The FLOW CONSULTANTTM was developed by Richard W. Miller in 1987 and has been continuously updated for the latest Microsoft (R) operating systems.
The internationally recognized comprehensive reference tool for sizing, flow-rate & differential pressure computations to the current standards, The FLOW CONSULTANT TM covers all the differential producers presented in The Flow Measurement Engineering Handbook: all ranges of orifice, nozzle, venturi, fixed geometry and v-cone meters to the latest standards.
Data can be exported to an Excel TM worksheet in the ISA format or Modify the ISA format datasheet to create a custom company specific worksheet.
Exclusive engineering features include continual checks for Cavitation or Flashing Flows, Critical (Choked) Flow-Rate Computations, Restrictive Orifice Computations, Energy and Overall Pressure Loss and unique solutions derived by R.W. Miller for computations outside standard limits.
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''Through two previous editions, thousands of international engineers have turned to this handbook for reliable and complete information on the selection, design, specification, and installation of flowmeters to measure liquid, gas, and steam flows within all engineering applications.
''Now the Third Edition brings you completely up to date, with new and expanded coverage of: The latest ISO, ASME, and ANSI-related standards--including guidelines for implementing them in your designs and installations. Meter influence quantities for all flowmeters; widely used flowmeters around the world, including thermal mass, GILFLO, "V" Cone, wedge flow-meter, Laminar Flow elements, and pilot tubes; The latest proposed orifice and nozzle equations, complete with examples.
''As practical as it is authoritative, this handbook serves as a single-source guide for selecting, sizing, and performing pipe flow rate calculations. It features both customary and SI equations throughout. . .complete coverage of fluid properties and equations of state. . .key information on seven-place equation constants and simplifying equations. . .and includes many examples, graphs, tables, and practical applications to aid in decision making, improve job performance, and save time and expense.
''This comprehensive reference covers everything from industry-wide standards and practices, to specific descriptions and examples, to physical property data and installation requirements. As a result, this edition remains the standard reference in the field and is the only guide to flowmeter engineering that you'll ever need.''