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Project:

Subject: FITRE FIGHTING WATER NEEDS CALCULATIONS Document No. :

Input reference Documents:

Codes & Standards:

NFPA 1 Fire Prevention Code

NFPA 10 Stadard for Fire Extinguishers NFPA 11 Standard for Low Expansion Foam

NFPA 13 Standard for the Installation of Sprinkler Systems NFPA 14 Standard for the Installation of Standpipe & Hose System NFPA 15 Standard for Water Spray Fixed System for Fire protection NFPA 16

NFPA 20 Standard fo the Installation of Centrifugal Fire Pumps NFPA 22 Standard for Water Tanks for Private Fire Protection NFPA 24

NFPA 30 Flammable and Combustible Liquid Codes NFPA 72 National Fire Alarm Code

NFPA 101 Life Safety Codes NFPA 850

Design Parameters:

Flow rate for Fire Protection pumpset 1500.00

94.53

Pipe Material Properties Type A High Density Polyethelene Pipes (HDPE) 1.5000E-06

Type B Carbon Steel (Galvanized Pipes) 1.5200E-04

Fluid Type

Water properties

Temp. 20.00

Kinematic Viscosity 1.0000E-03

Density 1000.00

Standard for the Installation of Deluge Foam-water sprinkler and Foam Water Spray System

Standard for the Installation of Private Fire Service Mains and their Appurtances

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Head of the Pump Static Head

Residual Pressure , req'd at hydrant Pressure Drop through Pipe, friction Pressure Drop through Pressure Pressure Drop through valves & Fittings

Total =

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Gallon per Minutes(gal./m) liters per seconds (l/s) High Density Polyethelene Pipes (HDPE)

Roughness of Coeff. Carbon Steel (Galvanized Pipes)

Roughness of Coeff.

deg Celcius N-s/m2 kg/m3 Standard for the Installation of Deluge Foam-water sprinkler and Foam Water Spray System

Standard for the Installation of Private Fire Service Mains and their Appurtances

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6.00 m 10.00 m #REF! m #REF! m 20.00 m #REF! m #REF! m

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Project:

Subject: FITRE FIGHTING WATER NEEDS CALCULATIONS Document No. :

Design Parameters:

Flow rate for Fire Protection pumpset 1500.00

94.53

Pipe Material Properties Type A High Density Polyethelene Pipes (HDPE) 1.5000E-06

Type B Carbon Steel (Galvanized Pipes) 1.5200E-04

Fluid Type

Water properties

Temp. 20.00

Kinematic Viscosity 1.0000E-03

Density 1000.00

FLOW CHARACTERISTICS

Pipe Flow Pipe Length Reynolds Number Inernal ("mm") Outer (mm) m3/s "m" "Re"

1.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 30.00 641540.34 2.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 73.00 641540.34 3.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 4.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 31.00 641540.34 5.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 40.00 641540.34 6.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 7.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 8.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 15.00 641540.34 9.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 10.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 11.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 12.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 13.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 14.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 31.00 641540.34 15.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 40.00 641540.34 16.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 17.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 42.00 815399.51 18.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 20.00 815399.51 19.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 25.00 815399.51 20.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 13.00 815399.51 21.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 82.00 815399.51 22.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 126.00 815399.51 23.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 262.00 815399.51 24.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 62.00 815399.51 25.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 28.00 815399.51 26.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 50.00 815399.51 27.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 20.00 815399.51 28.00 147.60 160.00 0.0945 28.00 815399.51 29.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 23.00 641540.34 30.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 31.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 32.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 23.00 641540.34 33.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 38.00 641540.34 34.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 28.00 641540.34 35.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 5.00 641540.34 36.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 33.00 641540.34

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37.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 100.00 641540.34 38.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 39.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 40.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 62.00 641540.34 41.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 62.00 641540.34 42.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 62.00 641540.34 43.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 44.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 45.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 358.00 641540.34 46.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 50.00 641540.34 47.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 100.00 641540.34 48.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 50.00 641540.34 49.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 100.00 641540.34 50.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 35.00 641540.34 51.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 40.00 641540.34 52.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 53.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 54.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 30.00 641540.34 55.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 40.00 641540.34 56.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 57.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 42.00 641540.34 58.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 59.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 60.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34 61.00 187.60 200.00 0.0945 81.00 641540.34

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Friction factor will calculated according to Moody Equation

HEADLOSS COMPUTATIONS-PHASE I

Pipe Diameter friction factor Velocity Pipe Type Pipe Length

Inernal ("mm") f m/s "m" 1.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 30.00 2.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 73.00 3.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 35.00 4.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 31.00 5.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 40.00 6.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 42.00 7.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 42.00 8.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 15.00 9.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 10.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 11.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 12.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 13.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 14.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 31.00 15.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 40.00 16.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 42.00 17.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 42.00 18.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 20.00 19.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 25.00 20.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 13.00 21.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 82.00 22.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 126.00 23.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 262.00 24.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 62.00 25.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 28.00 26.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 50.00 27.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 20.00 28.00 147.60 0.0114 5.5244 A 28.00 29.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 23.00 30.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 31.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 32.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 23.00 33.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 38.00 34.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 28.00 35.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 5.00 36.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 33.00 37.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 100.00 38.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 39.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 40.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 62.00 41.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 62.00 42.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 62.00 43.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 44.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 35.00 45.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 358.00 Pipe No.

