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Unformatted text preview: THROUGH VAtvss, rtrrinos, map we § By the Engineering Department 531986 — Crane CO. All rights reserved. This publication is fully protected by copyright and nothing that appears in it may be reproduced, either wholly or in part, without special permission. Crane Co. specifically excludes warranties, express or implied. as to the accuracy of the data and other information set [‘0th in this publication and does not assume liability for any losses or damage resulting from the use of the materials or application of the data discussed in this publication. CRANE CO. 757 Third Avenue New York, NY 10017 Technical Paper No. 410 smnfifjdfgfl PR1NTEDINU.S.A. (Twenty Third Printing—1986) A - APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF VALVES. FITTINGS, AND PiFE 0 ————-—Cd =x/T——r3-* Example: The flow coeffi- cient C for a diameter ratio ,6 of 0.00 at 51 Reynolds number of 20,000 (1 x :0“) equals 1.03. CRAN Flow Coefficient C for Nozzles" 8“ $3 \“_ L N i. '2 4551M 2 ISEID’ 2 451m: B.- - Reynuéds Number based on (12 Fiow Coefficient C for Square-Edge Orificesg‘” C' 1.3 3-1 :5 810 20 40 59 80 ID? 2 R.- — Reynolds Number based on d2 11‘.‘ — Reynolris Number based an (1'; Ratin ui Nozzle Diarneiar 10 Pipe Diameter Raiia or Orifice Diameter in Pipe Uiameier CRANE Friction Factors for Any Type of Commercial Pipe13 APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AH-DJFLOW CHARACTERISUCS OF VALVES, FITTINGS, AND PIPE A-24 |.| ll. l «Ill. III lull. I i [III E E El. E E E E E E .owod Emswu A: .053 :2qu 2.: HELP good .000630 Bow. .mnEsc mEocxmmmum Ad: bfosmafi m." QT< umma mmmv mmmczmsoh 3.532 2:! “Comusflow :0... E8 5:79 .3 5qu £052: or? uEELBuD "$530.5 .N.m ammo. mu. Seauahuy or 2: .0 .EB... .550 .EL .1 H In... 0:5 53:52 mgoimm m 58.62:. __.. , 32:... N “2.: all III III mflfl .. was = Ell—=5 $2. "I E. null—Eu— "! m ._ .u .=... . a... II“ n .. nun _ u: _. A1 . l .r as. I... mi flZV gs . I... IIWZ-Ei-nu-IIIIIn-III SS. . .. 2 .. ‘ . Illa”. anal-u- l'lu-I I S: huh/n..- mm. “DEV m n Ngf a q u 4: magma. an. ,. _ . ‘ _. _ ‘ . . ; . Hill liuu 12E Egg é. . ES! '51.. 555 S . ms. I .Hul S. S. 3. ‘ g. .. . . , final-Illllllzmmnn unnlll unln-unIIII-E 2952:.“sz . Ill-IIII*l-=l nan-I335... III—I me. Ill... mzou 53233 fin“...- mmmflflnu-lllllnn! Ill-IIIIIIIE-III III-I'll II-I-IIIII-IIE 3 1c .umquz_ 7: zmhmEEn x .0mm....E Z. 5.50.53 a sum .5. meSS :0; C2: “5 mugs; C RA N E APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND FLOW CHARACTERISTICS or VALVES, FITTINGS. AND PIPE A-23 Relative Roughness of Pipe Materials and Friction Factors For Complete 'fI.Irl-.Iu|<=.-ncelB Pipe Diameter, in Feet MD .'1 .2 .3 0.5.0 01 2 3 4 7-. ‘. E E i ., === W .I I I III I III lie I . III E: III .05 l .04 I .035 .03 .025 ‘59. .0: “.5 I . in l .02 El; g .010 “g; g . .015 I3 .5 33 E 2 e I e .‘I .014 8 .. -. I III E \‘l Ii 4 Up I E“ II - L V- -- na; -- III . ms- =-== * "NE-I M - .33.! 009 .008 ' --.-llllun. £33832 ---IIIIIIIIIITL' -- ' l 2 3 ii 5 E 8 10 20 30 40 5050 80100 200 300 Pipe Diameter, in Inches —u‘ Dam cur-dam {mm 1.}...u-Lm Problem: Determine absoiute and relative roughness, and friction rac- Facmrs for Pipe New by I-.F. tor, for fully turbulent flow in Io—I'nch cast iron pipe (LD. : I0.Ib”). Nioody, with permission of the . . yum-Sher. The Amcrimn 5w; Solutlon: Absoiute roughness (e) = oooon. . . _ .RelatIve roughness any of Mcchanicai linginccrs. (e, D) : 0.0m . . . . .Friction factor at fully turbulent How (1') z omqb. A — 26 APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND now CHARAcrEnisrscs or VALVES, FlTTiNGS, AND PIPE c R A N E "K" FACTOR TABLE—SHEET 1 of 4 Representative Resistance Coefficients (K) for Valves and Fiflings (“K" is based on use of schedule pipe as lislecl on page 2-10} PiPE FRICTION DATA FOR CLEAN COMMERCIAL STEEL PIPE WITH FLOW IN ZONE OF COMPLETE TURBULENCE ___ Friction ’ Fatwa) 02‘ ‘0“? W Hung-v4""“""C‘Y'H‘WHM6W‘2nmthmmmmwaafidézan.‘74"'<;:.t'::""“‘t:':1w'=?7t'?'1=miifi?='fiflwEINIF‘GRY 2% V wmw-wwwnmrmw-cmmeme-mmmmzwmmxmm FORMULAS FOR CALCULATING “K” FACTORS' FOR VALVES AND FITTINGS WITH REDUCED PORT (Ref: Pages 2-“ and 3%) 9 Formula I I Furmulu 6 . 