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Old   December 4, 2003, 08:02
Default Pressure drop
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Jerry Hug
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Could please advice me how to get pressure drop in FLUENT? I mean for internal tube flow, for two cases- compressible flow and for incompressible?

Is it for incompressible flow difference between mass weighted average surface integral of total pressure in input and output?

And for compressible flow difference between volume weighted average surface integral of total pressure in input and output?

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