

Calculate Acceleration (g)Pump Power (P) for the following data : Flow Rate (q) = 25 Fluid Density (ρ) = 23 Head Difference (h) = 12

Solution:

Pump Power (P)= 25*23*9.80665*0.012
Pump Power (P)= 67.6659 .