0 ,, ,. O‘Bémah _ '8') K] Kg = 1:: + Formula 1 + Formula 4 1‘” = E ’9 f' - 0 '1 a n {\2-l-O.§\/51n~(l — Bv)+(1_ fi~)- a Farmqu 2 K2 : 1 n . a B4 K _o.5 (1Hfi) smug—{ii - l3“ r8.i a Formula 7 a Formula 3 [<2 : {6:41 + 5 (Formula 1 + Formula 4) when 6': 180° 2.6(sgni)(: m 132)? I, . K _ 1 _ :1 ., n n 34 ~54 , K1+B[0-5(I_fl‘)+(I—fi”)“] [\2 = ‘64 Formula 4 K" 2 (I - WM E: W, WWW,MW “ 6‘ ‘ 18* '“ d1 0 Formula 5 6 E d7 A '3 Ede—1 2 9.}. In a E -|- Formula 1 4» Formula 3 ‘8 c dn 2 (12 H 'I Suldjscrifig 1 define:1 difmensions , , n ,I n 3 an cue cients wit t _ 1k1 4' 5m";[0-8 (1 ~ 13“) + 1-5 (I "“ 18')‘] ' the smaller diameter? Hence 0 [Kg : I; Subscript 2 refers to the larger 5 diameter. ' Use “K” furnished by valve or fitting supplier when available. SUDDEN AND GRADUAL CONTRACTION SUDDEN AND GRADUAL ENLARGEMENT if § E if: B E 45° . . . . . . . ..1’<'g : Formula 1 If: B 2 45° . . . . . . . ..K: = Formula 3 45° < B 2 180°. . .Kg 5 Formula 1 45° < 0 2 180°. . .1<2 = Formula 4 C R A N E APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES or FLUIDS AND now CHARACTERISTICS OF VALVES, FITTINGS. AND PIPE A _ 27 "K" FACTOR TABLE—SHEET 2 of 4 Representative Resistance Coefficients (K) for Valves and Fittings (For formulas and friction data, see page 44-26} {"K” is based on use of schedule pipe as lisien‘ on page 2-10) GATE VALVES Wedge Disc, Double Disc, or Plug Type SWING CHECK VALVES ii“ K = 100]} K = 30f? i! ivlininium pipe velocity Minimum pipe velocity if: ,9 = i, a : o . . . . . . . . . . . _ .1le e 8]}. UPS) for full gage lift (fps) for lull clisc am 6 < 1 and i9 2 45° . i . . . . . ..Kg : Formula 5 z 35 VV m 60 Vij‘except m mmamcufimanv --A~:..vaiw:...~_aimmmM-«uAmimmyan-MW...” mmmm [3 < I and 45‘: < 9 2 180°. . ‘l\:2 = Formula (3 U/L “grind x 100 \/\7 Sfli‘anhgzmmmfiw pariiuuiw‘a'mawwnm 1nd=muck-y4:vnwvwwnnwmi-‘CnlmhkWNW: k‘eOMW‘kwEEM’VF. m)imwmswnmwaqum-u-w-nwmwWW.»--,audaww‘ru-r,.,__w_m.m,=.:i. “Hm-wu- - Li LIFT CHECK VALVES GLOBE AND ANGLE VALVES ll: 46:1...K1 = UODfT {3 < I. . 1% = Formula 7 <Ll.m='9im Ame-AWL'Wumwwmv-mr‘Imle.W-npmwazh-waanu. A Minimum pipe veiocicy (fps) for full disc lift a; i. i i if: But...[{1a§5T 5 ,8 < I. . .Kg = Formula 7 H B : 1 IN : 53 IT Minimum pipe velocity (lpslior full clisc lift = 14.0 {33 V‘? g gwmnewwemrmNew...“iwwmwnwxwwWWWWWH..,.,.,.~...,~,-Wm.WW.“ 4 . g: TILTING DISC CHECK VALVES i i Sizes 1 to S”. . .K = Sizes io to 14,”. . ‘K 2 Sizes 16 to 48”. . .K = Minimum pipe velocity (fps) [or full disc lift = If: fiml...[<i=55fT All globe and angle valves, whether reduced seat or throttled, lf: ,3 < i. ‘ .[{g = Formula 7 A- 28 APPENDIX A—PH‘LSICAL FRDPERTIES or FLUIDS AND FLOW CHARAETERISTICS 0F VALVES, FITTINGS, AND PIPE C RA N E "K" FACTOR TABLE-"SHEET 3 of 4 Represenlaiive Resisiance Coefficients (K) for Valves and Fiiiings (for formulas and friction daiu, see page A-26l (“14" is based on use of scheduled pipe as lisfed' on page 2-10} STOP-CHECK VALVES (Globe and Angie Types) FOOT VALVES WITH STRAINER Poppet Disc Hinged Disc If: If: ,8:i...l{l=4oofT fiat...1<1:zoofgw fi<1..:K2=Formula 7 6< I...Kg =Formula 7 Minimum pipe velocity Minimum pipe velocity for full disc lift for full disc lift :5552‘/\_/_ =75r3"-VV (fps) for full di_SC lift (fps) for full iii—so lift : 15 : an...“ M..Mmmmx;Ww:*wKW—fi mummmngau- E g i i E Minimum pipe velocity Minimum pipe velocity % i i £310.24)MLUJAitkttnyns-AaImlW:m‘u‘mmmmmmmmw|wmmtlmuwsmm¢mlwwfl BA LL VALVES If: fi=1,6=o . . . . . . . . . . . . ..K1=3j}~ Minimum pipe velocity (fps) for ftili clisc lift ,6 < 1 and 9 2 45° . . . . . . . . .14; = Formula 5 z 60 E V?— B < I and 45° < B 2 180°. . .]<2 = Formula o M W. 5 i E BUTTERFLY VALVES i a may. If: If: 6:1...1<1=55f2~ 5*1---K1=5)‘fa" (- B< I...K2=Formula7 B< i...l£g=i:ormu§a7 g E A I 3 Sizes 1to 8”...K=45fg- Minimum pipe veloc1ty (fps) for full disc lift 2 Sizes E0 to 141:. t _K : 35 j-T = 540 52¢);— i Sizes 16 to 14”...Jl<==2§ff C R A N E APPENDIX A—PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF FLUIDS AND FLOW CHARACTERISTICS OF VALVES, FITTINGS, AND PIPE A - 29 "K" FACTOR TABLE— SHEET 4 of 4 Representuiive Resistance Coefficienis (K) for Valves and Fittings {for formqus and Friction dam, see page A-Zé} (“K“ is based on use of schedufe pipe as IisIed on page 2-10) PLUG VALVES AND COCKS SIraighf-Way 3—Way STANDARD ELBOWS 90° 45° K:3ofq~ K=16fT 3 3 3 I I I E E E I If: fi=:, If: [3:1, II: (3:, [(1:18f-r K1=jofr I<1=CJUfT STANDARD TEES If: fi<[...l(2=FormuIa(j ‘ www.mmflm-WmmmmMm—M wmm mews-MMsz 3:1 M wewwemmmww bfivbwpammmx-znmx; .mwrgmxw:wwwchwtmhmflwwmmwmi MITRE BENDS Flow chm run . . . . . . .K = 10 f'r Flow Lhru bl‘ancI’L . . .K = be fr mum-mumWmnwnm—t—mnmahe.My.