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Download Crane Fluid Flow Examples in MS Excel 1.11

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Includes various examples from Crane's Technical Paper Number 410, "Flow of Fluids" worked out in detail in MS Excel. Also includes pipe charts, water densities, steam tables, and friction factor charts and discussions.Example problems range from relatively simply to fairly complex. Extremely helpful for gaining an understanding of basic fluid flow problems and variable sensitivity.

 

Additional Contributions from: clarenceyue


What's New in Version 1.11 (See full changelog)

  • Minor tweak to VBA code to try to eliminate errors that some are seeing with Office 2003 and prior.


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I'm getting a compile error, "Can't find project or library" with the A1 highlighted in Module1:

' The darcy friction factor, fd, is calculated using Chen's method (1991)
A1
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Chris Haslego
Feb 23 2012 02:40 PM

I'm getting a compile error, "Can't find project or library" with the A1 highlighted in Module1:' The darcy friction factor, fd, is calculated using Chen's method (1991)A1


Check a couple of things:

1. Be sure that macros are enabled
2. If you're using a newer version of Excel, click on the Open Start button -> Excel Options->Trust Center->Trusted Locations. Make sure that the spreadsheet is saved to a trusted location on your computer before opening.
I'i've done what you've said, but I'm still getting the compile error
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Chris Haslego
Mar 09 2012 09:53 PM

I'i've done what you've said, but I'm still getting the compile error


Do you have Solver installed in your version of Excel?
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guillermolineroa
Mar 12 2012 12:08 AM
Hi all,

I'm Venezuelan, but I will write in English because I see that basically all written in English except for some post.

When I try to open the document, I get the same error as described hetzelf, I use Office 2003. I have enable macros. and the document is saved in "My Documents" on the computer I'm using, also I have installed the Solver.

Grateful beforehand.

Guillermo Linero
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Chris Haslego
Mar 20 2012 12:22 PM
If anyone else is having this issue, try to access the VBA code and find "Module1". Try commenting out this code or deleting it altogether. Save the VBA project. Save the spreadsheet, and then try to reopen. Obviously the calculation tied to this code won't work any longer, but it may stop the error from occurring.
Good one! thanks.Is there a password?Please confirm.

T.S.Murali
ITS VERY HELPFUL FOR ME BEING A CHEMICAL ENGINEER. THANKS A LOT

thanks very much,very helpful

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mahassouneh
May 10 2013 11:35 PM

Good One thanks...Can I have the Password to unprotect the spread sheets to enable me to change the parameters indicated in the Given and comments


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