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### Pipe line sizing

1. 1. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing
2. 2. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity
3. 3. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter
4. 4. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size
5. 5. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter
6. 6. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size
7. 7. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Nre = D v ρ / μ
8. 8. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Step-7 : Find Friction Factor
9. 9. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Step-7 : Find Friction Factor Step-8 : Determine Equivalent Length
10. 10. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocityfor selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Step-7 : Find Friction Factor Step-8 : Determine Equivalent Length Step-9 : Calculate Pressure Drop, Say Δp calculated P = --------------- x [----- ]f x L x V2 D x 10000 2 g
11. 11. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Step-7 : Find Friction Factor Step-8 : Determine Equivalent Length Step-9 : Calculate Pressure Drop, Say Δp calculated Step-10 : Determine Available Pressure Drop, Say Δp available
12. 12. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing Sizing Pipe Line carrying Water @ 100 m3/hr (ρ = 1000 kg/m3 , μ = 1 cp) Step-1 : Assume Fluid Velocity Step-2 : Calculate Internal Pipe Line Diameter Step-3 : Select Nearest Available Pipe Size Step-4 : Find Pipe Internal Diameter Step-5 : Calculate Fluid Velocity for selected pipe size Step-6 : Calculate Reynolds Number Step-7 : Find Friction Factor Step-8 : Determine Equivalent Length Step-9 : Calculate Pressure Drop, Say Δp calculated Step-10 : Determine Available Pressure Drop, Say Δp available Step-11 : Compare Δp available & Δp calculated Δp available > Δp calculated
13. 13. Koncept Learning Center klcenter@gmail.com For Training Workshop Write us at : klcenter@gmail.com Pipe Line Sizing
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