( Water hammer examples: Tyler. Water hammer in a carbon steel pipe Pehmco: Water hammer in a HDPE pipe Tsingua University: Slurry hammer in a HDPE PE80 pipe. Rev. 28.05.2016)

# Category: Slurries (xls)

## Slurry. Settling velocity according JRI.xls

(JRI recommend three types of equations to calculated limit deposition velocities, according the particle average size and pipe diameter. Rev. 04.07.2017)

## Slurry. Pumps. Power law, Bingham. Heterogeneous flow.xls

(Pump power of a power law fluid. Pump pressure of a Bingham fluid well. Pressure loss of an heterogeneous fluid. Rev. 03.06.2016)

## Slurry. Property equations and functions.xls

(Relations between slury concentrations, densities and specific weights. Rev. 03.06.2016)

## Slurry. McElvain Cave-Durand-Bingham fluids-HR value.xls. Examples 5.1 to 5.4 _Equations

(4 examples from chapter 5 of Slurry Systems Handbook. Rev. 26.04.2017)

## Slurry. Bingham pressure drop calculations.xls. Examples 5.1 to 5.4 _Equations

(4 examples from chapter 5 of Slurry Systems Handbook. Rev. 15.02.2017)

## Slurry. Basic calculations. Examples 1 to 13_ Equations and Figures_Bingham fluids.xls

(13 examples from chapter 11 of Slurry Systems Handbook. Rev. 15.02.2017)

Slurry. Basic calculations. Examples 1 to 13_ Equations and Figures_Bingham fluids

## Shperical_particle_drag_coefficient.xls

(Shperical particle drag coefficient as a function of particle Reynolds number. Rev. 05.06.2016)

## Settling_velocity_of_spherical_particles.xls

(Settling velocity of spherical particles as function of particle diameter, solids density, liquid density and liquid absolute viscosity (VBA) Rev. 05.06.2016)

## Mc_Elvain_Cave_Durand_Bingham_fluids_HR_value.xls

(This file presents functions for the calculation of two slurry correction factors applied to the deposition velocity: – Mc Elvain and Cave correction factor and Durand correction factor. (This two function are a digitalization of the curves and therefore no equation is used). – Also is presented a function for Weir – HR factor for estimating the head and the efficiency of slurries, based on the values for water (Note. Weir, in later publications, is proposing a “HR-value” determination method that also requires the impeller diameter as input data. Rev. 31.01.2014)