rated flow

rated flow

[′rād·əd ′flō]
(engineering)
Normal operating flow rate at which a fluid product is passed through a vessel or piping system.
Flow rate for which a vessel or process system is designed.
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The dripper models showed performances varying in the degree of clogging and CVQ, and the dripper with rated flow (2.
Pressure drop at the rated flow rate can vary, depending on where the cooling coil is located in the system hydraulic gradient curve.
But when it comes to standard air dryers, there is a "Three-100s Rule": Operating conditions should not exceed 100 psig inlet pressure, 100[degrees]F inlet temperature, or 100 percent rated flow.
47 L/s (1 cfm), whichever is greater (using the recommended digital gage) and a rated flow range of 4.
Clean pressure loss at the rated flow of 5300 cubic metre per hour is just 260Pa.
Based on this monitoring, the flow rate of the MAU was found on average to be very similar to the rated flow rate of 1,560 L/s (3,300 cfm) at a static pressure of 250 Pa.
Then, according to Equation 1, the pressure drop through a HX section can be evaluated in terms of actual and rated flow conditions according to
Flows that are 2-3 times the rated flow usually cause motor overloads or belt drive failures unless the motors are oversized.
The largest of the systems is the High Pressure Loop (HPL), which has the highest rated flow capacity and line pressure and is designed for major transportation pipeline metering; a Low Pressure Loop (LPL) for gathering and LDC applications is similar in configuration but smaller in scale and runs at lower flow rates and line pressures.
v] factor corresponds to the valve pressure drop at the full rated flow when the valve is wide open.