Fluid Flow Calculations

Fluid Flow Calculations 5.1.1

The fluid flow friction factor is calculated from the Reynolds number and pipe roughness using Moody's definitions. Pressure

The fluid flow friction factor is calculated from the Reynolds number and pipe roughness using Moody's definitions. Pressure

Different units can be selected to designate fluid and pipe properties

Standard USS pipe sizes can be selected without need to specify pipe diameters

Pipe diameter can be modified due to internal coking/build-up

Flow calculations can be based on mass or volumetric flow

Overall pipe length can account for elbows in line

Information on fluid properties is presented, friction factor, and the Reynolds number

Instructions for the software application are included

Users can calculate pressure drops of fluid flow through a pipe system taking into account the coking or scale build up in the pipe. Nominal pipe sizes can be selected from a list of pipe dimensions.

Fluid Flow Calculations

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Fluid Flow Calculations 5.1.1