TE-PNY1123 24 Operations Manual
7. Qstd = .6776261[2.4035659 + .00613]
8. Qstd = .6776261[2.4096959]
9. Qstd = 1.632
some from those arrived at here. This is probably due to different calculators
carrying numbers to different decimal points. The variations are usually slight
and should not be a point of concern.
With the Qstd determined, the corrected manometer reading (FLOW
(corrected)) for this run point needs to be calculated using the following
equation:
FLOW (corrected) = [Sqrt("H2O)(Pa/760)(298/Ta)]
FLOW (corrected) = sampler manometer readings corrected to current
Pa and Ta "H2O = sampler manometer reading
during calibration
Pa = ambient barometric pressure during calibration, mm Hg.
760 = standard barometric pressure, a constant that never changes, mm Hg
Ta = ambient temperature during calibration, K (K =273 + Celsius)
298 = standard temperature, a constant that never changes, K
Inserting the data from run point one from the calibration worksheet (two
manometers) we get:
FLOW (corrected) = [Sqrt(5.4)(757/760)(298/293)]
FLOW (corrected) = Sqrt(5.47047)
FLOW (corrected) = 2.3389035