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accepted How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
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comment How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
@tpg2114 Idealised - it's basically for a "back-of-the-envelope" style estimation.
Feb
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comment How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
@tpg2114 OK the question has been reworded. Hopefully it's much clearer and accurate now!
Feb
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revised How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
Reworded question (again!)
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comment How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
Ah I see what you mean - yes OK the question needs rephrasing.
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revised How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
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comment How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
@tpg2114 I agree, but if I place a restriction in a pipe as described in the question, I'm expecting to see a larger pressure drop across it than across the pipe on it's own, and I'm trying to figure out how to calculate that.
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Feb
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revised How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
Rewrote the question to make it more general.
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asked How to calculate the increased pressure drop due to a restriction?
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asked What forces act on an object submerged in flowing fluid in an enclosed environment (i.e pipe)?
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comment How to calculate the volume of water in a certain amount of air, given the relative humidity?
Fantastic, this is exactly what I need. Thank you
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accepted How to calculate the volume of water in a certain amount of air, given the relative humidity?
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asked How to calculate the volume of water in a certain amount of air, given the relative humidity?