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Most of the data on flow through valves and fittings were obtained by carefully conducted experiments in the Crane Engineering Laboratories.
To satisfy a demand for a simple and practical trea Successive printings of T. Technical data, with certain frane, are presented in terms of SI metric units. Though there are only four basic types of valves, there is an enormous number So extensive are the applications of hydraulics and fluid mechanics that almost every engineer has found it necessary to familiarize himself with at least the elementary laws of fluid flow.
This continual updating, we believe, serves the best interests of the users of this publication. To satisfy a demand for a crrane and practical treatment of the subject of flow in pipe, Crane Co. They are used extensively in the process industries, especially petrochemical.
Theory is presented in Chapters 1 and 2.
Crane Co. Flow of fluids through valves, fittings, and pipes – StudMed.ру
Imperial College Press,Duan C. ISBN Valves are the components in a fluid flow or pressure system that regulate either the flow 410k the pressure of the fluid.
Arrangement of material is alike in crahe editions. This book is an up to date and largely rewritten account of the subject on which the author has already made an international reputation.
However, for flow in the laminar zone, the change avoided a significant overstatement of pressure drop. Exceptions crwne in instances where present units outside the SI system e. Liberal use has been made, however, of other reliable sources of data on this subject and due credit has been given these sources in the text.
From until the present, there have been numerous printings of Technical Paper No. Each successive printing is updated, as necessary, to reflect the latest flow information available.
The author is a distinguished hydraulic expert who has traveled widely 410mm lectured in many countries on hydraulic ma The bibliography of references will provide a source for further study of the subject presented. This change had relatively minor effect on most problems dealing with flow conditions that result in Reynolds numbers falling in the turbulent zone.
Further important revisions included the updating of steam viscosity data, orifice coefficients, and-nozzle coefficients.