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TOPIC: internal support for steel schedule 80 pipe

5 years 10 months ago #8325

  • phantomofky
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I currently have a situation where I use 1" schedule 80 steel pipe to feed two .203 ports and maintain 7k psi water pressure. due to the application external support is not possible. I am trying to minimize sag. I have considered using an X or Y configuration essentially creating a 21' steel X and placing it thru the pipe. and spot welding it in place thru drilled ports. what I would like to know is in order to keep sufficient volume to feed the two .203 ports and maintain the 7k psi what thickness steel to use and what diameter pipe I may have to use to in order to maintain this volume and pressure. if more information is needed I will try to supply as much as I can. I am also dealing with 30 to 50 mph of turbulence and 1000 to 2000 degree temperatures.
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