The diagrams below can be used to indicate pressure drop in steam pipes at different pressures. The calculations are made for schedule 40 pipe.
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.
Pipe sizes, inside and outside diameters, wall thickness, schedules, weight and weight of pipe filled with water - Metric Units.
Introduction to pressure - online pressure units converter.
Saturated Steam Table with steam properties as specific volume, density, specific enthalpy and specific entropy.
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.
Saturated Steam Table with properties like boiling point, specific volume, density, specific enthalpy, specific heat and latent heat of vaporization.
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.
Steam consumption and condensate generation when heating liquid or gas flows
Steam flow through orifices - for steam pressures ranging 2 - 300 psi
Flow rate (lb/h) and pressure drop per 100 feet of pipe.
An introduction to the basic design of steam heating systems.
Pressure drop and maximum allowable flow in steam pipes.
Steam pipes and pressure drop diagrams - imperial and metric units.
Sizing of steam pipe lines - major and minor loss in steam distribution systems.
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