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compute HGL for a simple linear pipe system

compute HGL for a simple linear pipe system

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I have been tasked to develop a worksheet to calculate HGL. My pipeline will be a single pipeline from a pressure tank and well to a water storage tank (maybe uphill or downhill from well). The pipeline may be designed with one reduction in pipe diameter (2" Sch40 to 1.5" Sch 40). Fluids is not may strong suit, so if someone can point me in the right direction to compute HGL for a simple linear pipe system in worksheet form, I would greatly appreciate it. Challenging topic for me since fluids coursework was many years ago.

RE: compute HGL for a simple linear pipe system

You're pretty unlikely to get a good response in this forum.  There's Civil/Environmental and Water Treatment forums that more directly apply.  You probably want to repost there.

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