The community here is second to none - after a post on my personal list of ideas for getting 'unstuck' in hydraulic calculations last week, I received a handful of encouraging emails and a string of great commentary.
Being an engineer and a son of two accountants, I can't help but turn those everything into a spreadsheet. With the tips last week and great feedback sent in, here is a PDF tipsheet that includes a quick rundown of ideas to consider when fine tuning and getting 'unstuck' while running fire sprinkler hydraulic calculations. Click the image or link below to download.
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Joseph Meyer, PE, owns/operates his own Fire Protection Engineering practice in St. Louis, Missouri. See bio on About page.