this ratio is also used in estimating the reactive loads caused by RV operation and could affect the piping stress analysis. That is why the older published methods can be simplistic, even dangerous (e.g., the current GPSA handbook shows tables using ideal gas Cp values to get to the Cp/Cv ratio for use in compressor calculations).
The horsepower may easily be off by quite a bit using an ideal Cp/Cv, especially for high pressure service and/or high compression ratios.
You have to try and include as much information about yourself and your expertise whilst keeping the content down to a paragraph of text…or less!
The use of a 'real' ratio for RV orifice sizing can result in under-sized orifices and valves being fitted.
As well as process sizing calculations for RVs, compressors, etc.
A well written Curriculum Vitae (CV) creates a positive image to future selection committees or employers, and distinguishes you from the rest of the crowd.
As questions arise in preparing your CV, and once finished, wouldn’t it be helpful to have a seasoned professional review it?
Depending on the industry, you can distinguish your resume by punching up the design, but exercise caution: a graphic artist, for example, has more creative leeway than an accountant.
Enelow’s co-author Louise Kursmark recommends using color to make your resume unique.
Since 2000 HYSYS (and possibly other simulators) has calculated a 'real' Cp/Cv Ratio as its default and this can create potential problems if used inappropriately.
As pressure increases the 'ideal' Cp/Cv Ratio typically reduces from 1.4 towards 1.2 but the 'real' ratio can increase from 1.4 to over 3 for the same scenario.
To stay professional, consider making only section headers blue, for example, and leaving the rest in black, Kursmark suggests.
And replace the outdated Times New Roman with a more modern font such as Cambria, Calibri, or Georgia, Enelow says.
ACCP student and postgraduate trainee members may submit their curriculum vitae online as a PDF document and have it randomly assigned to a volunteer ACCP member reviewer, who will provide comments and/or edits.