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Old   October 19, 1999, 13:56
Default Need Calculator Method for 2-phase flow
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Can anyone point me to or provide a suitable computational method for determining 2-phase flow pressure losses in pipes. I am particularily interested in O&G pipelines and refinery piping. Horizontal & vertical pipelines a must. Inclined pipes would be nice. 10-20% accuracy is acceptable. Efficient code is preferred. I use an HP-48GX. Thanks in advance.
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