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Principles of pressure drop calculation and access to Engineering tools

Recommended equivalent length of common valves and other piping components

Recommended K friction coefficients of common valves and other piping components

Recommended K friction coefficients of common valves and other piping components for LAMINAR flow

Volume of liquid in a partially filled pipe

Sonic velocity definition and calculation

Introduction to valves types commonly
used in Process Engineering

Flow coefficients and capacity sizing
of control valves

Flow coefficients and capacity sizing
of control valves used for steam and superheated steam

Flow coefficients and capacity sizing
of control valves used for service where liquid and gas are
present at the inlet of the valve

Flow coefficients and capacity sizing
of control valves used in laminar flow

Introduction to the different types of
valves characteristics

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Drop Calculation

4. Fluid Velocity in pipes

5. Churchill
Correlation (friction factor)

Calculation of pressure safety valve
sizing for gas flow

Calculation of pressure safety valve
sizing for gas flow at low pressure (<1.034 bag g) and vacuum
service

Calculation of pressure safety valve
sizing for liquid flow

Calculation of hydrostatic pressure

Calculation with Toricelli formula

Calculation of Reynolds number

Calculation of hydraulic diameter

Introduction to friction factor for
pressure drop calculation

Make the difference between Fanning and
Moody's friction factors

Calculation of the friction factor by
the correlation of Colebrook

Calculation of the friction factor by
the explicit correlation of Churchill

Calculation of the pressure drop
through a pipe for a single phase flow

Recommended velocity to in pipes

The different flow regimes in pipes as
a function of Reynolds number

Calculation of orifice, flow capacity and pressure drop