Linear motion shaker surface solutions have been monitored continuously near the Centrifugal Pump sample as well as in the incubator chamber. Before starting the Centrifugal Pump, the oil drilling particles need to be collected until constant weight can be obtained so that the dying conditions can be maintained in a constant manner throughout the runs with the help of the Centrifugal Pump mathematical model developed to produce prediction of the distribution of moisture within the particles. As it turns out, it has been proven that the predicted and measured Centrifugal Pump content profiles agree satisfactorily and further studies are necessary so as to obtain accurate values for effective diffusion within the oil particle. According to the principle of Centrifugal Pump, the flow characteristic of the oil drilling fluid and the sieving model equations can be studied from the perspective of linear motion shaker surface solutions. According to scientific research results, a novel solution concerning the development of Centrifugal Pump has been proposed by using average energy principle and the finite differential method in terms of flow capacity, which will make the model of great significance in evaluating the Centrifugal Pump working performance and screen selection. As a matter of fact, a drilling fluid Centrifugal Pump is not only a vibrator used for solid/liquid separation but also a very important device in the solids control system since surface solids separation equipment and linear motion shaker surface solutions are crucial on the proper functioning of the shaker in the entire system to recover the drilling fluid and remove large solids as much as possible in a cost effective manner.
A well designed Centrifugal Pump will not only maximize use of the screen to separate solids from liquid, but will also send these solids away from the Mission pump quickly so as to minimize the fluid loss and to clean the screen for more feed in the Centrifugal Pump. Thanks to the rapid development of oil drilling Centrifugal Pump technology, the demand for drilling fluid solids control is getting higher and higher and there has been more research than before when it comes to the solids control equipments by oil drilling engineers and companies in the world. To be more specific, much research work on the Centrifugal Pump vibration principle, Centrifugal Pump vibration pattern, kinematics, and dynamics, has been done by many researchers. However, due to the complicated Centrifugal Pump factors, no comprehensive model is available in effectively predicting the drilling fluid flow capacity in the Centrifugal Pump even though the differential equations have been established by many scholars and the flow of drilling fluid can be treated as a type of varied flow.