Our pressure drop calculations are done through the use of advanced tools and specific formula, allowing us to provide you with accurate results.
With our accurate calculations, you will be able to enjoy a highly efficient piping system throughout your facility.
After we’re done with the calculations, we’ll then provide you with expert advice so you can have a more efficient piping system.
When fluid flows via a pipe, it will undergo pressure drop due to a resistance to flow. Also, there could be a possible pressure gain or loss because of the variation in elevation between the pipe’s starting and ending point. By having an accurate pressure drop calculation, you will be able to ensure a smooth and efficient fluid flow in your pipes.
At Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers, we’ll be able to come up with an accurate calculation, so you won’t have to experience issues within your piping system, regardless if your piping system has an uphill or downhill flow. This will also let you pick the right pump and ensure proper balance in your piping system.
With our calculation services, you no longer have to put up with inaccurate calculations which can just decrease the efficiency of your system and even cost you dollars in unexpected repairs and replacements.
Unless you are an experienced engineer with technical knowledge regarding piping systems, you should not conduct pressure drop calculations on your own. This is due to the fact that the process involves using various specific formula and considering certain factors that are crucial to achieving an accurate result.
That said, it’s better to leave it in the hands of an expert. This is where we come in. To come up with an accurate calculation and help you understand the process, here are the procedures we normally follow:
Our pressure drop calculation will involve a series of calculations in your piping system depending on a variety of factors. By including these factors in the calculation, we at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers can determine the overall pressure drop in your system.
In order to accurately calculate the pressure drop in a pipe, we need to compute the pressure drop for each item which can cause a change in pressure. However, in order for us to calculate the friction loss in a pipe, we will calculate the friction factor which we’re going to use in the Darcy-Weisbach equation. This will allow us to determine friction loss.
With accurate pressure drop calculations, you will be able to come up with an efficient piping system throughout your building.
But in case you’re wondering, accurately calculating pressure drops in your piping system matter because the available pressure should be greater than the combined pressure drop of all the parts in the system.
If there’s too little pressure, there would not be enough fluid to pass through all of the pipes. Due to this, we only make sure to provide you with accurate pressure drop calculations to ensure that the flow of liquid throughout your piping system is stable. This will also help you prevent having an excess amount of back pressure.
At Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers, we consider certain factors to help us calculate the overall pressure difference throughout your system. These factors include:
By calculating friction loss, we will then consider factors like the change in elevation, the addition of a pump head, and fitting losses. This way, we can be able to come up with an accurate pressure drop calculation in the pipe. We normally consider these sections:
We have to do a calculation of each of the items necessary for determining friction loss. With the use of advanced software, our expert engineers can calculate friction loss with the help of the Darcy-Weisbach equation which is considered the standard for calculating non-compressible fluids.
If your piping system has long pipes, your fitting losses will mostly be insignificant with regard to your pipe’s overall pressure drop. However, local losses like the ones from a partially open valve tend to be a major loss.
We are able to measure a specific fitting loss with the help of real-world experimental data which we analyze to determine a K factor for calculating the fitting loss. This is because it normally varies with the velocity of the fluid which passes through it.
Then again, we always use advanced software solutions that include fitting losses in our pressure drop calculations as they come with lots of industry standard K factors for valves and fittings of different types and sizes.
Various components, such as chillers or heat exchangers, should be modeled in a piping system. Some of them end up introducing a known fixed pressure loss. In most cases, however, the pressure drop would vary with the flow rate which passes through the component.
Our pressure drop calculations with regard to elevation variations will depend on certain factors. If the start of the pipe has a lower elevation than its end, then there will be additional pressure loss apart from friction and other losses. This is due to the increase in elevation.
Meanwhile, if a pipe’s start is elevated higher than its end, there will be additional pressure gain due to the decrease in elevation.
After the said factors are calculated, an overall pressure drop calculation follows after. This is where we at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineersenter the picture.
By availing of our pressure drop calculation services, we can assure you that the results we provide are accurate by using specific equations and advanced software designed for such task.
By working with us at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers, rest assured we can deliver the accurate pressure drop calculations you need for your building’s piping system. After being in the industry for several years and working with hundreds of satisfied clients in Chicago and various other locations, we’re confident to claim that we are among the leading providers in the market when it comes to MEP and BIM designing.
Here are the reasons why you’d want to work with us for your pressure drop calculation needs:
Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers is made of a team of professional engineers and designers who have been in the field of manufacturing, engineering, and plumbing for several years. Each of the members in the company has his own knowledge, skills, and experience acquired through years of working in the industry. This simply means that we only employ people who really know what they’re doing in order to ensure that we can provide quality work and services to you, our clients.
Our pressure drop calculations won’t be accurate and comprehensive without the use of advanced software and techniques. Due to this, we only make sure to use industry standard equations to compute pressure drops and other necessary computations throughout your piping system. We NEVER use techniques that are outdated, as the engineering and construction world is currently evolving, hence the need for the methods to evolve as well.
Since our calculations involved calculating the various factors in your piping system that may lead to pressure losses or gains, we can ensure that you can have a far more efficient system since our experts will also provide you with expert recommendations to prevent further pressure drops.
The process of pressure drop calculation isn’t one that can be completed overnight. As there are several factors to consider, as well as certain calculations to be done before the overall pressure drop is calculated, it might take us a while to provide the results.
However, we at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers also understand that you have your own time constraints to deal with as well. Due to that, we make sure to work on the calculations as quickly as possible without compromising its accuracy and overlooking any detail, however minor or major.
With this, you can rest easy knowing that you won’t have to contend with fast-approaching deadlines since you’ll be getting your results way ahead of that.
Another issue with regard to pressure drop calculations is that such service tends to be expensive. After all, you’ll be paying for the expertise of the engineers as well as for the tools used to come up with a calculation. Fortunately, we understand clients’ budget constraints.
Due to that, we strive to provide you with accurate calculations while doing some cost-cutting measures to meet your current budget. All these while upholding the integrity of the work we do.
Apart from calculations, we also render various other services, particularly MEP design, in fields like mechanical, electrical, plumbing, fire protection, energy modeling, and more. This gives you a lot of options in case you need a design for your building.
Our pressure drop calculation is as easy as simply providing us with the specifics and allowing our inspection team to inspect your site. After that, you can then leave everything to us. We will be the ones to do all the computation work once we’ve gathered all the information we need, allowing you to focus more on your building.
One of the things we’re highly proud of here at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers is the fact that all of our staff are friendly and approachable. Therefore, you can easily approach and talk with us regarding your needs and concerns. If you have inquiries, you can just contact us through our Contact Us page, and our customer support representative will get back to you shortly.
We at Nearby EngineersNew York Engineers will always be here to cater to your needs, especially when it comes to your piping system. We don’t just perform calculations for pressure drops, we also conduct thermal load calculations for your HVAC system as well as design services for the various systems throughout your building.
By availing of our services, you will be able to enjoy accurate results at relatively low prices. Our experts will be there to cater to all your engineering design needs and provide you with expert recommendations for your facility. Meanwhile, our customer support will always be available 24/7 to answer any of your inquiries and concerns.
If you’re looking for a reliable partner for all your building design needs, simply get in touch with us. You can either contact us through our Contact Us page, or visit us in our offices.