‘k-vmmtixum=fiflsinhmmupprmmlm ewe-mm, "Maw-2‘73fifllh‘rkvimww‘fiflfiw menu» wflmvwmm‘mnmwmflwnum I mwmfiyrza mamsm-a. mums-,2; 90° PIPE BENDS AND FLANGED 0R BUTT-WELDING 90° ELBOWS PIPE ENTRANCE IflWGrd Proiecting The resistance coefficient, Kg, for pipe bends other *SI‘Iurp-edged than 90° may be determined as follows: K = 0-78 For K, see tabIe mmmwsww.W-m‘nmwmmmmgmmummamwgmwmmmmwm Kg = (n— 1) (0.15 wa-é-e-o.5 K) + K LlLWWWWWImuammmmmimmwwmmgmm n = number ol‘ 90” bends K = resistance coefficient for one 90" bend (per table) I, c, A A. PIPE EXIT =,mummmmwmm.mm;wmsmsmmmscmwmwmmmmmficgamma“m. Projecting Sharp-Edged Rounded CLOSE PATTERN RETURN BENDS 7_ WWWW f<= 50]}. 8 ~ 14 APPENDIX 8— ENGINEERING DATA C RA N E Flow of Water Through Schedule 40 Steel Pipe Pressure Dro er 100 feet and Veloeit in Schedule 40 Pipe for Water at 60 F. D_ h pp 7 ISC ar e """‘“" g Veloc- [3655. chloc- PDress. Veloc- 1:51:55. Veloc- £31155. Veloe- £31155. Veioe- [3155. Veloc- P6355. Vciue- 13-255. mmmm _________n ity rap ity rep ity rap ity rop ity rop ity rap ity mp ity rap Gullum Cubic Ft. Feet Lbs. Feet LIES. Feel. Lbs. FeeL Lbs. Feet. Lbs. Feet Lbs. Feel. Lbs. Feet Lbs. per _Pcr per per 1 per 131::- per per per per per par par per _ per per .per per Minuu: 500000 Second Sq. ln.éSeeund 51.1. In. Second Sq. In. Second Sq. in 33131201112 Sq. in. Second Sq. ln.EScennc{ Sq. in. beeuntl SL1. In. ‘ ____ """'k“ _ _ ........ .1 . 7 7 7. i':”"' ,7 2.221, .. ,2. 1 77, 44W— E 1/877 I] a/BII 1/277 .2 0.000440 1.13 1.00 0.010 0.359 ,, .3 1 0.000008 1.59 4.22 0.924 0.903 0.504 0.159 0.317 0.001 3A .4 0.000891 2.20 0.98 1.23 1.51 0.072 0.345 0.422 0.080 .5 i 0.00111 2.82 10.5 1.54 2.39 0.840 0.539 0.528 0.157 0.301 0.03:1 .0 0.00134 3.39 14.7 1.85 3.29 1.01 0.751 0.033 0.240 0.301 0.041 ,, 1 fl .8 0.00178 4.52 25.0 2.40 5.44 1.34 1.25 0.844 0.40310.-§81 0.102 1 1A i l 0.00223 1.05 27.2 3.118 11.28 1.08 1.55 1.00 0.00010002 0.155 0,371 0.048 1%" 2 0.00440 111.29 134.4 0.10 30.1 3.30 0.58 2.11 2.10 1 1.20 0.520 0.743 0.104; 0.429 0.044; .3 0.00008 9.25 04.1 5.04 13.9 3.17 4.33 1.81 1.09 1.114 0.33010044 0.090; 0.473 0.043 4 0.00891 3 V 12.33 111.2 0.72 23.9 1.22 7.421241 1.83 1.49 0.555; 0.858 0.150. 0.030 0.071 5 0.01114 1 1 8.40 35.7 5.28 11.2 13.01 2.75 1.80 0.835- 1.073 0.223‘ 0.788 0.104 0 3 8.574 0.0%.; 21/2" 10.08 51.9 .033 15.8 E 3.01 2.2); I 0.209 0.940 8 . 1 .705 0.0 13.44 91.1 18.45 27.7 14.81 0. _.. . 1 . 0.18 1.20 . g 0.108 3.345 3,, 110.50 42.4 10.32 29.99 2.33 j1.58 . i . 0. . . J - I 1.1 . . i . ., . -. . 20 0.04455 11.91 0.375 1.34 0.153 0.808 0.050% 31/2” 112.01 37.3 7.43 10.9 54.29 2.73 3.10 1.23 ‘ i i 25 0.05570 .39 0.501 1.08 0.234 1.09 0.05310812 0.0411 4" 9.28 10.7 15.37 4.22 3.94 1.93 30 ! 0.05584 .87 0.780 2.01 0.327 1.30 0.114. 0 974 0.0501 11.14 23.8 10.44 5.92 4.71 2.72 35 ' 0.07798 .35 1.05 2.35 0.430 1.52 0.1513 1 14 0.071 0882 0.0411299 32.2 17.51 7.90 5.52 3.04 40 I 0.08912 .83 1.35 2.08 0.555 1.74 0.192; 1 30 0.095. 1.01 0.0521485 41.5 8.59 10.24 0.30 4.05 45 , 0.1003 .30 1.07 3.02 0.008 1.95 0.239; 1 40 0.117; 1.13 r 0.004 E907 12.80 7.09 5.85 50 ' 0.1114 .78 2.03 3.35 {1.839. 2.17 0.288' 1.02 0.1421 1320 0.070 5" 110.74 15.00 7.511 7.15 00 I 0.1337 .74 2.87 ‘ 4.02 1.18 9 2.00 0.400 1.95 0.2041 1.51 0.107 g12.89 22.2 9.4 10.21 70 a 0.1500 70 3.84 . 4.09 1.59 1 3.04 0.540 2.27 0.2013 1.70 0.143 1.12 0.047; 11.05 13.71 80 1 0.17112 .05 4.97 1 5.30 2.113 3.47 0.087 2.00 0.334 2.02 0.1110 1.28 0.050; ,, 12.02 17.59 90 11.2005 I .00 0.20 1 0.03 2.53 3.91 0.851 2.92 0.410 2.27 0.224 .44 0.074; 6 14.20 22.0 100 0.2228 9.50 7.59 0.70 3.09 4.34 1.05 3.25 0.509 2.52 0.272 1.00 0.090? 1.11 0.0301578 20.9 125 ‘ 0.2785 11.97 11.75 8.38 4.71 5.43 1.01 4.00 0.759 3.15 0.415 2.01 0.1351 1.39 0.0551972 41.4 150 0.3342 14.30 10.7011005 0.09 0.51 2.24 4.87 1.08 3.78 0.580 2.41 0.190 1.07 0.077 175 0.3899 10.75 22.3 [11.73 8.97 7.00 3.00 5.08 1.44 4.41 0.774. 