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Mixed Water Temperatures at a TEE

Michal
Michal Member Posts: 213
Thanks for the share, Dan, covered this last night in his seminar, Thats Wonderful

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  • Ubiquitous
    Ubiquitous Member Posts: 14
    Mixed Temperatures at a TEE

    I recently read the artical in RPA about calculating mixed temperature at a TEE. I have had a program that I made for doing this in microsoft excel for some time now. I'd like any of you who are interested to have a copy. This can sve you a little math, in case you don't want to go back to school just to get a mix calculation.
  • Steve Ebels_3
    Steve Ebels_3 Member Posts: 1,290
    Dear Ubi

    THAT'S SWEET!!!!!!!!!

    Now can you fab up a file that will do the same thing for a Low Loss Header type application?
  • Joe Mattiello
    Joe Mattiello Member Posts: 605
    add the 2, and divid by 2

    That is really neat. if you on the job, and need to know what the mix temperature is try adding the two temperatures, and divide by 2 you will get the same mix temperature everytime.

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  • ScottMP
    ScottMP Member Posts: 5,884
    THIS

    Is what makes the Wall .. SO COOL ....

    Great stuff and Thanks for sharing.

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  • Carl PE
    Carl PE Member Posts: 203
    What?

    try adding the two temperatures, and divide by 2

    Only if the two flows are the same.

    Are you having a bad day, Joe?
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