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Fluid Mechanics and Machinery
The flow of ideal non-viscous fluids was extensively studied and mathematical theories were developed during the last century. The field of study was called as ‘Hydrodynamics’. However the results of mathematical analysis could not be applied directly to the flow of real fluids.
Siphon Flow Rate Equation and Calculator
Siphon Flow Rate from Small Pipes Equation and Calculator
Siphon Flow and Discharge Rates
Plastic or aluminum smooth wall siphons and tubes are commonly used to deliver water from a canal or ditch to the furrows. These conduits may also be used to measure the rate of flow.
Vacuum Engineering Calculations and Applications
Vacuum is now required for many scientific and industrial purposes, particularly those associated with semiconductors, lighting bulbs, and material-coating industries. The need to manufacture in highly characterized and controlled vacuum brings continual progress in the design, operation, and maintenance of vacuum systems, challenging the people involved in these activities.
Pressure Drop High Vacuum System
For sizing a high vacuum distribution system, use this vacuum sizing chart. Assumes velocity of 4,000 fpm,Type L copper, with pressure drop in in. Hg/100 ft
Vacuum Pipe Pressure Loss Data
Pressure Loss Data for Sizing Vacuum Pipe, Low Pressure Vacuum System
Vacuum Pressure Equivalence Table
Equivalence Table for Pressure/Vacuum Measurements (pressure reduction of 2 torr corresponds to 0.232% vacuum)
Fundamentals of Vacuum Technology
Residual gas analyses at low pressures, measurement of low pressures, pressure monitoring, open- and closed-loop pressure control, and leaks and their detection. Included for the first time are the sections covering the devices used to measure and control the application of coatings and uses for vacuum technology in the coating process.
High Vacuum Technology
High Vacuum Technology basic components of vacuum systems, including pumps, gauges, couplings and valves. The use of basic concepts and of the components is then illustrated in chapters dealing with the design, construction, operation and leak testing of practical systems.
Dn Diametre Nominel per ISO vs NPS Nominal Pipe Size
Metric Pipe Sizes Dn "Diametre Nominel" per ISO vs NPS "Nominal Pipe Size" Equivalent for DN 6 to DN 2200, NPS Schedule 80 to XXS / XXH
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