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My issue is the following:
I would like to know what is trying to say

Elevation change in pipephase software

I don't understand because I´ve got different elevations (height) some ascents and others descending repect a reference point (Zero)
Please help to understand this part of the pipephase.
see attach photo.

RE: Pipephase

You need to get some instruction before jumping into Pipephase without any knowledge of what you are doing.

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RE: Pipephase

Answer depends on fluid type:
- for total liquid you need input total elevation change beetwen start and finish
- for gas/vapor of two phase fluid you need break pipe to segments and input each segment separately

For long twisted pipes with gases/vapors or two phase fluid data input may take a long time.

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