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The heat exchanger design pressure is 5 bar a, and the total heat in dry saturated steam at this pressure is 2 748.65 kJ/kg (from the steam table). The total heat in the 10 bar steam (due to its 'wetness'), is less than the total heat in saturated steam at 5 bar, and so the lower pressure steam will not contain enough heat to be totally dry.
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Get PriceStored Energy Calculation. The stored energy for the pneumatic test may be calculated using the method provided in PCC-2, Part 5, Article 5.1 Mandatory Appendix II: If the calculated E is > 1677 kJ, the pneumatic test procedure must be developed and approved by a professional engineer. The procedure must be accepted by Technical Safety BC.
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Get PricePneumatic testing is used where hydrostatic testing cannot be used e.g. when residual water can damage the piping system. Pneumatic testing decision system must be in place for an engineering firm. Pneumatic Testing as per ASME B31.3 ASME B31.3 section 345.5 specifies requirements of pneumatic testing. 345.5.1 Precautions. Pneumatic testing involves the hazard of released energy […]
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Get Price31-07-2014· This calculation can end up with a very large number. For example, if you were testing 100 miles [161 km] of 36-inch [914.4 mm] Schedule 40 pipeline to 900 psig [6.2 MPA] at sea level (14.7 psia [101.35 kPa]) with compressed air, the volume of the system would be 3.428x106 ft3 [9.706x104 m3].
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Get PriceFrom David Mills 'Pneumatic conveying system design guide' the solid loading ratio (ɸ) is 0.5. Therefore, ṁ = ρ × A × v = 8000 Kg/hr = 2.2 Kg/s Were ρ is the density of the mixture, A is the area of cross-section of the pipe and v is the velocity of discharge.
Get PriceStored Energy Calculation. The stored energy for the pneumatic test may be calculated using the method provided in PCC-2, Part 5, Article 5.1 Mandatory Appendix II: If the calculated E is > 1677 kJ, the pneumatic test procedure must be developed and approved by a professional engineer. The procedure must be accepted by Technical Safety BC.
Get PriceThe heat exchanger design pressure is 5 bar a, and the total heat in dry saturated steam at this pressure is 2 748.65 kJ/kg (from the steam table). The total heat in the 10 bar steam (due to its 'wetness'), is less than the total heat in saturated steam at 5 bar, and so the lower pressure steam will not contain enough heat to be totally dry.
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