Flow of fluids through piping systems , valves and pumps . Understand the main physical properties of fluids (viscosity, vapor pressure, specific gravity, weight density…) Understand the theory of flow in pipe : Laminar vs Turbulent flow . Use the Bernoulli Theorem for pressure drop, head loss or flow velocity assessment . Learn how to calculate the pressure drop “dP” and the head loss “hL” through any piping system . Understand concepts of cavitation and choking in control valves through graphics and 3D animations . Use differential pressure meters such as Orifice Plates, Flow Nozzles and Venturi Meters to calculate flow of compressible and incompressible fluids .

What you’ll learn in Flow of fluids with piping systems, shutoffs and also pumps

  1. Comprehend the main physical residential or commercial properties of liquids (viscosity, vapor pressure, details gravity, weight density …)
  2. Recognize the theory of circulation in pipeline: Laminar vs Unstable flow
  3. Understand and also learn exactly how to utilize the Bernoulli Theory for stress decline, head loss or flow speed assessment
  4. Discover how to determine the stress decrease “dP” as well as the head loss “hL” via any piping system
  5. Find out just how to determine the rubbing element “f” of any piping system
  6. Discover just how to compute the circulation of compressible as well as incompressible liquids in pipe
  7. Discover just how to determine the resistance coefficient “K” of any kind of piping element (pipes, shutoffs, bends, reducers, Tees, Wyes …)
  8. Discover what the flow coefficient “Cv” of a control valve suggests as well as how to use it in analyzing flows as well as pressure goes down
  9. Know what a control valve is and its primary elements
  10. Understand the theory of regulating flow with control valves
  11. Recognize the concepts of cavitation and also choking in control shutoffs via graphics and 3D computer animations
  12. Find out exactly how to size and select a control valve when making and also operating any piping system for both gases and also fluids
  13. Understand the concept of circulation dimension using differential pressure meters such as Orifice Plates, Circulation Nozzles as well as Venturi Meters
  14. Learn how to compute the circulation of compressible as well as incompressible liquids with Orifice Plates, Circulation Nozzles and also Venturi Meters
  15. Learn how to size and pick a flow meter when designing as well as running any kind of piping system for both gases and liquids

Description

Beloved students,
One of the most diverse substances are delivered as well as dispersed in piping systems every single day. They include aggressive liquids in the chemical sector, hydrocarbons in petrochemistry or steam for power transmission.
Chemical designers that are designing these piping systems and specifying connected equipment like valves, pumps as well as circulation meters most likely deal with a lot more fluid circulation issues than any kind of various other. Pressure decline estimations assist the engineer dimension pipelines and air ducts, establish performance Requirements for pumps and fans, as well as specify control valves and also circulation meters. And although the underlying theory is instead easy, its useful application can be confusing as a result of the empirical nature of vital relationships, multiple methods for revealing specifications, numerous variable inputs, and different units of dimension.

Made around a series of sensible examples which we resolve to an option, this one-of-a-kind training course is a vital guide to understanding the flow of fluids through pipeline, valves and installations. This understanding is a prerequisite for an effective design & & remarkable operation of your plant and also piping system.

The training course features 5 major products:
1- An in-depth info on physical homes of liquids (weight density, certain gravity, thickness, vapor pressure …) as well as just how to determine them using Circulation of Fluids Excel Workbook *
2- An extensive info on compressible and incompressible fluid flow via piping systems, valves, pumps & & circulation meter gadgets (Orifice plates, Circulation Nozzles & & Venturi Meters) as well as just how to calculate them utilizing Circulation of Fluids Excel Workbook *

4- A comprehensive discussion on cavitation as well as choking in control shutoffs
5- A circulation trouble area with 25 concrete examples to assist you exercise and enhance your understanding

Several photos, equations, graphs, 3D computer animations and resolved circulation issues can be found throughout, raising the value of this training course as an educational device as well as commercial reference for personnel associated with the liquid managing sectors.

So without more ado, have a look at the totally free preview videos as well as the curriculum of the course and we eagerly anticipate seeing you in the first area.
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* The Circulation of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT consisted of in this training course and is offered independently. If you want this product, it is likewise available on Udemy too yet as a personal course material. So you require first to request it from us through Udemy inbox or with the Q&An area as well as we’ll send you an exclusive web link to download and install the documents.

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VITAL KEEP IN MIND: ABOUT FLOW OF FLUIDS EXCEL WORKBOOK *
To accompany this training course as well as help you evaluate flow of fluids, determine stress drops, dimension pipelines, control valves as well as flow meter gadgets, WR Training has established an Excel VBA based design device: Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook *.

