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ggarnier (Mechanical) (OP)
7 Mar 00 12:24
Does anyone have a MathCAD worksheet for calculating the flow of gases in pipes? I do this so seldom, and units are so hard to keep track of that I don't really trust my calculations.

Imagineer (Structural)
8 Mar 00 15:01

You might try looking for it in one of Mathcad's Extension packs. I know they have one specifically for steam. You will probably have to buy it direct from Mathcad. Their website is www.mathcad.com. You might also explore. I've found plenty of useful sheets available for free download there.

"Ensure accurate and consistent data quantifying the physical properties of steam and water by applying these steam table functions to all work in thermodynamics, fluid dynamics, heat transfer, compressible flow, properties of water, and more." - Mathcad's Steam Tables Extension pack literature.



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