Tank Calculator Deluxe
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of Tank Calculator Deluxe (1.8 Mbytes)
Put this file into a temporary directory and then
unzip it to extract the setup files. Amongst the setup files will
be the file setup.exe. Execute setup.exe and it will automatically
go through the Windows setup routine.
Overview of Tank Calculator Deluxe
Tank Calculator Deluxe is really three programs in
one. Each of the three programs is described below.
Overview of Tank Calculator
||Allows tank operators
to input the Tank Diameter, Tank Length, and current Product
Levels to determine the Gross Product Volume in the tank.
||Tank shapes can be
either Flat Ended (steel), Cylindrical (fiberglass), or Vertical
(Aboveground). The program assumes that the ends of cylindrical
shaped tanks are true hemispheres.
||Users can select between
a variety of English and metric units for lengths, volumes,
||Tank Chart Generator
Utility generates tank charts at a user specified increment.
Charts can be printed out directly from the software.
Overview of Pipeline Leak Calculator
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) requires that leak detection
equipment used on pressurized pipelines be capable of meeting certain
performance standards. At the minimum, a leak detector which is
capable of detecting leaks of 3.0 gallons per hour (gal/hr) or larger
on an hourly basis must be installed on all pressurized piping.
Other options include the use of equipment which is capable of detecting
0.20 gal/hr on a monthly basis or an annual test capable of detecting
leaks of 0.10 gal/hr. The probability of detecting a leak of stated
size must be 95% or greater with a probability of a false alarm
(declaring a tight line to be leaking) of no more than 5%.
To provide a mechanism for achieving compliance with these requirements,
the EPA has developed a test protocol "Standard Test Procedures
for Evaluating Leak Detection Methods: Pressurized Pipeline Leak
Detection Systems", EPA/530/UST-90/010, September, 1990.
The EPA test protocol defines the leak rates in terms of pressure.
A 3.0 gal/hr leak is defined at 10 psi. Higher pressures will increase
the leak rate and lower pressures will decrease the leak rate.
A 0.2 gal/hr leak is defined at pump operating pressure which will
vary depending on the type and condition of the pump. Typically,
pump operating pressures range from 20 to 35 psi but they may be
higher or lower. Higher pressures will increase the leak rate and
lower pressures will decrease the leak rate.
A 0.1 gal/hr leak is defined at 1.5 times the pump operating pressure
Again, this will vary depending on the type and condition of the
Overview of Delivery Temperature Calculator
The delivery temperature Calculator allows a tank
operator to determine the temperature and volume of a product delivery.
If the tank operator inputs the volume and temperature of product
in the tank before the delivery occurs and again after the delivery
finishes the temperature and volume of the delivery is calculated.
Report Bugs/Provide Input
Users can report errors or provide input on what they'd like to
see in future versions by sending e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org