Dec 7 2015
4: Pressure Loss in Pipes
In the fourth episode of the Neutrium podcast Trevor and Matt continue their discussions on process hydraulics, covering the calculation of the friction factor and its subsequent use in determining pressure loss in a pipe.With Trevor Walker and Matthew Kidd.Links of potential interest: Neutrium on Bernoullis EquationNeutrium on Reynolds NumberNeutrium on Head vs PressureNeutrium on Pressure loss in a PipeCrane Flow of Fluids Through Valves, Fittings, and Pipe (TP-410)Chemical Engineering Volume 1, Sixth Edition: Fluid Flow, Heat Transfer and Mass Transfer (Coulson & Richardson’s Chemical Engineering)Fluid Flow for Chemical and Process Engineers, Second EditionPiping Calculations Manual Support Neutrium: Patreon Support Neutrium on PatreonEpisode sponsor:Many Tricks: If you’re looking for some Mac software that can do Many Tricks remember to specifically visit the URL below for more information about their amazingly useful apps. Visit manytricks.com/engineered and use the Coupon Code (listen to the episode to get the code) for 25% off the total price of your order. Hurry it's only for a limited time!