carlherrnstein wrote:I found this and thought it could make life simpler
EarthWindandFire wrote:I found this link today when researching chimneys.
lsayre wrote:EarthWindandFire wrote:I found this link today when researching chimneys.
That site was quite helpful. One pascal is 0.004" of water column.
Lightning wrote:So, if I did this right.. I have about a 25 foot chimney and I'm gonna say my flue gases were about 100 degrees hotter than the outdoor temps since my pipe ran about 140 degrees give or take a few.. According to the chart that should yeild 16 pascals or a .064 inches of water on the manometer right? Question is, what about the temperature of the gases as they rise thru the stack and cool down? Oh, thats why my manometer usually read a .02 to a .04 I'm guessin.. Hey Fred the rocket science is back again