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I am doing hydro test in normal galvanized pipe. During hydro test the ambient temperature is 43 degree Celsius. Test pressure is 24 bar and holding time is 1 hour. The problem is when I set pressure in 24 bar after 1 hour of holding time it became 26.5 bar. Pressure increased 2.5 bar. Is there any scientific reason behind increasing 2.5 bar?
In VDU we are facing problem in HVGO SECTION, that HVGO pump suction strainer periodically choking?
What’s the causes?
I have been entrusted with the task of assigning line numbers to refinery circuits, not something of which I have any experience or training. Are there any industry standard numbering conventions?
What are the criteria for sizing a restriction orifice?
Is there any way to clean 80 inch submerged intake seawater in water-free situation? In other words, is it possible to plug both side of 2 km pipe and discharge the encapsulated water?
We recently received a batch of jet fuel, which test within the refinery indicated was within specification (40 ° Celsius). However,when sent through a pipeline of 45 kilometres to the company's warehouse, and after being allowed an appropriate period of stability, we took homogeneous samples of the tank and found the flash point was was 37.8 Celsius. How has this change occurred?
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