Circulation of Fluids Excel Workbook * simulates the operation of little piping systems delivering fluids as well as industrial gases under a variety of operating conditions.
Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook * is based on sector identified principles as well as criteria from ASME, HI, IEC, AWWA, ISA, and also ANSI …

Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook * offers formulas and information for:
1. Physical residential or commercial properties resolution for a selection of fluids (particular gravity, viscosity, vapor stress …)
2. Pressure decrease as well as head loss computations with pipes, installations and valves

4. Sizing piping systems for incompressible and compressible fluids
5. Circulation resistance coefficients estimations for pipes, fittings and shutoffs
6. Circulation calculations for incompressible and compressible fluids through flow meters (Orifice Plates, Nozzles and Venturi meters)

8. Converting variables and also process parameters to a numerious different systems of dimension

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT consisted of in this training course and also is marketed separately. If you want this item, it is likewise readily available on Udemy as well but as a private program material. So you require initially to request it from us with Udemy inbox or through the Q&An area and we’ll send you a private web link to download the data.


CIRCULATION OF FLUIDS EXCEL WORKBOOK *: TABLE OF MATERIAL
An Excel VBA based engineering device by WR Training

* The Flow of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this training course as well as is offered independently. If you have an interest in this item, it is likewise offered on Udemy also yet as a personal program product. So you need initially to request it from us via Udemy inbox or via the Q&A section and also we’ll send you an exclusive web link to download and install the documents.

A. PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF LIQUID
1 CHARACTERISTICS OF WATER AND ALSO STEAM
a. SATURATION PROPERTIES WITH TEMPERATURE
b. SATURATION RESIDENCES WITH STRESS
c. residences GIVEN STRESS AND ALSO TEMPERATURE LEVEL
d. features GIVEN PRESSURE AS WELL AS ENTHALPY

3 KINEMATIC THICKNESS
4 WEIGHT DENSITY OF LIQUIDS
a. solution 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
5 PARTICULAR GRAVITY OF LIQUIDS
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
6 SPECIFIC GRAVITY – DEG API
7 CERTAIN GRAVITY – DEG BEAUME
8 SPECIFIC QUANTITY

10 WEIGHT THICKNESS OF REAL GASES
11 GAS COMPRESSIBILITY FACTOR
12 SPECIFIC GRAVITY OF GASES
13 HOT FACTOR PURE COMPONENT
14 VAPOR PRESSURE: PURE COMPONENT
15 VAPOR PRESSURE: MIXTURE

B. NATURE OF FLOW IN PIPELINE
1 PRICE OF CIRCULATION AT FLOWING PROBLEM

b. FORMULA 2
2 PRICE OF FLOW (gpm)
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
3 MEAN SPEED OF CIRCULATION IN PIPELINE
a. solution 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
4 REYNOLDS NUMBER
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3

e. FORMULA 5
f. FORMULA 6
g. FORMULA 7

C. BERNOULLI’S THESIS
1 TOTAL HEAD OR FLUID ENERGY
2 LOSS OF FIXED PRESSURE HEAD (hL) BECAUSE OF FLUID CIRCULATION

D. HEAD LOSS, STRESS DECREASES AND ALSO FRICTION ASPECT VIA PIPELINE
1 LOSS OF FIXED PRESSURE HEAD

b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
d. FORMULA 4
e. FORMULA 5
f. FORMULA 6
2 PIPE STRESS DECREASE
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
d. FORMULA 4
e. FORMULA 5
f. FORMULA 6
g. FORMULA 7
3 PRESSURE DECREASE FOR LAMINAR FLOW AS REPORTED BY POISEUILLE’S LAW

5 RUBBING ASPECT FOR LAMINAR FLOW
6 RUBBING FACTOR FOR ROUGH CIRCULATION
a. COLEBROOK EQUATION
b. SERGHIDE EQUATION
c. SWAMEE-JAIN FORMULA

E. GAS ESTIMATIONS
1 EXCELLENT GAS LAW
a. DETERMINING THE NUMBER OF MOLES OF An IDEAL GAS

c. identifying THE TEMPERATURE LEVEL OF A PERFECT GAS
d. establishing THE VOLUME OF An IDEAL GAS
2 NON-IDEAL GAS LAW
a. ESTABLISHING THE NUMBER OF MOLES OF A NON-IDEAL GAS
b. figuring out THE PRESSURE OF A NON-IDEAL GAS
c. establishing THE TEMPERATURE LEVEL OF A NON-IDEAL GAS

3 REQUIREMENT ◄ ► ACTUAL GAS CIRCULATION

F. COMPRESSIBLE CIRCULATION IN STRAIGHT HORIZONTAL PIPE
1 COMPLETE ISOTHERMAL FORMULA

G. GAS PIPES: MASS CIRCULATION RATE EQUATION

H. HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES: STANDARD VOLUMETRIC FLOW RATE EQUATIONS

2 WEYMOUTH STANDARD VOLUMETRIC CIRCULATION RATE FORMULA FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN TOTALLY UNSTABLE CIRCULATION
3 PANHANDLE “A” REQUIREMENT VOLUMETRIC CIRCULATION RATE EQUATION FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN PARTLY UNSTABLE CIRCULATION
4 PANHANDLE “B” CRITERION VOLUMETRIC FLOW PRICE EQUATION FOR SIZING HORIZONTAL GAS PIPELINES IN COMPLETELY UNSTABLE FLOW