2.81 0.253 1.94 0.102 ,, 200 0.4450 19.14 28.8 13.42 11.08 808 3.117 0.49 1.85 5.04 0.985; 3.21 0.323 2.22 0.130 B 215 0.5013 15.09 14.53 i7.7.7 4.83 7.30 2.31 5.112? 1.13 3.13] (1.401 2.50 0.162 1.44 {LU-13 250 0.557 10.85 5.93 8.12 2.84 0.30 1.40 E 4.01 0.495 2.78 0.195 1.00 0.051 275 0.0127 11.04 7.14 . 8.93 3.40 0.93 1.79 g 4.41 0.583 3.05 0.234 1.70 0.051 300 0.0084 13.90 8.30 19.74 4.02 1 7.50 2.11 14.81 0.083 3.33 0.275 1.92 0.072 325 0.7241 14.12 9.89 110.53 4.09 g 8.19 2.47 5.21 0.797 3.01 0.320; 2.08 0.083 1 1 350 0.7798 11.313 5.41 8.82 1.34 5.142 0.919 3.80 0.367' 1.24 0.095, 375 0.8355 : i 12.17 0.18 i 9.45 3.25 0.02 1.05 E4.10 0.410 2.40 0.108 400 0.8912 1 12.98 7.0311008 3.08 0.42 1.19 i 4.44 0.471 2.50 0.121 425 ; 0.9409 R 13.80 7.89 |0.7l 4.12 0.82 1.33 4.72 0.529 2.73 0.130 450 1.003 10 14.01 8.80 11.34 4.00 7.22 1.48 1 5.00 0.590 2.89 0.151 475 1.059 1.93 0.054 11.97 5.12 7.02 1.54 5.27 0.053 3.04 0.100 500 1.114 2.03 0.059 12.00 5.05 8.02 1.81 5.55 0.720 3.21 0.182 550 1.225 2.24 0.071 13.85 0.79 18.81 2.17 0.11 0.851 3.53 0.219 000 1.337 2.44 0.083 ” 15.12 8.04 7 1.03 2.55 0.00 1.02 g 3.85 0.258 050 1.448 2.04 0.097 12 1 E 10.43 2.98 7.22 1.13 1 4.17 0.301 700 1.500 2 85 0.1121201 0.047' ,, E11.23 3.43 . 7.78 1.35 4.40 0.343 750 , 1.571 3 05 0.1275 2.15 0.054 14 1 12.113 3.92 i 8.33 1.55 4.81 0.392 800 i 1.782 325 0.143E 2.29 0.001 12.83 4.43 8.88 1.75 5.13 0.443 8511 1.894 3 10 0.100 2.44 11.01.012.02 0.042 13.04 5.00 9.44 1.90 5.45 0.497 900 2.005 3 00 0.179 2.51.1 0.075; 2.13 0.0471 14.44 5.58 9.99 2.18 5.77 0.554 950 . 2.117 13.30 0.1011 2.72 0.5183l 2.25 0.0523 ,, . g1 .24 0.21 10.55 2.42 . 0.09 0.013 1000 a 2.228 4.07 0.213, 2.87 0.091 2.37 0.057 16 1 . 410.04 0.84 11.10 2.08 0.41 0.075 1100 2.451 4.48 0.200: 3.15 0.110 2.01 0.008 5 . 17.05 8.23 12.22 3.22 ' 7.05 0.807 1200 2.074 4.88 0.3051 3.44 0.128 2.85 0.080 2.18 0.042! . 13.33 3.81 7.70 0.948 1300 2.895 5.29 0.355 3.71 0.150 3.08 0.093 2.30 0.048 .. 514.43 4.45 8.33 1.11 1400 3.119 .570 0.409 4.01 0.171. 3.32 0.107: 2.54 0.055 V 3115.55 5.13 8.98 1.28 1500 . 3.342 10.10 0.455 4.30 0.195: 3.50 0.122i 2.72 0.053 18 10.00 5.85 9,02 1.40 1500 7 3.505 =0.51 0.527». 4.59 0.219 3.79 0.138 2.90 0.071 ,. 17.77 0.01 10.20 1.05 1800 4.010 7.32 0.003;. 5.10 0.270 4.27 0.172 3.27 0.0882 2.58 0.050. 19.99 8.37 111.54 2.08 2000 4.450 8.11 0.808: 5.73 0.339 4.74 0.209 3.03 0.107- 2.87 0.050 22.21 10.3 12.82 2.55 20" 2500 5.570 10.17 1.24 7,17 0.515E 5.93 0.321 4.54 0.103 3.59 0.091 3 W 10.03 3.94 3000 0.084 .1220 1.70 8.00 0.731; 7.11 0.451: 5.45 0.232 4.31) 0.129 3.40 11.075- 24 19.24 5.59 3500 7.798 94.24 2.311 10.03 0.982' 8.30 0.007' 0.35 0.312 5.02 0.173 4.04 0.101 22.44 7.55 4000 1 8.912 40.27 3.08 11.47 1.27 3 9.48 0.7871720 0.401 5.74 0.222 4.02 0.129 3.19 0052.25.05 9.80 4500 !10.03 318.3] 3.87 12.90 1.00 10.07 0.990 8.17 0.503 0.40 0.280; 5.20 0.152 3.59 0.0052887 12.2 5000 11.14 ‘2035 4.71 114.33 1.95 1.21 9.08 0.517! 7.17 11.340.55.77 0.199 3.99 0.079 0000 13.37 24.41 5.74 17.20 2.77 1.71 10.89 0.877; 8.01 0.483 0.93 0.280 4.79 0.111 7000 15.00 28.49 9.11 20.07 3.74 2.31 12.71 1.18 10.04 0.052 8.08 0.3751759 0.150 8000 17.82 . $22.93 4.84 2.99 14.52 1.51 11.47 0.839 9.23 0.488: 5.38 0.192 9000 20.05 125.79 0.09 1 3.70 10.14 1.90 12.91 1.05- 10.39 0.008 7.18 0.242 10000 22.28 28.50 7.40? 4.51 $18.15 .34 1.28 11.54 0.739 7.98 0.294 12000 25.74 34.40 10.7 5.59 321.79 .21 1.83 13.85 1.05 9.58 0.415 14000 31.19 8.59'27.-12 .08 2.45 11.1.[11 1.43 H.” 0.561 10000 35.05 - 29.05 .95 3.18 318.47 1.85 12.77 0.723 18000 40.10 32.08 .82 4.0g 0.907 20000 44.50 , 30.31 .09 4.9 i . . a .0 1.12 For pipe lengths other than 100 feet. the pressure drop is proportional to the Velocity i8 11 function of the cross sectional length. Thus. for 50 feet of pipe. the pressure drop is approximately one-half flow area; thus. it is constant for a given the value given in the table . . . for 300 feet, three times the given value. etc. flow rate and is independent of pipe length. For :alculufinns for pipe other than Schedule 40, see explanation on nEXI' page. C RA N E APPENDIX 6 — ENGINEERING 0711.4 3 . 