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A Simplified Pipeline Calculations Program: Isothermal Gas Flow (2
Full Text(PDF, )  PP.113-116  
Author(s)
Tonye K. Jack
KEYWORDS
Isothermal pipeline design, pipe sizing, piping program, gas pipelines, engineering on spreadsheet, spreadsheet solutions
ABSTRACT
The familiarity and user friendliness of the Microsoft Excel TM spreadsheet environment allows the practicing engineer to develop engineering desktop companion tools to carry out routine calculations. A Multitask single screen gas pipeline sizing calculation program is developed in Microsoft Excel TM. Required equations, and data sources for such development is provided.
References
[1] T.K. Jack, ―A Simplified Pipeline Calculations Program: Liquid Flow (1)‖, International Journal of Scientific & Engineering Research, submitted for publication. (Pending publication).

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