HWK 2 - PGE 362 Homework 2 Due at the start of lecture on...

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PGE 362 Homework 2 Due at the start of lecture on Feb. 16th Please design a pipeline for the following conditions. Use the flow in pipes module of PPS to predict the ID of the pipe. Make a plot of gas rate versus pipe ID to show your choice. Then use the Construction Code shown below to select the pipe line material and the test of the line when it is constructed. Flow Data: Gas Flow Rate = 10,000 MScf/Day Gas Specific Gravity = 0.68 Inlet Temperature = 90 deg F Outlet Temperature = 65 deg F Daily Operating Pressure = 1100 psig Outlet Pressure = 100 psig Line Length = 5 miles There is a gradual slope from the inlet to the outlet that equals +0.25 degree. The terrain is now mostly lightly wooded fields intersected by one interstate highway. Pipe Data: The pipe sizes that are available are (OD”/ID”); (2.375”/1.999”), (3.5”/3.000”), (4.5”/4.000”), 6.625”/6.000”), and (8.625”/8.000). They all have an internal roughness of 0.0006”. The minimum internal yield strength for the pipe can be either of 42,000; 52,000; or
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