|Complete List of Applications|
|On-Line Pump System Design||Draining Time for Vertical Tanks|
|This application determines the pump system design parameters (flow, discharge head, NPSH available, etc.) based on the system configuration. This information can then be printed out or submitted directly to a pump manufacturer for a quotation on a product that will meet this need.||Determination of the time it takes to drain a vertical tank including the resistance of the outlet piping. This program calculates the draining time between any two levels in a vessel with a flat, elliptical, or hemispherical bottom head.|
|On-Line Friction Piping Loss||On-line Compressible Flow Pressure Loss|
|Rigorous calculation of the pressure loss for flowing liquids, based on liquid properties, flow, and piping configuration (pipe length, fittings, and valves). Results can be printed out or "cut and paste" into other applications.||Rigorous calculation of the pressure loss for flowing gases, based on as properties, flow, and piping configuration (pipe length, fittings, and valves). Results can be printed out or "cut and paste" into other applications.|
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|On-Line Liquid Friction Loss for any Pipe Size||On-Line Gas Friction Loss for any Pipe Size|
|This application determines the pressure loss due to friction in any sized straight pipe or tube. This is useful when dealing with very small piping or tubing or for flow though small channels. This application is only applicable for straight pipes, and cannot accommodate losses due to fittings and valves (it does include inlet and outlet losses though). If standard sized piping is being used then the application above "On-Line Friction Piping Loss" should be used.||This application determines the compressible gas pressure loss due to friction in any sized straight pipe or tube. This is useful when dealing with very small piping or tubing or for flow though small channels. This application is only applicable for straight pipes, and cannot accommodate losses due to fittings and valves (it does include inlet and outlet losses though). If standard sized piping is being used then the application above "On-line Compressible Flow Pressure Loss " should be used.|
|Design of Self-Venting Piping||Open Channel Flow in Circular Pipe|
|How to size piping that is self-venting for vertical pipes, and side outlet applications.||Open channel flow in pipes based on Manning's Equation.|
|Gas Density Calculator||Determining Volumes in Partially Filled Vertical Vessels|
|Gas density and specific volume calculation based on system conditions and compressibility factor.||This application calculates the partial volumes of vertical vessels with Ellipsoidal, Hemispherical, Flat, or Conical heads|
|Properties of Solid Bodies||Properties of Welds Treated as Lines|
|Calculate properties like total volume and surface area of a variety of solid bodies like cylinders, cones, etc.||Calculate the Section Modulus and Polar Momnet of Inertia about Center of Gravity for welds treated as lines.|
|On-Line Heat Exchanger Sizing||On-Line On-Line Fan Calculations and Properties|
|Calculate the heat load of a liquid-liquid, gas-gas, liquid-gas, evaporator, or condenser application. This program also calculates the outlet temperature or process flowrate of one side of the exchanger. After you calculate your results, this program also allows you to submit them directly to heat exchanger vendors for quotation.||Use basic Fan Laws to calculate the capacity, pressure, and horsepower of equipment running at different speeds. Determine the density of air depending on barometirc pressure and temperature. Calculate the velocity pressure of your fans, and the round duct equivelent of a rectangular duct.|
|On-Line Duct Friction Loss and Velocity Pressure Calculation||Temperature Rise in Pumps|
|Calculate the Duct Friction Loss for any sized round of rectangular duct. The program accommodates any gas or vapor, thus it can be used for industrial applications handling like scrubbers as well as traditional commercial HVAC applications. As well as friction loss, this program also calculates the Velocity Pressure in the duct.
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|This application determines the temperature rise and heat load generated in a recirculating pumping system. This is useful in determining the heat-up of systems like DI and WFI when they are not used, but remain circulating, for a period of time.|
Heating and Cooling of Batch Tanks
This application will allow the user to calculate the time it takes to heat up and then cool a batch vessel or tank.
The heating methods supported are:
The program support a supports a variety of agitator and heating surface configurations. In addition to heating, cooling, and total cycles times, the cooling jacket or coil pressure drop and overall heat transfer coefficients for heating and cooling are calculated.
Determining Volumes in Partially Filled Horizontal and Vertical vessels
This application accomodates vessels with ASME, Torispherical, Ellipsoidal, Hemispherical, and Conical heads
Determining Wetted Surface Area of Partially Filled Horizontal Tanks
This is useful in many heat transfer applications for these types of vessels.
Packed Tower Operation
Calculation of pressure drop and percent flooding in randomly packed towers.
Pressure Relief Valve Sizing
Pressure relief valve sizing for vapors, liquids, two-phase flow, and flashing flow. This is useful in intial design of a process system, or in modification of existing system in conjunction with a PSM evalution of the facilty. Both process upset and fire case senarios supported.
Rupture Disk Sizing
Rupture disk sizing for vapors. This is useful in intial design of a process system, or in modification of existing system in conjunction with a PSM evalution of the facilty.
Control Valve Sizing
Restriction Orifice Sizing
Piping Operating and Design Pressure and Temperature Determination
Determination of the Operating and Design pressure and temperature values for a piping system based on the process conditions expected. This is very valuable in the early stages of a project in order to determine the correct piping specification for the processing application.
Determination of Sealing Flowrates in Flow in Horizontal Pipes
Determination the minimum flowrate in a horizontal pipe to keep it full of liquid.