Answer to Question #99583 in Chemical Engineering for Essa

Question #99583
Your boss wants to see the pressure drop between two
sections in a horizontal tube located a distance L apart. The
pressure drop is assumed to be a function of the various
parameters. You have to do experimentations in the laboratory to
analyse the empirical formula that can be used to describe the
derived relationship in part-a. You have to flow the water at 100
L/s in a 100-mm-diameter steel pipe at room temperature and
observe the subsequent data points. You have relaxation that
during experiment, viscous effects can be considered negligible
and roughness height to the pipe diameter was considered constant. Utilise the measured
data to derive an empirical relationship that can be used to estimate the pressure drop for
any fluid flowing in any pipe that has the same ratio of roughness height to pipe diameter
as the steel pipe used in the experiments, provided viscous effects are negligible.
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2019-11-28T06:43:54-0500
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