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abdualziz

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What is the right equation?

Please help me

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In summary, the conversation is about a person who is trying to calculate the pressure drop profile of Arabian medium crude oil, but is unsure of the correct equation and what details are needed for the calculation. They ask for help and clarification, as it seems like a complicated problem.

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abdualziz

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What is the right equation?

Please help me

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SteamKing

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You are so tired, you did not include enough details. Pressure drop profile of what?

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abdualziz

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Pressure drop profile of Arabian medium crude oil

I need to know what Do I have to get to calculate it? & the equation I should follow it?

If U need any details, I'm here

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What do you mean by pressure drop profile. I think that is what we aren't getting.

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Pressure drop profile calculation is a method used to determine the change in pressure as a fluid flows through a system or device. It is an important aspect in fluid mechanics and is often used in the design and optimization of various systems.

Pressure drop profile calculation is important because it helps engineers and scientists understand and predict the behavior of fluids in a system. This information is crucial for designing efficient and effective systems, such as pipelines, pumps, and heat exchangers.

There are several factors that can affect pressure drop profile calculation, including the flow rate, fluid properties (such as viscosity and density), pipe or channel geometry, and any obstructions or changes in the flow path. Temperature and pressure conditions can also have an impact.

Pressure drop profile is typically calculated using equations derived from fluid mechanics principles, such as Bernoulli's equation and the Darcy-Weisbach equation. These equations take into account the various factors that affect pressure drop and allow for the prediction of pressure changes along a flow path.

Pressure drop profile calculation has many practical applications, including designing and optimizing fluid systems for various industries such as oil and gas, chemical processing, and HVAC. It is also used in the design of medical devices, such as blood pumps and dialysis machines. Additionally, pressure drop calculations are important in understanding and predicting the behavior of fluids in natural systems, such as rivers and streams.

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