I. ELEVATED GAS PIPES: CRITERION VOLUMETRIC CIRCULATION RATE FORMULA

J. FLUID CIRCULATION VIA ORIFICES

K. LIQUID FLOW THROUGH ISA 1932 NOZZLES

L. FLUID FLOW THROUGH LONG RADIUS NOZZLES

M. LIQUID CIRCULATION THROUGH VENTURI NOZZLES

N. LIQUID CIRCULATION THROUGH VENTURI METERS

O. GAS CIRCULATION WITH ORIFICES

P. GAS CIRCULATION THROUGH ISA 1932 NOZZLES

Q. GAS CIRCULATION VIA LONG RADIUS NOZZLES

R. GAS CIRCULATION THROUGH VENTURI NOZZLES

S. GAS FLOW THROUGH VENTURI METERS

T. RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT FOR PIPES, SHUTOFFS AS WELL AS FITTINGS
1 TIGHTENING
2 AUGMENTATION
3 GATE SHUTOFFS
4 WORLD AND ALSO ANGLE VALVES
5 SWING CHECK SHUTOFFS
6 LIFT INSPECT VALVES
7 TILTING DISC CHECK VALVES
8 QUITS EXAMINE SHUTOFFS
9 FOOT VALVES WITH STRAINER

11 BUTTERFLY VALVES
12 DIAPHRAGM VALVES
13 PLUG SHUTOFFS
14 MITRE BENDS
15 90 ° PIPELINE BEND AND FLANGED OR BW 90 ° ELBOW JOINTS
16 MULTIPLE 90 ° PIPE FLEXES
17 CLOSE PATTERN RETURN BENDS
18 CONVENTIONAL ARM JOINTS
19 PIPE ENTRY
20 PIPELINE DEPARTURE

22 TEES AS WELL AS WYES – DEVIATING CIRCULATION
23 ORIFICES, NOZZLES AND ALSO VENTURIS

U. HEAD LOSS AS WELL AS STRESS DROP WITH SHUTOFFS AND INSTALLATIONS
1 LOSS OF FIXED PRESSURE HEAD
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
2 PIPE STRESS DECLINE

b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3

V. FLOW OF FLUIDS WITH VALVES, FITTINGS AND ALSO PIPE
1 FLUID FLOW VIA A SHUTOFF, FITTINGS AND ALSO PIPELINE
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
d. FORMULA 4
e. FORMULA 5
f. FORMULA 6

2 GAS FLOW THROUGH A SHUTOFF; FITTINGS AND PIPELINE
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
c. FORMULA 3
3 SHUTOFF FLOW COEFFICIENT “Cv”
a. FORMULA 1
b. FORMULA 2
4 VALVE RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT “K”

W. CALCULATIONS FOR CENTRIFUGAL PUMP

a. HEAD FORMULA
b. PUMP IN SUCTION HEAD
c. PUMP IN SUCTION LIFT
2 PUMP DISCHARGE STRESS
3 WEB POSITIVE SUCTION HEAD REQUIRED
4 NET POSITIVE SUCTION HEAD AVAILABLE
5 COMPLETE VIBRANT HEAD
6 SUCTION SPECIFIC SPEED (Nss)
7 SPECIFIC RATE (Ns)

X. PUMP AFFINITY LAWS
1 IMPACT OF SPEED ON FLOW
2 IMPACT OF RATE ON HEAD
3 INFLUENCE OF RATE ON BHP
4 EFFECT OF IMPELLER SIZE ON FLOW
5 IMPACT OF IMPELLER DIAMETER ON HEAD
6 IMPACT OF IMPELLER SIZE ON BHP
7 PUMP BRAKE HORSPOWER


Y. CIRCULATION OF WATER THROUGH TIMETABLE 40 STEEL PIPELINE
1 COMPUTATIONS FOR PIPELINE BESIDES ROUTINE 40

Z. CIRCULATION OF AIR THROUGH TIMETABLE 40 STEEL PIPE
1 COMPUTATIONS FOR PIPELINE OTHER THAN SCHEDULE 40
2 ESTIMATIONS FOR VARIOUS OTHER SET OF TEMPERATURE AND ALSO PRESSURE


ZZ. CONVERSION TABLES
1 LENGTH
2 LOCATION
3 VOLUME
4 VELOCITY
5 MASS
6 MASS FLOW PRICE
7 VOLUMETRIC CIRCULATION RATE
8 REQUIRE
9 PRESSURE AND ALSO LIQUID HEAD
10 ENERGY, WORK AND WARM
11 POWER
12 WEIGHT DENSITY
13 TEMPERATURE LEVEL

15 KINEMATIC THICKNESS

* The Circulation of Fluids Excel Workbook is NOT included in this program and also is offered separately. If you want this item, it is additionally available on Udemy too but as a personal program product. So you require first to request it from us via Udemy inbox or through the Q&An area as well as we’ll send you an exclusive link to download and install the data.

Who this course is for:

  • Chemical, Process, Petroleum Engineers
  • Design Engineers
  • Piping Engineers
  • Plant Engineers
  • Facility Managers
  • Maintenance Technicians
  • Mechanics
  • Plant Operators
  • Safety Engineers
  • Recent College Graduates
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Updated and Published:03 Mar,2022
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