Souders-Brown Equation Calculator

The Souders–Brown equation was named after Mott Souders and George Granger Brown, which is used to find the maximum allowable vapor velocity in vapour-liquid separation vessels. Use this online Souders-Brown equation calculator to calculate the apparent porosity for the given values of liquid density, vapor density and vapor velocity factor. Apparent Porosity (% AP) is defined as the open pore volume against the Bulk Volume expressed as a percentage.

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This Souders-Brown equation calculator uses the Souders-Brown equation to calculate the Apparent Porosity percentage, which helps to identify the maximum allowable vapor velocity in the vapor - liquid separation vessels. These vessels include flash drums, compressor drums, etc.