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Pipe Diameter 14 Inch

Mass Flow Rate of Condensate 120000 Kg/hr 264552 lb/hr

Condensate Pressure Before Flashing 40 Kg/cm2G 583.14 psia

Flasher Condesate Header Pressure 5 Kg/cm2G 85.34 psia

Constant A 0.2

Constant X 2.32

Constant B 0.01

Weight Fraction of Condensate


flashed to Vapour 0.2

Flashed Steam Flow Rate 23946.59 Kg/hr 52792.65 lb/hr

Flashed Condensate Liquid Flow 96053.41 Kg/hr 211759.35 lb/hr

Temperature of Flashed Condensate 253.27 ° C 487.89 ° F

Flashed Steam Density 3.01 kg/m3 0.19 lb/ft3

Flashed Condensate Liquid Density 910.81 kg/m3 56.86 lb/ft3

Density of Mixture (Flashed


Condensate/Steam) 14.88 kg/m3 0.93 lb/ft3

For Turbulent Flow

Friction Factor 0.01

Pressure Drop of Flashed Condensate


mixture 0.59 psi/100ft

Velocity of Flashed Condensate


mixture 4437.05 ft/min

Line Size is adequate


Assumptions:

1. Most of the flow patterns for steam condensate headers fall within the
annular or dispersed region on the baker map. Rarely flow pattern falls in slug
flow region.
2. Flashed steam is less than 30% by weight.
3. Vapour-liquid mixture throughout the condensate line is represented by
mixture conditions near the end of the line.

Method:

1. Amount of condensate flashed is calculated.


2. Further to above the density of the mixture (condensate+flashed steam) is
found out.
3. Using two pressure drop correlations, pressure per 100 ft. is calculated.
4. Also, the velocity of the mixture in the line of specified size is calculated. If
the velocity is lower than 5000 Foot/Min., the specified line size is said to be
adequate.