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Hydraulic Conversions + Calculations Excel

Hydraulic Conversions + Calculations Excel

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Calculates & converts hydraulic variables based on input data. Uses imperial and metric units. Worksheet is password protected except for input cells (green). Hold cursor over 'calculated' cell to pop up comment window and read formula.
Calculates & converts hydraulic variables based on input data. Uses imperial and metric units. Worksheet is password protected except for input cells (green). Hold cursor over 'calculated' cell to pop up comment window and read formula.

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Pressure PSI Bar Atm. Ton(M)/M² kPa Volume In³ cc³ Gal.

Liter Area In² cc² Power Horsepower Kw Btu/Hr Calorie/Min Torque Inch Pounds Newton Meter Kg Centimeter Flow Rate GPM Liter/Min (dm³/min) In³/Sec cc³/Sec Kg/Hr (see comment) Velocity Foot/Sec Inch/Sec Cent./Sec Pump Displacement (In³/Rev) Displacement (cc³/Rev)

Input №

Conversions

Calculated 0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00 0.00

Enter a value in the input column in any category (i.e. 20 next to GPM) and it converts into category (i.e. 20 next to Bar), it will calculate the HP required (3.87 and states the units u RPM) it will calculate pump displacement (23.1 and states the units used in that calculatio have a pressure and flow it will calculate extend velocity, area of cap and force of cap. Any sets of variables. Pause your cursor over the desired calculated cell (i.e. D32) and the co

sets of variables. Pause your cursor over the desired calculated cell (i.e. D32) and the co

"Constants" Input № Water (#/gal) 8.35 Specific Gravity(@60°F) Sp. Heat (BTU/((Lb°F)) Boiling point (°F)

Conversions Calculated 8.3451 0.8710 usually .89-.92, DTE-24=0.871, DTE-25=0 0.45 0.00 1100

Conductor O.D. (In.) I.D. (In.) Wall thick (In.) Velocity (Ft/Sec) Speed RPM Radian/Min Energy Btu Calorie Foot Pound Kw Hour Cylinder (Sngl acting) Bore (Dia. In.) Stroke (In.) Rod (In.) Extend Vel. (In/Sec) Retract Vel. (In/Sec) Area In² Cap Area In² Rod Force Cap (Lbs.) Force Rod (Lbs.) Misc Factors ∆P (PSI) ∆Temp (°F) % Efficiency Force (Lbs.) Visc. (SUS) Visc. (cSt) Temperature (°F) Temperature (°C)

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

0.00

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Must be less than 87.515 0.00

o GPM) and it converts into the other units in the category. If you also enter a value in the pressure 3.87 and states the units used in the calculation). Or if you enter a value for RPM (i.e. 200 next to units used in that calculation). And if you enter a value for cylinder bore (i.e. 5), since you already f cap and force of cap. Any cell with zero in the calculated column can be derived from one or more ed cell (i.e. D32) and the comment window will pop up a list of various methods for calculating the

2, DTE-24=0.871, DTE-25=0.876

han 87.515

er a value in the pressure or RPM (i.e. 200 next to e. 5), since you already derived from one or more hods for calculating the

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