15 Flow 01 Air Through Schedule 40 Steel Pipe For lengths of pipe other than . 100 feet. the pressure drop is Free A“ Pressure Drop of Air proportional to the _lCI“IE§Eh. In Pounds per Square Inch “NS. for 5D ffiet of 131136. the Cubic Feet Cubic Feet Per 100 Feet of Schedule 40 Pipe pressure drop is approxjmately PCT Mimi“? Per Minute For Air at 100 Pounds per Square Inch one-halfthe value given in the t ()0 1: d “30 F d table . . . for 300 feet, three a 14] pg: a 100 13;: Gauge Pressure and 60 F Temperature times the given value, etc. Com- q' m pressed Air The pressure drop is also ir1- V3" 1741" ad!” V2" VCTSCIY PFUPDFtional “3 [he 1 0.126 0.361 0.063 0.016 absoEute pressure and directly 2 0%56 a; 3.23; 3.1112; 3.310 3/ fl - . 3 0. 64 . . . . 4 g???“ m the absolute 4 0.513 4.63 1.04 0.226 0.071 P a UTE- 5 0.641 7.45 1.56 0.343 0.106 0.027 1,, Therm”: m dCFErmine the 6 0.769 10.6 2.23 0.405 0.146 0.037 pressure drop for mlet or aver» a 1.025 16. 6 3.69 0.646 0.255 0.062 0.019 ,, ,, age pressures other than 100 10 1.262 26.7 5.96 1.26 0.356 0.094 0.029 1% 1% Bi and at mm cultures other 15 1.922 ... 13.0 2.73 0.634 0.201 0.062 P P. 20 2.563 ... 22.6 4.76 1.43 0.345 0.102 0.026 than (30 F. multlply the values we ' 3131.31, th 6' ; 25 3.204 35.6 7.34 2.21 0.526 0.156 0.039 0.019 E “53th:: 7 y ‘° =9 31-16 129 .16 “633 116 306 362 . 3 . .. . . .. 1 . . l. . . . (wim)(4ho + f) 40 5.126 ... 16.4 5.49 1.30 0.379 0.095 0.044 V P +14] 520 45 5.767 ... 23.1 6.90 1.62 0.474 0.116 0.055 2 where: 50 6.406 ,, 26.5 6.49 1.99 0.576 0.149 0.067 0.019 .. .. . . . 60 7.690 2% 40.7 12.2 2.65 0.619 0.200 0.094 0.027 P 15 the miet or average 70 6.321 2.35; 1.113 0.2;!) 0.126 0.036 gauge pressure in pounds per 60 10. 0.019 .. . 1.- . 1. 0.3 0 0.162 0.046 square inch! and, 90 11.53 0.023 27.0 6.25 1.60 0.437 0.203 0.056 n -' - . . - 100 12.62 0.029 3" 33.2 7.69 2.21 0.534 0.247 0.070 “E ‘5 the “cmpcréturc 1" 125 16.02 0.044 11.9 3.39 0.625 0.360 0.107 degrees Fahrenheit under 150 19.22 0.062 0.021 17.0 4.67 1.17 0.537 0.151 consideration. 175 22.43 0.063 0.026 0 23.1 6.60 1.56 0.727 0.205 200 25.63 0.107 0.036 31/2 30.0 6.54 2.05 0.937 0.264 The cubic feet per minute of 225 26.64 0.134 0.045 0.022 37.9 10.6 2.59 1.19 0.331 compressed at any 09- 01 116 316 16: 361 61 16 1'32 141* ' ‘ , - . . . . 1 . . . . 4 5””: ‘5 "“CFECIY Proportloml 300 36.45 0.232 0.076 0.037 19.0 4.56 2.07 0.573 :10 mi 31:50th Prcsfure mild 325 41.65 0.270 0.090 0.043 4,, 22.3 5.32 2.42 0.673 ireety proportiona to t e . . 350 44.67 0.313 0.104 0.050 25.6 6.17 2.60 0.776 absoiutc tempcrdmm- 23(5) g. 0.030 29.6 7.05 3.20 0.667 - - _ . . . . 0.034 33.6 6.02 3.64 1.00 To dP‘ermmE the “'3”: {C‘Et 425 54.47 0.452 0.151 0.072 0.036 37.9 9.01 4.09 1.13 per mmuu: of compressed mr 450 57.67 0.507 0.166 0.061 0.042 . 10.2 4.59 1.26 at any temperature and was“ 475 60 66 0 562 0 167 0 069 0 047 11 3 6 09 1 40 5'7".“ 0th“ th?” Standard 5011‘ 500 64:08. 0:613 0:206 02099 02052 1225 5:61 1:55 chums, 01141th the value of 550 70.49 0.749 0.246 0.116 0.062 15.1 6.79 1.67 cubic feet per minute of [me 600 76.90 0.667 0.293 0.139 0.073 5,, 16.0 6.04 2.21_ air by the ratio. 650 63.30 1.04 0.342 0.163 0.066 21.1 9.43 2.60 14 7 469 A. 700 69.71 1.19 0.395 0.166 0.099 0.032 24.3 10.9 3.00 _'_ __=- 750 96.12 1.36 0.451 0.214 0.113 0.036 27.9 12.6 3.44 1.4.7 + P 510 600 102.5 1.55 0.513 0.244 0.127 0.041 31.6 14.2 3.90 650 106.9 1.74 0.576 0.274 0.144 0.046 ,, 35. 16.0 4.40 900 115.3 1.95 0.642 0.305 0.160 0.051 6 40.2 16.0 4.91 950 121.6 2.16 0.715 0.340 0.176 0.057 0.023 ... 20.0 5.47 1 000 126.2 2.40 0.760 0.375 0.197 0.063 0.025 ... 22.1 6.06 1100 141.0 2.69 0.946 0.451 0.236 0.075 0.030 ... 26.7 7.29 1200 153.6 3.44 1.13 0.533 0.279 0.069 0.035 ... 31.6 6.63 1300 156.6 4.01 1.32 0.626 0.327 0.103 0.041 ... 37.3 10.1 1400 179.4 4.65 1.52 0.716 0.377 0.119 0.047 11.6 1500 192.2 5.31 1.74 0.624 0.431 0.136 0.054 ” 13.5 6.151,; 0.932 0.490 0.154 (1.06% 8 13.3 cumming for PM . . . 1. 0.616 0.193 0.07 1 . . . . 6 . . . . . . mhw "m" schedule 40 2000 256 3 9 44 3 0 1 45 0 757 0 237 0 094 0 023 10,, 23 9 112-1 114 16 141 116 161 . ‘ ' 000 1 . . . [.57 . . U. 1 0.01 To determmhc the “mm” of 3 500 446.6 26.6 9.23 4.33 2.26 0.709 0.276 0.066 0.022 Water. 