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Old   January 26, 2010, 03:09
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Hi All,
I have to design an enclosure in which air will be sucked from inlet & exit from outlet,Please tell me which fluid flow parameters make my design better & more efficient than existing design?
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Hi All,
I have to design an enclosure in which air will be sucked from inlet & exit from outlet,Please tell me which fluid flow parameters make my design better & more efficient than existing design?
I hope I understood you that which parameter you should research

Firstly more efficient design you search total pressure distribution in enclosure because if you search total pressure you can find where the pressure losses is(vortex cores at pressure drop region in a flash) Also you should calculate Delta P(Inlet Static Pressure-Outlet Static Pressure) If delta p is lower, effiecient is better
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