Pressure Drop Due To Pipework.xls

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GIVEN:
Flow req. (m3/hr) -
Flow req. (m3/s) -
Velocity   (m/s ) -
Pipe Dia. (m.) -
Corrected pipe dia. (m.) -
Corrected velocity (m/s) -
Static Head (m)  (  + / - )
Density of fluid (kg/m3) -
Viscosity of fluid (cp) -
Pipe length   L  (m) -
Fittings  -
NRV ( Swing check )
No. of 450 - elbow
No. of 900 - elbow
No. of 1800 - close return bends
No. of Tee used as elbow
No. of Gate valve ( open )
No. of Globe valve ( open )
Std. Tee
Sudden enlargement ( d/D = 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 )
Sudden contraction   ( d/D = 1/4, 1/2, 3/4 )
Equivalent pipe length for fitting(m)-
Total pipe length L+ Le ( m ) -
Reynolds No.(NRe) -
Roughness of pipe 'e' (Micrometer)
Friction factor -
CALCULATE:
Static Head ( m) -
Velocity Head (m) -
Frictional head (m ) -
Total head (m.of liq.column)
Pump discharge pressure
POWER REQUIRED
Pump efficiency
Pump Power
Motor efficiency
Motor required

Calculation Reference
Pipework Design
Piping Manual
Analysis of Pipework

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Comments: 3
POOL PRO 2 days ago
MANY THANKS FOR MENTAL EFFORT PRODUCING SUCH A COMPLETE A PRECISE SHEET
bobmo 8 years ago
I believe the units for Viscosity should be Centistoke and not Cp.
Can you check this out?
The calcs sheet comes very close to other worksheets I have used if this is true.
Thanks
JohnDoyle[Admin] 9 years ago
Thanks for your calculation KUNJAN I'm sure users will find it useful. I have awarded a free 3 moth XLC Pro subscription by hay of thanks.