Sizing steam and condensate pipes - pressure loss, recommended velocity, capacity and more
Recommended capacities (lb/hour) in gravity condensate return lines
Steam systems carries heat through pipes from the boiler to consumers as heat exchangers, process equipment etc.
Flash steam produced in condensate pipe lines
Maximum capacities of condensate lines in kW steam consumption
An introduction to the basic design of steam heating systems
Comparing flow coefficient Cv and flow factor Kv
Friction or major resistance in condensate pipe lines
Calculate fluid flow and pipe velocities in pipes and tubes
Expansion or contraction when heating or cooling cast iron, carbon and carbon molybdenum steel, wrought iron, copper, brass and aluminum pipes
Pipes expands when heated and contracts when cooled and the expansion can be expressed with the expansion formula
The water content in steel pipes and copper tubes
Steam pipes and pressure drop diagrams - imperial and metric units
Steam table with sensible, latent and total heat, and specific volume at different gauge pressures and temperatures
The steam velocity in a steam distribution system should be within certain limits to avoid excessive wear and tear
Flow and pressure loss in condensate return lines
Steam is a compressible gas where pipe line mass flow capacity depends on steam pressure.
Steam is a compressible gas where the capacity of a pipe line depends on the size of the pipe and the steam pressure.
Impeller cavitation increase with water temperature
Flow rate (lb/h) and pressure drop per 100 feet of pipe
Calculating the amount of steam in non-flow batch and continuous flow heating processes
Calculate pressure drops in steam distribution pipe lines
Pipe sizing steam systems - major and minor loss in steam distribution systems
Thermal expansion of steam pipes heated from room temperature to operation temperature (mm pr. 100 m pipe)
Selection of steam traps and their safety factors
Calculating and sizing steel pipe thermal expansion loops.
Calculate stress in in steam boiler shells caused by steam pressure
Steam pipes heated from room temperature to operation temperatures - expands