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TOPIC: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...??

6 years 1 month ago #8312

  • rlpooniya
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In symmetrical air cooler / Heat Exchanger piping why Tee with end cap are used instead 90 degree elbow


Is it process requirement / stress requirement....or any other

Re: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...?? 6 years 1 month ago #6820

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It's so that the flow is as near as is possible to an equal distribution to each unit.

Re: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...?? 6 years 4 weeks ago #6823

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Take a REAL close look at the drawing of the header piping and the answer will be clear!
Do it once and Do it Right

Re: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...?? 6 years 3 weeks ago #6828

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It's so that the flow is as near as is possible to an equal distribution to each unit.


Dear sir
Kindly refer the following sketch-

90 degree Elbow instead of TEE WITH END CAP for turning (in branch A, B, C & D), how it will effect Equal distribution?


Pls let me know

Re: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...?? 6 years 3 weeks ago #6831

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Take a REAL close look at the drawing of the header piping and the answer will be clear!

The subjected concept is still not clear, please educate me..........

Re: Why Tee with end cap are used instead of elbow...?? 6 years 3 weeks ago #6832

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rlpooniya,
Sorry, my fault!
I assumed you would know the difference between a "Schematic Diagram" and a "Dimensional Scale Drawing" or in the case of CAD (which ever one you are using) a full size model of the two different types of fitting make-up connections.

Your other question "Is it process requirement / stress requirement....or any other?"
- It is not a process requirement
- It is not a stress requirement

- It is purely a Dimensional issue
Do it once and Do it Right
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