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asked Compute convective heat transfer coefficient for a condensing steam
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accepted Flow Resistance and Pressures in Split Pipes
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13
comment Flow Resistance and Pressures in Split Pipes
Ok, thanks for this. In this case there is a motor keeping the pressure constant upstream.
Oct
12
comment Flow Resistance and Pressures in Split Pipes
So....if one resistance increases, the flow in that circuit, and therefore the total flow is going to drop?
Oct
11
comment Flow Resistance and Pressures in Split Pipes
Why is $P_A$ = $P_B$. Doesn't the pressure depend on downstream conditions. If one of the resistances increase, more flow is going to be diverted into the other pipe (velocity increases) and according to Bernoulli, the pressure is going to drop?
Oct
10
asked Flow Resistance and Pressures in Split Pipes
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awarded  Notable Question
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awarded  Popular Question
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
26
revised Diffussivity of gases, molecular weight and Lewis number
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revised Diffussivity of gases, molecular weight and Lewis number
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25
revised Diffussivity of gases, molecular weight and Lewis number
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25
revised Diffussivity of gases, molecular weight and Lewis number
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25
asked Diffussivity of gases, molecular weight and Lewis number
Nov
20
comment Why does the specific thrust of an ideal turbojet drop with increasing compressor pressure ratio?
follow up: Do you know why specific fuel consumption has a minimum if losses are considered?
Oct
30
accepted Why does the specific thrust of an ideal turbojet drop with increasing compressor pressure ratio?
Oct
30
asked Why does the specific thrust of an ideal turbojet drop with increasing compressor pressure ratio?
Oct
11
comment Compressible flow - subsonic to supersonic and the 2nd law of thermodynamics
I just did not see the link between the normal shock solution and the constant area duct. What if there is friction in the variable area duct? Is it still a violation? If my converging diverging nozzle has friction?
Oct
11
asked Compressible flow - subsonic to supersonic and the 2nd law of thermodynamics
Oct
10
accepted Reynolds number and inertial force