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ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations

ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations

ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations

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Has anybody had any experience using the iterative computations provided by ASME MFC-3M (2004) for orifice plate fluid flow? I can't make sense of Table 1A-1 on page 11 that explains the method. I was hoping somebody might be able to explain or even provide some examples of the calculations in Excel or similar?

RE: ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations


flow meter calcs are straight forward, what don't you understand

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Table 1A-1 on page 11 of ASME MFC-3M (2004).

RE: ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations


Part 1, pages 1-10 in ASME MFC-3M reaffirmed in 2017, provides the answer to your inquiry...

RE: ASME MFC-3M Iterative Computations

you might post your query in "Engineering spreadsheets" but your need to summarize the equations

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