This curriculum map from AccessEngineering provides a mapping of content from Perry's Chemical Engineers' Handbook, Marks' Standard Handbook for Mechanical Engineers and Schaum's Outline of Fluid Mechanics and Hydraulics to standard Fluid Flow/Momentum Transfer course topics.
From AccessEngineering, this Excel workbook streamlines the Fanno Flow calculations for adiabatic, compressible air flow in a pipe by automating the iterative calculation of the friction factor and the overlaying iterative solution of the Fanno Flow equation.
This Excel workbook from AccessEngineering streamlines the normally time-consuming pipe flow calculations by automating the iterative calculation of the friction factor using the Colebrook equation. The workbook can be used with either the Fanning Friction Factor or the Moody Friction Factor. The iterative calculation used to obtain the minimum required pipe diameter is also automated.
This Excel workbook from AccessEngineering streamlines calculations required for flow through pipes that are only partially full, such as storm sewers and drainage pipes. It automates the necessary iterative calculations and simplifies the use of trigonometric formulas to calculate cross-sectional area of flow and wetted perimeter as functions of the pipe diameter and depth of flow. The workbook calculates the flow rate and velocity, the normal depth, the required pipe diameter, the required pipe slope, or the Manning roughness coefficient.
This Excel workbook from AccessEngineering streamlines uniform open channel flow calculations by automating the time-consuming iterative solution for normal depth required by the Manning equation. It also calculates flow rate and velocity, or required channel slope for specified values of the other open channel flow parameters. The user may select rectangular, trapezoidal, or triangular as the channel cross-sectional shape. The workbook calculates the hydraulic radius and uses the Manning equation in each case.