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N1.85 graph

N1.85 graph

(OP)
Dear Members, i need free graphs forms to draw n1.85 graph.

if you could assess me in that i will be a pleasure.

RE: N1.85 graph

A "Google"search will net you several.

R/
Matt

RE: N1.85 graph

(OP)
really thank you, but i need curve with pressure up to 175 psi

RE: N1.85 graph

That simple just multiply be 2. 50 becomes 175 becomes 150 and so on.

RE: N1.85 graph

(OP)
many regards for your help, and thank you very much.

RE: N1.85 graph

I use that exact sheet but change the PSI values with correction tape and an ink pen!

If you need fire flow you can use the Q^0.54 equations if it won't fit on the graph.

RE: N1.85 graph

you did not like Chicopee

page 1of 1 post above??

RE: N1.85 graph

I liked his page 1 of.

His page 2 chart went to 50,000 psi. though.

R/
Matt

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