Figures and Tables for Fluid Flow

No.

Description

No.

Author

4.1

Properties of Water.

   

4.2

Physical Properties of Air at 1 atm.

   

4.3

Kinematic Viscosity of fluids.

Fig A-2

Crane

4.4

Flow Coefficient C for Nozzles.

Fig A-20

Crane

4.4

Flow Coefficient C for square-edged Orifices.

Fig A-20

Crane

4.5

Net Expansion Factor Y for Compressible Flow Through Nozzles and Orifices.

Fig A-20

Crane

4.6

Critical Pressure Ratio, rc for Compressible Flow through Nozzles and Venturi Tubes.

Fig A-21

Crane

4.7

Resistance in Pipe due to Sudden Enlargement and Contraction.

Fig A-26

Crane

4.8

Resistance due to Pipe Entrance and Exit.

Fig A-26

Crane

4.9

Additional Frictional Loss for Turbulent Flow Through Fittings and Valves.

Table 5.14

Perry

4.10

Equivalent Length of Pipe Fittings and Valves.

Fig 6.5

Perry

4.11

Properties of Steel Pipe.

Table 6.6

Perry

4.11

Roughness factors (expressed in feet) for Commercial Pipes.

Fig A-4

Crane

4.12

Friction factor Chart.

Fig 5-10

McCabe  & Smith

4.13

Friction factor Chart, NRe Цf vs. f.

Fig 5-11

McCabe  & Smith

4.14

Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of Single-Stage Single- and Double-suction Centrifugal Pumps handling clear water at 85 F (Perry, Fig 6-10).

Fig 6-10

Perry

4.15

Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of Single-Suction Mixed-Flow and Axial-Flow Pumps (Perry, Fig 6-11).

Fig 6-11

Perry

4.16

Approximate Relative Impeller Shapes and Efficiency Variations of Various Specific Speeds of Centrifugal Pumps (Perry, Fig 6-12).

Fig 6-12

Perry

4.17

Typical Pump Suction and Discharge Piping Arrangements (Perry, Fig 6-13)

Fig 6-13

Perry

4.18

Typical Selection Chart for Centrifugal Pumps (Perry, Fig 6-16)

Fig 6-16

Perry

       

Crane

McCabe & Smith, Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering

Perry, Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 6th Edition