Resistance in LPG pipelines expressed as feet of head of liquid LPG-gas per 100 feet pipeline - and pressure drop expressed as kPa per 100 m pipeline - are indicated in the diagrams below. The diagrams are made for steel pipes schedule 40.
Resistance - feet of head of Liquid LPG per 100 feet pipeline vs. gpm
Pressure Drop - kPa per 100 meter pipeline vs. l/s
- 1 gpm = 0.075 l/s
- 1 ft head = 3.0 kPa
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