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46.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 50.00 47.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 100.00 48.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 50.00 49.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 100.00 50.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 35.00 51.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 40.00 52.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 42.00 53.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 B 42.00 54.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 30.00 55.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 40.00 56.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 42.00 57.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 42.00 58.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 59.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 60.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 61.00 187.60 0.0119 3.4197 A 81.00 TOTAL

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Gallon per Minutes(gal./m) liters per seconds (l/s) High Density Polyethelene Pipes (HDPE)

Roughness of Coeff. Carbon Steel (Galvanized Pipes)

Roughness of Coeff. deg Celcius N-s/m2 kg/m3 turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I Project Phase Remarks

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turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow I turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II turbulent flow II

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Head Loss Pressure Drop due to friction, hf DP, (Pa)

3.000000 0.013759 2.754804 0.033481 1.320796 1.626672 1.169848 1.440767 1.509482 1.859054 1.584956 1.952007 1.584956 1.952007 0.566056 0.006880 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 1.169848 0.014218 1.509482 0.018346 1.584956 0.019263 5.040341 0.063894 2.400163 0.030426 3.000203 0.038032 1.560106 0.019777 9.840667 0.124746 15.121024 0.191683 31.442130 0.398578 7.440504 0.094320 3.360228 0.042596 6.000406 0.076065 2.400163 0.030426 3.360228 0.042596 0.867952 0.010549 1.320796 0.016053 1.320796 0.016053 0.867952 0.010549 1.434007 0.017429 1.056637 0.012842 0.188685 0.002293 1.245322 0.015135 3.773704 0.045865 1.320796 0.016053 1.320796 0.016053 2.339696 0.028436 2.339696 0.028436 2.339696 0.028436 1.320796 0.016053 1.320796 0.016053 13.509860 0.164196

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1.886852 0.022932 3.773704 0.045865 1.886852 0.022932 3.773704 0.045865 1.320796 1.626672 1.509482 1.859054 1.584956 1.952007 1.584956 1.952007 1.132111 0.013759 1.509482 0.018346 1.584956 0.019263 1.584956 0.019263 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 3.056700 0.037151 197.25 18.48

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Project:

Subject: FITRE FIGHTING WATER NEEDS CALCULATIONS Document No. :

VALVES & FITTINGS LOSSES Pipe Diameter

Outer ("mm") m/s ft/s Qty k Qty

1.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 2.0 0.160 2.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 1.0 0.160 3.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 1.0 0.160 4.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 4.0 0.160 5.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 6.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 7.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 4.0 0.160 8.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 2.0 0.160 9.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 10.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 11.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 12.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 13.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 14.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 15.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 16.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 17.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 1.0 0.180 18.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 1.0 0.180 19.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 6.0 0.180 20.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 1.0 0.180 21.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 4.0 0.180 22.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 23.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 24.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 25.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 26.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 27.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 28.00 160.00 5.524 18.126 0.180 29.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 30.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 31.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160 32.00 200.00 3.420 11.220 0.160

#REF! #REF! 3.420 11.220 #REF!

#REF! #REF! 3.420 11.220 #REF!

Velocity Pipe

Route No.

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#REF! #REF! 3.420 11.220 #REF!

Head of the Pump Static Head

Residual Pressure , req'd at hydrant Pressure Drop through Pipe, friction Pressure Drop through Pressure Pressure Drop through valves & Fittings

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Total hf={kV2/2g /[(3.281)]}

k Qty k Qty k k equiv. m

0.120 1.0 0.550 1.0 0.075 0.361 0.22 0.120 1.0 0.550 0.0 0.075 0.160 0.10 0.120 1.0 0.550 1.0 0.075 0.201 0.12 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.888 0.53 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.120 2.0 0.550 4.0 0.075 0.970 0.58 0.120 1.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.444 0.26 0.120 4.0 0.550 8.0 0.075 1.320 0.79 0.120 4.0 0.550 8.0 0.075 1.320 0.79 0.120 4.0 0.550 8.0 0.075 1.320 0.79 0.120 5.0 0.550 8.0 0.075 1.650 0.98 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.120 2.0 0.550 3.0 0.075 0.248 0.15 0.130 2.0 0.600 4.0 0.120 0.756 1.18 0.130 0.600 3.0 0.120 0.180 0.28 0.130 3.0 0.600 6.0 0.120 2.376 3.69 0.130 2.0 0.600 3.0 0.120 0.612 0.95 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.720 1.12 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.130 0.600 0.120 0.000 0.00 0.120 0.550 0.075 0.000 0.00 0.120 0.550 0.075 0.000 0.00 0.120 0.550 0.075 0.000 0.00 0.120 0.550 0.075 0.000 0.00

#REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF!

#REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF!

Gate Valves 45deg Bends Tees (Branch Flow)

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#REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! #REF! TOTAL #REF! 6.0 m 6.0 m m 10.0 m 10.0 m m #REF! m #REF! m m #REF! m #REF! m m 20.0 m 20.0 m m

Total = #REF! m #REF! m m

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