Internal Flow Systems has become the standard reference for engineers concerned with pipe and duct systems, from large-scale civil engineering projects to small-scale process plant operations. The data and procedures have been adopted worldwide by many organisations as an essential part of their design and analysis methods. In this completely revised second edition the text has been rewritten, two new chapters have been added and performance data reclassified.
Origins of Pressure LossesCalculation of System Pressure, Flow or SizeManagement of Design of Flow Size Internal Flows Cavitation Compressible FlowFriction in Pipes and PassagesTurning Flow – Bends Correcting for Bend-Bend Interactions Diffusion - Diffusers Combined Turning and Diffusion FlowDividing and Combining FlowMiscellaneous System Components
INTERNAL FLOW SYSTEMS
(2nd completely revised edition)
Edited by D.S. Miller 1996, 396pp, Hardcovers, 234x156mm ISBN 0-947711-77-5
For anyone studying or working in the field of pipe flow who doesn't know Internal Flow Systems, my advice can only be "you should!"
Review in Pipe and Pipelines International P.B Clark (Binnie & Partners, UK)