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reciprocating compressor sizing tutorial

reciprocating compressor sizing tutorial

reciprocating compressor sizing tutorial

hi all,

could you please share to me a file about reciprocating sizing tutorial ? i am a junior engineer and i want to understand more about reciprocating compressor. is there any tutorial about sizing compressor using Ariel or Dresser Rand Software ? if any, could you please the tutorial ? :)

many thanks

RE: reciprocating compressor sizing tutorial

kloroform :

Have a look at GPSA Engineering Databook 12E Chapter 13 which should get your feet wet. You'll find the same chapter being referenced in the annual Compression Technology Sourcing Supplement from CTSSNET. After this, you may go through the Ariel application guidelines built into the software which will give you an idea what their equation basis is.


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