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What is the procedure or calculation of controlvalve selection

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Asked by gopal das, 22 Mar '13 12:34 pm
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Open calculation module
Select calculation type that you need it (for this topic is control valve)
Enter tag number
Click highlight to show fields which need to be filled (Service, Fluid State, Line Number, Line Size)
Enter data from process which need to be filled as calculation data
Click calculate after finish
If Control Valve Calculation window showed then you have to adjust the coloumn filled (Calculation Method, Flow Coeficient, Noise calculation method, etc) based on your requirement
Click calculate after finish then intools will show you the results from Cv value, Regime & Noise Condition for @minimum, @normal & @maximum load condition
Answered by Quest, 23 Mar '13 02:33 am

 
  
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Open calculation module
Select calculation type that you need it (for this topic is control valve)
Enter tag number
Click highlight to show fields which need to be filled (Service, Fluid State, Line Number, Line Size)
Enter data from process which need to be filled as calculation data
Click calculate after finish
If Control Valve Calculation window showed then you have to adjust the coloumn filled (Calculation Method, Flow Coeficient, Noise calculation method, etc) based on your requirement
Click calculate after finish then intools will show you the results from Cv value, Regime & Noise Condition for @minimum, @normal & @maximum load condition
Answered by rajan, 22 Mar '13 12:48 pm

 
  
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Open calculation module
Select calculation type that you need it (for this topic is control valve)
Enter tag number
Click highlight to show fields which need to be filled (Service, Fluid State, Line Number, Line Size)
Enter data from process which need to be filled as calculation data
Click calculate after finish
If Control Valve Calculation window showed then you have to adjust the coloumn filled (Calculation Method, Flow Coeficient, Noise calculation method, etc) based on your requirement
Click calculate after finish then intools will show you the results from Cv value, Regime & Noise Condition for @minimum, @normal & @maximum load condition

I think the steps above are enought for you and for more information please open Help module, there are more advice for you need it,
Answered by Psycho, 22 Mar '13 12:40 pm

 
  
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