SE-721 30 Västerås
Calculations of pressure drop and heat loss in intermeshed pipe networks
To be able to model a piping system both 2D and 3D for fluid-flow analysis To setup load cases and define fluid properties
To evaluate calculated results and create basic automated reports
• System properties
• Resistance coefficients
• Symbol database
• Pipe components
o Valves, bends, orifices, pipes, and sprinklers
• Pumps, fans, and Vessels
o Pump curves
o NPSH (Net Positive Suction Head)
• Load cases, operation states
o Heat transfer
o Fluid media
• Results presentation
• Report generation
• SINETZ interfaces
• Layout systems
• Interface to ROHR2
Prerequisites: Basic understanding of fluid dynamics
Course length: 1 day (09.00-17.00)
Course Fee for individual participant: 800 € (8 000 SEK)
Language: The instructor speaks Swedish and/or English
Facilities: Most of SKIOS's training courses are held Online using Microsoft Teams as a platform.
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