A 4 inch sch. 80 steel pipe with 100 psi steam pressure has a capacity of 5923 lb/h with steam velocity 80 ft/s.
Sizing of steam and condensate pipe lines - pressure loss, recommended velocity, capacity and more.
Steam & condensate systems- properties, capacities, pipe sizing, systems configuration and more.
Internal and external diameters, areas, weights, volumes and number of threads for ANSI schedule 40 steel pipes.
Calculating steam and condensate loads in steam heated systems.
Relative capacity between larger and smaller pipes.
The steam velocity in a steam distribution system should be within certain limits to avoid excessive wear and tear
Steam table with sensible, latent and total heat, and specific volume at different gauge pressures and temperatures.
Steam is a compressible gas where pipe line mass flow capacity depends on steam pressure.
Steam consumption and condensate generation when heating liquid or gas flows
Calculate steam flow rate vs. kW rating.
Steam consumption rates for typical steam heated consumers in industries like bakeries, breweries, paper factories etc.
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.
An introduction to the basic design of steam heating systems.
Properly draining steam pipes for condensate.
Pressure drop and maximum allowable flow in steam pipes.
Calculate pressure drops in steam distribution pipe lines.
Steam pipes and pressure drop diagrams - imperial and metric units.
Sizing of steam pipe lines - 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).
Steam trap selection guide - Float & Thermostatic, Inverted Bucket, Bimetal Thermostatic, Impulse and Thermodynamic Disc steam traps.
Calculating and sizing steel pipe thermal expansion loops.
Expansion of steam pipes heated from room temperature to operation temperature.
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