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Preliminary RemarksMethods of Calculating the Air Supply of Rotary Cement Kilns
IntroductionGeneral PrinciplesDifference between Static and Dynamic Velocity
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absolute pressure absolute temperature adiabatic atmospheric pressure 14.689 Bernoulli's theorem C.G.S. units calculate Carbon Dioxide Carbon Monoxide Chapter Charles's law cm./sec constant corresponding cross-sectional area cubic feet occupied density Diam diameter of pipe difference Engineering English units equation Example expansion expressed feet/second fluid formula frictional force ft.-lbs ft./sec gas at atmospheric gases gauge given grain grams Hence horse-power required Hydrogen inches of water kinematic viscosity kinetic energy lbs./sq lbs./square inch liquid loss of head loss of pressure manometer measured mercury Methane Nitrogen nozzle orifice meter Oxygen particles passing Pitot tube pressure head pressure in lbs./square pressure Px pump quantity quartz radius resistance specific gravity sphere square inch static pressure steam Step stream-line flow Table I.—(Continued Temp terminal velocity throat ture U-tube valve vapour Venturi meter Venturi tube viscometer viscosity in C.G.S. Volume in cubic Weight in pounds whence