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[Imported] Pump Curve Trend or Mimic?

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[Imported] Pump Curve Trend or Mimic?

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User: hardin4019, originally posted: 2019-04-08 16:49:39 Id:401
Has anyone ever made a Trend or Mimic that shows the confines of a pumps nominal operating conditions and plots out where the pump is relative to those conditions? If so, any guidance on how to do it? I'm suspecting a trend is not going to give me the flexibility I need, and that maybe a Mimic with the different lines and curves drawn in the Mimic and a dynamic marker with x/y coordinate animations might be the route to go.


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Re: [Imported] Pump Curve Trend or Mimic?

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Reply From User: JesseChamberlain, posted: 2019-04-09 02:55:11
Sounds like you should look into using Dynagraphs, but I will admit I have no experience with them!

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Re: [Imported] Pump Curve Trend or Mimic?

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Reply From User: JesseChamberlain, posted: 2019-04-09 02:55:11
Sounds like you should look into using Dynagraphs, but I will admit I have no experience with them!