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The node pop up list will again be displayed. Fig 1. Select the Auto checkbox next to the Relieving pressure field. Check that the relieving pressure is calculated as Select the Auto checkbox next to the Rated flow field. Check that the orifice area is updated to mm and notice the rated flow calculation is updated to reflect the increased orifice area.
The Node Manager view will now appear as follows: Fig 1. The Sources data view for the Default Scenario will be displayed: Fig 1. Any open data views will now display data for this scenario. Rating The Network We have now entered all the model data and can now make the sizing calculations. We will need to set the calculation options before starting the calculations.
This includes the following key options: On the General tab, Calculation Mode should be set to Rating, Enable heat Transfer checkbox should be cleared, Include Kinetic Energy checkbox should be cleared. On the Scenarios tab, Calculate should be set to All Scenarios. You can now start the calculations. Alternatively, you could click the Calculate icon. The Messages data view will be displayed. Note: In the scenario Source 1 Only, the mach number problem on Tail Pipe 1 is automatically highlighted.
The Print view will be displayed. Also check the All Scenarios checkbox to print the results for all of the scenarios instead of just the current scenario.
If you want to print to a file, check the Print To Text File checkbox, then select the file type from the Text File Type drop-down list.
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To do this we will do a Rating calculation xspen all of the scenarios. I look for a PDF Ebook about:. The Calculation Options Editor view will flatenet displayed: Now select Default Scenario and click the Current button to make this the working scenario. For more information check the following articles in our database: The latter may be hard to converge especially at relatively high flowrates.
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The node pop up list will again be displayed. Fig 1. Select the Auto checkbox next to the Relieving pressure field. Check that the relieving pressure is calculated as Select the Auto checkbox next to the Rated flow field. Check that the orifice area is updated to mm and notice the rated flow calculation is updated to reflect the increased orifice area. The Node Manager view will now appear as follows: Fig 1.
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Updating the Model You need to add new pipe segments to the existing model, but first you must delete the connection between Tee 1 and Header 3. The remaining fields may be left at their default values. Featured File Vertical Tank Selection. Now, you can add two pipe segments to the upstream and branch section of Tee 1 using the Pipe Manager view. Because HC is selected from the drop-down list, only hydrocarbon components will be used to match the Molecular Weight.
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