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Literature to calculate pressure drops

In the following books you will find informations to calculate pressure drops in pipes and pipe elements.
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Basics

Bird/Stewart/Lightfoot - Transport phenomena
One of the fundamental engineering sciences, the study of transport phenomena has applications in a number of emerging fields, such as biotechnology, nanotechnology, and polymer science. While not aiming to be a comprehensive treatment of the subject, this text presents enough material for both an introductory and an advanced course. The second edition features new coverage on a number of topics, including Taylor dispersion, angular momentum conservation, and matrix methods for multicomponent mass transfer.
Bohl, Willi - Technische Strömungslehre
An approved manual about technical fluid mechanics. This book is a good reference for the dayli practise.

Brandt, Fritz - Dampferzeuger


Brater/King/Lindell/Wei - Handbook of hydraulics
A compact source of current data and information to help solve problems in hydraulic engineering, this handbook provides the essential tables, formulas, computer solutions and other reference aids required by practising engineers and students.

Crane - Flow of fluids through valves, fittings, and pipe
Quintessential guide to understanding the flow of fluid through valves, pipe and fittings, enabling you to select the correct equipment for your piping system.

Dubbel - Taschenbuch für den Maschinenbau
Standard work for all engineers.

Eck, Bruno - Technische Strömungslehre
A good book for students and as reference.

Herning, Fritz - Stoffströme in Rohrleitungen
(not available at the time)

Hydraulic Institute - Pipe friction manual
(not available at the time)

Hütte - Grundlagen der Ingenieurwissenschaften
Standard work for all engineers.

Perry - Chemical engineers handbook
Provides facts, figures, methods and data needed to solve a wide range of problems faced by engineers in the chemical process industries. This edition reflects the many changes in the field, and covers topics such as waste management, expert systems, and handling of hazardous materials.

Hermann Recknagel - Taschenbuch für Heizung und Klimatechnik


Wagner, Walter - Praktische Strömungstechnik
(not available at the time)

Wagner, Walter - Strömung und Druckverlust
A book to calcualte pressure drops in pipes.

Zoebl/Kruschik - Strömung durch Rohre und Ventile
(not available at the time)


Properties of Fluids

Bird/Stewart/Lightfoot - Transport phenomena
Any engineer working on a problem knows the frustration of having all the equations but no physical properties! This book is the answer. The book is primarily written for those working with organic chemicals. Even if you are working in inorganic chemistry, the book is useful. Equations for mixture properties are difficult to use, but, easy to set up on a spread sheet. There are many equations for physical properties based on single points.

VDI - Wärmeatlas


Weiss, Siegfried - Verfahrenstechnische Berechnungsmethoden, Teil 7 Stoffwerte
(not available at the time)


Calculation of resistance coefficients

Idelchik, I.E. Handbook of Hydraulic Resistance
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