01‘ t 5 Pressure drop 4000 512.6 37.6 12.1 5.66 2.94 0.919 0.356 0.066 0.026 ,, of water or a1r, through pipe 4 500 576.7 47.6 15.3 7.16 3.69 1.16 0.450 0.111 0.035 12 Ofihefr film? ScfhEdU‘f 4.01 use 5000 640.6 16.6 6.65 4.56 1.42 0.552 0.136 0.043 0.016 t C 0 owmg C'qu 85- 6000 769.0 27.1 12.7 6.57 2.03 0.794 0.195 0.061 0.025 d . 7000 697.1 36.9 17.2 6.94 2.76 1.07 0.262 0.062 0.034 U _ v w ' 6000 1025 22.5 11.7 3.59 1.39 0.339 0.107 0.044 a - 4" a 9000 1153 26.5 14.9 4.54 1.76 0.427 0.134 0.055 d a 5 10000 1252 35.2 16.4 5.60 2.16 0.526 0.164 0.067 AP“ = AP“, 4 11 000 1410 .. 22.2 6.76 2.62 0.633 0.197 0.051 0'fl 12 000 1536 26.4 6.07 3.09 0.753 0.234 0.096 . H H 13 000 1666 31.0 9.47 3.63 0.664 0.273 0.112 Subscnpt 0 refers to the 14 000 1794 36.0 11.0 4.21 1.02 0.316 0.129 5310639161“. pipe through 16 000 1922 12.6 4.64 1.17 0.364 0.146 W 1‘1. W 991w 01” PTCSSUFE 16000 2051 14.3 5.50 1.33 0.411 0.167 drop 15 deSIred. 16 000 2307 16.2 6.96 1.66 0.520 0.213 ‘ u H 20 000 2563 22.4 6.60 2.01 0.642 0.260 Sullsscrlpt 4D refers to the 22 000 2620 27.1 10.4 2.50 0.771 0.314 ve Deity or pressure drop . 24 000 3076 32.3 12.4 2.97 0.916 0.371 tbrfiugh Schedule 40 P1136. as 26 000 3332 37.9 14.5 3.49 1.12 0.435 given In the tables on these 26 000 3566 16.9 4.04 1.25 0.505 . . 19.3 4.64 1.42 0.520 facing pages_ 30 000 3645 APPENDIX B— ENGINEERING DATA CRANE PIPE DATA (also see next three pages) Carbon and Alloy Steel — Stainless Steel Nom- Outside Identification Wall Inside Area Transverse Mumth Weight Weight External Sectian iual DIillTI. Stain- Thick— Dinm- uf Intern-.1] Area 7 of Pipe Water Surface Modulus Pipe less nee-5 etL-r Metal 1 Inertia Size Steel {0 (LII (a) (r J (1) Pounds Puuttds Sq. Ft. Sched. Square Square Square per per 6191 per foot "0.19. Inches Inches Nn. Inches Inches Inches Inches Feet Inches“ 10m uf pipe of pipe . . . . . . 105 .307 .0543 .0740 .0005} .00033 .19 .00-‘137 1/3 0.405 STD 4-0 405 .269 . 0720 .0563 .00040 .00106 . 24 .00523 X5 30 305 .215 .0925 .0364 .00025 .00122 .31 .00602 . . . . . . 105 .410 0970 .1320 .00091 .00279 .33 .01032 11'4- 0.540 STD 40 405 .364 1250 .1041 .00072 .00331 .42 .01227 X5 30 805 .302 1574 .0716 .00050 .00377 .51- .01395 . . . . . . 105 .545 1246 .2333 .00162 .00586 .42 .01736 373 0.675 STD 40 405 .493 .1670 .1910 .00133 .00729 .57 .02160 X5 30 305 .423 .2173 .1405 .00093 .00362 .74 .02554 55 .710 1533 .3959 .00275 .01197 .54 .02349 .. . . .. 105 .674 1974 .3568 .00243 .01431 .67 .03407 STD 40 405 .622 2503 .3040 .0021] .01709 .35 .04069 172 0. 340 X5 30 305 . 546 . 3200 .2340 . 00163 .02003 1.09 .04730 . . . 160 .466 .3336 .1706 .00110 .02212 1.31 .05267 XXS . . .252 .5043 .050 .00035 .02424 1.71 .05772 55 .920 .2011 .6643 .00462 .02450 .69 .04667 . . . . . . 105 .334 .2521 .6133 .00426 .02969 .36 .05655 STD 40 405 .824 .3326 .5330 .00371 .03704 1.13 .07055 374 1.050 X5 30 305 .742 .4335 .4330 .00300 .04479 1.47 .03531 . . . 160 .612 5698 .2961 .00206 .05269 1.94 .10036 XXS . . . .434 .7130 .143 .00103 053792 2.4-4 .11032 55 1.135 .2553 1.1029 .00766 .04999 .37 .07603 . . . . .. 105 1.097 4130 .9452 .00656 .07569 1.40 .11512 STD 40 405 1.049 .4939 .3640 .00600 .03734 1.63 .1323 1 1.315 X5 30 305 .957 .6333 .7190 .00499 .1056 2.17 .1606 .. . 160 .815 .3365 .5217 .00362 .1251 2.34 .1903 XXS . . . .599 1.0760 .232 .00196 .1405 3.66 .2136 55 1.530 .3257 1.339 .01277 .1033 1.11 A .1250 . . . . . . 10.5 1.442 .4717 1.633 .01134 .1605 1.31 .1934 STD 40 405 1.380 .6635 1.495 .01040 .1947 2.27 .2346 11/71 1.660 X5 30 305 1.273 .3315 1.233 .00391 .2413 3.00 .2913 . . . 160 1.160 1.1070 1.057 .0073'1- .2339 3.76 .3421 XXS . . . .396 1.534 .630 .00438 .3411 5.21 .4110 55 1.770 .3747 2.461 .01709 .1579 1.23 .1662 . . . . . . 105 1.632 6133 2.222 .01543 .2463 2.09 .2593 STD 40 405 1.610 .7995 2.036 .01-114 .3099 2.72 .3262 11/5 1.900 X5 30 305 1.500 1.063 1.767 .01225 .3912 3.63 .4113 . . . 160 1.333 1.429 1.406 .00976 .4324 4.36 .5073 XXS . . . 1.100 1.835 .950 .00660 .5673 6.41 .5977 55 2.245 4717 3.953 .02749 .3149 1.61 .2652 . . . . . . 105 2.157 .7760 3.654 .02533 .4992 2.64 .4204 STD 40 405 2.067 1.075 3.355 .02330 .6657 3.65 550.5 2 2.375 X5 30 305 1.939 1.477 2.953 .02050 .3679 5.02 .7309 . . . 