With this collection of chapters written in a friendly style, you enjoy the essential benefits of instruction by a personal mentor who explains qwhyq and qhowq while teaching potentially dangerous lessons in physics and engineering design. Spared the embarrassment of painful mistakes, you gain practical knowledge from frank, colorful cases and learn to solve mechanical problems related to hydraulics, pipe flow, and industrial HVAC and utility systems. Whether you are an early-career and experienced engineer, you can make use of this source of organized solutions to the ubiquitous problems involving... Water and Steam Hammer Phenomena; Gravity Flow of Liquids in Pipes; Siphon Seals and Water Legs; Regulating Steam Pressure Drop; Industrial Risk Insurers' Fuel Gas Burner Piping Valve Train; Controlling Differential Air Pressure of a Room with Respect to its Surroundings; Water Chiller Decoupled Primary-Secondary Loops; Pressure Drop Calculations of Incompressible Fluid Flow in Piping and Ducts; Water Chillers in Turndown; Hydraulics Loops; Radiation Heat Transfer; Thermal Insulation.Use it for aquot;rough trimaquot; of the primary loop flow, to get the pump approximately on its design flow point [See also item (19)]. 1 1. Manual air vent (1/2 in pipe size.) A soft-seated 1/2 in bronze gate or globe valve is typical. 12. Isolation Valve (6 inanbsp;...
|Title||:||Mister Mech Mentor|
|Author||:||Jim Wingate, James A. Wingate|
|Publisher||:||American Society of Mechanical Engineers - 2005|