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Taz
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PostPosted: Mon Apr 10, 2006 2:40 am    Post subject: Tube Length help Reply with quote

Guys,

its been a while since I have had to do these calcs and was hoping
someone might be able to assist me jump start the process.

I am calculating tubing length needed to heat up from ambient to 400C
in a, for example, vertical furnace, the following two streams:
1 to 50 SLPM of pure methane,
1-50 SLPM of stream containing: 1-3% H2, 3.3-6% H2O, 0.4-1% CO,
1.7-3.4%
CO2, balance CH4

I am trying to develop a template such that one can just enter the
concentrations and desired temp and end up with length of tubing
needed.

Any recommendations on where to start?

Taz
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