AHL FKVaCbDy m100 m2M

where F = factor to correct for temperature, pipe roughness, pulp type, freeness, or safety factor (refer to Appendix D) K = numerical coefficient (constant for a given pulp), obtained from Table II or IIA V = bulk velocity (m/s)

C = consistency (oven-dried, expressed as a percentage, not decimally) D = pipe inside diameter (mm) a, b, y = exponents (constant for a given pulp), obtained from Table II or IIA

where C = consistency (oven-dried, expressed as a percentage, not decimally).

D = pipe inside diameter (mm)

where K = loss coefficient for a given fitting V1 = inlet velocity (m/s) g = acceleration due to gravity (9.81 m/s2)

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