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Download Pressure Drop Calculations for Power Law Fluids

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Pressure drop calculations associated with non-Newtonian fluids.

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Good spreadsheet.

I contains however the erratas found in the source Handbook.

The corrections had been discussed in these forums and can be downloaded at the end of the following link:

Waiting the new revision.

Chris Haslego
Aug 31 2011 03:18 PM
We'll get to work on a revision.
I see that this spreadsheet hasn't been revised since it was posted. I'd like to use it but I don't see a clear way to cross-reference the errata document with this spreadsheet.
Dear all,
This spreadsheet is based on following article in Chemical engineering.
Darby, R., Take the Mystery Out of Non-Newtonian Fluids, Chem. Eng., March 2001, pp. 66–73.

The Errata as pointed by Sheiko for book FLUID MECHANICS for CHEMICAL ENGINEERS, 2nd ed 2008, does not apply to this section of work which is mainly based on eqns 6.48 to 6.50 on page 166 of this book.
Eqn 6.60 which is anywhere near the topic is for bingham plastic fluids.

However I would be happy to revise and repost if some specific points are raised.
Ahmed Shafik
Mar 07 2012 04:07 AM
Good One
Thank you
Aries Satriyo
Jun 07 2013 02:16 PM

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Chris Haslego
Jun 12 2013 02:31 PM

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