Have you ever been curious about the difference between flow and pressure is in piping systems? If you are, you must tune in to watch this video. This video gives you an overview of the hydraulics of pipes and flow interruptions. Now, let’s get started!
If you think about the flow in pipelines, it will not come as a surprise that there’ll be a loss of tension caused by friction or turbulence. There are many similarities among circuits that are electrical, fluids in pipes, and the liquids that are inside. Since conductors are able to resist the flow of electricity, pipes are also resistant to the flow of the fluid. In the event of a high flow that is higher than the velocity of fluid, bigger pipe fittings are slower, while smaller pipes will be able to achieve higher speed. Different configurations of pipes can have different effects on both pressure and flow.
Though pressure on pipelines are monitored throughout the day, there is still the possibility that it may cause damage or corrosion. It is vital to carefully establish the piping system. If they are not installed correctly then, they could cause the leakage of water or even an explosion. To find out more about process of piping and the pressure systems, keep watching the video!