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Chemical engineering other topics FAQ Index

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Hydraulic calculations

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
How to do an orifice calculation   faq135-841 MortenA 14 Nov 03 4.3 / 24
 

Incompressible fluid flow

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
Friction losses for incompressible fluid flow in piping  faq135-1208 mbeychok 6 Jul 07 1.5 / 2
 

Vessel Design

FAQ Title Author Date Rating/#
What is design pressure and MAWP ?   faq135-133 Samiran 3 Oct 01 6.3 / 28
 

Hydraulic calculations

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Incompressible fluid flow

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6 Jul 07
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Vessel Design

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3 Oct 01
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6.3 / 28

 

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