|Oct17-12, 08:36 AM||#1|
I am trying to calculate the amount of exhaust coming out of an exhaust pipe.
I know CFM but I need to correct this number for exhaust temp and barometric pressure.
Exhaust temp = 441.2 F
Stack Diameter = 2.5 inch
CFM = 488
Barometric pressure = 30.01 in. hg
Here is my previous equation using PV inch H20
=((stack diameter/2)^2*3.1416/144)*(1096.2*(SQRT(PV inch H20/(1.325*(Barometric pressure/(Exhaust temp+460))))))
Any help would be appreciated thanks!
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