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BEPBrevet d’Études Professionnelles (French: Professional Patent Studies)
BEPBlack Eyed Peas (band)
BEPBoard of Environmental Protection (various locations)
BEPBusiness English Pod
BEPBreak-Even Point
BEPBasic Education Policy (various organizations)
BEPBack End Processor
BEPBusiness Enterprise Program
BEPBilingual Emac Speak Project
BEPBit Error Probability
BEPBasic Education Programme (various locations)
BEPBuilding Entrance Protector (electrical engineering)
BEPBest Efficiency Point (centrifugal pumps)
BEPBusiness Entry Point
BEPBlackeyed Peas
BEPBureau of Engraving & Printing
BEPBrevet d'Enseignement Professionnel (French: Professional Teaching Certificate)
BEPBusiness Event Processing (software)
BEPBureau of Employment Programs (West Virginia)
BEPBiomedical Engineering Program (various schools)
BEPBench End Play (roller bearings)
BEPBachelier en Éducation Physique (Bachelor of Physical Education)
BEPBuilding Emergency Plan
BEPBlack Employment Program
BEPParty for Brotherhood and Unity in Politics (Suriname)
BEPBeam Equivalent Pressure
BEPBusiness-Education-Psychology (Kentucky)
BEPBasic Engineering Package
BEPBorder Ecology Project (Bisbee, AZ)
BEPBiosecurity Engagement Program (US Department of State)
BEPBis 2-Ethylhexyl phthalate
BEPBusiness Enterprise Priority
BEPBiomolecular Engineering Programme
BEPBuilding Envelopes Program (Oak Ridge National Laboratory)
BEPBio-Energetic Practitioner
BEPBenefits Equalization Plan
BEPBoiler External Piping
BEPBusiness Enterprise Program Act
BEPBest Environmental Practise
BEPBoth Ends Plain
BEPBiologie et Evolution des Plantes (French: Biology and Evolution of Plants; University of Montpellier; France)
BEPBudget Execution Plan
BEPBasic Execution Plan
BEPBachelor of Engineering Physics
BEPBusiness Express Program (Canada)
BEPBureau of Energy Programs (Massachusetts)
BEPBio-Energy Partners
BEPBest Estimated Position
BEPBusiness Engineering Partnership
BEPBacterial Enteric Pathogen
BEPBalanced Electrode Plane (electronics)
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However, changes in operating conditions after the initial installation can result in a pump not operating near its best efficiency point (BEP), which makes the overall process less efficient.
A pump is considered oversized when it does not operate at about 20% of the best efficiency point. So if it is plus or minus 20%, we say that the pump is not operating at its best efficiency point."
The investment in a highly rated fan is pointless if its actual duty range is far from its best efficiency point. Even if no compelling space limitations exist, fan diameters are often undersized just to keep first cost low (Figure 2).
The study nevertheless emphasizes the need for gas compressors with a wide operating range and good efficiency since the deviations from the best efficiency point of the compressor are significant for all but the cases with very slow acceleration.
For example, bringing models together allows engineers to better simulate and evaluate how a multiphase pump design performs in context, when given a gas volume fraction (GVF) load, requirements for total pumping head versus volumetric flow rate for best efficiency point, and even on specific reservoir locations with their unique inlet boundary conditions.
Pump and piping selection can have a considerable impact on the energy consumed during the course of the water system's life For optimal use, pumps should operate as close to Best Efficiency Point (BEP) as possible, and the plumbing should be engineered to minimize friction loss.
Ideally, the booster pump should be sized to match the primary dredge pump output to reach the best efficiency point. Every pump will have a horsepower demand curve that takes into account the impeller size and range of output.
Designed around the seal where 90 per cent of pump failures occur, the System One has a stiffer heavy-duty shaft and larger bearings resulting in the widest operational window off the Best Efficiency Point (BEP) than any standard process pump.
Describes the effects of operating a centrifugal or vertical pump at rates of flow that are above or below the rate of flow at the pump's best efficiency point. 1997.