160 1.637 2.190 2.241 .01556 1.162 7.46 379 XXS .. . 1.503 2.656 1.774 .01232 1.311 9.03 . . 1.104 55 2.709 .7230 5.764 .04002 .7100 2.43 2.50 .753 .4939 . . . . . . 105 2.635 1.039 5.453 .03737 .9373 3.53 2.36 .753 .6368 STD 40 405 2.469 1.704 4. 733 03322 1.530 5. 79 2. 07 .753 1.064 21.. 2.375 X5 30 305 2.323 2.254 4.233 .02942 1.924 7.66 1.37 .753 1.339 . .. 160 2.125 2.945 3.546 .02463 2.353 10.01 1.54 .753 3.633 XXS ... 1.771 4.023 2.464 .01710 2.371 13.69 1.07 .753 1.997 53 3.334 .3910 8.730 .06063 1.301 3.03 3.73 .916 .7435 . . . . . . 105 3.260 1.274 3.347 .05796 1.322 4.33 3.62 .916 1.041 STD '1-0 405 3.063 2.223 7.393 .05130 3.017 7.53 3.20 .916 1.724 3 3.500 X5 BO 803 2.900 3.016 6.605 .0458? 3.894 10.25 2.86 .916 2.225 . . . 160 2.624 r1.205 5.403 .03755 5.032 14.32 2.35 .916 2.376 KXS 2.300 5.466 4.155 .02335 5.993 13.53 1.30 .916 3.424 ldnnllflcutlun. wall thicknen and welnhll are extracted tron-I ANSI 835.10 and 83539. The notaiians STD. X5. and XXS indicate Standard. Extra Strong. and Dauble Extra Strong pipe tespectiuely. Trnuveruintarnni are: values. listed in "square teat“ also represent volume in cubic Ieet per tool 01 pipe length. 5141 In _nx mm (II .II TILE! mun ITS-“ 1L6 'E—il $45 H I??? W C R A N E APPENDIX a— ENGINEERING DATA B - '17 PIPE DATA —- cont. Num- OWL-111E ______ "111-660117331121777 V9611 Inside Area Transvarse Moment W'eiglll Weight External Suclinn inuI Dium. ______.§ Slain— Thick- Diam- of Internal Area 61' Pipe Water Surface Modulus. Pipe 195:- ncss clur Metal Incl-Lin Size 1mm Sella-d. 51:14 111 I1(1) 1”) ("1) (I) Pounds Pounds Sq. F1. I Pipt' Nu. Sched. Square Square Square per per foot per 1001 Size Inches. Inches 1110:1125 Feel Inches.4 fool of pipe of pipe ' 1.021 11.545 .08017 1.960 3.4-8 1.047 .9799 1.463 11.104 .07711 2.755 4.97 1.047 1.378 2.680 9.886 .06870 4. 788 9.11 1. 0-17 2.394 6.280 12.50 1.047 3.140 3.678 8.888 .06170 2 14.75 .10245 2.810 3.92 l 14.25 .09898 3.963 5.61 4 12.73 .08840 7.233 10.79 .407 11.50 .07986 9.610 14.98 5.595 10.31 .0716 11.65 19.00 6.621 9.28 .0645 13.27 22.51 8.101 7.80 .0542 15.28 27.54 1.178 1.249 1.178 1.761 1.178 3.214 1.178 4.271 1.178 5.178 1.178 5.898 1.178 6.791 1.456 2.498 1.456 3.029 1.456 5.451 1.456 7.431 1.456 9.250 1.456 10.796 1.456 12.090 1.734 3.576 1. 734 4. 346 1.734- 8.496 1.734 12.22 1.73-1- 14.98 1.868 22.44 .1558 6.947 6.36 2.285 22.02 .1529 8.425 7.77 4.300 20.01 .1390 15.16 14.62 6.112 18.19 .1263 20.67 20.78 7.953 16.35 .1136 25.73 27.04 9.696 14.61 .1015 30.03 32.96 11.340 12.97 .0901 33.63 38.55 2.231 32.24 .2239 11.85 7.60 2.733 31.74 .2204 14.40 9.29 5.581 28.89 .2006 28.14 18.97 8 405 26.07 .1810 40.49 28.57 6.625 .> . . . . .562 5.501 10.70 23.77 .1650 49.61 36.39 .719 5.187 13.32 21.15 .1469 58.97 45.35 1.734- 17.81 .864 4.897 15.64 18.84 .1308 66.33 53.16 1.734 20.02 .109 8.407 2.916 55.51 .3855 26.44 9.93 2.258 6.131 .148 8.329 3.941 54.48 .3784 35.41 13.40 2.258 8.212 .250 8.125 6.57 51.85 .3601 57.72 22.36 2.258 13.39 .277 8.071 7.26 51.16 .3553 63.35 24.70 2.258 14. 69 .322 7.981 8.40 50.03 .3474 72.49 28.55 2.258 16.81 8 .406 7.813 10.48 47.94 .3329 88.73 35.64 2.258 20.58 .500 7.625 12.76 45.66 .3171 105.7 43.39 2.258 24.51 .594 7.437 14.96 43.46 .3018 121.3 50.95 2.258 28.14 .719 7.187 17.84 40.59 .2819 140.5 60.71 2.258 32.58 .812 7.001 19.93 38.50 .2673 153.7 67.76 2.258 35.65 .875 6.875 21.30 37.12 .2578 162.0 72.42 2.258 37.56 .906 6.813 21.97 36.46 .2532 165.9 74.69 2.258 38.48 .134 10.482 4.36 86.29 .5992 63.0 15.19 11.71 .165 10.420 5.4-9 85.28 .5922 76.9 18.65 14.30 .250 10.250 8.24 82.52 .5731 113.7 28.04 21.15 .307 10.136 10.07 80.69 .5603 137.4- 34.24 25.57 .365 10.020 11.90 78.86 .5475 160.7 40.48 29.90 10 10.750 .500 9.750 16.10 74.66 .5185 212.0 54.74 39.43 .59-1- 9.562 18.92 71.84 .4989 241.8 64.43 45.54- .719 9.312 22.63 68.13 .4732 286.1 77.03 53.22 .844 9.062 26.24 64.53 .4481 324.2 89.29 60.32 1.000 8.750 30.68 60.13 .4176 367.8 104.13 68.43 1.125 8.500 34.02 56.75 .3941. 399.3 115.64 74.29 .156 12.438 6.17 121.50 .8438 122.4 20.98 19.2 .180 12.390 7.11 120.57 .8373 140.4 24.17 22.0 .250 12.250 9.82 117.86 .8185 191.8 33.38 30.2 .330 12.090 12.87 114.80 .7972 248.4 43.77 39.0 .375 12.000 14.58 113.10 .7854 279.3 49.56 43.8 .406 11.938 15.77 111.93 .7773 300.3 53.52 47.1 .500 11.750 19.24- 10843 .7528 361.5 65.42 56.7 12 12.75 .562 11.626 21.52 106.16 .7372 400.4 73.15 62.8 .688 11.374 26.03 101.64 .7058 475.1 88.63 74.6 .844 11.062 31.53 96.14 .6677 561.6 107.32 88.1 1.000 10. 