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In flow measurement, suppose we find gauge pressure difference between any two sections. Does this pressure is total pressure difference, I mean potential, kinetic and pressure head difference or only potential and pressure head difference? In other sense, does this pressure indicate static pressure only or also dynamic pressure?

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The gauge pressure difference is equal to the static pressure difference.

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  • $\begingroup$ In addition, if this gauge pressure difference occurs in a single section of pipe (not blocked in by valves or other equipment), AND both gauges are accurate, there will be fluid flowing in the pipe. $\endgroup$ – David White Jun 1 at 21:35

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