Download Pipe/Line Sizing For Chemical Process Engineers

Pipe/Line Sizing For Chemical Process Engineers course by udemy download for chemical engineering mainly focused on pipeline sizing considering velocity and pressure dropcriteria. However, before directly getting into this, some background information is desired to be provided. Course was taught by Process Engineer working in oil and gas field to the group of bachelor and master students.

The main aspects discussed via the course are:

  • Fluid flow essentials
  • Shear stress
  • Primary parameters for fluid flow
  • Significance of average velocity in calculations
  • Viscosity
  • Fluid flow types
  • Flow regimes and Reynolds number
  • Difference between gas and liquid flow
  • Continuity equation for fluid flow
  • Calculation of density for gases
  • Standard vs actual flow rates
  • Determination of friction factor through a pipe
  • Line sizing performed on a real case problem

Course content

  • Section 1: Introduction
  • Lecture 1 Fluid Flow Essentials – The State of Matter
  • Lecture 2 Fluid Flow Essentials – Driving Force for Fluid Flow
  • Lecture 3 Fluid Flow Essentials – Shear Stress
  • Lecture 4 Fluid Flow Parameters – Flow Rate
  • Lecture 5 Fluid Flow Parameters – Average Velocity
  • Lecture 6 Fluid Flow Parameters – Viscosity
  • Lecture 7 Fluid Flow Parameters – Types of Viscosity
  • Lecture 8 Fluid Flow Types
  • Lecture 9 Flow Regimes and Reynolds Number
  • Lecture 10 Difference between Gas and Liquid Flow
  • Lecture 11 Continuity Equation for Gas and Liquid Flow
  • Lecture 12 Theory: Calculation of Density for Gases
  • Lecture 13 Practice: Calculation of Density for Gases – Part 1
  • Lecture 14 Practice: Calculation of Density for Gases – Part 2
  • Lecture 15 Theory: Standard vs Actual Flow Rates
  • Lecture 16 Practice: Standard vs Actual Flow Rates – Part 1
  • Lecture 17 Practice: Standard vs Actual Flow Rates – Part 2
  • Lecture 18 Determination of Friction Factor through a Pipe
  • Lecture 19 Pressure Drop Calculation for Gas Lines
  • Lecture 20 Pressure Drop Calculation for Liquid Lines
  • Lecture 21 Real Case Line Sizing: Problem Description
  • Lecture 22 Real Case Line Sizing: Determination of Erosional Velocity
  • Lecture 23 Performing Line Sizing

What will you learn in this course:

  • The difference between shear stress and pressure
  • Essential parameters of fluid flow (flow rate, velocity, pressure drop, etc.)
  • Average velocity importance and calculation
  • Calculation of gas density at different operating conditions
  • The difference between actual and standard flow rates based on the real gas considerations
  • How to determine friction factor through a pipe in a modern way
  • Pressure drop calculation via the pipe
  • How to calculate erosional-limit velocity for the pipeline
  • How to consider pressure drop criteria for line sizing
  • How to perform line sizing considering above points

Course details

  • Movie quality: MP4 | Video: h264, 1280 × 720
  • Audio quality: Audio: AAC, 44.1 KHz, 2 Ch
  • Movie duration: 2h 6m
  • Number of lessons:  23 lectures
  • Language of instruction: English
  • Compressed file size: 906 MB

 

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