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Determine Flow rate for pipeline

  1. Dec 3, 2011 #1
    Determine Flow rate for pipeline !!!

    Hi all

    I want to design two piping system for IVF (In vitro fertilisation) Lab.

    That first pipeline carries CO2 and the other one carries Nitrogen/Oxygen Mixture.

    The problem that encounters me is to determine the flow rates form the equipment for the two piping systems.


    *CO2 piping system equipment info:

    Model: Galaxy 170 R Incubators
    Website: http://www.nbsc.com/galaxy_r.aspx [Broken]
    CATALOG: see attachments​


    *Nitrogen/Oxygen piping system equipment info:

    Model: K Minc 1000 Incubator
    Website: http://www.cookmedical.com/wh/dataSheet.do?id=5403
    CATALOG: see attachments​




    Could someone please find the flow rates required for each equipment and the pressure required at the inlet.

    Thank you for your assistance
     

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  3. Dec 4, 2011 #2
    Re: Determine Flow rate for pipeline !!!

    Any help!?
     
  4. Dec 6, 2011 #3
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    !!!!!!!???????
     
  5. Dec 6, 2011 #4

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    Re: Determine Flow rate for pipeline !!!

    Hi ameeno,
    It sounds like you're asking what flow rates are required for specific bits of equipment that you're purchasing. Why isn't that something that the equipment manufacturers are giving you? If you wanted to determine the diameter of the pipe or pressure losses, that would be a question you might ask an engineer on this board, but if you're asking for information about a piece of equipment you're purchasing, you need to ask the supplier.
     
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