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Such a loss is related to the velocity by the fitting loss coefficient K: 2 V Loss of section = K ------ 2g (32) Chapter 35 and the Pipe Friction Manual (Hydraulic Institute 1961) have information for pipe applications. Chapter 34 gives information for airflow. The same type of fitting in pipes and ducts may give a different loss, because flow disturbances are controlled by the detailed geometry of the fitting. The elbow of a small pipe may be a threaded fitting that differs from a bend in a circular duct.
Symbols ................................................................................... H EAT is energy in transit due to a temperature difference. The thermal energy is transferred from one region to another by three modes of heat transfer: conduction, convection, and radiation. Heat transfer is among a group of energy transport phenomena that includes mass transfer (see Chapter 5), momentum transfer or fluid friction (see Chapter 2), and electrical conduction. Transport phenomena have similar rate equations, in which flux is proportional to a potential difference.