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Line Sizing for Process Fluid.You can either input a maximum velocity or select a process fluid from a menu. Link to Calculation Form Calculation Form in New Window Utility
Line Sizing for Utility.You can either input a maximum velocity or select a utility from a menu. Link to Calculation Form Calculation Form in New Window Density based
Simpson's methodSimpson developed a correlation for the maximum allowable velocity based on the density of the medium. You can either input a maximum velocity or use Simpson's method. Link to Calculation Form Calculation Form in New Window Equipment Line related
Line Sizing for lines connected to equipment.You can either input a maximum velocity or select a piece of equipment from the menu, in the latter case a usual velocity for such equipment will be used. Link to Calculation Form Calculation Form in New Window Economic optimization
Line Sizing using economical optimum diameter.You can either input a maximum velocity or use an ecomomical optimization formula. Link to Calculation Form Calculation Form in New Window Top of Page InformationWall Roughness values
Tabulation of typical Wall Roughness for several materialsThe data is useful for User Defined Pipe pressure drop calculations, see the Pressure Drop section of this website. Link to information Information in New Window Top of Page Related LinksAmerican National Standards Institute
The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private, nonprofit organization (501(c)3)
that administers and coordinates the U.S.
voluntary standardization and conformity assessment system.Link Open in New Window Deutsches Institute fuer Normung
The main activity of DIN is the development of technical rules.
The objective of DIN is to create standards for the benefit of the economy and of society as a whole.Link Open in New Window Piping Design Information
Pipingdesign.com is a site that offers plenty of information and links about piping.Link Open in New Window Top of Page LiteratureFundamentals of Fluid Mechanics
Bruce R. Munson, Donald F. Young, Theodore H. Okiishi John Wiley & Sons, 5^{th} edition, 2005 ISBN 0471675822 Fluid mechanics with theory, everyday examples and a collection of practical problems Engineering Fluid Mechanics
R.A. Dodge & M.J. ThompsonJohn Wiley & Sons, 8^{th} edition, 2004 ISBN 0471487376 Readable approach, student friendly text. Guides readers from fundamental fluid mechanics concepts to realworld engineering applications. Chemical Engineering, Volume 1
J.M. Coulson & J.F. RichardsonButterworthHeinemann; 6^{th} edition, 1999 Volume 1 of Coulson & Richardson's Chemical Engineering ISBN 0750644443 The behaviour of fluids, both liquids and gases is considered, with particular reference to their flow properties and their heat and mass transfer characteristics Note: Available in SI or empirical units, check before purchasing Chemical Engineering Design, Volume 6
R K Sinnott (J.M. Coulson & J.F. Richardson's Series)ButterworthHeinemann, 4^{th} edition, 2005 Volume 6 of Coulson & Richardson Chemical Engineering ISBN 0750665386 Chemical Engineering Design is one of the bestknown and widely adopted texts available for students of and engineers active in chemical engineering Note: Available in SI or empirical units, check before purchasing Top of Page


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