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 A2 
Crane 
4.4 
Flow Coefficient C for Nozzles. 
Fig A20 
Crane 
4.4 
Flow Coefficient C for squareedged Orifices. 
Fig A20 
Crane 
4.5 
Net Expansion Factor Y for Compressible Flow Through Nozzles and Orifices. 
Fig A20 
Crane 
4.6 
Critical Pressure Ratio, r_{c} for Compressible Flow through Nozzles and Venturi Tubes. 
Fig A21 
Crane 
4.7 
Resistance in Pipe due to Sudden Enlargement and Contraction. 
Fig A26 
Crane 
4.8 
Resistance due to Pipe Entrance and Exit. 
Fig A26 
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. 
Perry 

4.11 
Properties of Steel Pipe. 
Table 6.6 
Perry 
4.11 
Roughness factors (expressed in feet) for Commercial Pipes. 
Fig A4 
Crane 
4.12 
Friction factor Chart. 
Fig 510 
McCabe & Smith 
4.13 
Friction factor Chart, N_{Re} Цf vs. f. 
Fig 511 
McCabe & Smith 
4.14 
Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of SingleStage Single and Doublesuction Centrifugal Pumps handling clear water at 85 F (Perry, Fig 610). 
Perry 

4.15 
Upper Limits of Specific Speeds of SingleSuction MixedFlow and AxialFlow Pumps (Perry, Fig 611). 
Perry 

4.16 
Approximate Relative Impeller Shapes and Efficiency Variations of Various Specific Speeds of Centrifugal Pumps (Perry, Fig 612). 
Perry 

4.17 
Typical Pump Suction and Discharge Piping Arrangements (Perry, Fig 613) 
Perry 

4.18 
Typical Selection Chart for Centrifugal Pumps (Perry, Fig 616) 
Fig 616 
Perry 
Crane
McCabe & Smith, Unit Operations in Chemical Engineering
Perry, Chemical Engineers' Handbook, 6^{th} Edition