HWK 6-solution - Production Engineering PGE 362 Homework 6...

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Production Engineering PGE 362 Homework 6 Solution Due at lecture time on Oct. 19, 2007. Note: long pants and closed toed shoes are required in the lab. (1) Attend the production engineering lab held in the CPE 1.142. Make sure you sign the roll so that your attendance is correctly noted. (2) Observe and record the operating conditions of the pipe line loop, water and gas flow rate and resulting flow pattern. Record each change in operating condition. (3) Use the data collected in the lab to compute the dimensionless gas and liquid velocity numbers for inclined flow and the superficial velocities for horizontal flow for the flow rates observed. (4) Use the superficial velocity numbers to predict the flow pattern from the Mandhane correlation of Figure 10-3 for horizontal flow in your text. Does the prediction agree with your observation? If the results do not agree what fraction increase or decrease in flow rate of gas is required to make the correlation agree with your observation? Each set of calculations and prediction from the chart is worth 0.7 points.
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This homework help was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PGE 362 taught by Professor Bommer during the Spring '08 term at University of Texas at Austin.

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