Derated coefficient of discharge

If yes, what is the doc name? I have checked this and come to realise that it is the discharge co-efficient that produces the different results. Papa, PE. The Reynolds number can be calculated using Equations 9. In my experience, the difference is greatest in the smaller sizes. TD2K, thanks for the response. Pragmatic and market forces made it more efficient for even a large, industrial general contractor to focus regionally. So, what do you do?

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This figure is often derated by further multiplying it by a safety factorto give a derated coefficient of discharge. Derated coefficient of discharge is termed Kdr. Theoretical capacity correction factor for subcritical flow. –. Kd. Coefficient of discharge a.

–. Kdr.

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Certified derated coefficient of discharge (K. Per ASME, the actual capacity is derated by 10% which is the capacity you will get using the ASME area and ASME discharge coefficient.
In order to account for this, the valve size must first be established, assuming the fluid is non-viscous.

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This is used to make allowances for high viscosity fluids.

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Critical and sub-critical flow - the flow of gas or vapour through an orifice, such as the flow area of a safety valve, increases as the downstream pressure is decreased.

If yes, what is the doc name? This holds true until the critical pressure is reached, and critical flow is achieved. If there is the slightest chance that this may occur, the valve must be sized to allow the combined flows of the failed devices to be discharged.

Note 1 to entry: It is the result of pressure in the discharge system from other sources.

c) theoretical capacity times the certified derated coefficient of discharge. Kdr: Certified derated coefficient of discharge (= measured value x ). [Lift type: (ALH: ) Full bore type: ].

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AL・ Series 32A: the API orifice sizes and discharge coefficients are assumed values The certified ASME discharge coefficient is derated by a factor of
I have an article on this in the office where I'm not presently but I'll try to remember the key points but not necessarily the historical explanation how we got to this point.

So, what do you do?

It is not permitted to calculate the capacity of the valve at a lower overpressure than that at which the coefficient of discharge was established. I noticed on this program the the manufacturer uses a de-rating factor which results in an effective discharge coefficient of 0.

You will not get the same capacity using the two sets of data. This choice is determined by the risk of two or more devices failing simultaneously.

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By knowing the required set pressure and discharge capacity, it is possible to select a suitable nominal size.

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