Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
  • Fluid Flow Excel Workbook
Originally published: 23/11/2017 15:56
Last version published: 27/11/2017 14:06
Publication number: ELQ-49545-2
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Fluid Flow Excel Workbook

Excel Workbook aligning with Chapter 4: 'Fluid Flow' in the textbook "Rules of Thumb for Chemical Engineers."

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Description
In this template you will find VBA function subroutines that solve friction factor, pressure drop problems, and Reynolds number for both incompressible and compressible flow. Using these functions, a range of problems are solved including two-phase flow problems.

Macros must be enabled for function subroutines to work.

This template accompanies Chapter 4 of Rules of Thumb for Engineers, 6th Edition by Stephen M Hall, PE. The templates are intended to solve problems outlined in the book, explain techniques for converting U.S. & SI units of measure, demonstrate data look up methods, and provide you with ready-to-use data sheets. The function subroutines can also be copied to other spreadsheets.

You can buy the textbook here:
https://www.amazon.com/Rules-Thumb-Chemical-Engineers-Sixth/dp/0128110376

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