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Calculate the head loss due to friction of a Newtonian fluid through a straight pipe using the Darcy equation. This calculator also computes the Reynolds number, Friction Factor, and pressure drop through the pipe and will account for either laminar or turbulent flow.

Theory for these calculations can be found on pages 1-4 thru 1-7 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equations: 6-3, 6-4, 6-6, and 6-8.

Convert between a Resistance Coefficient (K), US Flow Coefficient (Cv) or metric Flow Coefficient (Kv).

Theory for this calculator can be found on pages 2-6, 2-9, and 3-5 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equations: 6-23 and 6-40.

Calculate the beta ratio, Reynolds number, Discharge coefficient, Mass and Volumetric flow rate of a Newtonian fluid through an orifice with a Corner, 1D - ½ D, or Flange tap arrangement.

Theory for this calculator can be found on pages 4-2 thru 4-5 in the 2009 edition of TP410.

Calculator covers equations: 6-29 and 6-31 applied to Orifices.

This calculator also covers orifice calculations for compressible flow.

Calculate the beta ratio, Reynolds number, Discharge coefficient, Mass and Volumetric flow rate of a Newtonian fluid through an ISA 1932, Long Radius, or Venturi Nozzle.

Theory for this calculator can be found on pages 4-2 thru 4-5 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equations: 6-29 and 6-31 applied to Nozzles.

This calculator also covers nozzle calculations for compressible flow.

Calculate the beta ratio, Reynolds number, Discharge coefficient, Mass and Volumetric flow rate through "As-Cast", Machined, or Rough-Welded Convergent Section venturi meters for both liquid and compressible flow applications.

Theory for this calculator can be found on pages 4-2 thru 4-5 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equations: 6-29 and 6-31 applied to Orifices.

Calculate the fluid power required to pump fluid to a certain height or head. This does not take into account friction forces within the pipe.

Theory for this calculator can be found on page 5-4 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equation: B-8.

This calculator also covers brake (shaft) and electrical power calculations.

Calculate the weight density, Specific Volume, and Molar Mass of a gas per the ideal gas law.

Theory for this calculator can be found on page 1-8 in the 2009 edition of TP-410.

Calculator covers equation: 6-52.

Convert units for any of the following: Dynamic Viscosity, Flow Coefficient, Length, Mass, Mass Density, Mass Flow, Power, Pressure, Specific Gas Constant, Specific Volume, Temperature, Volumetric Flow or Volume.