Pipe Enlargement Calculator

Enter value and click on calculate. Result will be displayed.
`K=2.6×sin(θ/2)×(1-β^2)^2 `    ( θ ≤ 45° )
`K=(1-β^2)^2 `    ( 45° < θ ≤ 180° )
θ = Angle of Approach      β = dminor / dmajor

Enter Your Values:

Angle of Approach:
(Enter Angle Less than 180°)
Rev / Minute


K value:
Pipe Enlargement Calculator

Changes in fluid velocity caused by changes in the fitting diameter are obtained by fitting. The pressure drop is also velocity dependent, changing in the direction of the fit.

This formula is used to calculate the K value of tube amplification.

Example of use
Input data:

Gradient angle: 90


Click "Calculate" to output data

K value: 4.09658e+6

Progressive angle input angle less than 180 degrees

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