750 36.91 90. 76 .6303 641.6 125.49 100.7 1.125 10.500 41.08 86.59 .6013 700.5 139.67 109.9 1.312 10.126 47. 1-1- 80.53 .5592 781.1 160.27 122.6 identlilcniion. wall thickness and weigh“ are extracled from ANSI 836.10 and 336.19. The nulaliuns Transverselnternal area values listed in "square inel“ also STD. KS. and XXS indicate Slandaru. Extra Slrong. and Double Extra Strong pipe respecsively. represent vulume in cubic lee! per 1001 of pipe length. B -13 APPENDIX 5— ENGINEERING DATA C RA N E PIPE DATA — cont. Nom- ' ‘ Transverse Mnmenl Weight Weight External Section iiJnnl ' . ‘ ‘ - ‘ Internal Area 1pc Size (:1) Square Inches - ' . Fee! 55 .156 13.688 105 .188 13.624 . .250 13.500 .312 13.376 .375 13.250 .438 13.124 14- 14.00 .500 13.000 .594 12.812 .750 12.500 .938 12.124 1.094 11.812 1.250 11.500 1.406 11.188 55 .165 15.670 105 .188 15.624 .250 15.500 .312 15.376 .375 15.250 16 16.00 .500 15.000 .656 14-. 688 .844 14.312 1.031 13.938 1.219 13.562 1.438 13.124 1.594 12.812 55 .165 17.670 . 1.7029 105 .188 17.624 '. 1.6941 .250 17.500 . 1.6703 .312 17.376 . 1.6467 .375 17.250 . 1.6230 .438 17.124 . 1.5990 18 18.00 .500 17.000 . 1.5763 .562 16.876 . 1.5533 .750 16.500 . 1.4849 .938 16.124 . 1.4183 1.156 15.688 . 1.3423 1.375 15.250 . 1.2684 1.562 14.876 ' . 1.2070 1.781 14.438 ' . 1.1369 SS .188 19.624 .. . 105 .218 19.564 10 .250 19.500 STD 20 . .. .375 19.250 X5 30 . . . .500 19.000 . .. 4-0 . .. .594- 18.812 20 20.00 . . . 60 . .. .812 18.376 80 . . . 1.031 17.938 100 ... 1.281 17.438 120 . .. 1.500 17.000 140 . .. 1.750 16.500 160 ... 1.969 16.062 55 .188 21.624 105 .218 21.564 10 .250 21.500 STD 20 .. . .375 21.250 X5 30 . . . .500 21.000 22 22.00 . . . 60 . . . .875 20.250 80 . . . 1.125 19.75 100 1.375 19.25 120 ... 1.625 18.75 14-0 . . . 1.875 18.25 160 . . . 2.125 17.75 Idantlficmlnn, wall thickness and weight: are axlracled from ANSI 836.10 and 536.19. The no1a1ion5 Transverse Internal area vaiues listed in "square 1221" also STD. X5. and XXS indicme Slandard, Extra Slrong. and Double Extra Strung pipe respective1y. represenl vulume in cubic fee1 per 1001 of pipe length. C RAN E APPENDIX B—ENGINEERING DATA 3-39 PIPE DATA —- cont. Nom- Outside identification Wall Area Transverse Moman Weight Weight Enema] Section innl Dian]. ' Thick- of Internal Area Pipe ness Mela] Inertia Size . (1) (A) U} ' Square Square Square Inches Inches ' . Inciles Inches Inches Feet Inches”I 436.10 3.0285 1151.6 96.0 . .. 433.74 3.0121 1315.4 109.6 STD 424.56 2.9483 1942.0 161.9 XS 415.48 2.8853 2549.5 212.5 4-11.00 2.8542 2843.0 237.0 24 24.00 402.07 2.7921 3421.3 285.1 382.35 2.6552 4652.8 387.7 365.22 2.5362 5672.0 472.8 344.32 2.3911 6849.9 570.8 326.08 2.2645 7825.0 652.1 310.28 2.1547 8625.0 718.9 292.98 2.0346 9455.9 787.9 . . . 505.75 3.5122 2077.2 159.8 26 26.00 STD 500.74 3.4774 2478.4 190.6 XS 490.87 3.4088 3257.0 250.5 . . . 588.61 4.0876 2601.0 185.8 STD 583.21 4.050} 3105.1 221.8 28 28.00 XS 572.56 3.9761 4084.8 291.8 562.00 3.9028 5037.7 359.8 683.49 4.7465 2585.2 172.3 . . . 677.76 4.7067 3206.3 213.8 30 30.00 STD 671.96 4.6664 3829.4 255.3 XS 660.52 4.5869 5042.2 336.1 . . . 649.18 4.5082 6224.0 414.9 . . . 773.19 5.3694 3898.9 243.7 ' STD 766.99 5.3263 4653.5 291.2 32 32.00 XS 754.77 5.2414 6138.6 383.7 742.64- 5.1572 7583.4 474.0 736.57 5.1151 8298.3 518.6 . . . 871.55 6.0524 5150.5 303.0 STD 868.31 6.0299 5599.3 329.4 34 34.00 XS 855.30 5.9396 7383.5 434.3 842.39 5.8499 9127.6 536.9 835.92 5.8050 9991.6 587.7 . . . 982.90 6.8257 5569.5 309.4- STD 975.97 6.7771 6658.9 369.9 36 36.00 X5 962. 11 6.6813 8786.2 488.1 948.42 6.5862 10868.4 603.8 934.82 6.4918 12906.1 717.0 Idenllficatlun. wal! thickness and waigma are exuamad from ANSI 535,11] and 536.15. The nolatiuns Transverse Inlernnl nren values 05le In "square lee!" also STD. X8. and XXS indicale Standard. Exlra Slrong, and Duuble Exha Birung pipe respectively. represent volume in cubic feet per [out D1 pipe lenglh. ...
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