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 Thermo-Kinetics Thermowell Excel Calculator Spreadsheet Thermo-Kinetics Thermowell Calculation Program Excel Calculator Spreadsheet
 Thermowell Vibration Excel Calculator Thermowell Vibration Fluids Engineering Systems Excel Calculator Spreadsheet
 Karman Method Excel Calculator Spreadsheet Pressure Drop and Flow Rate Calculations based on the Karman Method Excel Calculator Spreadsheet
 Pump Motor Size Calculator Spreadsheet Data input and Output: Static Suction Head: (h1), Static Discharge Head: (h2), Is Pump Inlet Diameter equal to Outlet Diameter:, Enter Pump Inlet Diameter:, Enter Pump Outlet Diameter:, Density of Liquid: (D), Required Amount of Liquid at particular Height, Required Time for getting Liquid at particular Height
 Series and Parallel Pump Spreadsheet Calculator The Series / Parallel Calculator allows you to view the performance of two pumps when operating in series or parallel. In the case of series operation, the plot may be of two pumps or one pump and the existing static pressure at its suction.
 Pump Power Requirements Spreadsheet Calculator This spreadsheet allows the user to find the pump power requirement (Watts or Brake Horse Power) for various feeder pipe diameters (in) and given a known flow rate (LPS), pipe length (m) and head (m) and then select a suitable pump based upon available pump characteristic data.
 Centrifugal Pump Requirements Spreadsheet Calculator Calculates: Friction head loss on suction, Friction head loss on discharge, Dynamic head, NPSH, System power, Calculates and creates Pump vs Head Curve, Considers fittings and valves for both suction and discharge of pump, Allows for three separate application calculations
 Liquid Pressure Drop in Pipe and Pipe Fittings Spreadsheet Calculator Liquid Pressure Drop in Pipe and Pipe Fittings Spreadsheet Calculator. For the calculation of the friction factor the worksheet uses the Haaland equation which gives an implicit solution to the friction factor.
 Control Valve P1 P2 vs Flow Spreadsheet Calculator This worksheet approximates the behavior of P1 and P2 (pressure upstream and pressure downstream of a control valve) at different flow rates. This might be useful if valve Cv calculations need to be made at several flow rates, when only P1 and P2 are known at the maximum design flow and at zero flow. The principle behind the calculation is that pressure loss in a piping system is approximately proportional to flow squared. The worksheet may be freely copied and distributed to others.