# Tools & Sotfwares

Partial Pressure Calculator Partial Pressure Calculator Total Pressure (atm): Mole Fraction (0 to 1): Calculate Henry’s Law Calculator Henry’s Law Calculator Henry’s Law Constant (M/atm): Partial Pressure of Gas (atm): Calculate Concentration Introduction Understanding Partial Pressure In the realm of engineering, mastering the behavior of gases under various conditions is essential for designing systems that […]

Natural Gas Pipe Sizing Calculator Natural Gas Pipe Sizing Calculator Flow Rate (CFH): Pipe Length (feet): Inlet Pressure (psi): Outlet Pressure (psi): Specific Gravity of Gas: Calculate Pipe Size

Orifice Pressure Drop Calculator Orifice Pressure Drop Calculator Flow Rate (m³/s): Density (kg/m³): Pipe Diameter (meters): Orifice Diameter (meters): Calculate Pressure Drop Orifice pressure drop Equation To calculate the pressure drop across an orifice, we can use the simplified formula derived from the Bernoulli’s principle and the continuity equation. Here’s a basic method to […]

Choosing the right regulator for your needs involves closely reviewing its flow curve, typically available from the manufacturer. The term “flow curve” might seem a bit counterintuitive because the primary function of a regulator is to manage pressure rather than flow. It might be more aptly described as a “pressure curve.” This curve outlines the […]

What is refrigeration piping size chart? A refrigeration piping size chart is a tool used in HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems to guide technicians, engineers, and designers in selecting the appropriate pipe diameters for refrigerant lines based on various system parameters. This chart typically includes: System Capacity: Measured in BTU/hr (British Thermal Units […]

What is the Darcy-Weisbach equation The Darcy-Weisbach equation is a fundamental and widely used equation in fluid dynamics to calculate the pressure loss due to friction along a given length of pipe with a steady flow. The equation is given by: where: ΔP is the pressure drop due to friction (in pascals, Pa), f is […]

The Cv calculator is a tool that can be used to help select a valve with enough flow capacity for a given application . The valve flow coefficient (Cv) is a convenient way to represent flow capacity of a valve across a range of fluids and process parameters . The calculator can be used to calculate either Cv or flow using […]