Values from the table below can be used to indicate the heat losses from uninsulated copper pipes:
|Nominal bore||Heat Loss|
|Temperature difference (oC)||Temperature difference (oF)|
- 1 W = 3.4 Btu/hr
- 1 ft (foot) = 0.3048 m
Heat loss from pipes, tubes and tanks - with and without insulation - foam, fiberglass, rockwool and more.
Steam and condensate pipes - heat loss uninsulated and insulated pipes, insulation thickness and more.
Dimensions of pipes and tubes, materials and capacities, pressure drop calculations and charts, insulation and heat loss diagrams.
Hot and cold water service systems - design properties, capacities, sizing and more.
Working pressures of metric sized copper tubes according the BS (British Standard) 2871.
Hot water heat carrying capacities in copper tubes type L.
Water flow and pressure loss (psi/ft) due to friction in copper tubes ASTM B88 Types K, L and M.
Heat loss from uninsulated copper pipes - dimensions ranging 1/2 - 4 inches.
Physical characteristics of copper tubes ASTM B 88 type K.
Heat loss to surrounding air from insulated copper tubes.
Heat loss vs. surface temperature.
Heat loss (W/m) from 1/2 to 6 inches insulated pipes - ranging insulation thickness 10 to 80 mm and temperature differences 20 to 180 degC.
Heat loss (W/ft) diagrams for 1/2 to 6 inches insulated pipes - ranging insulation thickness 0.5 to 4 inches and temperature differences 50 to 350 degF.
Conductive heat losses through cylinder or pipe walls.
Heat emision from steam or water heating pipes submerged in water - assisted (forced) or natural circulation.
Recommended insulation thickness for heating systems like hot water and low, medium or high pressure steam systems.
The amount of condensate generated in a steam pipe depends on the heat loss from the pipe to the surroundings.
Heat losses from un-insulated steam pipes.
Heat loss from steel pipes and tubes - dimensions 1/2 to 12 inches.