Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion Solution

STEP 0: Pre-Calculation Summary
Formula Used
Internal Diameter of Pipe = ((16.6*Specific Heat Capacity*(Mass Velocity)^0.8)/(Heat Transfer Coefficient))^(1/0.2)
D = ((16.6*cp*(G)^0.8)/(h))^(1/0.2)
This formula uses 4 Variables
Variables Used
Internal Diameter of Pipe - (Measured in Meter) - Internal Diameter of Pipe is the internal diameter of the hollow cylinder of pipe.
Specific Heat Capacity - (Measured in Joule per Kilogram per K) - Specific Heat Capacity is the heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of a given substance by a given amount.
Mass Velocity - (Measured in Kilogram per Second per Square Meter) - Mass Velocity is defined as the weight flow rate of a fluid divided by the cross-sectional area of the enclosing chamber or conduit.
Heat Transfer Coefficient - (Measured in Watt per Square Meter per Kelvin) - The Heat Transfer Coefficient is the heat transferred per unit area per kelvin. Thus area is included in the equation as it represents the area over which the transfer of heat takes place.
STEP 1: Convert Input(s) to Base Unit
Specific Heat Capacity: 0.0002 Kilocalorie (IT) per Kilogram per Celcius --> 0.837359999999986 Joule per Kilogram per K (Check conversion here)
Mass Velocity: 13 Kilogram per Second per Square Meter --> 13 Kilogram per Second per Square Meter No Conversion Required
Heat Transfer Coefficient: 4 Kilocalorie (IT) per Hour per Square Meter per Celcius --> 4.65199999999992 Watt per Square Meter per Kelvin (Check conversion here)
STEP 2: Evaluate Formula
Substituting Input Values in Formula
D = ((16.6*cp*(G)^0.8)/(h))^(1/0.2) --> ((16.6*0.837359999999986*(13)^0.8)/(4.65199999999992))^(1/0.2)
Evaluating ... ...
D = 6802622.55874981
STEP 3: Convert Result to Output's Unit
6802622.55874981 Meter --> No Conversion Required
FINAL ANSWER
6802622.55874981 Meter <-- Internal Diameter of Pipe
(Calculation completed in 00.017 seconds)

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Internal Diameter of Pipe = ((16.6*Specific Heat Capacity*(Mass Velocity)^0.8)/(Heat Transfer Coefficient))^(1/0.2)
D = ((16.6*cp*(G)^0.8)/(h))^(1/0.2)

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How to Calculate Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion?

Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion calculator uses Internal Diameter of Pipe = ((16.6*Specific Heat Capacity*(Mass Velocity)^0.8)/(Heat Transfer Coefficient))^(1/0.2) to calculate the Internal Diameter of Pipe, Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion formula is defined as the function of Specific heat capacity, mass velocity and heat transfer coefficient. The Heat Transfer from Stream of Gas flowing in Turbulent Motion where fluid does not flow in smooth layers but is agitated. Heat transfer occurs at the channel wall. Turbulent flow, due to the agitation factor, develops no insulating blanket and heat is transferred very rapidly. Internal Diameter of Pipe is denoted by D symbol.

How to calculate Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion using this online calculator? To use this online calculator for Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion, enter Specific Heat Capacity (cp), Mass Velocity (G) & Heat Transfer Coefficient (h) and hit the calculate button. Here is how the Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion calculation can be explained with given input values -> 6.8E+6 = ((16.6*0.837359999999986*(13)^0.8)/(4.65199999999992))^(1/0.2).

FAQ

What is Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion?
Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion formula is defined as the function of Specific heat capacity, mass velocity and heat transfer coefficient. The Heat Transfer from Stream of Gas flowing in Turbulent Motion where fluid does not flow in smooth layers but is agitated. Heat transfer occurs at the channel wall. Turbulent flow, due to the agitation factor, develops no insulating blanket and heat is transferred very rapidly and is represented as D = ((16.6*cp*(G)^0.8)/(h))^(1/0.2) or Internal Diameter of Pipe = ((16.6*Specific Heat Capacity*(Mass Velocity)^0.8)/(Heat Transfer Coefficient))^(1/0.2). Specific Heat Capacity is the heat required to raise the temperature of the unit mass of a given substance by a given amount, Mass Velocity is defined as the weight flow rate of a fluid divided by the cross-sectional area of the enclosing chamber or conduit & The Heat Transfer Coefficient is the heat transferred per unit area per kelvin. Thus area is included in the equation as it represents the area over which the transfer of heat takes place.
How to calculate Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion?
Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion formula is defined as the function of Specific heat capacity, mass velocity and heat transfer coefficient. The Heat Transfer from Stream of Gas flowing in Turbulent Motion where fluid does not flow in smooth layers but is agitated. Heat transfer occurs at the channel wall. Turbulent flow, due to the agitation factor, develops no insulating blanket and heat is transferred very rapidly is calculated using Internal Diameter of Pipe = ((16.6*Specific Heat Capacity*(Mass Velocity)^0.8)/(Heat Transfer Coefficient))^(1/0.2). To calculate Internal Diameter of Pipe given Heat Transfer Coefficient for Gas in Turbulent Motion, you need Specific Heat Capacity (cp), Mass Velocity (G) & Heat Transfer Coefficient (h). With our tool, you need to enter the respective value for Specific Heat Capacity, Mass Velocity & Heat Transfer Coefficient and hit the calculate button. You can also select the units (if any) for Input(s) and the Output as well.
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